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6-Day Canada East Coast Maritime Tour fom Montreal

Tour code: 632-7247
From USD $441.74
  • Available: Daily exc Tue, Thu (July); Daily (8/1 - 8/27); Wed, Sat (9/4 - 10/12)
  • Depart from: Montreal, Canada
  • Language: English; Mandarin Chinese
  • Duration: 6 Days 5 Nights

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Highlights:

Visit Canyon Sainte-Anne Park, Charlottetown, Fredericton, Halifax, Moncton, Montreal, Prince Edward Island, Quebec City, Saint John.

Special Remarks:

  • Free time to visit the old Quebec City
  • Visit the famous novel birthplace - Anne of Green Gables

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Montreal - Quebec (338 km)
  • Day 2
    Quebec City - Fredericton (362 km)
  • Day 3
    Fredericton - Halifax (435 km)
  • Day 4
    Halifax - PEI - Charlottetown (244 km)
  • Day 5
    PEI - Moncton - Saint John - Fredericton (385 km)
  • Day 6
    Fredericton - Montreal (821 km)
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Day 1 Montreal - Quebec (338 km)

In the morning, we will depart for Quebec City, which should take about 3 hours. Our first stop will be Capital Observatory. Afterwards we will have free time to visit the old Quebec City. After lunch, we will go to the Montmorency Falls. Then we will visit the Canyon Sainte-Anne. Afterwards, we will transfer back to the hotel.

Day 2 Quebec City - Fredericton (362 km)

Today we will have the Whale watching tour (seasonal) from the entrance of St Lawrence River. We will then make our way to Fredericton. En route, we will pass by Hartland Covered Bridge.

Day 3 Fredericton - Halifax (435 km)

Today we will continue our journey to Nova Scotia and visit Halifax, Enjoy seaside scenery on the Halifax cruise, while savoring delicious fresh lobster. Afterward, we will visit Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, and Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, Later in the afternoon, we will make a stop to Peggy's Cove.

Day 4 Halifax - PEI - Charlottetown (244 km)

We will process to the smallest province of Canada - Price Edward Island. Arrive Charlottetown, the provincial capital and visit the famous novel birthplace - Anne of Green Gables. Guests can taste Lobster Dinner for optional. Then we will have a camp fire (according to weather conditions we may replace with a BBQ).

Day 5 PEI - Moncton - Saint John - Fredericton (385 km)

We will travel on the longest bridge in Canada (13km) from Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick, visit all the attractions like Big Lobster, Fundy Bay and Magnetic Hill. Then we will proceed to Fredericton.

Day 6 Fredericton - Montreal (821 km)

We will proceed to Montreal in the morning. En route, we will pass by Hartland Covered Bridge again. Make a stop at the Covered Bridge Potato Chip Compan nearby before we continue our journey to Montreal. Upon arrival in Montreal, we will visit the Montreal Tower. The tour ends at downtown Montreal.

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I recommend this tour!

Posted by: JAN on 2019-08-25

Overall the tour was thoroughly enjoyable but.... 1/ our pick-up address in Montreal (there was no clear no. 68)Boulevard Rene Levesque, Montreal was very confusing as the road changed numbering systems at the junction by the hotel. One direction stopped before 68 the other went from 50 to 88! 2/ there was confusion over payment for meals. We had paid but the our conformation correspondence was ambiguous - "Optional meal plan...Surcharge" This should have said Optional meal plan "Paid". Our guide insisted very nicely that we had NOT paid after contacting the organisers. We had. This caused us distress and ruined part of the trip. We contacted our son in Scotland to copy our bank statements to prove we HAD paid. The problem was with the organising company insisting we paid in in Canadian dollars but we had paid in American dollars. On checking and after much discussion our guide agreed we had paid for our meals already and he was very apologetic.Confusion was not his fault at all really. 3/We were the only non-Asians on the bus. This is no more than an observation, as we were made very welcome and made good friends on the trip.

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