These Journey Highlights have been hand-picked by our Travel Planners, based on their intimate knowledge of the destination and their conversations with our travelers.
Enjoy a full day exploring Halifax, including a visit to the Citadel and Museum of the Atlantic
Explore Peggy’s Cove, an authentic fishing village during your time in Halifax
Discover Prince Edward Island, site of the famous "Green Gables" farmhouse
Embark on a picturesque whale-watching adventure in Tadoussac
Admire the beauty of the Thousand Islands, an iconic outdoor paradise at the U.S. and Canadian border
Explore Quebec City’s magnificent churches and chic boutiques
Embark on a cable car ride to the top of the majestic Montmorency Falls
Get to know the architecture and culture of Montreal, one of Canada’s cultural gems
Enjoy scenic cruising along Lake Ontario, the “lake of shining waters”
Experience the many charms of Toronto, Canada’s largest city
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Hailed as the most French city outside of France, Québec is a spectacle of history, architecture, and activity. You’ll immerse yourself in the charm and character of UNESCO World Heritage Site Old Québec (Vieux-Québec), the last remaining fortified city north of Mexico, ride the Old Québec Funicular to the impressive Château Frontenac, perched atop Cape Diamond, and explore the fortress area of the Upper City passing Place d'Armes, the Québec Seminary, and the Convent.
Tadoussac: Located at the confluence of the St. Lawrence and Saguenay Rivers, Tadoussac is well-known as one of the most exciting whale-watching sites in the world. Between the months of May and October, up to 13 different species of whale can be spotted making their way upriver from the Atlantic Ocean. Once a spot heavily trafficked by hunters, today this region is a protected environment for these extraordinary creatures. Board a whale-watching cruise staffed by experts who will enlighten us on the behaviors and types of species found here, including impressive humpback and blue whales (the largest animals on the planet!)
Lake Ontario: the Iroquois word for "a beautiful lake,” Ontario sits at the base of Niagara Falls and is home to a number of islands, including the picturesque Thousand Islands region. As the smallest in the chain of Great Lakes, Ontario creates a favorable microclimate that helps support a major fruit- and wine-growing region. Keep your eyes open for swans, loons, and other migratory birds while cruising in this peaceful area.