2-Day Charlevoix & Grand Canyon & Whale Watching Tour from Montreal

  • Tour code: 932-3245
  • Available: Sat (Sep-Oct)
  • Depart from: Montreal, Canada
  • Duration: 2 Days 1 Night
From USD$132.48

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Visit Quebec City, Canyon Sainte-Anne Park, Charlevoix (Charlevoix Casino), Tadoussac (St. Lawrence River Whale Watch).

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  • A valid passport and visa (if applicable) are required.

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Single: $194.82
Double (/Person): $132.48
Third Person Adult: $24.94
Child (Age 0-12yrs): $24.94
Fourth Person Adult: $24.94
Child (Age 0-12yrs): $24.94

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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Montreal -Charlevoix - Baie Ste-Catherine - Baie Saint Paul(634 km)
  • Day 2 Canyon Sainte Anne-Maple syrup Farm(339 km)
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Day 1 Montreal -Charlevoix - Baie Ste-Catherine - Baie Saint Paul(634 km)

Leaving from Chinatown in the morning,we set off for Charlevoix.We first go to visit Charlevoix Casino and the Charlevoix Castle Hotel in Quebec. Afterwards we go to the Baie Ste-Catherine and take a full-size boat heading to the St.Lawrence River to appreciate the huge whale.In the afternoon we arrive in the charming town "Baie Saint Paul".You can enjoy your free time and have a dinner here.In the evening we live in the hotel near Mont-Saint-Anne area.

  • Always Visit
    The Charlevoix Casino in Quebec is located right on the edge of the beautiful Saint Lawrence River. Once the former playhouse of the nearby Manoir Richelieu, this lovely building was converted into a casino in the 1990s.
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    The Fairmont Le Maison Richelieu in the Charlevoix region of Quebec is am exquisitely beautiful mansion estate that has, in recent years, been converted to a decadent hotel. The estate rests on the cliffs above the Saint Lawrence River.

Tadoussac is a village in Quebec, Canada, at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Saguenay rivers. It was France's first trading post on the mainland of New France and an important trading post in the seventeenth century, so it is the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in Canada.

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    Cruise down the St. Lawrence River to spot any of the thirteen species of majestic whales which take harbor in the region.

This Quebecois city on the northern shore of the St. Lawrence River. It is highly regarded for its art galleries, shops and restaurants. It is the birthplace of Cirque de Soleil, which started in the 1980s.

Standard Hotel: Hotel in Mont-Saint-Anne area

Day 2 Canyon Sainte Anne-Maple syrup Farm(339 km)

In the morning, we will leave Quebec City and visit the Basilica of Sainte-Anne before exploring Canyon Sainte-Anne Park. In the afternoon, we will drive to the Site Tradtionel Huron to learn more about the life of Indigenous People. After lunch, we will visit a maple syrup farm. Later in the evening, we will return to Montreal.

Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. It was founded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608, and some of the architecture in Old Quebec dates back centuries. The Chateau Frontenac is the most famous landmark.

  • Always Visit
    This Catholic church sits along the St. Lawrence River to the northeast of Quebec City. Built in 1946, the basilica is believed to have curative powers for the sick. There is an underground chapel in the crypt.

Canyon Sainte-Anne Park is located 25 to 30 minutes east of Quebec City, at the edge of the Beaupre Coast and Charlevoix regions. It lies on the border between the municipalities of Saint-Ferreol-les-Neiges and Saint-Joachim.

Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. It was founded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608, and some of the architecture in Old Quebec dates back centuries. The Chateau Frontenac is the most famous landmark.

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    This living museum outside of Quebec City is the perfect way to step back in time and see what life was like for the Huron, one of the many groups of Indigenous People in Canada.
  • Always Visit
    Maple Syrup Farm tourism is popular in Quebec City during the spring when sap begins to flow and maple producers produce a bounty of maple flavored products. Take tours of a farm and enjoy sweet ciders, ice cream, pastries, candies, and more.

*Return time is an estimate and varies based on traffic and weather conditions.

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