Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Canada’s beginnings. Combine the French province of Québec with the heady mix of native and Scottish ancestry that defines the Atlantic provinces.
• International flights with Air Transat based on London Gatwick in economy class
• Includes seat selection
• 17 nights accommodation
• Ferry crossing between Matane, Quebec and Baie Corneau, Quebec
• 18 days Intermediate car hire with Fully Inclusive insurance
• A personalised Roadbook, containing travel information and daily route maps
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Day 1 Montreal
From Montréal Airport, collect your car hire and drive to your downtown hotel. Overnight in Montréal.
Day 2 Montreal to Montmagny (303 km)
Travel eastward alongside the St. Lawrence River through the cultural heartland of French Canada. Overnight in Montmagny.
Day 3 Montmagny to Edmundston (243 km)
Travel through eastern Québec to experience a true taste of Québecois culture, before crossing into New Brunswick. Overnight in Edmundston.
Day 4 Edmundston to St. Andrews-By-The-Sea (348 km)
Journey through New Brunswick en route to the province’s southern shores. Overnight in the charming maritime community of St. Andrews-by-the-Sea.
Day 5 St. Andrews-By-The-Sea
Experience a day in the life of an East Coast villager. Embark on a marine wildlife and whale watching tour. Overnight in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea.
Day 6 St. Andrews-By-The-Sea to Digby (108 km land only)
Take the short journey to Saint John and enjoy a ferry ride across the deep blue waters of the Bay of Fundy. Overnight in Digby, Nova Scotia.
Day 7 Digby to Halifax (240 km)
Crossing the width of Nova Scotia, your route to Halifax takes you alongside the gates of Kejimkujik National Park and Peggy’s cove. Overnight in Halifax.
Day 8 Halifax to Baddeck (350 km)
Drive through the centre of Nova Scotia and arrive in Baddeck, often known as the gateway to the Cape Breton Highlands. Overnight in Baddeck.
Day 9 Baddeck
Today, we suggest a scenic drive along the Cabot Trail into the highlands of northern Cape Breton. Overnight in Baddeck.
Day 10 Baddeck to Shediac (425 km)
On the route back into New Brunswick, treat yourself to a lobster dinner at one of the local restaurants. Overnight in Shediac.
Day 11 Shediac to Caraquet (271 km)
Heading up the coast to Caraquet, stop at Kouchibouguac National Park. Overnight in Caraquet.
Day 12 Caraquet to Perce (422 km)
Follow the shores of the Baie des Chaleurs, crossing the border back into Québec. Overnight in Percé.
Day 13 Perce
Once the largest fishing port in Gaspé, Percé is now the gem of the entire region. Overnight in Percé.
Day 14 Perce to Matane (355 km)
Passing by the Gulf of St. Lawrence, arrive in Matane. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in Matane.
Day 15 Matane to Tadoussac (224 km land only)
Cross the wide waters of the St. Lawrence River to Baie-Comeau. Overnight in Tadoussac.
Day 16 Tadoussac to Quebec City (351 km)
As the river narrows, the spires and fortifications of Québec City come into view. Overnight in Québec City.
Day 17 Quebec City
Today you depart on a tour of historic and modern Québec City. Overnight in Québec City.
Day 18 Quebec City
Proceed to either Québec City Airport or Montréal International Airport for your flight home.
Please note: Ferry crossings between Digby, Nova Scotia and Saint John, New Brunswick are not included and payable locally.Want to alter anything?
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Selected departure dates between May and September 2018
Price based on London Gatwick departure, call for other departure airports
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