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Day 1 Toronto: Arrival,
After safe landing at the Toronto International Airport, you will be escorted to the hotel of Niagara Falls after a meet and greet. Upon reaching the hotel, our representative will support you with the check-in process. You will then take rest for the noon in your rooms. Later in the evening, we will visit Niagara Falls and you will be enchanted by the views and the colorful rainbows at the falls. After that, you can go and see other places in Toronto on your own. But don’t miss the magical sight of Niagara Falls at night. Later, we will get back to the hotel and stay overnight.
Day 2 Toronto: Niagara-on-the-Lake Sightseeing Tour
On the 2nd day, after breakfast, we will proceed to step aboard on to a Niagara Airbus coach for Niagara-on-the-Lake Sightseeing Tour. On this completely described journey by the guide, you will witness the Floral Clock and road trip through the picturesque Niagara Parkway to Niagara-on-the-Lake. After this, see an engraved cave located behind the mighty Niagara Falls. Get back to the hotel after the tour and relax by the hotel for the night.
Day 3 Toronto: Arrival and Leisure Day
On the 3rd day, after a scrumptious breakfast, we will check out from the hotel of Niagara and will proceed to drive back to Toronto main city. After arrival, we will be checking in to the hotel and take rest. The day will be at pace if you want to rove about the city. Especially some tourists go for a night out and enjoy. When you feel tired, you can come back to the hotel and take a nice good sleep.
Day 4 Toronto: Sightseeing City Tour
After breakfast, we will proceed to explore behind Toronto’s famed skyline on a thorough city tour. We will comprehensively practice the wonders and echoes of this pluralistic city including Eaton Center, City Halls, Casa Loma, Yorkville, and the University of Toronto. We will then travel across the Rogers Centre, the CN Tower, and drive along the Harborfront for a complete featured sight of the city. Later afternoon, you will be allowed to have some free quality time to discover elective activities like Ripley’s Aquarium and much more. Get back to the hotel and sleep overnight.
Day 5 Montreal: Arrival and Leisure Day
After a delighted breakfast, we will proceed to check-out from the hotel and continue to Toronto Union Station to board VIA Rail to Montreal. On safe arrival, we will progress to the hotel and rest for the day. Your day will be at leisure to travel to Montreal’s vivacious and energetic culture. You can stay out till night and live your heart out. Don’t leave a regret for things you wanted to do. Make memories and take them back with you. Then come back to the hotel and stay overnight in a Montreal hotel.
Day 6 Montreal: Sightseeing
After breakfast, we will proceed on a sightseeing tour of Montreal city. This tour includes attractions like Notre Dame, suburban and monetary districts, Old Montreal, Olympic Complex from outside, St. Joseph Oratory, a view of the McGill University campus, and an access to the top of Mont Royal. In the afternoon, you will be free to reconnoiter optional activities like Biodome and a lot more. Then we will take you back to your hotel and stay overnight in a Montreal hotel.
Day 7 Montreal: Departure
On the last day of our tour, we will check out from the hotel. The day will have some time for you to go shopping while they keep your belongings in the lobby. Later then, our agent will leave you to the Montreal International Airport. Board your flight back home. The memories we created along with each other will bring you back to us to travel again soon.
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Canada’s top 15 places to experience
If you can’t decide where to start, but you know you want to visit Canada, then take a look below at the top 15 places to experience in Canada.
- Rockies: There’s no way you can talk about Canada without mentioning the Rockies. That’s right. This stunning mountain range that straddles the border of British Columbia and Alberta has some of the most breathtaking scenery in all of Canada. Much of the wilderness here is protected parkland, and you’ll have ample opportunity to discover the rugged landscape through a scenic drive on the Icefields Parkway or hiking through the mountains.
- Quebec City: As one of the oldest cities in Canada, Quebec City is the most picturesque. It’s cobblestone streets, and old buildings make this city a slice of European life on Canadian soil. If you want to discover the heart of French-Canadian culture, then a trip to Quebec City should be on your Canadian bucket list.
- Northern Lights: If seeing the Aurora Borealis – aka The Northern Lights – is not on your bucket list, then I think you’re lying. It’s one of the most spectacular natural phenomena on this Earth, and you can see it across Canada. I’ve been lucky enough to see them multiple times, some from my back deck, other times while camping across Canada.
- Niagara Falls: Known as one of the natural wonders of the world, Niagara Falls is a highlight for many who travel to Canada. Niagara Falls is located on the border of Canada and the United States of America. The Horseshoe Falls are situated entirely in Canada, and the Canadian side has the best view.
- Vancouver Island: This island is located in Canada’s Pacific Coast is known for its mild and humid temperate rainforest, year-round surfing and one of Canada’s delights – the Nanaimo Bar. Spend the night off the grid, listening to the waves crash against the rocky shoreline.
- Churchill: This small town in Manitoba can’t be reached by car, only by train or plane, but getting here, no matter the season, is well worth it. Spot the polar bears, get a front-row seat to the Northern Lights, kayak with Narwhals (the unicorns of the sea) in Churchill.
- Ottawa: As the capital city of Canada, Ottawa is not as large as you might think. This city sits on the Ottawa River on the border of Ontario and Canada. It is known for the Gothic parliament buildings, the excellent food scene and the historic Rideau canal – aka the longest skating rink in the world.
- Newfoundland: Here in Newfoundland, you’ll find some of the most distinct cultures in Canada. Listen to the stories that live here, explore the fishing villages, marvel at the beauty of Grose Morne and discover the Viking history of the Rock.
- Dawson City: Pan for gold in Canada’s vibrant northern city in the Yukon. Known for its heyday during the gold rush, Dawson City is now a historic site with a thriving arts scene. And of course, you can’t leave Dawson without having a sour toe cocktail.
- Toronto: Canada’s largest city is also one of the most diverse. Visit the iconic CN Tower, dine in some of Canada’s greatest restaurants and discover the cultural mosaic of Toronto. You won’t want to miss visiting this incredible city during your time in Canada.
- Alberta Badlands: Probably one of the most underrated areas of Canada is the Badlands and Prairies of southern Alberta and Saskatchewan. Discover the largest concentration of dinosaur bones in Canada, try out the cowboy life on the ranch, look out for bison on the grasslands and lay under the stars in the wide-open landscape.
- Green Gables and red soil: Anne of Green Gables, a fictional story about life in Prince Edward Island, is an iconic Canadian story. You can discover the red soil, sweeping landscapes and literary history in Canada’s littlest province.
- Georgian Bay: Soak in the sun in Ontario cottage country. The Canadian Shield – an ancient geological feature – runs through this place, giving you picturesque smooth rocks, the scent of pine and the reflections off the thousands of lakes in the area. Georgian Bay itself has some of the bluest water I’ve seen, despite it being a very refreshing (cold) temperature.
- Canada’s North: Three territories make up Canada’s north: The Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Parts of it are above the tree line, and parts are in the Arctic Circle. You can even tip your toes in the Arctic Ocean at one of the northern-most communities accessible by road.
- Friendly Maritimes: The Canadian Maritimes – Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, are known for their hospitality, fresh seafood and lovely ocean views.