Canada 2018

  • Duration: 8 days
Availability : N/A

FROM 16 Sept 2018 TO 23 Sept 2018 ........... N/A

Day 1



Canada, a land of open spaces and a land of tradition.

Canada is a dream because of its wide-open spaces and the different colors it wears depending on the season. White coat in winter, orange ornament in autumn and green carpet in spring and summer, this country fascinates and promises a nature break on the American continent that will give flavor to your holidays.

Just before the cold of the Canadian winter, you will enjoy an exceptional phenomenon. A season where nature is adorned with its most beautiful colors. Red, yellow, orange, the trees draw a formidable painting, reinforcing the beauty of the landscape: it is the Indian summer that comes back, last warm weather announcing with it the winter.

Canadians and North-East Americans celebrate this last spark of summer torn from the certainty of cold weather and naked trees. Whole families scatter in the forests and parks of the Beautiful Canadian Provinces.

Follows the winter, a cold season but does not lose its charm. The Canadian Far North is a vital step in tours of Canada. During the winter season, you can enjoy a change of scenery in the vast snowy areas of the country. The opportunity to go dog sledding, cross-country skiing, or have a restful time on a luxury trip to Canada.

In the spring, nature changes color and the intense green chlorophyll infuses landscapes, announcing the summer flower carpets, in the mountains. It is also the season of salmon fishing.

A little bit of France in America.

Canada is known to be anglophone but also francophone in the province of Quebec. This region which includes the big city of Montreal, combines American style of life and language of Molière.

The warm and generous welcome of its people will enchant you during your stay in Canada. This unique region cultivates its difference compared to the rest of the English-speaking country. And if the accent and the expressions are sometimes confusing, the cultural and human wealth that you will find, will allow you to spend an exotic trip in Canada.




The Americans find it European, the French have made it their America of hearts. The fruit of a successful alchemy, Montreal combines the dynamism of the New World with the lifestyle of the old. More than just a tourist destination, it is above all a city to savor and live, while strolling through its different neighborhoods.


Econo Lodge Montreal Airport


The Econo Lodge Hotel Saint-Laurent, located only five kilometers from Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, is minutes away from major area attractions, such as the Casino de Montreal, Mount Royal Park, the Montréal Biodôme, the interactive science exhibition “Expotec” at the Montréal Science Center, the “La Ronde” amusement park, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Olympic Park and a multitude of fields golf, tennis and horse riding.

Several shopping centers including the shopping center “Center Côte-Vertu”, as well as a large number of restaurants and bars are within walking distance.

The Econo Lodge Hotel Saint-Laurent offers very distinctive services, including a free continental breakfast, free transportation to and from the airport 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, access to fax and copy services, data ports, the computer with access to the Internet.

Banquet and meeting rooms are available to host most events and business functions.

All spacious guest rooms are equipped with irons, ironing boards and cable television. In addition to standard amenities, some rooms include microwaves, refrigerators, and whirlpool tubs.

A coin laundry machine and dry cleaning are provided. A tour desk is located in the lobby.

Day 2

City Tour

In Montreal No need to walk kilometers of asphalt to pass from one world to another, to taste successively the sweet excitement of a Downtown delivered to office workers, the relaxed atmosphere of the streets of the Plateau and the Mile-End with their bars and trendy restaurants, be seduced by the Chinatown close to the Place des Arts and the Quartier des spectacles outdoor.

You can go shopping in the prestigious underground galleries of Place Ville-Marie, or be frankly excited by the festive mood of the Latin Quarter.

Not to mention the parks stuffed with squirrels, the lawns mowed close to the residential area of ​​Outremont or the Victorian homes of Westmount.

Montreal is a city like a kaleidoscope, enriched by an amazing marriage of communities.

She cultivates a sweet lifestyle at the limit of indolence during the day. Nightlife, it moves almost every night of the week! An intense energy that serves a varied cultural program, and tints human relationships of simplicity and warmth, making Montreal evenings unique: Montreal is America in all its diversity.

Day 3



For this relaxing day, take the time to rest at the hotel, or relax while strolling the streets of Montreal, and if you want to win another day of vacation and discovery, we offer the following excursions :

Olympic stadium.

Rio Tinto Planetarium.

Sails in Sails.

Vortex racing.

Bubble Soccer.

Day 4



In the early 1850s, several cities, including Toronto and Montreal, contested the title of united Canada’s capital. In 1857, Queen Victoria chose Bytown as its capital, which was immediately renamed Ottawa. This choice of a logging town was strongly contested by some.

In the years that followed, it was equipped with buildings to accommodate the government.

 Parliament buildings were destroyed in a fire in 1916, except for the library. They were rebuilt in four years.

Canada’s Capital is a quiet city, clean and fun to navigate. Stretching along the Ottawa River, Ottawa marks the border between the provinces of Quebec and Ontario. Political and administrative center, it has a large number of points of interest that can be seen by visiting.

Every tourist will be sure to visit Parliament Hill, one of Canada’s symbols. Its three neo-Gothic buildings are strangely reminiscent of the House of Parliament in London.

Another symbol of Ottawa, the Rideau Canal divides the city in two. In winter, it becomes the longest ice rink in the world! In summer, we travel by boat or we walk on its banks.

It’s easy to be absorbed by visiting Ottawa’s remarkable museums.

Located in Hull, across the Ottawa River, the Canadian Museum of Civilization traces Canada’s history through life-size reconstructions. It is also difficult not to visit the Fine Arts Museum and its collections of Inuit art as well as its section on European painting.

Lovers of greenery will be delighted to walk in one of the many parks of the capital or in the famous Gatineau Park, about twenty minutes from downtown, while the Byward Market old and modern Ottawa.


Comfort Inn Ottawa East


The Comfort Inn Ottawa East hotel is conveniently located in the east end of Ottawa, Ontario, just minutes from downtown, providing easy access to the Ottawa International Airport, the University of Ottawa, the National Arts Center, Rideau Canal Skateway, Rideau Carleton Racecourse and ByWard Market.

There are several museums in the area, including the Aviation Museum and the Science and Technology Museum.

The Comfort Inn Ottawa East is a non-smoking hotel offering a variety of amenities.

 All rooms at the hotel are equipped with a 32-inch flat-screen TV, a fridge and a microwave. Free Wi-Fi is also available.

Guests of Ottawa East Comfort Inn can enjoy a free hot breakfast with eggs, bacon or sausages, waffles, cereal, yogurt, bread, juice and coffee. and tea.

 You can take it in the dining room or in the privacy of your room.

Day 5



Toronto totals 6.1 million people, forming the fourth largest agglomeration in North America after Mexico, New York and Los Angeles.

More than one in six Canadians lives in the political capital of Ontario (and one in four within 2 hours of driving).

How to explain such a development? Everything lies in the dynamism of immigration.


Holiday Inn Toronto Airport East


Welcome to the Holiday Inn Toronto Airport East. Conveniently located near Pearson International Airport, it offers a free airport shuttle every 30 minutes, free wired and wireless high-speed Internet access, and an unforgettable stay for both business and leisure travelers.

Guests of this full-service Toronto Airport hotel can take advantage of the hotel’s indoor heated pool, fitness center or large restaurant.

Vacationers are sure to enjoy its location near many Toronto attractions, such as the Toronto Maple Leaf’s and Toronto Raptors, or visit the Hershey Center in Mississauga.

If you prefer shopping, the Square One Shopping Center and Sherway Gardens are both a short drive from the hotel.

Day 6

City Tour

Toronto is today the most cosmopolitan city in the world: more than half of its inhabitants were born abroad and no less than 130 languages ​​and dialects are spoken there.

Thus, many ethnic districts dot the city, from the inevitable Chinatown to Greektown, through Little India and Little Italy.

Nothing really spectacular, but an astonishing mosaic that has replaced the idea of ​​the melting pot: Welcome to the era of multiculturalism and the “global village” – an expression born here.

This diversity has become the identity of Torontonians, and it is amazing how much conflicting communities here know how to live together in peace.

Although it is colder than Montréal, Toronto seems more austere at first glance. But above all utilitarian, in short, Anglo-Saxon to the tips of the nails, bristling with a multitude of glass skyscrapers.

But Toronto offers another face: that of a city where stress remains contained and where, in the shadow of tall buildings, spread from endearing neighborhoods to Victorian homes, alternating flowering streets and small parks populated by squirrels. Here is also a city rich in skin colors, small ethnic restaurants and fusion, festivals, bars where the music is tasted like beer out of the many craft breweries in the province. Fashion is flourishing and the design scene is doing well, reinvesting long neglected neighborhoods.

No wonder Toronto ranks fourth in the world’s most livable cities

Day 7

Niagara Falls ( EXTRA )


Ontario is home to the famous Niagara Falls. Gigantic, vertiginous and sometimes considered the eighth wonder of the world, they are a real rite of passage for those who discover Eastern Canada. Easily accessible from Toronto, Niagara Falls attracts by their beauty both natural and, we can say, stunning! They form a natural boundary between Canada and the United States.

Niagara Falls spills more than 6.8 million liters of water per second along a horseshoe 675 m long and 54 m high. Spectacular!

Because they are the most powerful in North America, Niagara Falls attracts nearly 15 million visitors every year. So, ready for a discovery that will literally take your breath away?


Day 8

After Breakfast transfer to the airport.


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