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Québec, Canada – Adventure with the French Connection

Price Starting at $5,495.00

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Travel back in time to the days of the voyagers and fur traders and explore the land that allowed Quebec’s first nations to thrive for thousands of years. Start in Québec City, the only fortified city in North America. The St. Lawrence River route occupies a good part of this journey and the forest, mountain and sea coast wilderness of the Gaspésie Peninsula provides an unforgettable outdoor adventure. Observe up-close an incredible variety of animal, bird and marine life in their own habitat – beaver, seal, cormorant, osprey, whale, even the possibility of getting close to bears. You’ll be charmed by Québec’s French heritage, outstanding food and the warmth of its people. Bienvenue to this province which is blessed with so many charms!

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Arrive Quebec City and transfer to your hotel. Having prospered as a fur trade outpost in the early 1600’s, Quebec City now has a dynamic port, a thriving research and technology sector and is home to the Provincial Parliament. Tonight, enjoy a welcome dinner. CLARENDON HOTEL.


Prices vary by season and package. Please inquire by phone at (800) 627-1244 or email for more information and a pricing estimate.

PRICING: Per person, based on double occupancy


  • Jun-Oct


  • Jun-Oct

Maximum group size: 18 travelers.

  • All hotels on this trip are chosen for their location, comfort and charm and are mostly 3 and 4 star hotels. All rooms are en suite with private facilities.
  • All meals as specified.
  • The tour is lead at all times by an experienced Canadian driver/guide, bilingual in English and French. In addition, local guides will join the group as specified.
  • Airport transfers.
  • Transportation in 15-passenger Ford minibus (from 5 to 8 travelers) or 24-passenger minibus (from 9 to 18 travelers.)
  • All park and admission fees.
  • All applicable hotel and lodge gratuities and taxes.
  • Complimentary baggage tags and passport wallet.
  • Complimentary emergency evacuation insurance.
July and August is warm and often humid during the day – can reach the 80s, although nights by the water or at higher altitudes are cooler. June and September ar e more comfortable or fresh during the day and sometimes cold at night. September is the best month for the foliage. Montreal can be visited any time of the year, bu t the Jazz Festival is offered only in late June.