Canada East 3 Days Tour - Summer


Departure 2021: ( Summer Itinerary ) August Every: Wed / Sat
( Summer Itinerary ) September Every: Sat (Additional : Sep 03- Friday)
( Summer Itinerary ) October Every: Sat (Additional : Oct 08- Friday )
( Summer Itinerary ) NO 1000 Island Cruise November Every: Sat
(Winter Itinerary) December 01 - 15 Every: Sat / December 16 - 31 Every: Mon /Wed/ Fri /Sat
(Winter Itinerary) January & February Every: Sat
  • -Explore 3-major cities of Eastern Canada: Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec Old Town;
  • -Stay in Montreal one night and Quebec City one night;
  • -Upgrade to [5 start - Quebec Fairmont Hotel] (L group);
  • -Exclusive taking the Ottawa [Capital] cruise (Fee applies)
  • -Enjoy the Historic romantic & French style of Old Quebec City;
  • -Exclusive arrangement to enjoy the Famous French Dinner (Fee applies);
  • -Taking Boat Cruise (Fee applies)/ Exclusive 1000-Island helicopter (Fee applies) sightseeing tour - go around "1000-Island".
Day 1 Toronto– Kingston 250km (2.5hrs)– Ottawa 194km (2.5hrs) -Montreal 200km
【Kingston】: Leave in the morning to Kingston which was historically established in British Colonial period of time as a fort back in 1673. Visitor will see the first locomotive that travelling from the east to west coast when the confederation government first set up in 1867 and the city hall of the Kingston Region. Pass by: the Royal Military College, the Queen’s University and the residence of the first Prime Minister (Sir J.A.McDonald) resident of the Canadian Federal Government. (If no road construction/block).
【Ottawa】: - Parliament Hill : Visitor will have time to take pictures of the Parliament Hill (Exterior), Ottawa River, Rideau Canal.
- Canadian Museum of Civilization: Canadian Museum of Civilization (Fee applies), which will show the visitors how Canada develop from the past to present.
- exclusive arrangement -- Ottawa River Cruise: Take the Ottawa River Cruise (Fee applies), which offers a spectacular view of the city and allows you to see the river as it was used long ago as an important transportation means in old time. .
- Sussex Drive: drive along the Sussex Drive which is the location of a number of Embassies, the Canadian Prime Minister's resident and Rideau Hall which is the resident of the Governor of Canada.
Visitors will arrive Montreal in the night time.
Breakfast: on own
Lunch: fast food (Fee applies)
Dinner: 1 hrs (Fee applies)
Day 2 Montreal – Quebec City 255km (2.5hrs)
- Saint Joseph's Oratory: located in Mount Royal (CAD$5/person donation is required by the church)
- Notre Dame Basilica: (CAD $8 /person) restrict from visiting inside if have special events and weekend mass.
- Olympic Games Park: visitors will see the 1976 Olympic Games Park and the Guinnes record holder -- Montreal tower (Exterior).
- Grévin Wax Museum Montreal: (Fee Applied) shows over 120 celebrities of Canada and all over the world.
[Special meal -- Traditional Maple Sugar House]: (Fee applied) Taste traditional maple sugar shack lunch with the Quebec Traditional Music. Visitors can also appreciate the maple sugar collection and producing process.
【Quebec City】
- Quebec City: the oldest wall city in North America and a place rich in French culture and history
- Quebec tower (Fee applies) to have a bird view of the Quebec City skyline
- French dinner: have a nice, delicious French dinner (Fee applies) in the romantic city
- Quebec Ice Hotel: (Fee Applied) The only ice hotel in North America. Made entirely of snow and ice, this architectural marvel is a wonder to behold.
- Mary Tower Observation deck: board the 31st Floor of the City's tallest Mary Tower Observation deck (Fee Applied) to watch the city of Quebec.
- Quebec City: the oldest wall city in North America and a place rich in French culture and history
- French dinner: have a nice, delicious French dinner (Fee applies) in the romantic city
Breakfast: on own
Lunch time: 1 hrs (Fee applies)
Dinner time: 1.5 hrs (Fee applies) - French dinner
Day 3 Quebec City – 1000 Island 510km (4.5hrs) - Toronto 285km (2.5hrs)
- -Thousand Islands: have the chance to take an optional 1000 Island cruise (Fee Applied) to see the historic Bold Castle on Heart Island. Or take the optional tour of Thousand Islands Helicopter Ride (Fee Applied).
Afterwards, we'll return to Toronto ending our fantastic Canada East 3-Day Tour.
- Dog Sledding (Price varies depending on location.)
- Thousand Islands: and take the optional tour of Thousand Islands Helicopter Ride (admission not included).
Afterwards, we'll return to Toronto ending our fantastic Canada East 3-Day Tour.
Breakfast: on own
Lunch time: 1 hrs. (Fee applies)
Dinner time: on own


Roundtrip motor coach transportation


Tour fare does not include meals, admission fee or attractions and gratuities to driver and tour guide

Fee Applied. Choosing at least four attractions from below during the tour are mandatory,or a CAD$50/per person surcharge will apply.


Every Wed / Sat
TOUR FARE P.P. Quad Room Triple Room Double Room Single Room Accommodation in
Montreal (or similar)
Accommodation in
Quebec (or similar)
B TOUR $235 $258 $291 $492 3★Within City 3★Within City
A TOUR $258 $325 $360 $593 3★Within City 4★Within City OR Beside old Quebec City
L# TOUR $383 $428 $507 $876 3★Within City 5★Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
千島湖遊船1小時(加拿大境) 4-10月/1000 Islands Cruise -1hour (Around April ~ Oct)
千島湖 直升機 (20 分鐘)/1000 Islands Helicopter - 20min (Around Jan - March & Nov – Dec)
千島湖 直升機 (10 分鐘)/1000 Islands Helicopter - 10min (Around Jan - March & Nov – Dec)

$23 (3-12)

free (0-2)
free (0-2)
加拿大歷史博物館 /Canadian Museum of History $23 $15 (3-12)
【首都號】遊船1小時 (5-10月)/Ottawa Boat Cruise(Around May ~ Oct) $36 $22 (0-11)
Grevin 蠟像館 / Grévin Wax Museum Montreal $25 $17 (6-12)
魁北克塔(31樓瞭望台) / Quebec Tower (31 Observation Deck) $15 $ 5 (6-12)

在渥太華遊船關閉時安排/- only Visit during Ottawa Boat Cruise Close)
$19 $12 (3-12)
(Price varies depending on location) 
$35-$65 $35-$65 (3-10)
冰酒店 (约於1月4至3月25 期間) / ICE HOTEL (Day Visit) (Around Jan 04- March25) $27 $22 (3-12)
Or Call 905-948-8838
Front Seat
  • Seated first 4 rows on the bus during Tour
  • Surcharge $48 (Tax Included)
  • Triple Room and Quad Room are to be shared with two double beds.
  • Tour fare does not include meals, admission fee of attraction and gratuities to driver and tour guide.
  • Recommend Gratuity Minimum CA$16 per passenger per day
  • Special notice:
  • 1) Tourists need to provide proof that they have been vaccinated (2 doses)
  • 2) Tourists will get a temperature check prior to boarding every day, if any tourist fined suspicious symptoms, such as fever, cough, etc... We're sorry to deny your boarding.
  • 3) Must wear mask in the bus
  • 4) Every time get on and off from the bus, please use the hand sanitizer that provided on the bus
  • To give our customers peace of mind
  • A) To ensure a safe distance between tourists, a certain vacancy rate will be guaranteed
  • B) Hand sanitizer is provided on the bus, which is convenient for tourists to use
  • C) At the end of the daily trip, disinfect and clean the vehicle
  • D) Our Tour guide provides proof that the 2 doses of vaccine have been completed
  • E) Our Tour guide wears mask throughout
  • In extraordinary times, to protect the health and safety of the VIP guests, if the tourist’s temperature check exceeds 38 degrees Celsius or continues to have symptoms such as coughing during the tour, our tour guide will ask the guest to leave the tour and seek medical treatment or self-isolation as soon as possible for observation. If you are refused to join the tour or complete the itinerary due to the above symptoms, reschedule or rename will be provided indefinitely to participate in the group, and the fee for reschedule or renamed will be exempted.
  • * Due to the current special period, the price and open hours of the attraction may be adjusted or updated at any time. Please refer to the marked price at the time of actual visit. If the attraction is not open, we reserve the right to temporarily cancel the attraction or arrange the others.
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