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Autumn in Ontario and Quebec is a unique spectacle to behold for both casual outdoor enthusiasts and artists at heart.
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12 nights accommodation, meals as indicated, sightseeing as specified, 12 days car rental and a personalised
Daily, 13 Sep - 19 Oct '19
Beginning in Toronto, the route quickly travels into the vibrant forests of St. Lawrence valley to activity-rich resorts, historic cities of limestone and colonial architecture and wide canals dotted with fallen, multi-coloured leaves. A cruise of the 1000 Islands maximizes views of the fall colours as they reflect in the tranquil waters and vistas from the mountaintops of Quebec bathe the horizon in hues of every shade.
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Beautiful mountain village of Mont Tremblant
1000 Islands Cruise
Private cottage at Elmhirst Resort
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Arrive in Toronto and explore Canada's largest city.
Enjoy a full day exploring Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site dominated by cobblestone streets, historic buildings and a lively Quebecois community.
Explore the small villages and communities that showcase the pastoral beauty of the province.
Enjoy the short drive to Montreal. This evening indulge in the culinary delights of this sophisticated city.
Check out of your hotel and return your rental car.
Enjoy a second day to explore Toronto. Wander the neighbourhoods and urban parks showing off their fall colours.
Head northeast to the 'cottage country' belt that surrounds the city. Spend the next two days in a private cottage, at Elmhirst Resort and enjoy all the amentiies offered at this sprawling lakeside retreat.
Enjoy a day of activity and adventure. Canoe or kayak on the lake, visit the onsite working farm or go for a hike to take in the autumn colours.
Travel into the lush forests of the St Lawrence basin and embark on a spectacular cruise of the 1000 Islands region - a river interspaced with countless small islands, creating a magical landscape.
Arrive in Canada's capital, Ottawa. taske in the Neo-Gothic Parliament buildings surrounded by stunning parklands and bisected by the picturesque Rideau Canal.
Cross the border into Quebec and ascend the Laurentian Mountains to the charming resort village of Mont Tremblant.
Mont Tremblant is awash in colour this time of year, so you may chose to hike some of the local trails. Alternatively, visit the village of St Jovite for a taste of colonial Quebec.
Enjoy the scenic drive on the 'King's Highway' passing through numerous historical villages before arriving in Quebec City.
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