To discover the wonders of the Great White North, pack your bags with Tripfinder! The second-largest nation in the world, Canada, entices visitors with its breathtaking landscapes, exciting cities, and celebration of diversity. Every traveller will find something to enjoy in Canada, from the majestic Rocky Mountains to the charming coastal towns. Canada is a vast, wild, and vibrant country that never lets down its visitors. Cities in Canada are tidy, secure, hospitable, and multiethnic. It is praised as one of the most livable nations in the world, and for good reason! Set out on a spellbinding 6-day journey through Canada’s interior, where thriving cities and breathtaking natural wonders coexist to create a tapestry of unforgettable experiences.
Toronto, a glittering city pulsing with life, witnesses the dawn. Admire City Hall’s stunning architecture, including its twin towers that pierce the sky and the daring “flying saucer” that graces its centre. Explore Queen’s Park, a lush oasis that contains the secrets of Ontario’s past in its historic structures, and unfold the pages of history as you go. Enter the centre of Chinatown, where neon signs entice you to explore a world of vibrant markets and exotic flavours. As the day’s adventures come to an end, climb the enormous CN Tower Observatory to the heavens themselves. Allow your gaze to travel across the city’s expansive skyline as it stretches towards the horizon in a symphony of lights as you stand atop this magnificent building. The day’s magic doesn’t end there, though; take the “Hornblower” Cruise to experience Niagara Falls’ rumbling embrace. Feel the awe-inspiring force of nature’s grandeur while ensconced in the misty embrace of this natural wonder. The following day unfolds as you float into the serene embrace of the 1000 Islands, much like the turning of a beloved book. Navigate emerald waters that conceal a thousand secrets and tell tales of castles, shipwrecks, and ageless beauty. Before your eyes, a tapestry of history and nature unfolds, leaving an enduring impression on your soul. Montreal is a thriving tapestry of culture and artistic talent. Among its vast expanse of greenery, Mount Royal Park, a living gallery of nature’s beauty, invites you to dance with the wind. The cobblestone streets of the Old Port echo with the laughter of bygone eras as they whisper tales of maritime lore. At St. Joseph Oratory, where the heavens and the earth appear to be in a celestial embrace, soar to spiritual heights. The charming city of Quebec emerges the following morning as the world awakens, a living page torn from history. You can take a guided tour through the city’s cobblestone streets to reach the majestic Montmorency Falls, where nature has created a waterfall display that rivals even the renowned Niagara Falls. On the last day, as the show comes to a close, bid farewell to Canada’s wonders, each memory embedded in your heart like a priceless gem.
As you leave, you take with you more than just pictures and trinkets; you also take a kaleidoscope of feelings and memories that will live on in the depths of your soul forever. This six-day journey has been a self-discovery journey, a tapestry of enchantment, and a symphony of sights and sounds. Take a moment to savour the memories, to embrace the laughter and tears, and to say goodbye to a land that has welcomed you with open arms as the plane’s engines hum with the promise of a new horizon. Dear Traveller, may the memories of this amazing journey serve as your compass as you embark on new adventures until we meet again. Travel safely!
|Departure Date||Adult||Single||Child (6 - 11yr)||Child (2 - 5yr)||Infant||Seats||Book|
|19-Sept-2023||د.إ 12,390.00||د.إ 13,590.00||د.إ 11,800.00||د.إ 11,300.00||د.إ 1,290.00||24|
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|Child (6 - 11yr)||د.إ 11,800.00|
|Child (2 - 5yr)||د.إ 11,300.00|
|Child (6 - 11yr)||د.إ 11,800.00|
|Child (2 - 5yr)||د.إ 11,300.00|
Greetings from Toronto. Once you arrive, go directly to the hotel to check in. You have the rest of the day free to independently explore the city.
Overnight stay in Toronto.
Following breakfast See recognisable landmarks like City Hall, Queens Park, Chinatown, and the University of Toronto today on a guided city tour of Toronto.
City Hall: Toronto’s City Hall, completed in 1965, was a bold architectural modernity with twin towers, a central ‘flying saucer,’ ramps, and mosaics. Despite being compared to a gravestone by Frank Lloyd Wright, it was completed before Wright’s death. The complex features a self-guided tour pamphlet, including Norval Morrisseau’s artwork. The city is popular with skaters, demonstrators, fast-food trucks, and tourists.
Queen’s Park: Queen’s Park in central Toronto offers stunning architecture, historic sites, museums, and buildings that tell the city’s story. Free 30-minute tours of the Ontario Legislative Building, the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, the Garden Museum, and the University of Toronto’s grounds are recommended.
Chinatown: Chinatown, a dynamic Toronto neighbourhood since 1878, features produce markets, shops, food stalls, neon signs, and diverse cuisines. Attractions include Spadina Chinatown, House of Gourmet, Tap Phong, Sonic Boom, Asian-owned businesses, and a guided food tour. Enjoy a dumpling crawl and sample the deliciousness of the area.
Visit the CN Tower Observatory, one of the tallest freestanding structures in the world, later.
Toronto’s broadcast and telecommunications tower, known as the CN Tower, is also known as the Canadian National Tower. It was the tallest freestanding structure in the world, standing at 1,815 feet (553 metres), until the Burj Dubai building in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, surpassed it in 2007.
We travel to Niagara Falls. Here, take the “Hornblower Cruise” to see the magnificent Niagara Falls up close. The “Hornblower Cruise” only starts sailing in the last week of May because of weather concerns.
Niagara City Cruises by Hornblower offers a 20-minute Voyage to the Falls Boat Tour, providing stunning views of Niagara Gorge, American, and Bridal Veil Falls, and the famous Canadian Horseshoe Falls. The tour is timed and available rain or shine, with a sailing frequency of every 15–30 minutes. Ticket admission includes the Hornblower Niagara Funicular, and guest capacity has been reduced to comply with provincial and public health guidelines. The fully accessible attraction features state-of-the-art 700 passenger catamarans with 360-degree viewing platforms and dry viewing areas, as well as a complimentary recyclable Mist Poncho.
Visit the Skylon Tower Observatory later to see the falls from both the American and Canadian sides of the tallest building in the area.
The Skylon Tower in Niagara Falls, Ontario, is the tallest total entertainment complex with indoor/outdoor views of the Falls. It features two dining rooms, the Summit Suite Buffet Dining Room and the Revolving Dining Room, and Niagara’s largest indoor amusement area, Skylon Fun Centre. The tower was built in 1964 and opened in 1965, costing $7 million and financed by Hershey Company shareholdings. The tower features glass-enclosed Yellow Bug elevators, which run year-round and lead to the observatory at the top.
Overnight stay in Niagara.
Breakfast at the hotel. We travel to Kingston today to take a cruise to the renowned 1000 Islands. As you cruise the breathtaking 1000 Islands, discover the heart of the archipelago, regal castles, and whispers of a thousand legends.
Gananoque and the 1000 Islands, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve on the St. Lawrence River, are renowned for being the birthplace of Thousand Island dressing. The archipelago consists of 1,864 islands with emerald trees and forested shores, contrasting with the deep blue water. Known for its castles, shipwrecks, national parks, millionaire mansions, cottages, historical sites, waterside theatres, food, music, festivals, and a casino, the area is popular year-round. For a deeper exploration, visit the official tourism websites.
Later, take a drive to Ottawa, the Canadian capital.
Ottawa, is a hub for commerce and travel, known for its Gothic architecture, haunted houses, and paranormal attractions. With over 7.3 million tourists annually, Ottawa is clean, well-educated, and a global technology centre. Its clean environment attracts over 7.3 million tourists annually.
Overnight stay in Ottawa.
After breakfast at the hotel, take an orientation tour of Ottawa to see the Rideau Canal, Parliament Hill, and other important sites.
Rideau Canal: One of the greatest engineering achievements of the 19th century is the Rideau Canal, which was built specifically for steam-powered ships. It is the best-preserved slackwater canal system, and it operates largely in the same way as it did at first.
Parliament Hill: The federal government of Canada is located on Parliament Hill, where representatives from all over the country assemble to make laws that have an impact on everyone’s lives. Moreover, it is much more. Parliament Hill is the emblematic centre of our country and a gathering place, a holiday destination, and a tourist destination.
Drive to Montreal later. Upon arrival, take a guided city tour and see Mount Royal Park, the Old Port, St. Joseph Oratory, Notre Dame Basilica, and a number of other attractions.
Mount Royal Park: Mount Royal, located in the heart of Montréal, is a symbol of the city’s heritage, history, geography, and inspiration. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in 1876, the park boasts 200 hectares of biodiversity and natural beauty. Montréalers enjoy various recreational pursuits, including jogging, cycling, boating, skating, skiing, and tobogganing. The Kondiaronk Belvedere at the summit offers a romantic backdrop for engagements. Smith House, Les amis de la montagne, offers visitor services and activities, while Café des Amis offers a bite and souvenirs.
The Old Port: The Old Port of Montréal is a popular tourist attraction and event site, drawing over 6 million visitors annually. It hosts various cultural and entertainment activities, including food, sports, music, and outdoor festivals. The site is located 2.5 kilometres between Old Montréal and the St. Lawrence River, offering a beautiful view and lively programming. The Old Port is an important Canadian heritage site, with its history dating back to the technological, industrial, port, and maritime spheres. The Clock Tower, built between 1919 and 1922, is a Canadian heritage monument. An ambitious master plan is being developed to revitalise the area.
St. Joseph Oratory: It is one of the world’s largest domed structures and the tallest church in Canada. The Oratory is a significant landmark, a representation of Montreal, and a popular tourist destination. It attracts pilgrims from all over the world. Every year, it draws about 2 million visitors.
Notre Dame Basilica: Numerous parishes adopted the Basilica’s design, which signalled a shift in the field of religious architecture. Notre-Dame is a venue for significant national occasions like state funerals, in addition to being a place for prayer and the celebration of Catholic worship.
Overnight stay in Montreal.
Breakfast at the hotel. We continue today with our all-day trip to Quebec City. We visit the Parliament Buildings, the Plains of Abraham, the Citadel, Chateau Frontenac, the Place d’Armes, and the Quebec National Assembly as part of our guided tour, which takes us through the Upper and Lower Towns. The lovely Montmorency Falls, which are 30 metres higher than the well-known Niagara Falls, are our next stop.
The Plains of Abraham: The Plains of Abraham, located in Battlefields Park in Quebec City, Canada, is a historic area where the site of the 1759 Battle of the Plains of Abraham was fought. Today, the park attracts 4 million visitors annually for sports, relaxation, outdoor concerts, and festivals.
The Citadel: Citadels, which served as a portion of the outer wall for economic reasons, were typically the strongest component of fortifications with bastions. The citadel, which served as the last line of defence when other elements of the fortification system were threatened, was where the police and army were developed.
Chateau Frontenac: The Château Frontenac, a luxurious hotel in Québec City, has been a popular destination since the late 19th century. Designed by Canadian Pacific Railway executives in 1892, it has undergone renovations to maintain its unique character and provide comfort. New York architect Bruce Price drew inspiration from the Loire Valley châteaux.
Montmorency Falls: Anyone seeking a getaway from the city should visit Montmorency Falls, which is a breathtaking sight. The falls are 83 metres (272.3 feet) tall, 30 metres (98.4 feet) taller than the famous Niagara Falls, and are only 15 minutes from Québec City! You won’t want to miss the view of Montmorency Falls.
Overnight stay in Montreal.
Today, as your unforgettable trip comes to an end, proceed on your own to the airport. Please take a few minutes out of your busy day to write to us and tell us about your wonderful experience.