-Visit famous Ice hotel - Hotel de Glace (January， 2019 - March， 2019) (optional)
Day 1Toronto～ Kingston～ Ottawa～ Montreal
We'll depart Toronto early in the morning traveling to Kingston， which was originally established as a fort back in 1673. We'll visit the historical Canadian locomotive and government buildings. Passing by the Royal Military College， Queen’s University and the residence of the first Prime Minister of Canada. Then we will proceed to Ottawa. Visiting Parliament Hill (Exterior)， Ottawa River， Rideau Canal and the Canadian Museum of Civilization (optional， admission not included). You’ll also have the opportunity to stop by at the Canadian War Museum (optional， admission not included) to visit one of the world’s most respected museums for the study and understanding of the armed conflict. After that， we will pass by Sussex Drive where a number of embassies are located， including the home of the Canadian Prime Minister and Rideau Hall. In the evening， proceed to Montreal for an overnight stay.
Located midway between Toronto and Montreal， Kingston was named the first capital of the Province of Canada. Kingston is a city rich in history， culture， critically acclaimed attractions and cuisine.
Kingston City Hall
Built in 1844， this National Historic Site of Canada was once the main governmental building of the capital city of the Province of Canada. Today， it is the city hall of Kingston and a community hub.
Royal Military College of Canada
(Passing By) Canada's Royal Military College is the premier degree-granting military university in the country， where cadets are trained in academics， officership， bilingualism， and athletics， considered by the Canadian military to be the four pillars of success.
(Passing By) Queen's University is a large public research institution in Kingston， Ontario. One of the oldest universities in the country， it actually predates the establishment of Canada as an independent country.
Located on the Ottawa River in eastern Ontario， Canada's capital city is also its center of technology and politics. This historic city features many museums， art galleries， and performance centers as well as other attractions like the Rideau Canal.
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 this a huge tourist location-- more than 3 million people come every year.
The Peace Tower is a large clock tower in Ottawa， Ontario that sits at the center of Parliament Hill. This iconic Canadian building appears on both the fifty- and twenty-dollar Canadian bills. It is more than 300 feet tall.
Canadian War Museum
The Canadian War Museum in Canada's capital city of Ottawa， ON is the country's national museum of military history. This large museum was established in 1880 and has a collection containing more than 500，000 historically significant pieces.
Gatineau is a city in western Quebec， Canada. It is the fourth largest city in the province. Located on the northern bank of the Ottawa River， immediately across from Ottawa， together with which it forms Canada's National Capital Region.
Canadian Museum of History
The Canadian Museum of Civilization is one of North America's oldest heritage and cultural preservation sites. It explores 20，000 years of human history and Canadian culture and is visited by more than 1.2 million people every year.
Tour starts with a visit to the beautiful Saint Joseph's Oratory (Donation CAD$3/ person); located atop of Mount Royal and Notre Dame Basilica(Donation CAD$5/person); a masterpiece of Gothic Revival architecture and the crown jewel of Quebec’s religious heritage. Next up will be a tour of the Olympic Park， where the 1976 Olympic Games were held. Later， you may take an optional tour to visit Montreal tower (Fee Applied)， the tallest inclined tower in the world. Next， head to the Olympic Stadium (Fee Applied). After lunch， we'll transfer to another French-speaking city - Quebec City. First， we will visit the Quebec tower (Fee applied) to observe the city skyline. Later， we will explore the Old Quebec City and learn its history and the importance of its time. Enjoy a delicious French Dinner (Fees applied) and an overnight stay.
Tour starts with a visit to the beautiful Saint Joseph's Oratory (Donation CAD$3/ person); located atop of Mount Royal and Notre Dame Basilica(Donation cad$5/person); a masterpiece of Gothic Revival architecture and the crown jewel of Quebec’s religious heritage. Next up will be a tour of the Olympic Park， where the 1976 Olympic Games were held. Later， you may take an optional tour to visit Montreal tower (Fee Applied)， the tallest inclined tower in the world. Next， head to the Olympic Stadium (Fee Applied). After lunch， we will visit the Quebec Ice Hotel (optional); explore the beautiful Great Hall， chapel， ice slide， exhibitions and Ice Bar. Afterwards， we'll transfer to another French-speaking city - Quebec City. First， visit the Quebec tower (Fee applied) to view city skyline. Later， we will explore Old Quebec City and learn its history and the importance of its time. Enjoy a delicious French Dinner (Fees applied) and an overnight stay.
Montreal， Quebec is the second-largest city in Canada， and the center of French Canadian culture. Called "Canada's Cultural Capital，" Montreal offers much to see and do， whether you are looking to explore history or the arts.
One of the unique features of the Montreal Olympic Stadium is its inclined tower. The observatory that sits atop the tower offers a bird's-eye view of the city.
This branch of the Montreal Nature Museum allows visitors to explore four of the major ecosystems found in the Americas in a controlled setting. This zoo and botanical conservatory contains more than 4，500 animals for visitors to see.
Itineary will substitute the Montreal Biodome with Olympic Statium when it's closed due to maintanance.
Olympic Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Canada， located at Olympic Park of Montreal. Built in the mid-1970s as the main venue for the 1976 Summer Olympics， it is nicknamed "The Big O"， a reference to both its name and to the doughnut-shape of the permanent component of the stadium's roof.
The Notre-Dame Basilica-Cathedral in Montreal， Quebec is the oldest parish church in North America， founded in 1647. It is also the first to be elevated to the rank of basilica. Visitors also come for its impressive neoclassical architecture.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$6; Child C$6
St. Josephs Oratory
Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal is a magnificent domed basilica in Montreal， Quebec that sits on the slopes of Mount Royal. The largest church in all of Canada， this national shrine can hold up to 10，000 people.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$3; Child C$3
Quebec City， QC
Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. It was founded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608， and some of the architecture in Old Quebec dates back centuries. The Chateau Frontenac is the most famous landmark.
The Hotel de Glace just outside Quebec City is the only Ice Hotel in North America. This amazing architectural achievement is reconstructed every winter entirely out snow and ice. There is even an ice chapel in which weddings are hosted.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$25; Child (5-8 yrs， 1-1.3 m) C$19 | Opening Hours: Jan - Mar， Only available in Winter Season
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.
A 31-storey， 132 m office skyscraper completed in 1972 in Quebec City， Canada. The brutalist style tower is the tallest building in the city， as well as the tallest building in Canada east of Montreal.
This morning， we embark on a beautiful journey to the Thousand Islands. You'll have the chance to take an optional cruise tour (additional cost) to see the historic Bold Castle on Heart Island. (The cruise is only available during summer). Afterwards， we'll return to Toronto with unforgettable memories thus ending our fantastic Canada East 3-Day Tour.
This morning， you can choose to join an optional tour: Dog Sledding. Later， we will transfer to Thousand Islands and you may take the Thousand Islands Helicopter Ride to see the beauty， romance， and grandeur of the 1000 Islands from the air (optional， admission not included). Afterwards， we'll return to Toronto with unforgettable memories thus ending our fantastic Canada East 3-Day Tour.
Experience the majesty and beautify of surrounding during an unforgettable dog sledding excursion. Take photos with happy and hard working Alaskan Malamute.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$59; Child C$59; Varies from CAD$30 to CAD$59 depending on locations
Dinner: 1 hrs (Fee applied)
Air-conditioned Tour Coach
Transportation in air-conditioned tour coach. 2-night hotel accommodations. English speaking tour guide. Tax
Canadian Museum of History (Optional)
C$13 (3-12 yrs)
Montreal Biodome (Optional)
C$12 (5-12 yrs)
Notre-Dame Basilica (Optional)
Olympic Stadium (Optional)
C$8 (5-17 yrs)
Olympic Tower (Optional)
C$12 (5-17 yrs)
St. Josephs Oratory (Optional)
Canadian War Museum (Optional)
C$12 (3-12 yrs)
Dog Sled (Optional)
Edifice Marie-Guyart (Optional)
Free (Under 12 yrs)
Ice Hotel (Optional)
C$19 (5-8 yrs， 1-1.3 m)
Thousand Islands， ON
Thousand Islands Helicopter (20Minute) (Optional)
Free (0-2 yrs)
Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
If you would like to join the optional activities， please pay the fee in cash to the tour guide. You cannot buy / use the tickets on your own or use City Passes. The tour guide will arrange the tickets for the group.
Choosing at least four attractions from below during the tour are mandatory， or a CAD$40/per person surcharge will apply.
Due to the severe weather in Canada， even the pre-paid attraction will be cancelled， we'll refund the full charge once it happend.
Each customer must choose at least 4 attractions during tour (Day 2 - Day 3)， otherwise CAD$40/person will be applied.
Air fares and transportation between your city and Toronto
Personal room fees such as laundry or valet services， telephone calls， or alcoholic beverages/mini bar items， unless they are otherwise specified.
All meals and drinks during the trip， but the tour guide will arrange for.
Mandatory service fees are required. Minimum: Min CAD $12.00 per person per day to the Driver and Guide. (Departure from April 1st， 2019， the mandatory fee would be CAD$ 14 per person per day)
Travel Insurance is recommended to customers for traveling. Please consult our sales representatives for details.
The Ice Hotel visiting and Dog Sled Ride might be canceled due to the weather condition.
Seating Arrangement: To be fair， the tour guide is responsible for the daily tourist car seating arrangements， the guest should be arranged according to the table.
(First 4 rows in the tour bus are VIP seats. You can book first 4 row seats for CAD $36/ person/ 3 days.)
No smoking in all hotels
Triple Room and Quad Room are to be shared with two double beds.
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Programs are subject to availability & may change without notice