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8D7N Mad About Mounties: Eastern Canada By Design (F8F)

8D7N Mad About Mounties: Eastern Canada By Design (F8F)

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A world beyond. Hassle-free planning, regional Tour Directors & Local Guides, Handpicked hotels and inclusions, seamless transportation, VIP access, and rare Local Favorites that go beyond the guidebook. At Globus, we have the experience and local knowledge to craft immersive adventures that make you feel alive. Expect to see all the major sites, but then go deeper, to the beating heart of every new discovery. As they say, when you’re in the moment, it’s not what you know, but who you and you’ll quickly discover our Tour Directors know all the local secrets and insider tips.

Cities to Visit: Toronto – Kingston – Mont-Tremblant – Orford (Eastern Townships) – Montreal
Language: English

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Booking Period: from Now till August 31, 2023
Travel Period: from August 20, 2022 till September 16, 2023
Tour Highlight
~ Toronto
~ Bike Tour, Kingston
~ Ottawa
~ Mont-Tremblant
~ Bleu Lavende Farms
~ Wine Tasting, Québec
What To Expect
Discover Eastern Canada on a 8-day holiday from Toronto to Montreal. How you explore the French-Canadian treasures is up to you. Sailing on serene lakes and rivers? Sipping on sparkling wines? Standing in a field of lavender or a famous vineyard? Soaking in a Scandinavian spa? With complimentary YourChoice Excursions, you choose when, where, and how to say, “C’est si bon!”

Love to tour but fancy a bit more freedom? With Choice Touring by Globus, you now have a whole new way to cure your curiosity. In addition to guided sightseeing at the must-see sights, Choice Touring presents YourChoice Excursions, a selection of curated experiences in key destinations – included in the price – so you can tailor your tour to your own interests, pleasures and passions. And, of course, your Globus Tour Director is always there with suggestions and guidance to help you pick how you play and make your own memories.
  • Day 1: ARRIVE IN TORONTO, CANADA

    Welcome to Toronto! At 6 pm, meet your Tour Director and travelling companions for a welcome drink.

  • Day 2: TORONTO – KINGSTON

    TORONTO: City sightseeing includes two city halls, the Ontario legislature buildings, the university, and Chinatown, followed by free time at the historic St. Lawrence Market. KINGSTON: Orientation tour of Kingston, Canada’s first capital. Seasonal farm-to-table dinner tonight.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 3: KINGSTON

    KINGSTON: Morning scenic cruise in the Thousand Island region

    YourChoice Excursions include one of the following activities of your choice:

    DELVE: War Stories
    Step back in time to experience 19th-century military life at Fort Henry National Historic Site. Take a guided tour of this UNESCO World Heritage Site and hear the fascinating stories of its history—from The War of 1812 through its many restorations to its ultimate revival as a museum and popular Ontario attraction. Spend free time shopping in The Trade Square inside the fort walls, or join in on an exclusive dining experience on Kingston's largest waterfront patio at the point of the Advanced Battery overlooking Lake Ontario, the Royal Military College, and the City of Kingston.

    STROLL: Ghosts of Kingston Past
    Embark on a Kingston walking tour for fascinating local insights into a world of Canadian prime ministers, U.S. presidents, Native leaders, governor generals, mediums, spirits, and the Queen, herself. Hear about the chronicles of Kingston and its notorious penitentiary, penned by Charles Dickens and Ernest Hemmingway. Hear the stories of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s controversial first prime minister; tales of spirits from the great beyond; political scandals, and the strange demise of a governor general.

    PEDAL: Kingston on Two Wheels
    Join a leisurely 3-hour historical guided bike tour of the downtown Kingston area on an easy –to-ride cruiser. At roughly 12 kilometers (just over 7 miles) long, your bike route includes many of Kingston's historical landmarks and attractions in one of Canada's most scenic cities. Pedal your way to the notorious Kingston Penitentiary, through Queen's University Campus, beside the stunning views of Lake Ontario, to Gord Edgar Downie Pier, and more.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 4: KINGSTON – OTTAWA – MONT-TREMBLANT

    OTTAWA: A city sightseeing tour of Canada’s modern capitol includes the Canadian Mint, the Governor General and Prime Minister Residences, National Arts Centre, Parliament Hill, and the Rideau Canal. Enjoy free time at ByWard Market, followed by a visit to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Stables and Visitor Centre.
    MONT-TREMBLANT: Guided sightseeing includes visits to the three small villages that joined to make the resort city of Mont-Tremblant. Explore the quaint Saint-Jovite, Pedestrian Village, and charming Old Village. Free time this evening.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 5: MONT-TREMBLANT

    YourChoice Excursions include one of the following activities of your choice:

    TREK: Enchanted Forest
    Join a Local Expert on an enchanting hike in Domaine Saint-Bernard, a favourite escape for locals and nature lovers. On this leisurely 2.5km beginner’s hike, you’ll be charmed by this enchanting environment spanning 1500 acres of protected, picturesque natural space—home to a wide array of flora and fauna, particularly its bounty of birds from blue jays to great blue herons, woodpeckers to chickadees, and Canadian geese, of course.

    GAZE: Fall for Mont-Tremblant
    Take a guided tour of Mont-Tremblant National Park, Québec’s largest, to admire the park’s stunning sights, including Lake Monroe, the Chutes Croches (Crooked Waterfalls), the Chute du Diable (Devil’s Waterfall), and more!

    CHILL: A Scandinavian Soak
    Renew the spirit at the Scandinavian hydrotherapy baths of Mont-Tremblant. Relax amid the resort’s rustic buildings and Laurentian forest beside the Diable River to enjoy a traditional Scandinavian bath experience to soothe your body and soul.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 6: MONT-TREMBLANT – MONTREAL – ORFORD (EASTERN TOWNSHIPS)

    MONTREAL: Sightseeing tour with a Local Guide includes the Notre Dame Basilica, the Old Seminary of St. Sulpice, and a scenic drive to the top of Mount Royal. Free time this afternoon.
    ORFORD (EASTERN TOWNSHIPS): Free time this evening.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 7: ORFORD (EASTERN TOWNSHIPS)

    ORFORD (EASTERN TOWNSHIPS): Morning driving tour includes the region’s picturesque villages of New France, including Magog, Sherbrooke, and Coaticook.

    YourChoice Excursions include one of the following activities of your choice:

    FLOAT: With Cherries on Top
    Deepen your appreciation of the history and natural beauty of Québec’s Cherry River on a leisurely 2-hour kayaking excursion. Join your expert guide to hear about the lush wetland’s biodiversity of flora and fauna—including cherry trees that bloom here each year—and the fascinating history of this unique environment.Photo

    STROLL: Purple Reign
    Take a guided tour of the largest lavender farm in Canada. Hear the history of this lovely place and visit the distillery for a tasting and interactive interpretative centre for a walk in the fields that bloom purple and fragrant each year.

    TASTE: The Champagne of Champagnes
    Take a guided tour of Le Cep d’Argent vineyards. This 114-acre estate with 60,000 vines overlooking Lake Magog produces sparkling wines, reds, rosés, whites, and sweet wines in Québec’s Eastern Townships champagne region. Discover how two brothers became 6th-generation master vintners by creating the Universe of Champagne to research and produce exceptional champagnes praised by sommeliers and envied by their peers. Taste for yourself during your visit to the cellar and vineyards.

    Farewell dinner with regional wines this evening.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 8: DEPART ORFORD (EASTERN TOWNSHIPS) – MONTREAL

    This morning, return to Montreal International Airport or Fairmont Queen Elizabeth hotel. Please schedule departing flights after 1pm

    : Breakfast
Whats Included
~ 7 nights accommodation
~ Daily breakfast & 2 lunches
~ Professional Tour Director

Whats Excluded
~ International air ticket
~ Travel insurance & Visa
~ Tipping
~ Airport transfer
~ Safety net protection

Where to Visits

Information


Booking Period: from Now till August 31, 2023
Travel Period: from August 20, 2022 till September 16, 2023
Tour Highlight
~ Toronto
~ Bike Tour, Kingston
~ Ottawa
~ Mont-Tremblant
~ Bleu Lavende Farms
~ Wine Tasting, Québec
What To Expect
Discover Eastern Canada on a 8-day holiday from Toronto to Montreal. How you explore the French-Canadian treasures is up to you. Sailing on serene lakes and rivers? Sipping on sparkling wines? Standing in a field of lavender or a famous vineyard? Soaking in a Scandinavian spa? With complimentary YourChoice Excursions, you choose when, where, and how to say, “C’est si bon!”

Love to tour but fancy a bit more freedom? With Choice Touring by Globus, you now have a whole new way to cure your curiosity. In addition to guided sightseeing at the must-see sights, Choice Touring presents YourChoice Excursions, a selection of curated experiences in key destinations – included in the price – so you can tailor your tour to your own interests, pleasures and passions. And, of course, your Globus Tour Director is always there with suggestions and guidance to help you pick how you play and make your own memories.
  • Day 1: ARRIVE IN TORONTO, CANADA

    Welcome to Toronto! At 6 pm, meet your Tour Director and travelling companions for a welcome drink.

  • Day 2: TORONTO – KINGSTON

    TORONTO: City sightseeing includes two city halls, the Ontario legislature buildings, the university, and Chinatown, followed by free time at the historic St. Lawrence Market. KINGSTON: Orientation tour of Kingston, Canada’s first capital. Seasonal farm-to-table dinner tonight.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 3: KINGSTON

    KINGSTON: Morning scenic cruise in the Thousand Island region

    YourChoice Excursions include one of the following activities of your choice:

    DELVE: War Stories
    Step back in time to experience 19th-century military life at Fort Henry National Historic Site. Take a guided tour of this UNESCO World Heritage Site and hear the fascinating stories of its history—from The War of 1812 through its many restorations to its ultimate revival as a museum and popular Ontario attraction. Spend free time shopping in The Trade Square inside the fort walls, or join in on an exclusive dining experience on Kingston's largest waterfront patio at the point of the Advanced Battery overlooking Lake Ontario, the Royal Military College, and the City of Kingston.

    STROLL: Ghosts of Kingston Past
    Embark on a Kingston walking tour for fascinating local insights into a world of Canadian prime ministers, U.S. presidents, Native leaders, governor generals, mediums, spirits, and the Queen, herself. Hear about the chronicles of Kingston and its notorious penitentiary, penned by Charles Dickens and Ernest Hemmingway. Hear the stories of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s controversial first prime minister; tales of spirits from the great beyond; political scandals, and the strange demise of a governor general.

    PEDAL: Kingston on Two Wheels
    Join a leisurely 3-hour historical guided bike tour of the downtown Kingston area on an easy –to-ride cruiser. At roughly 12 kilometers (just over 7 miles) long, your bike route includes many of Kingston's historical landmarks and attractions in one of Canada's most scenic cities. Pedal your way to the notorious Kingston Penitentiary, through Queen's University Campus, beside the stunning views of Lake Ontario, to Gord Edgar Downie Pier, and more.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 4: KINGSTON – OTTAWA – MONT-TREMBLANT

    OTTAWA: A city sightseeing tour of Canada’s modern capitol includes the Canadian Mint, the Governor General and Prime Minister Residences, National Arts Centre, Parliament Hill, and the Rideau Canal. Enjoy free time at ByWard Market, followed by a visit to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Stables and Visitor Centre.
    MONT-TREMBLANT: Guided sightseeing includes visits to the three small villages that joined to make the resort city of Mont-Tremblant. Explore the quaint Saint-Jovite, Pedestrian Village, and charming Old Village. Free time this evening.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 5: MONT-TREMBLANT

    YourChoice Excursions include one of the following activities of your choice:

    TREK: Enchanted Forest
    Join a Local Expert on an enchanting hike in Domaine Saint-Bernard, a favourite escape for locals and nature lovers. On this leisurely 2.5km beginner’s hike, you’ll be charmed by this enchanting environment spanning 1500 acres of protected, picturesque natural space—home to a wide array of flora and fauna, particularly its bounty of birds from blue jays to great blue herons, woodpeckers to chickadees, and Canadian geese, of course.

    GAZE: Fall for Mont-Tremblant
    Take a guided tour of Mont-Tremblant National Park, Québec’s largest, to admire the park’s stunning sights, including Lake Monroe, the Chutes Croches (Crooked Waterfalls), the Chute du Diable (Devil’s Waterfall), and more!

    CHILL: A Scandinavian Soak
    Renew the spirit at the Scandinavian hydrotherapy baths of Mont-Tremblant. Relax amid the resort’s rustic buildings and Laurentian forest beside the Diable River to enjoy a traditional Scandinavian bath experience to soothe your body and soul.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 6: MONT-TREMBLANT – MONTREAL – ORFORD (EASTERN TOWNSHIPS)

    MONTREAL: Sightseeing tour with a Local Guide includes the Notre Dame Basilica, the Old Seminary of St. Sulpice, and a scenic drive to the top of Mount Royal. Free time this afternoon.
    ORFORD (EASTERN TOWNSHIPS): Free time this evening.

    : Breakfast
  • Day 7: ORFORD (EASTERN TOWNSHIPS)

    ORFORD (EASTERN TOWNSHIPS): Morning driving tour includes the region’s picturesque villages of New France, including Magog, Sherbrooke, and Coaticook.

    YourChoice Excursions include one of the following activities of your choice:

    FLOAT: With Cherries on Top
    Deepen your appreciation of the history and natural beauty of Québec’s Cherry River on a leisurely 2-hour kayaking excursion. Join your expert guide to hear about the lush wetland’s biodiversity of flora and fauna—including cherry trees that bloom here each year—and the fascinating history of this unique environment.Photo

    STROLL: Purple Reign
    Take a guided tour of the largest lavender farm in Canada. Hear the history of this lovely place and visit the distillery for a tasting and interactive interpretative centre for a walk in the fields that bloom purple and fragrant each year.

    TASTE: The Champagne of Champagnes
    Take a guided tour of Le Cep d’Argent vineyards. This 114-acre estate with 60,000 vines overlooking Lake Magog produces sparkling wines, reds, rosés, whites, and sweet wines in Québec’s Eastern Townships champagne region. Discover how two brothers became 6th-generation master vintners by creating the Universe of Champagne to research and produce exceptional champagnes praised by sommeliers and envied by their peers. Taste for yourself during your visit to the cellar and vineyards.

    Farewell dinner with regional wines this evening.

    : Breakfast, Dinner
  • Day 8: DEPART ORFORD (EASTERN TOWNSHIPS) – MONTREAL

    This morning, return to Montreal International Airport or Fairmont Queen Elizabeth hotel. Please schedule departing flights after 1pm

    : Breakfast
Whats Included
~ 7 nights accommodation
~ Daily breakfast & 2 lunches
~ Professional Tour Director

Whats Excluded
~ International air ticket
~ Travel insurance & Visa
~ Tipping
~ Airport transfer
~ Safety net protection

Per Pax
From: $2293 From: €2184 From: £1875 From: RM9971 From: CAD2971 From: SGD3181 From: AUD3310 From: HKD18067
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Cancellation Policy

~ 46 days or more prior to departure: deposit forfeited
~ 45 – 22 days prior to departure: 20% of total price
~ 21 – 8 days prior to departure: 30% of total price
~ 7 – 1 days prior to departure: 50% of total price
~ On scheduled departure and later: 100% of total price


Payment Terms

~ Deposit must be received within 7 days of booking.
~ Balance payment must be made 45 days prior to departure.
~ Booking made within 45 days prior to departure require full payment at the time of booking.