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Tour Overview

Montreal, Quebec City & Canadian Maritimes

Discover the best of Eastern Canada while exploring Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia, including a delightful overnight rail journey. Enjoy a guided tour of Montreal before heading to Quebec City, stopping for a delicious all-you-can-eat dinner at an authentic sugar shack along the way. Here, the UNESCO World Heritage Site transports us to Europe with rich French culture and cobblestone streets. We board VIA Rail’s The Ocean and travel overnight in first-class Sleeper Plus cars to Prince Edward Island, where we visit Green Gables Heritage Place and attend a performance at the Confederation Center of the Arts. Take in spectacular vistas along The Cabot Trail, one of North America’s most scenic drives, then tour Halifax, and learn more about the Indigenous people of the Canadian Maritimes. Our journey concludes in Peggy’s Cove with a visit to its iconic lighthouse, nestled along the Atlantic Coast, and a lobster Farewell Dinner to celebrate our adventures.

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The Holiday Advantage
Airfare Included
Airfare Included
Low Deposit, Guaranteed Prices, & No Hidden Costs
Low Deposit, Guaranteed Prices, & No Hidden Costs
Exceptional Accommodations
Exceptional Accommodations
Most Meals Included
Most Meals Included
Premier Attractions
Premier Attractions
Professional Tour Directors
Professional Tour Directors
Call 1-888-867-2190 to Book
Tour Highlights

Additional Tour Information

Your Holiday Vacations Experience Includes:

Accommodations

All Accommodations Featuring

  • 1 night in Montreal
  • 2 nights in Quebec City
  • 1 night aboard VIA Rail's The Ocean
  • 2 nights in Charlottetown
  • 2 nights in Baddeck
  • 2 nights in Halifax
Attractions & Highlights

Attractions & Highlights

  • Montreal guided city tour feat. Notre-Dame Basilica
  • Quebec City guided tour
  • Montmorency Falls
  • Albert Gilles Copper Art Studio & Museum feat. copper workshop
  • Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Shrine
  • Green Gables Heritage Place
  • Prince Edward Island National Park
  • Ferry from Prince Edward Island to Nova Scotia
  • Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
  • The Cabot Trail
  • Les Trois Pignons Cultural Centre, Museum & Gallery
  • Cape Breton Highlands National Park
  • The Gaelic College
  • Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre
  • Halifax guided city tour
  • Peggy's Cove
Meals

13 Excellent Meals Featuring

  • Welcome Dinner at Erabliere le Chemin du Roy sugar shack with live music
  • Lunch at Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
  • Lunch at Manoir Montmorency
  • Lobster Farewell Dinner at Sou’Wester in Peggy's Cove
Tour Date & Pricing

Tour Dates & Pricing

Occupancy

Price Per Person

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Double

$6299

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Single

$7499

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Final Payment Date: 05/25/2025

Day Itinerary

Day Itinerary

Day 1 : Fly to Canada

We take a relaxing flight to Montreal, then check in to our accommodations for the evening.

Day 2 : Montreal

Our Canadian getaway kicks off by boarding our motorcoach for a Montreal city tour in the company of a professional local guide. We conclude our sightseeing in the historic district with a visit to the mother church, impressive Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal, widely recognized for its Gothic Revival architecture and vibrantly colored interior. Afterwards, enjoy lunch and free time in Old Montreal. We then travel to Quebec City, our home for the next two nights. En route, we stop at Erabliere le Chemin du Roy, an authentic sugar shack from the 1920s. Learn about maple syrup production before savoring an all-you-can-eat Welcome Dinner, featuring live music and a sweet maple treat dessert.

Dinner

Day 3 : Quebec City

This morning, a local guide boards our motorcoach to provide a fascinating tour of this lively city, including a stroll through the UNESCO World Heritage site of Old Quebec. Here, it feels like we are transported to Europe complete with fortified walls, cobblestone paths, and French culture. Lunch is served at the prominent Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac with views of the St. Lawrence River. The rest of the day is yours to explore individual interests.

Lunch

Day 4 : Montmorency Falls

After a leisurely morning, we depart our hotel to visit the towering Montmorency Falls. At 272 feet, they are almost 100 feet taller than Niagara Falls! An aerial tram brings us on a scenic journey to the top, where we have the option to find our adventurous side and cross a suspension bridge over the falls before enjoying a delicious lunch at historic Manoir Montmorency. Afterwards, we are off to the Albert Gilles Copper Art Studio and Museum for a tour of the family-owned art studio. Learn about the history of this craft, marvel at intricate exhibits, watch a demonstration, and get creative while making your own copper artwork to take home. Next, we visit the Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Shrine. Known as a healing miracle, it’s one of Canada’s national shrines and a popular pilgrimage site dedicated to the grandmother of Jesus. Later, we board VIA Rail’s The Ocean passenger train and head east while taking in spectacular sights that can only be witnessed by rail travel. Enjoy premier service and private accommodations as first-class passengers in Sleeper Plus cars.

Lunch

Day 5 : The Maritimes

Enjoy freshly made meals in the dining car and unrivaled vistas of New Brunswick’s beautiful landscapes this morning. Later, we disembark in Moncton, then travel by motorcoach to Prince Edward Island. We cross the expansive Confederation Bridge on our way to Charlottetown, where our comfortable accommodations for the next two evenings await.

Breakfast, Lunch

Day 6 : Prince Edward Island

Our exploration of scenic Prince Edward Island begins with a visit to Green Gables Heritage Place, the 19th-century farm that was the setting to Anne of Green Gables. We then enjoy stunning views of red sandstone cliffs, large sand dunes, and picturesque beaches at Prince Edward Island National Park before our lunch at a delightful riverside eatery. Back in Charlottetown, take time at leisure to stroll Victoria Row or relax. Tonight, we gather for a spectacular performance at the Confederation Center of the Arts.

Lunch

Day 7 : Cape Breton Island

We say goodbye to Prince Edward Island this morning and take a ferry ride to Nova Scotia, then travel over the Canso Causeway to Cape Breton Island. After lunch, we dive into the life of Baddeck's most famous resident at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site. Browse exhibits showcasing Bell’s many accomplishments and inventions, including the telephone, as well as a remarkable collection of artifacts. Later, we check in to our Baddeck accommodations and enjoy a group dinner.

Lunch, Dinner

Day 8 : The Cabot Trail

Today, we travel along one of North America’s most scenic roadways, The Cabot Trail. Along the way, we pass through Cape Breton Highlands National Park, where unspoiled natural beauty sets the stage for dramatic landscapes and incredible coastal vistas. We stop at Les Trois Pignons Cultural Centre, Museum, and Gallery to learn about the area's Acadian history and view their time-honored tradition of rug hooking. Later, we visit The Gaelic College to experience the island’s Scottish Gaelic history, including cultural demonstrations and interactive exhibits in the Great Hall of Clans Museum. Upon returning to Baddeck, we indulge in a delicious dinner at our lodge.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 9 : Halifax

Enjoy an included breakfast before we depart Cape Breton Island and return to mainland Nova Scotia. On our way to Halifax, we tour the Millbrook Cultural and Heritage Center to learn about the First Nations people, indigenous to Canada’s Maritime provinces. Upon arriving in Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, we check in to our hotel and have an evening at leisure.

Breakfast

Day 10 : Peggy’s Cove

Our morning begins with a fascinating motorcoach tour of Halifax accompanied by a local guide. We see the Waterfront and Historic Districts, Victorian-era gardens, the explosion site of 1917, and Citadel Hill, a former military fortification with a distinctive star shape. After leisure time along Halifax's waterfront, we visit Acadian Maple Products to sample delicious foods created with Nova Scotia’s treasured maple syrup. Our journey then continues to Peggy’s Cove, a quaint fishing community famous for its iconic lighthouse and views of the Atlantic Coast. Tonight, we celebrate our adventures with a delicious lobster Farewell Dinner at nearby Sou’Wester restaurant.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 11 : Fly Home

We head to the airport this morning, returning home with fond memories of our time in Eastern Canada.

Tour Map

Tour Map

Tour Map for Montreal, Quebec City & Canadian Maritimes
Departure Cities

Departure Cities

WCMH TV Pickup Locations:

Columbus, OH - John Glenn Columbus International Airport

Montreal, Quebec City & Canadian Maritimes

Discover the best of Eastern Canada while exploring Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia, including a delightful overnight rail journey. Enjoy a guided tour of Montreal before heading to Quebec City, stopping for a delicious all-you-can-eat dinner at an authentic sugar shack along the way. Here, the UNESCO World Heritage Site transports us to Europe with rich French culture and cobblestone streets. We board VIA Rail’s The Ocean and travel overnight in first-class Sleeper Plus cars to Prince Edward Island, where we visit Green Gables Heritage Place and attend a performance at the Confederation Center of the Arts. Take in spectacular vistas along The Cabot Trail, one of North America’s most scenic drives, then tour Halifax, and learn more about the Indigenous people of the Canadian Maritimes. Our journey concludes in Peggy’s Cove with a visit to its iconic lighthouse, nestled along the Atlantic Coast, and a lobster Farewell Dinner to celebrate our adventures.

The Holiday Advantage
Airfare Included
Airfare Included
Low Deposit, Guaranteed Prices, & No Hidden Costs
Low Deposit, Guaranteed Prices, & No Hidden Costs
Exceptional Accommodations
Exceptional Accommodations
Most Meals Included
Most Meals Included
Premier Attractions
Premier Attractions
Professional Tour Directors
Professional Tour Directors
Call 1-888-867-2190 to Book

Additional Tour Information

Your Holiday Vacations Experience Includes:

Accommodations

All Accommodations Featuring

  • 1 night in Montreal
  • 2 nights in Quebec City
  • 1 night aboard VIA Rail's The Ocean
  • 2 nights in Charlottetown
  • 2 nights in Baddeck
  • 2 nights in Halifax
Attractions & Highlights

Attractions & Highlights

  • Montreal guided city tour feat. Notre-Dame Basilica
  • Quebec City guided tour
  • Montmorency Falls
  • Albert Gilles Copper Art Studio & Museum feat. copper workshop
  • Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Shrine
  • Green Gables Heritage Place
  • Prince Edward Island National Park
  • Ferry from Prince Edward Island to Nova Scotia
  • Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
  • The Cabot Trail
  • Les Trois Pignons Cultural Centre, Museum & Gallery
  • Cape Breton Highlands National Park
  • The Gaelic College
  • Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre
  • Halifax guided city tour
  • Peggy's Cove
Meals

13 Excellent Meals Featuring

  • Welcome Dinner at Erabliere le Chemin du Roy sugar shack with live music
  • Lunch at Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
  • Lunch at Manoir Montmorency
  • Lobster Farewell Dinner at Sou’Wester in Peggy's Cove

Tour Dates & Pricing

Occupancy

Price Per Person

Book Now

Double

$6299

Single

$7499

Final Payment Date: 05/25/2025

Day Itinerary

Day 1 : Fly to Canada

We take a relaxing flight to Montreal, then check in to our accommodations for the evening.

Day 2 : Montreal

Our Canadian getaway kicks off by boarding our motorcoach for a Montreal city tour in the company of a professional local guide. We conclude our sightseeing in the historic district with a visit to the mother church, impressive Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal, widely recognized for its Gothic Revival architecture and vibrantly colored interior. Afterwards, enjoy lunch and free time in Old Montreal. We then travel to Quebec City, our home for the next two nights. En route, we stop at Erabliere le Chemin du Roy, an authentic sugar shack from the 1920s. Learn about maple syrup production before savoring an all-you-can-eat Welcome Dinner, featuring live music and a sweet maple treat dessert.

Dinner

Day 3 : Quebec City

This morning, a local guide boards our motorcoach to provide a fascinating tour of this lively city, including a stroll through the UNESCO World Heritage site of Old Quebec. Here, it feels like we are transported to Europe complete with fortified walls, cobblestone paths, and French culture. Lunch is served at the prominent Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac with views of the St. Lawrence River. The rest of the day is yours to explore individual interests.

Lunch

Day 4 : Montmorency Falls

After a leisurely morning, we depart our hotel to visit the towering Montmorency Falls. At 272 feet, they are almost 100 feet taller than Niagara Falls! An aerial tram brings us on a scenic journey to the top, where we have the option to find our adventurous side and cross a suspension bridge over the falls before enjoying a delicious lunch at historic Manoir Montmorency. Afterwards, we are off to the Albert Gilles Copper Art Studio and Museum for a tour of the family-owned art studio. Learn about the history of this craft, marvel at intricate exhibits, watch a demonstration, and get creative while making your own copper artwork to take home. Next, we visit the Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Shrine. Known as a healing miracle, it’s one of Canada’s national shrines and a popular pilgrimage site dedicated to the grandmother of Jesus. Later, we board VIA Rail’s The Ocean passenger train and head east while taking in spectacular sights that can only be witnessed by rail travel. Enjoy premier service and private accommodations as first-class passengers in Sleeper Plus cars.

Lunch

Day 5 : The Maritimes

Enjoy freshly made meals in the dining car and unrivaled vistas of New Brunswick’s beautiful landscapes this morning. Later, we disembark in Moncton, then travel by motorcoach to Prince Edward Island. We cross the expansive Confederation Bridge on our way to Charlottetown, where our comfortable accommodations for the next two evenings await.

Breakfast, Lunch

Day 6 : Prince Edward Island

Our exploration of scenic Prince Edward Island begins with a visit to Green Gables Heritage Place, the 19th-century farm that was the setting to Anne of Green Gables. We then enjoy stunning views of red sandstone cliffs, large sand dunes, and picturesque beaches at Prince Edward Island National Park before our lunch at a delightful riverside eatery. Back in Charlottetown, take time at leisure to stroll Victoria Row or relax. Tonight, we gather for a spectacular performance at the Confederation Center of the Arts.

Lunch

Day 7 : Cape Breton Island

We say goodbye to Prince Edward Island this morning and take a ferry ride to Nova Scotia, then travel over the Canso Causeway to Cape Breton Island. After lunch, we dive into the life of Baddeck's most famous resident at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site. Browse exhibits showcasing Bell’s many accomplishments and inventions, including the telephone, as well as a remarkable collection of artifacts. Later, we check in to our Baddeck accommodations and enjoy a group dinner.

Lunch, Dinner

Day 8 : The Cabot Trail

Today, we travel along one of North America’s most scenic roadways, The Cabot Trail. Along the way, we pass through Cape Breton Highlands National Park, where unspoiled natural beauty sets the stage for dramatic landscapes and incredible coastal vistas. We stop at Les Trois Pignons Cultural Centre, Museum, and Gallery to learn about the area's Acadian history and view their time-honored tradition of rug hooking. Later, we visit The Gaelic College to experience the island’s Scottish Gaelic history, including cultural demonstrations and interactive exhibits in the Great Hall of Clans Museum. Upon returning to Baddeck, we indulge in a delicious dinner at our lodge.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 9 : Halifax

Enjoy an included breakfast before we depart Cape Breton Island and return to mainland Nova Scotia. On our way to Halifax, we tour the Millbrook Cultural and Heritage Center to learn about the First Nations people, indigenous to Canada’s Maritime provinces. Upon arriving in Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, we check in to our hotel and have an evening at leisure.

Breakfast

Day 10 : Peggy’s Cove

Our morning begins with a fascinating motorcoach tour of Halifax accompanied by a local guide. We see the Waterfront and Historic Districts, Victorian-era gardens, the explosion site of 1917, and Citadel Hill, a former military fortification with a distinctive star shape. After leisure time along Halifax's waterfront, we visit Acadian Maple Products to sample delicious foods created with Nova Scotia’s treasured maple syrup. Our journey then continues to Peggy’s Cove, a quaint fishing community famous for its iconic lighthouse and views of the Atlantic Coast. Tonight, we celebrate our adventures with a delicious lobster Farewell Dinner at nearby Sou’Wester restaurant.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 11 : Fly Home

We head to the airport this morning, returning home with fond memories of our time in Eastern Canada.

Tour Map

Tour Map for Montreal, Quebec City & Canadian Maritimes

Departure Cities

WCMH TV Pickup Locations:

Columbus, OH - John Glenn Columbus International Airport