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On arrival in Toronto, spend the day exploring the city. Stay at Hotel Le Germain Toronto for 2 nights. (N)Day 2: Niagara-on-the-Lake
Take a full-day tour to experience the natural phenomenon of Niagara Falls, wander around the old town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and sample some of the produce from the local wineries. (B)Day 3: Algonquin Park
Collect your hire car, then drive north via the granite outcrops and freshwater lakes of Muskoka district on the way to Algonquin Park. Stay 2 nights at Killarney Lodge to enjoy the serenity of the Canadian wilderness. (B, D)Day 4: Algonquin Park
Today is at leisure. We recommend exploring Algonquin park on foot or by boat to see the spectacular colours of the sugar and red maple leaves (this usually occurs between mid-September and mid-October). (B, L, D)Day 5: Montreal
Travel east and through Ottawa before arriving into Montreal. Stay at the Hotel Le St James for 2 nights. (B)Day 6: Montreal
Today is at leisure to explore the French- Canadian city of Montreal. Alternatively, pre-book a guided tour of the city, or a full-day tour to the picturesque Laurentian mountains and the quaint village of Saint Sauveur. (B)Day 7: Saint-Alexis-des-Monts
Drive north to the small historic town of Saint-Alexis-des-Monts in the Laurentian mountains, bordering the Mastigouche Wildlife Reserve. Stay 2 nights at Hotel Sacacomie, a log cabin-style property overlooking Sacacomie lake. (B, D)Day 8: Saint-Alexis-des-Monts
Day at leisure to enjoy the alpine scenery and the autumnal colours of the forest. (N)Day 9: Quebec City
Drive to Quebec City this morning, passing through Trois-Riviéres, one of Canada’s first European settlements, dating back to 1634. Stay 2 nights at the Hotel Le Germain Dominion in Quebec City. (N)Day 10: Quebec City
Today is at leisure to explore this historic city. We recommend visiting the Unesco world heritage-listed old town or pre-book a guided tour of the city. Alternatively, join a full-day shared whale-watching cruise in the mouth of the Saguenay fjord. (B)Day 11: North Hatley
Drive south through the countryside to the picturesque village of North Hatley. Stay overnight at Manoir Hovey with a last chance to see the colourful autumn foliage. Located on the shores of Lake Massawippi, Manoir Hovey is set among beautiful landscapes with rolling grasslands, sweeping vistas and tranquil lakes. (B, D)Day 12: Montreal • Onward travel
Drive to Montreal airport this morning and return your hire car before flying home or continuing your holiday. (B)Meal basis:
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.Important information Autumn departures
This itinerary can be enjoyed throughout the year, however, to see the autumn colours you will need to travel between mid-September and mid-October. As this is a natural occurrence, these dates are indications of when this usually occurs but cannot be guaranteed.Superior tour
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.Flights & transfers:
International flights are not included with this itinerary. Transfers are also not included in this itinerary as taxis are easy, reliable and affordable in Canada. For flight and transfer options and prices, please speak to your Cox & Kings travel consultant.Tailor-made travel:
For a price quote based on alternative accommodation standards, to discuss flight options or to tailor this itinerary, please call to speak with a Cox & Kings consultant or enquire online.
Manoir Hovey is a 5-star Relais & Chateaux property on the shores of Lake Massawippi just outside of North Hatley, one of Quebec's most picturesque villages. Guestrooms are individually decorated in a country style with traditional furnishings. Features: 37 rooms & suites, 2 restaurants, pub, heated lakeside swimming pool, tennis courts, gym, spa. Room amenities: Air conditioning, satellite television, espresso machine, safe, Wi-Fi.
The secluded Killarney Lodge is located on the banks of Cache Lake on the south-western side of Algonquin Park. The resort consists of one-, two- and three-bedroom private lakeside cabins, each with rustic Canadian decor and pine-clad walls. In keeping with the quiet nature of the property, there are no radios, televisions or telephones in the cabins. Features: 25 cabins, Wi-Fi, restaurant, guest lounge, private sandy beach. Room amenities: Outdoor deck area, microwave.
Located in the heart of the forest near Mastigouche Wildlife Reserve, between a lake and mountains, Hotel Sacacomie is a 4-star log cabin property. The 109 spacious rooms and suites have wood panelling and views out to the surrounding forest. Facilities include a restaurant, bar, spa and complimentary use of kayaks, canoes, snowshoes and paddleboats. Note, the Hotel Sacacomie does not have air conditioning.
The Hotel Le St James is located within a walking distance of Montreal's downtown area, on the prestigious St-Jacques Street, home of the finest restaurants and shops, and renowned for its museums and nightlife. Notre Dame Cathedral Montreal and the Old Port are also within a short walk. Originally built in 1870, the hotel is elegant, with state-of-the-art amenities yet retaining its old-world charm. The hotel's restaurant offers modern gourmet dining, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with an extensive wine list.Features: Restaurant, bar, fitness centre, spa & wellness centre, library, valet parking.<br>Room amenities: Air conditioning, cable television, CD/DVD player, minibar, safe, hairdryer, Wi-Fi.
Located in the heart of Toronto's entertainment district, Hotel Le Germain Toronto is a boutique hotel within walking distance of the CN Tower. The property offers contemporary architecture and its philosophy is to create a comfortable and inviting atmosphere where service is attentive but not intrusive. Features: 122 rooms, restaurant, bar, fitness centre, rooftop terrace, library, Wi-Fi. Room amenities: Television, safe, iron, Bose stereo, bathrobes, Molton Brown toiletries.
Built in the early 20th century in Quebec Old Port, Hotel Le Germain Quebec has a central location in the old part of the city and is within walking distance of the Musée de la Civilisation and Place Royal. The original woodwork and stones have been preserved to create a mix of classic and contemporary architecture. Guestrooms provide modern decor and Egyptian cotton sheets. Features: 60 rooms, bar/lounge, fitness centre, Wi-Fi. Room amenities: Television, minibar, air conditioning, hairdryer, ironing facilities.
Low season from £2445 per person
High season from £2995 per person
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*Itinerary: Note that for the 06 Feb 2014* departure date only the itinerary is different to the regular 2014 tour, with a visit to the countryside in Mai Chai and an extra night in Hanoi, and one less night in Hoi An.
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