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Eastern Canada Highlights

Private Travel | General interest 15 Days & 14 Nights Lead-in price: £2395 Current prices from: £2395
Experience the best of eastern Canada with privately guided tours in each city and staying in some of the finest accommodation available. Highlights include admission to the CN Tower in Toronto, the main attractions at Niagara Falls including a cruise to the base of the falls, and explorations of the picturesque European-influenced cities of Montreal and Quebec City.

The Cox & Kings signature experiences

  • Entrance to the CN Tower
  • Niagara Falls Adventure Pass, avoiding long queues
  • Discover the French-Canadian cities of Montreal & Quebec
  • Enjoy unobstructed views of Niagara Falls from your hotel room
  • Stay at a waterside retreat in the Laurentian mountains
  • Stay in 4- & 5-star accommodation
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Superior Private Tour in brief

Day 1: Toronto

On arrival in Toronto, collect your hire car and proceed to the Hilton Toronto for 2 nights. (N)

Day 2: Toronto

Day at leisure to explore the city. Visit the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the western hemisphere. (N)

Day 3: Toronto • Niagara Falls

Travel along the shores of Lake Ontario until you reach Niagara-on-the-Lake, the bestpreserved 19th-century town in North America and the first capital of Upper Canada. Continue to Niagara Falls and enjoy the use of a Niagara Falls Adventure Pass, which includes many of the most popular attractions and avoids long queues. Stay at the Hilton Fallsview Hotel for 1 night. (N)

Day 4: Niagara Falls • Algonquin Park

Drive north past Toronto to Algonquin Park. En route, take a detour via the Muskoka lake region for a picturesque drive. Arrive in Algonquin Park and stay at the Killarney Lodge for 2 nights. (D)

Day 5: Algonquin Park

Spend the day hiking, observing wildlife and canoeing. We also recommend visiting the Algonquin Logging Museum and the visitor centre. (B, L, D)

Day 6: Algonquin Park • Ottawa

This morning, enjoy the park before departing for Ottawa, the nation’s capital. Stay at the Fairmont Château Laurier for 2 nights. (B)

Day 7: Ottawa

Spend the day exploring the city. Many of the city’s attractions are within sight of Parliament Hill. Spend time at the Locks of Rideau Canal, a short distance from downtown and visit the Canadian Museum of History. (N)

Day 8: Ottawa • Mont Tremblant

Head north east this morning to the jewel of the Laurentians, Mont Tremblant – a Europeanstyle all-season resort village. En route, visit Omega Park in Montebello, where you will see endemic wildlife. Activities at Mont Tremblant include hiking, biking, kayaking or a helicopter tour. Stay at the Fairmont Tremblant for 1 night. (N)

Day 9: Mont Tremblant • Quebec City

Travel from Mont Tremblant to Quebec City, enjoying the beautiful scenery. Stop for lunch at the historic city of Trois Rivieres before driving along the picturesque Chemin du Roy to Quebec City. Stay at the Hotel Manoir Victoria for 2 nights. (N)

Day 10: Quebec City

Take an included guided tour of the city on foot, following the cobblestone streets to the fortified city wall, the only one of its kind in North America. Take a stroll around the artisan shops, cafes, landscaped parks and monuments. (N)

Day 11: Quebec City • Montreal

Follow the St Lawrence river, passing rural landscapes of forests and rich pastures dotted with tiny villages that extend to Montreal. En route, stop in Drummondville to visit the Village Québécois d’Antan, a reconstruction of a French colonial village. Stay at Le Saint- Sulpice for 2 nights. (N)

Day 12: Montreal

Day at leisure to explore the city at your own pace. Highlights include the Notre Dame Basilica in Old Montreal, the French Quarter, the Olympic Park, McGill University and a panoramic view from a viewpoint on top of Mont Royal. Montreal offers a fascinating mix of both French and English cultures, with some of the finest shopping and dining in North America. (N)

Day 13: Montreal • Kingston

Travel south to Kingston, stopping en route at Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg, a reconstructed 1860’s village. Before reaching Kingston, stop at Gananoque to join a 1-hour cruise around the 1,000 Islands. On arrival in Kingston, the former capital of Canada, visit the Kingston Mills Lockstation to see the four locks, the point where Lake Ontario flows into the St Lawrence river. Stay at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Kingston Waterfront for 1 night. (N)

Day 14: Kingston • Toronto

Today, visit Fort Henry National Historic Site, a living museum of military life, before stopping in Peterborough, home to the world’s highest lift locks. Continue to Toronto and stay at the Hilton Toronto for 1 night. (B)

Day 15: Onward travel

Return your car at Toronto airport and fly home, or continue your holiday in Canada. (N)

Meal basis

As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.

Important information Superior tour

This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.

Flights

International flights are not included with this itinerary. For flight 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.

Superior private tour accommodation

  • Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal
    Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal

    A 5-star all-suite boutique hotel,Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal is ideally located adjacent to the Notre-Dame Basilica in Old Montreal. Each of the 108 spacious suites has French windows opening to the cobblestone street or inner garden courtyard, modern decor and amenities. Facilities at the property include a Scandinavian spa, fitness centre, complimentary wireless internet, a restaurant and a lobby bar.

  • Killarney Lodge
    Killarney Lodge

    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, restaurant, guest lounge, private sandy beach, Wi-Fi. Room amenities: Outdoor deck area, microwave. Please not that the restaurant is not licensed, however, guests can bring their own wine or spirits.

  • Hilton Toronto
    Hilton Toronto

    The Hilton Toronto is situated in downtown Toronto within a 5-minute walk of Osgoode Station and less than a 10-minute walk from City Hall and the vibrant Nathan Phillips Square. As well as having a great location, the hotel offers large, stylish rooms decorated in subtle tones. There are several options for dining including in-room dining, a seasonal rooftop terrace bar that serves light dishes and cocktails, a steak house specialising in custom-aged Midwestern beef and a fine dining restaurant serving award-winning Canadian cuisine. Features: 600 rooms & suites, 2 restaurants, lounge bar, indoor & outdoor swimming pool, seasonal pool bar, cafe, gym, sauna. Room amenities: Air conditioning, satellite television, tea & coffee facilities, safe, hairdryer, iron.

  • Hilton Niagara Falls/Fallsview Hotel & Suites
    Hilton Niagara Falls/Fallsview Hotel & Suites

    The Hilton Niagara Falls / Fallsview Hotel and Suites features three towers which overlook Niagara Falls. The cream-coloured rooms and suites each offer floor-to-ceiling windows and antique-style furnishings with views of the falls or the city. One of the six dining options is a Brazilian steak restaurant and another a rooftop fine dining restaurant.

  • Fairmont Chateau Laurier
    Fairmont Chateau Laurier

    Built in 1912 to resemble a French chateau, the landmark Fairmont Chateau Laurier is located only steps away from the Parliament Buildings and a short walk from the National Art Gallery and the Museum of Civilization. The hotel offers a range of accommodation options, from comfortable Fairmont rooms to opulent suites, all with traditional luxurious decor and modern amenities. Features: 429 rooms, restaurant, bar, gym, indoor pool. Room amenities: Bathrobes, desk, air conditioning, hairdryer, kettle, television.

  • Delta Hotels Kingston Waterfront
    Delta Hotels Kingston Waterfront

    The Delta Hotels by Marriott Kingston Waterfront is conveniently located in the centre of Kingston with the City Hall, St George's Cathedral and the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes nearby. All rooms have panoramic harbour or lake views, Egyptian cotton sheets and complimentary wireless internet. The hotel's award-winning restaurant serves innovative Canadian cuisine.

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Dates & prices

YEC2021

 

Flexible Prices & Itineraries
For a quote based on alternative accommodation standards or flight options, or to tailor this itinerary, please call 020 7873 5000 or send an email enquiry

Additional Information

Please call 020 7873 5000 for more information or to make a booking.

Prices above are per person in pounds sterling (£), based on two people sharing a twin-room. The prices which were valid at the time of publication, may be subject to change, particularly as a result of variable flight costs. You will be informed of any such changes prior to booking.

 
  • • 4- & 5-star accommodation
    • 15 days' car hire based on an Intermediate Automatic (Volkswagen Golf or similar, including GPS)
    • Admission to the Canadian Museum of History
    • A cruise around the 1,000 Islands

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