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Combine the spectacular autumn
foliage of eastern Canada with visits to
charming towns and cities. Canada is
famed for the vivid colours of its trees
in the autumn, which change from fiery
red to ochre, yellow and maroon. Drive
through peaceful countryside, enjoying
the scenery en route, and explore the
picturesque towns of Montreal and
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On arrival in Toronto, spend the day exploring
the city. Stay at Hotel Le Germain Toronto for
2 nights. (N)
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
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)
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)
Travel east and through Ottawa before arriving
into Montreal. Stay at the Hotel Le St James for
2 nights. (B)
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
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 at leisure to enjoy the alpine scenery and
the autumnal colours of the forest. (N)
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)
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)
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)
Drive to Montreal airport this morning and
return your hire car before flying home or
continuing your holiday. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
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.
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.
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.
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
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YAF2020: 11 Nights