Door 2 Tour

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Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Canada East To West

USA & Canada
  • Duration: 21 days
  • Board Basis: Mixed Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TJUSSUCEW

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Air

Explore Montreal, Quebec City, the Laurentian Mountains, and marvel at the iconic Niagara Falls. Discover the Rocky Mountains - dramatic peaks, jade-green lakes and pine forests, as well as exploring the beautiful city of Vancouver on this grand Canadian tour from East to West.

Explore Montreal, Quebec City, the Laurentian Mountains, and marvel at the iconic Niagara Falls. Discover the Rocky Mountains - dramatic peaks, jade-green lakes and pine forests, as well as exploring the beautiful city of Vancouver on this grand Canadian tour from East to West.

PRICE FROM ? £5499 per person
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What's Included

​Just You Tour Manager as your host

Return Flights from Heathrow with Air Canada

Use of an airport lounge in the UK

19 nights in hotels of a great standard plus 1 night in flight

23 meals: 19 breakfasts, 2 lunch, 2 dinners

Local Flavours : Sugar shack lunch & melting maple taffy
                          Enjoy gourmet treats at Granville Island’s Market

Specialist Local Guides

Welcome dinner & drink, and farewell drink

Overseas transfers & other transportation​

Porterage

Dedicated Just You representative to greet you at all UK airports
 

    Tour of the vibrant French-speaking city of Montreal
  • Tour of Quebec City
  • Tour of Canada’s capital, Ottawa
  • Visit a traditional sugar shack for lunch
  • 1000 Islands cruise from Rockport
  • Tour of Toronto’s highlights
  • See the spectacular Niagara Falls
  • Banff sightseeing
  • Lake Louise
  • Jasper, Maligne Lake & Maligne Canyon
  • Vancouver & Stanley Park

Not Included

Itinerary

  • Day 1 UK - Montreal
  • Depart on your scheduled flight to Montreal, and on arrival we'll transfer to our hotel. 
  • Day 2 Montreal
  • Today we'll get to know Montreal on a tour of the city's main highlights. We'll discover the historic old port area, where the first colonists would have arrived on the shores of the St Lawrence River in 1642. Then we'll head to the magnificent Notre Dame Basilica, which is a masterpiece of Gothic Revival architecture. Inside we'll discover a striking interior filled with hundreds of intricate wooden carvings, beautiful stained glass windows and colourful vaults decorated with golden stars. We'll also see the immense Olympic Stadium, which was the main venue for the 1976 Olympic Games.
    After your tour, enjoy free time to explore the old port area further in the company of your travelling companions. Or maybe head to the 'Underground City', an extensive pedestrian network of offices, shops, hotels, restaurants and more which offers Montrealers protection from the long, cold winters. After a welcome drink, we’ll head to a local restaurant for a welcome dinner of French-Canadian cuisine.
  • Day 3 Montreal - Quebec City
  • We arrive in Quebec City today, a 400-year-old fortified city with an intact fortress - La Citadelle - at its heart. As we head out to explore we'll discover many historic highlights, with the fairy-tale Château Frontenac hotel dominating the skyline. On a stroll we'll see the grand City Hall, the Military Drill Hall, the Latin Quarter, Old Quebec and the Plains of Abraham. This was the scene of the decisive battle in 1759 between the French and the English for the control of Canada. This afternoon is free, so why not explore further at your own pace.
  • Day 4 Quebec City
  • The choice is all yours today – you can further explore the cobbled streets of Quebec City at your leisure, or you can take an optional trip to Baie-Sainte-Catherine. Located at the junction of the St Lawrence River and the Saquenay Fjord, this is a hot spot for whale-watching. The journey itself offers fantastic river views, and the chance to see whales in their natural habitat is something you'll never forget.​​
  • Day 5 Quebec City - Laurentian Mountains
  • We'll revel in the beauty of the Laurentian Mountains today, as we make our way to the resort town of Mont Tremblant, on the shores of Lake Tremblant.​ En route we're going to make a stop at an authentic Quebecois Sugar Shack for lunch. Originally used for the production of maple syrup, what we'll enjoy here today is traditional Quebec cuisine.​ 
    On arrival in Tremblant, you'll have free time to explore you'll find a huge choice of shops and restaurants, or maybe you'll choose to ride a gondola to the top of the highest peak in the Laurentians for amazing views.​
  • Day 6 Laurentian Mountains - Ottawa
  • ​We journey into the province of Ontario today and on to Ottawa, where we stay tonight. On arrival we'll head off on a walking tour of Canada's modern-day capital city. Highlights include Confederation Square and the grounds of Parliament Hill, home of Canada's government. We'll also stroll along the pedestrian mall Sparks Street, and see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which sits in front of the National War Museum. By lunchtime we'll be in the historic ByWard Market, home to many pubs, cafes and restaurants, so why not stop for refreshments with your travelling companions. You can then explore further at your own pace, and we highly recommend a visit to Rideau Hall, the official residence and workplace of Canada’s Governor General, to view the changing of the guards - which takes place each hour.
  • Day 7 Ottawa - Toronto
  • En route to Toronto today we'll pause in Rockport, a tiny town situated on the banks of the mighty St Lawrence River and gateway to the beautiful 1000 Islands. We'll board a boat here for a cruise through the heart of the islands to discover a lush landscape dotted with luxurious cottages, vast estates and fairy-tale castles.
    As you soak up the tranquil atmosphere it's hard to imagine the area's colourful history, when it was blighted by significant skirmishes between the US and British-controlled Canada during the War of 1812. 
    As we sail, look out for Boldt Castle, built by the owner of New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in 1900 for his wife, who sadly died before it was completed. Another interesting sight is Zavikon Island, which has what is considered the shortest international bridge in the world. At just 32 feet long, it connects this Canadian island, on which there is a house, to a smaller US island, which is used as a garden. After our cruise we'll continue to Toronto.
  • Day 8 Toronto
  • Canada's largest city is going to be a delight to explore on your morning tour. This sprawling multi-cultural metropolis offers so much. There are landmarks including the Parliament building, City Hall and the Roger's Centre Stadium, which is home to the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team. Then you've got beautiful beaches on Lake Ontario's shores, a zoo and the largest aquarium in the country.
    With a free afternoon, see how many you can fit in!
    For spectacular panoramic views, a trip to the top of the CN Tower in one of the glass-fronted lifts is highly recommended. You could also spend time strolling through the Old Town, with its great markets.​​
  • Day 9 Niagara Falls
  • Today is the day you get to experience one of Canada's most iconic natural wonders, the awesome Niagara Falls. Consisting of three waterfalls - Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls - they are a breathtaking sight, and how you view them is up to you. The thrill of flying overhead on an optional helicopter ride is hard to beat. Another option is a cruise on the Niagara River, which will get you really close to the thundering waters.
  • Day 10 Niagara Falls - Calgary
  • ​We'll spend more time at Niagara Falls this morning to see even more of this amazing natural wonder. Later, we'll transfer to the airport for our flight to Calgary.
  • Day 11 Calgary - Banff
  • Today you'll transfer to Banff for a sightseeing tour of Banff National Park. In Banff National Park's huge pine forests, black and grizzly bears still roam free and the area is home to spectacular sights such as wondrous snow-capped peaks, crystal-clear lakes, sparkling streams and rugged canyons with crashing waterfalls. Our tour today includes visits to the Hoodoos, Surprise Corner and Bow Falls, and you might opt to take a ride on the Banff Gondola. This evening we'll get together for dinner​.
  • Day 12 Lake Louise
  • Lake Louise – a glacial jade-green lake high in the mountains, surrounded on all sides by towering peaks – is often described as the most beautiful place in Canada. Our included excursion to the lake today gives you the chance to see if you agree.
  • Day 13 Banff - Jasper
  • The Banff-Jasper Highway reaches almost 7,000ft above sea level at points and is flanked by great mountain ranges soaring to more than 11,000ft. As we head along this magnificent highway to Jasper, a stop at the Great Columbia Icefield provides an opportunity to take an Ice Explorer ride across the Athabasca Glacier.
  • Day 14 Jasper
  • ​The former railroad town of Jasper is now home to the breathtakingly beautiful Jasper National Park. On this morning's tour we'll view the turquoise waters of Maligne Lake, set in a canyon and ringed by snow- and ice-capped mountains.

    During free time this afternoon you could choose to take an optional river raft ride, and in the evening there's the chance to take a walk on the wild side with an optional nature walk.

  • Day 15 Sun Peaks
  • Our journey to Sun Peaks in British Columbia takes us over Yellow Head Pass, past Mount Robson – the highest peak in the Rockies – and along the Trans-Canada Highway. The scenery may be spectacular but the highlight of your day is sure to be our stop at Blue River for an exciting Rockies river safari. This once-in-a-lifetime cruise will take you through Grizzly Bear Valley on the lookout for an array of wildlife including moose, eagles, ospreys and, of course, grizzly bears.​
  • Day 16 Vancouver
  • We continue our scenic journey through the Rockies today, towards the Pacific Ocean and the coastal city of Vancouver.
  • Day 17 Vancouver
  • Boasting one of the most beautiful settings in the world, Vancouver is surrounded by mountains, forests and delightful islands. On our sightseeing tour we'll take in Chinatown, Gas Town, the remarkable 1,000-acre Stanley Park with its famous totem poles and the magnificent harbour.Granville Island is a huge draw for locals and tourists alike, thanks to its theatres, restaurants and shops. The highlight for most is the indoor public market with stalls selling gourmet delicacies, baked goods and seafood. We have organised a light lunch of sweet and savoury samples to tantalize your tastebuds. 
  • Day 18 Vancouver - at leisure
  • Victoria on Vancouver Island can be reached by ferry, and if you choose to join an optional excursion, that’s how we’ll reach the capital of British Columbia. On our city tour you’ll be able to admire the architecture here and see how its British Victorian heritage is perfectly preserved. More highlights include the marvellous Butchart Gardens – 50 acres of spectacular floral displays and emerald-coloured lawns. We’ll also visit the Parliament Building and the
    classic Empress Hotel, sitting next to Victoria’s sparkling harbour.
  • Day 19 Vancouver - at leisure
  • Vancouver’s North Shore, featuring the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain, is well worth a visit and you can do so on an optional excursion if you wish. A farewell drink with your fellow travellers this evening will bring y our tour to a perfect end
  • Days 20 & 21 Vancouver to UK
  • ​​You'll fly back to the UK on day 20, arriving in the UK on day 21.​
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Accommodation

    • Hotel Zero 1
    • The modern and stylish Hotel Zero 1 is located in the heart of downtown Montreal. They have plenty of amenities including their new Tapas restaurant, free Wi-Fi, fitness centre, spa and panoramic terrace on the 5th floor. All rooms feature flat-screen TVs, iPod stereos, hairdryers and coffee makers.
    • Hotel PUR Quebec
    • Hotel PUR Quebec, situated in the historic Saint-Roch Quarter, is just minutes away from many local attractions including L’Imperial de Quebec Theatre and Victoria Park. Every room features free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV and an iPod docking station. Other hotel facilities include an indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a 24-hour gym. American and Asian-inspired cuisine is served in the restaurant, located on-site.
    • Holiday Inn Express & Suites Mount Tremblant
    • The recently refurbished Holiday Inn Express Mont Tremblant is only a stone’s throw away from the slopes, set in a picturesque ski village. The hotel boasts comfortable rooms, Wi-Fi, sauna, outdoor whirlpool bath, swimming pool (in the summer) and fantastic customer service.
    • Capital Hill Hotel & Suites
    • Capital Hill Hotel & Suites is located in the heart of downtown Ottawa in the midst of the city’s business and tourist district. Hotel facilities include free Wi-Fi, 24-hour access to the fitness room and café. Bedroom facilities include coffee-making facilities, hairdryer and private facilities.
    • Chelsea Hotel
    • The Eaton Chelsea Hotel Toronto is conveniently located within easy walking distance of many of the city''s attractions.

      Hotel facilities include a choice of restaurants and bars, a health club, rooftop terrace and indoor pool. Bedrooms have private facilities, air-conditioning, TV, coffee/tea-maker, iron and hairdryer.
    • DoubleTree Fallsview Resort & Spa by Hilton - Niagara Falls
    • This full service hotel is two blocks from Horseshoe Falls and American Falls in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Traditional rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers and minifridges. Amenities include a chophouse restaurant, coffee bar and spa. There's also an indoor pool, sauna and fitness centre.
    • Ramada Plaza Calgary Downtown
    • The well located Ramada Plaza Calgary is within walking distance of local entertainment, shopping and dining. Guest rooms benefit from en- suite, complimentary Wi-Fi, flat screen televisions, hairdryer, and tea/coffee making facilities. With amenities at the hotel itself including two restaurants, fitness centre and outdoor swimming pool.
    • Mount Royal Hotel
    • Perfectly situated downtown in the very heart of Banff and overlooking the mountains, this historic hotel has been situated here since 1908. The hotel has been completely updated this winter inspired by the history of the hotel and the area.

      Warm, relaxed rooms and suites benefit from a desk area, complimentary high speed Wi-Fi, mini-fridge, kettle and coffee machine, smart TV, hairdryer, safe and iron.

      There are four dining options at the hotel including Tony Roma''s restaurant, a guest lounge and Toque Canadian Pub. Additionally the hotel boasts a library, and roof top lounge with outdoor hot tubs.
    • Lobstick Lodge
    • The Lobstick Lodge in Jasper is a comfortable hotel in a lovely setting, boasting a lovely outdoor patio area.

      Hotel facilities include an indoor pool and fitness centre. Bedrooms have private facilities, TV, minifridge, hairdryer and Wi-Fi.
    • Coast Sundance Lodge
    • Located in the centre of Sun Peaks, the hotel has facilities including a café, bar and deli. Guest rooms have en-suite and tea/coffee making facilities.
    • Holiday Inn & Suites Vancouver Downtown
    • A 7-minute walk from shopping on Robson Street, this modern hotel is also a 10-minute walk from the Hornby Street Aquabus, which offers direct access to Granville Island. Hotel rooms come with flat-screen TVs and desks, plus minifridges and coffeemakers. The facility also offers a casual restaurant/lounge, an indoor heated pool and a 24-hour exercise room, plus a spa.
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Optional Excursions

    Helicopter flight over Niagara Falls
  • Whale-watching at Baie-Sainte-Catherine in Quebec
  • Ride the Banff Gondola to the top of Sulphur Mountain
  • Rockies Helicopter flight
  • Athabasca Glacier Ice Explorer
  • Jasper river raft ride
  • Evening nature walk in Jasper
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge Park & Grouse Mountain on Vancouver’s North Shore
  • Victoria sightseeing & Butchart Gardens


 

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Further Information

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