Embark on a shorter version of our popular Lower and Upper Canada Fly Drive on this 8 day journey through the urban centers and rural splendor of Ontario and Quebec celebrating Canada’s English and French heritage. Travel from cosmopolitan Toronto and the natural wonder of Niagara Fallsto the neo-gothic Parliament Buildings of Ottawa that promise both to impress and delight. Then, travel east and cross into Quebec as the scenic highway continues along the St. Lawrence River to the walled center of Quebec City. Turning inland to the Saguenay region, the rolling hills and dense forests of the Mauricie / Bois-Francs region promise to enchant en route to Trois Rivières and francophone metropolis of Montreal -the second-largest French-speaking city in the world. Returning to Ontario, visit historic Kingston and its tranquil 1000 Islands from the deck of a comfortable cruise ship before arriving back in Toronto.

Your package includes

  • Accommodation for 7 nights in in the selected hotels
  • Day 2, Toronto – admission to the CN Tower & Ripley’s Aquarium
  • Day 5, Quebec City – 2-hour Quebec City sightseeing tour
  • Day 7, Rockport / Gananoque – 1-hour 1000 Islands cruise
  • A personalized Exotik Roadbook, containing essential travel information featuring overview notes of the area of travel, local sightseeing and attractions, daily itinerary highlights, provincial maps with city guides
  • Provincial Taxes and Federal GST and/or HST

Not included
Flights · Transfers · Car rental, Fuel for car, taxes and insurance · Meals · Gratuities · Beverages · Optional excursions

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DAY 1 ARRIVAL IN TORONTO


Arrive at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport and transfer independently to your downtown hotel. Pick-up your Exotik Roadbook at the front desk as you check-in. The remainder of the da Embark on a shorter version of our popular Lower and Upper Canada Fly Drive on this 8 day journey through the urban centres and rural splendour of Ontario and Quebec celebrating Canada’s English and French heritage. Travel from cosmopolitan Toronto and the natural wonder of Niagara Falls to the neo-gothic Parliament Buildings of Ottawa that promise both to impress and delight. Then, travel east and cross into Quebec as the scenic highway continues along the St. Lawrence River to the walled centre of Quebec City. Turning inland to the Saguenay region, the rolling hills and dense forests of the Mauricie / Bois-Francs region promise to enchant en route to Trois Rivières and francophone metropolis of Montreal – the second-largest French-speaking city in the world. Returning to Ontario, visit historic Kingston and its tranquil 1000 Islands from the deck of a
comfortable cruise ship before arriving back in Toronto.y is at leisure to explore the many attractions of this vibrant and culturally diverse city. Overnight in Toronto. Accommodation: Toronto for 2 nights
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DAY 2 TORONTO


The day 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. Today you visit the new Ripley’s Aquarium near the base of the CN Tower. The aquarium boasts over 12,500 square meters of display space for hundreds of creatures from sharks to colorful and rare tropical fish. Included today is admission to the CN Tower – an express, glass elevator whisks you up to the observation lounge of this 553m monument to engineering.
For a real thrill, plan to visit the famed Niagara Falls, about an hour and a half drive south of Toronto (not included). 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. Plenty of photo opportunities await you at the falls and no shortage of related attractions in this “honeymoon capital of North America.” Overnight in Toronto.
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DAY 3 TORONTO - OTTAWA (402 KM)


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 in 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 in the afternoon in Canada’s national capital. Overnight in Ottawa.
Accommodation: Ottawa for 1 night

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