Eastern Flavours
Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Highlights : Daily Breakfast, 7 Days Car Rental, CN Tower, Maid of the Mist Boat Ride, Journey Behind the Falls, Niagara’s Fury, White Water Walk, 1000 Island Cruise
Day 01 : Toronto
Arrive Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, pick up vehicle from car rental agency and proceed to hotel. The remainder of the day is at leisure to explore the many attractions of this vibrant and culturally diverse city. Overnight in Toronto
Day 02 : Toronto/Niagara Falls/Toronto – 260 KM
After breakfast, morning is free to discover Toronto at your own pace. Visit impressive city landmarks such as the Rogers Centre (formerly SkyDome), explore the harbourfront district on foot or by harbour cruise, or perhaps find a shopping bargain or two at the multi-levelled Eaton Centre. Included today is admission to the CN Tower – an express glass elevator whisks you up to the observation lounge of this 553m monument of engineering. Afternoon for a real thrill, plan to visit the famed Niagara Falls, about an hour and a half drive south of Toronto. Your route will take you through Ontario’s wine-growing region and should definitely include a stop in the picturesque town of Niagara-on-the-Lake . On arrival with your included Niagara Falls Adventure Pass, experience the Maid of the Mist, Journey Behind the Falls, Niagara's Fury and White Water Walk, along with day's rides on the Peoplemover, an all day on-and-off shuttle service along the Niagara Parkway. Evening view the shimmering falls out of the darkness illuminated by rainbow of coloured lights before returning to Toronto. Overnight in Toronto.
Day 03 : Toronto/Ottawa – 450 KM

After breakfast checkout and drive east today, following the shoreline of Lake Ontario and pass through the small communities and villages that dot the landscape. The city of Kingston is home to the prestigious Queen’s University and is the gateway to the port lands of the beautiful 1000 Islands – a nearly countless collection of small islets grouped over a vast natural waterway The road turns north along the Rideau Heritage Route and intermittently follows the Rideau River The route takes you through riverside towns such as Smiths Falls and Edmond’s Lock, many of them with working marine locks allowing boats to traverse from higher to lower river elevations. Arrive afternoon in Canada’s national capital. Overnight in Ottawa.

Day 04 : Ottawa/Montreal – 200 KM
After breakfast, you may choose to visit the Parliament Buildings, museums or National Gallery, take a tour of the Royal Canadian Mint or enjoy a leisurely boat ride on the Ottawa River. Leaving the Capital Region, you will travel eastbound towards the border of Ontario and Quebec following the south shore of the Ottawa River. Crossing the border, you will soon reach the thriving metropolis of Montreal, a city of cultural contrasts and urban elegance. Overnight in Montreal.
Day 05 : Montreal
After breakfast day at leisure. Montreal is one of the art and culture centres of Canada, boasting a long and colourful history. Visit Notre-Dame Basilica, Old Montreal, the Olympic site, the Biodome, Mt Royal Park, the casino or the underground city. Montreal nightlife is a must, the discos, jazz clubs and other venues promise a lively experience. Overnight in Montreal.
Day 06 : Montreal/Kingston – 290 KM
After breakfast checkout and cross the border into Ontario and explore the tranquility of the Thousand Islands region. Visit Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg or Old Fort Henry, a historic fortification dating from the 1830s where a fully-costumed military parade is held daily. You may choose to visit colonial grounds of Queen’s University, or the museum of the Royal Military College, the oldest military academy in Canada. You will also enjoy a cruise of the beautiful 1000 Islands – an unforgettable trip through the near countless small inlets that are home to a wide variety of marine mammals and waterfowl. Overnight in Kingston.
Day 07 : Kingston/Toronto – 400 KM
After breakfast checkout and the road west along the shores of Lake Ontario leads back through the fertile lands of Prince Edward County, replete with historic communities boasting former residences and summer homes of Canada’s British-era governors and magistrates. The area contains a number of successful vineyards and cheese makers, inviting visitors to stop in small villages such as Picton for a taste of the local fare. Later continue on to Toronto to drop off vehicle at car rental agency’s location at Toronto Airport.








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