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【7-Day】Eastern Canada - Ontario to the Maritimes in-depth Summer Tour from Toronto - Tour Code: 918

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Start City: Toronto End City: Toronto

Duration: 7 Day(s) Language: Chinese&English Airport Pickup: No


☆ Visit Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Ottawa, Fredericton, Peggy's Cove, Halifax, Charlottetown, Saint John, and Thousand Islands

☆ The Best Selling Tour for Prince Edward Island in 2018

☆ Whale watching in the world's largest estuary!

☆ Experience French-Canadian culture in Montreal and Quebec City!

☆ Visit five Eastern Canadian provinces


Day 1: Toronto – Quebec City

Summary of The Day

Departing from Toronto in the morning, we will visit the Old Quebec City where European buildings, shops, Art gallery and French signs could be seen everywhere. we will walk around, take pictures or have a cup of coffee at the sidewalk café to explore local life style. Then we proceed to hotel after dinner.

Vieux Quebec (Old Quebec)

Historic District of Old Quebec

This UNESCO World Heritage Site traces its history to 1620 and the establishment of the Saint-Louis Fort. Old Quebec is known for its architecture and its value as a testament to the impact of colonization.

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Quebec City

Fortifications of Quebec

Located in Canada, the Ramparts of Quebec City are the only remaining fortified city walls in North America north of Mexico. The British began refortifying the existing walls, after they took Quebec City from the French in the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in 1759.

The wall, which runs on the eastern extremity on the Promontory of Quebec, surrounds most of Old Quebec, which was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1985. The fortifications were designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1948.

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Chateau Frontenac

Chateau Frontenac

The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is a famous grand hotel and a National Historic Site of Canada. The hotel, which is essentially a castle, sits on a hilltop in the city, and is perhaps the most-photographed hotel in the world.

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Parliament Building

Parliament Hill in Quebec

Parliament Hill is located in Quebec City in the borough of La Cité-Limoilou, specifically in districts of Vieux-Québec—Cap-Blanc—colline Parlementaire and Saint-Jean-Baptiste. In addition to the Parliament Building of Quebec, the Hill has a few shopping streets and residential areas and public green spaces.

In 1985, the complex of parliamentary building was declared a Site historique national ("National Historic Site of Quebec"). To date this is the only site so declared in Quebec.

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Hotel (included)
Comfort Inn Quality Inn , OR Similar

Day 2: Quebec City – Whale Watching – Fredericton

Summary of The Day

Departing from Quebec City, we will have the Whale watching tour (optional, seasonal, available from June 8 - Sep. 8) from the entrance of St Lawrence River.

We will then make our way to the capital city of New Brunswick - Fredericton, passing by Hartland Covered Bridge, the world's longest covered bridge at 391 meters long.

Around dusk, we will arrive in the capital of the Canadian province of New Brunswick, Fredericton.

Tonight, we stay overnight at Fredericton.

Gulf of Saint Lawrence


Leaving the hotel in the morning to take a whale-watching boat at the st. Lawrence river,it is one of the best places to see whales in the world. You can see all kinds of whales in the water and enjoy the natural scenery, which is a rare experience in life. The most famous of these are killer whales and blue whales, along with fin whales and humpback whales and endangered arctic and beluga whales.

* whale watching is seasonal and will travel between June 9 and September 8.

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Hartland Bridge

The Hartland Bridge

The Hartland Bridge in Hartland, New Brunswick, is the world's longest covered bridge,at 1,282 feet (391 m) long. It crosses the Saint John River from Hartland to Somerville, New Brunswick, Canada. The framework consists of seven small Howe Truss bridges joined together on six piers.

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Fredericton is the capital of the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The city is situated in the west-central portion of the province along the Saint John River, which flows west to east as it bisects the city; it is the dominant natural feature of the area. One of the main urban centres in New Brunswick, the city had a population of 56,224 in the 2011 census. It is the third-largest city in the province after Moncton and Saint John.

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Hotel (included)
Comfort Inn Quality Inn , OR Similar

Day 3: Fredericton – Peggy's Cove – Halifax

Summary of The Day

Continue our journey to Nova Scotia and visit the most famous city – Halifax. Enjoy stunning seaside scenery on the Halifax cruise, while savoring delicious fresh lobster. Afterward, we will visit Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, and Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, Later in the afternoon, we will make a stop to Peggy’s Cove, a beautiful fishing village known for its famous Peggy’s Point Lighthouse.

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is Canada's national museum of immigration. The museum occupies part of Pier 21, the former ocean liner terminal and immigration shed from 1928 to 1971. Pier 21 is Canada's last remaining ocean immigration shed. The Museum began as an independent institution run by the Pier 21 Society in 1999. It became a national museum run by the Canadian federal government in 2011.

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Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic

This museum in downtown Halifax contains a collection of over 30,000 artifacts, including 70 small craft and one steamship, that help paint a picture of eastern Canada's history at sea.

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Boat Tour in Halifax

Halifax, legally known as the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM), is the capital of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. The municipality had a population of 403,131 in 2016, with 316,701 in the urban area centered on Halifax Harbor.The regional municipality consists of four former municipalities that were amalgamated in 1996: Halifax, Dartmouth, Bedford, and the Municipality of Halifax County.

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Peggys Cove

Peggy's Cove

Peggy's Cove is 43 kilometers (26 miles) southwest of Downtown Halifax and comprises one of the numerous small fishing communities located around the perimeter of the Chebucto Peninsula. The community is named after the cove of the same name, a name also shared with Peggy's Point, immediately to the east of the cove. The village marks the eastern point of the St. Margaret's Bay.

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Hotel (included)
Comfort Inn Quality Inn , OR Similar

Day 4: Halifax – PEI – Charlottetown

Summary of The Day

We will take a ferry to the smallest province of Canada - Prince Edward Island.

Then we will arrive in Charlottetown, the provincial capital.

Next, we go to the Cavendish Beach of PEI National park and visit the famous Anne of Green Gables House in the novel. Anne of Green Gables - This house in Prince Edward Island National Park served as the inspiration for the famous L.M. Montgomery story Anne of Green Gables. Afterwards, we will go to the beach, feeling the water and enjoying the natural scenery.

After the lobster dinner (at your own expenses), guests can join our exclusive the Campfire party (special offer, free for our guests).

Tonight, we will stay the night at the Resort.


The Campfire party is subject to the weather. If weather does not permit, it will be replaced with BBQ.


Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is one of eastern Canada's maritime provinces, off New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. With red-sand beaches, lighthouses and an interior of fertile farmland, it's nicknamed "Garden of the Gulf."

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Avonlea-Village of Anne of Green Gables

Anne of Green Gables

This house in Prince Edward Island National Park served as the inspiration for the famous L.M. Montgomery story Anne of Green Gables. Visitors to the museum can learn about the author and explore areas mentioned in the book.

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Cavendish Beach

Cavendish Beach

Cavendish Beach is a Canadian beach in the community of Cavendish, Prince Edward Island.

Fronting the Gulf of St. Lawrence, this broad natural sand beach stretches for 8 kilometres from the entrance to New London Bay in the west, to the red sandstone cliffs at Cavendish East in the east. The entire beach is located in the Prince Edward Island National Park.

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Hotel (included)
Cavendish MemoTree Resort Quality Inn Cavendish Gateway Resort , OR Similar

Day 5: Prince Edward Island – Big Lobster – Hopewell Rocks – Saint John – Fredericton

Summary of The Day

Today we will travel on the longest bridge in Canada (13km) from Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick where we will visit all the attractions like Big Lobster, Fundy Bay and Magnetic Hill.

Then we proceed to Magnetic Hill Park, to witness the magic of cars climbing up without motion.

Afterwards, we continue to Saint John, the largest city in New Brunswick. The Victoria-style architecture really highlights the city.

Around dusk, we will arrive in Fredericton for the night.

*The sequence of the itinerary and attractions might be changed according to actual and practical situation for better service.


The World's Largest Lobster sculpture

A tribute to the region's lobster-fishing industry, the town of Shediac in New Brunswick is home to the largest statue of a lobster in the world. The ninety-ton statue makes for a perfect spot to take a memorable picture.

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Hopewell Rocks

Hopewell Rocks

The Hopewell Rocks are a unique series of rock formations caused by tidal erosion. They are located on the shores of the Bay of Fundy in Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick. The area is also known for its wildlife.

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Magnetic Hill

Magnetic Hill Park

The Magnetic Hill is an example of a gravity hill, a type of optical illusion created by rising and descending terrain. It is located at the northwestern edge (in the Magnetic Hill Area) of the city of Moncton in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.

The general area is at the base of a ridge named “Lutes Mountain”, which rises several hundred feet above the surrounding Petitcodiac River valley.

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Saint John

Saint John

Saint John is the port city of the Bay of Fundy in the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The port is Canada’s third largest port by tonnage with a cargo base that includes dry and liquid bulk, break bulk, containers, and cruise. After the partitioning of the colony of Nova Scotia in 1784, the new colony of New Brunswick was thought to be named 'New Ireland' with the capital to be in Saint John before being vetoed by Britain's King George III. Saint John is the oldest incorporated city in Canada. During the reign of George III, the municipality was created by royal charter in 1785.

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Hotel (included)
Comfort Inn Holiday Inn , OR Similar

Day 6: Fredericton – Montreal

Summary of The Day

Departing in the morning, we will make a stop at the famous Covered Bridge Potato Chip Company nearby.

In the afternoon, we will drive through Quebec City. Upon arrival in Montreal, we will visit the famous Montreal Tower.

At last we will go to the Old Montreal before going to hotel.

Parc D Olympique

Olympic Stadium and Tower (Montreal Tower)

Built for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games, the Olympic Tower offers stunning views of Montreal. Standing imperially over the Olympic Park, the Olympic tower slants at a 30 degree incline, and is the tallest inclined tower in the world.

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Vieux Montreal

Old Montreal

The neighborhood in Montreal, Quebec known as "Old Montreal" is the oldest area of the city, with some structures dating as far back as New France settlements. Recognized as Montreal's most wander- worthy district because of its quaint cobblestone streets, charming early architecture, fascinating historical sites, trendy shops, art galleries, exceptional restaurants, and hotels.

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Basilique Notore Dame

Notre-Dame Basilica

This breathtaking Cathedral in Montreal, Quebec is the oldest parish church in North America, founded in 1647. Whichever way you look, inside or out, the Basilica presents a wealth of fascinating detail. Visitors have been coming to visit this Cathedral for its spectacular beauty and impressive neoclassical architecture.

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Hotel (included)
Comfort Inn Quality Inn , OR Similar

Day 7: Montreal – Ottawa – Thousand Islands – Toronto

Summary of The Day

Visit Ottawa, the Capital of Canada, in the morning.

Continue to 1000 Islands in the afternoon. Return to Toronto at dusk.

Parliament Hill

Parliament Hill

Parliament Hill, located on the banks of the Ottawa River Canada's capital city, is home to the Canadian Parliament. The gorgeous location and dramatic architecture make the hill a huge tourist location with more than 3 million tourist visits a year.

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Canadian Museum Of Civilization

Canadian Museum of Civilization

The Canadian Museum of History (formerly the Canadian Museum of Civilization) is Canada's national museum of human history. It is located in the Hull area of Gatineau, Quebec, directly across the Ottawa River from Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario.

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Thousand Islands

Thousand Islands

The Thousand Islands constitute an archipelago of 1,864 islands that straddles the Canada–US border in the Saint Lawrence River as it emerges from the northeast corner of Lake Ontario. They stretch for about 50 miles downstream from Kingston, Ontario. The Canadian islands are in the province of Ontario and the U.S. islands in the state of New York.

Thousand Islands Cruise - In addition to taking in the scenery, passengers on boat tours of this area can learn some of the history of the region-- which was once home to pirates and bootleggers-- and enjoy views of some famous spots.

* NOTES: Thousand Islands Cruise is to be closed since Oct.

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    1. Hotel accommodations for 6 nights

    2. English-speaking tour guide

    3. Transportation via air-conditioned tour coach

    4. Daily breakfast (subject to hotel)

    5. 13% Canadian HST tax

    6. Admission to Anne of Green Gables, Hartland Covered Bridge, Cavendish Beach, Hopewell Rocks and Moncton Magic Magnetic Hill


    1. Meals (Vegan food options available)

    2. All personal expenses, such as laundry, phone, and travel insurance

    3. Mandatory Tips/Service Fee (Min. CAD$14/person/day for tour guide and driver, CAD$7/person each time for airport transfers) Please pay in cash to the tour guide while on the bus. Any child/Infant reserving a seat will have to pay the service fees as well.

    4. Optional Tours: Adult (12+), Child (under 12), Senior (65+) (Pay in cash to tour guide upon arrival OR select at the time of booking. Prices are only for reference and subject to change without notice.)

    Prepaid online booking is available as admission package. If you just want some items, please book on tour with the guide.

      * Admission Package (only available during June 9 - Sep 8) (Rivière-du-Loup Whale Watching Cruise+Boat Tour in Halifax+Maritime Museum of Nova Scotia+Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21+Covered Bridge Chips Tour+Montreal Tower+Canadian Civilization Museum+Thousand Island Cruise) - Adult C$223, Child C$136, Senior C$211

     * Admission Package (available except June 9 - Sep 8) (Boat Tour in Halifax + Maritime Museum of Nova Scotia + Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 + Covered Bridge Chips Tour + Montreal Tower + Canadian Civilization Museum + Thousand Island Cruise) - Adult C$142, Child C$88, Senior C$130

      * Meal Package (including 4 lunch and 6 dinner, special introduce the Halifax Lobster Lunch, PEI famous Lobster Dinner, and the three courses Genuine French Cruise dinner at Old Quebec City) - Adult C$284, Child C$234


    **For group of more than 9 people, customers must prepay the mandatory tips and admission package to process the order.

     * Please Note: Complementary breakfast is only for 2 guests per room. Additional breakfast will be charged CAD$20 per person.

Departure Points
Region Departure Point Departure

Outside Tim Hortons

1520 Aimco Blvd, Mississauga, ON L4W 1V1, Canada


Outside Tim Hortons

477 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 1H1, Canada

Richmond Hill

Outside Tim Hortons

9005 Leslie St, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1G7, Canada

*Free underground parking.


Outside of Foody World Supermarket

8 William Kitchen Rd A, Outside of Foody World Supermarket


**Please reach to the departure points at least 10-15 minutes early.

Booking Info

    1. Globerouter cooperates with top local tour operators and ensures the best quality of services to all travelers.

    2. The sequence of itineraries is subject to change without prior notice according to departure date, weather, traffic, etc. 

    3. Adult pricing applies to all travelers.

    4. Prices may fluctuate due to CAD exchange rate.

    5. Luggage allowance: each traveler is allowed a maximum of 1 suitcase and 1 carry-on bag. Oversized or excessive luggage will be charged additional CAD$35 per baggage.

    6. Two full-sized beds per room. No additional bed for children, 3rd or 4th travelers.

    7. Additional hotel accommodation is subject to availability and may be changed to a similar hotel. Please refer to final confirmation.

    8. Guests who depart from U.S. need to bring U.S. passport, green card or valid U.S. and Canada visa.

    9. Since March 15, 2016, New Canada entry requirements have been changed. Please note at the time of booking.   

     eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization) has been launched since March 15, 2016:

    - U.S. permanent residents (with a green card) who enter Canada by flight need to hold eTA. If you enter Canada by land or sea, eTA is unnecessary.   

    - Students and temporary workers (from the countries where eTA is necessary): If you got a Student Visa or Work Visa before 15th March 2016, getting eTA is necessary before entering and departing from Canada by air.   

    How to apply for eTA to Canada?   

    Applying for eTA online, and you need to prepare your passport, credit card, and e-mail address. The application fee is CAD$7. eTA can be valid for 5 years.

    10. In case of attraction closures (due to holidays or construction, etc.), the tour guide may make some necessary changes to the itinerary accordingly.

    11. National Park Pass / City Pass / Entry Tickets / Annual or Season Passes / Senior Pass (or) any admission tickets to attractions purchased on your own are not allowed on this tour. All mandatory / optional tour services, have to be purchased as instructed in the exclusions section.

    12. Please ensure safety of your luggage always, especially in public areas. The tour operator or the tour guide cannot be held responsible for any loss of personal belongings.

    13. Tour is not wheel chair accessible.

    14. For the add-on accommodation, it excludes any transfer service from and to the hotel. If you book pre-accommodations, you must head towards the hotel and departure point by yourselves; if you book post-accommodations, you must head towards the hotel and airport by yourselves.

Cancellation / Modification and Refund Policy

1. Cancel or change an order

The following terms apply to the refund policy when canceling or changing an order

1) Reducing the number of travelers

2) Canceling the entire order

3) Change to a different tour

Possible only 31 days prior to the tour departure date.

Modification service fee will be applicable over & above the cancellation charges.

4) Rescheduling tour departure date

This request will not be accepted if the travel date is within 07 days or lesser.

Subject to availability of seats

Modification service fee will be applicable over & above the cancellation charges.

Cancellation Made Within Refund Policy
31 Days (or) more prior to tour departure date 90% of tour cost paid will be refunded
15-30 Days prior to tour departure date 75% of tour cost paid will be refunded
08-14 Days prior to tour departure date 50% of tour cost paid will be refunded
07 Days (or) lesser prior to tour departure date The entire tour cost will be forfeited & No-Refund

2. Modify an order

Charges to modify an order apply for the following:

1) For requests to add more number of travelers

Subject to availability of seats.

2) For requests to change to a different tour

Possible only 31 days prior to the tour departure date.

Cancellation charges as above will be applicable over & above the modification service fee.

3) For requests to reschedule tour departure date

This request will not be accepted if the travel date is within 07 days or lesser.

Subject to availability of seats.

Cancellation charges as above will be applicable over & above the modification service fee.

4) For requests to change name of passengers

This request will be accepted until 3 days prior to the travel date, however same service fee as below will be applicable.

Modification Notice Period Service Charge
Requests made from the date of booking until 07 days prior to the tour departure date US $ 30 will be charged for each order
Requests made 07 days (or) lesser from the date of tour departure No requests will be accepted & No Refund

3. Notes

1) We recommend all our passengers to avail "Travel Insurance" to protect themselves against personal / natural / manmade exigencies of all kind (including medical & family emergencies, accidents, flight delays, traffic delays, theft or personal- acts of terrorism, natural calamities etc.) that may affect you from participating in our tours (OR) arise while on tour.

2) Globerouter will take no responsibility for matters as stated above under personnel / natural / manmade exigencies.

3) No part / full refund / compensation will be offered to passengers who miss taking our tours (OR) for any un-utilized services, as per the date / time scheduled on the E-Voucher because all services are reconfirmed and prepaid for Charges as mentioned in our "Cancellation / Modification and Refund Policy" would be applicable.

4) All cancellation & tour modification requests should be emailed to info@globerouter.com.

5) We will not accept any cancellation / modification requests made through local tour provider / tour guide (OR) verbal requests made over the phone to our customer support staff / by voice mail

6) Cancellation request emails will not be accepted unless they have a complete, signed and attached "Globerouter Cancellation Request Form".

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