Maritimes All Coach

  • September 9 - October 3, 2014
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Highlights

The Canadian Museum of Civilization
Traditional PEI Lobster Dinner
Maritime Museum & Grave Sites
Anne of Green Gables Cottage
Alexander Graham Bell Museum
Rideau Canal Cruise
Confederation Bridge
Cannon Mountain Tramway
Two Ferry Crossings
Dinner at a Quebec Sugar Shack
Peggy's Cove
Voyage to the Falls Boat Tour to the base of Niagara Falls
Notre Dame Cathedral & Mount Royal
Magnetic Hill
Hopewell Rocks
Reversing Falls
City Tour of Montreal, Quebec City, Charlottetown, Halifax, Ottawa & Niagara Falls
Farewell Dinner
Bavarian Style Chicken Dinner
Wisconsin Dells Boat Tour 

Pricing

 $4,199 PP Double + taxes & fees

Triple: $3,999 + taxes & fees
Quad: $3,949 
+ taxes & fees
Single: $5,979 + taxes & fees

Passengers not needing rooms in Winnipeg:
(September 10-October 2 **23 days**)
Double deduct $100
Triple deduct $90
Quad deduct $80
Single deduct $200

All prices per person + tax

Important Information

Itinerary

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Day 1 Saskatchewan to Winnipeg, Manitoba

Day 1

Saskatchewan to Winnipeg, Manitoba

We’re heading East! Farewell Saskatchewan; hello Manitoba!

Day 2 Winnipeg to Thunder Bay, Ontario

Day 2

Winnipeg to Thunder Bay, Ontario

Leaving the prairies behind, we cross the border into Ontario. On our way to Thunder Bay, we make a stop at beautiful Kakabeka Falls. This evening you’ll attend a welcome reception with your fellow travellers.

Day 3 Thunder Bay to SS Marie, Ontario

Day 3

Thunder Bay to SS Marie, Ontario

Today we follow the coastline of spectacular Lake Superior on our way to Sault Ste Marie. There will be plenty of opportunities to stop for photos along the way.

Day 4 Sault Ste. Marie to Ottawa, Ontario

Day 4

Sault Ste. Marie to Ottawa, Ontario

We say goodbye to the Great Lakes and central Ontario as we make our way to Canada’s capital, Ottawa, our home for the next two nights. The evening will be free for you to enjoy.

Day 5 Ottawa, Ontario

Day 5

Ottawa, Ontario

Our day starts with a city tour of Ottawa, and Parliament Hill. After a busy morning snapping pictures, you’ll get a chance to relax onboard a cruise of the Rideau Canal. After the cruise, we will visit the Canadian Museum of Civilization, where you can view exhibits of over 20,000 years of Canada’s diverse human and cultural history. We’ll end the day with a reception where you’ll meet your fellow passengers.

Day 6 Ottawa to Quebec City, Quebec

Day 6

Ottawa to Quebec City, Quebec

After crossing the border into ‘La Belle Province’ we head to Montreal where a local guide will take us on a city tour. Then on to Quebec City which will be home for 2 nights.

Day 7 Quebec City, Quebec

Day 7

Quebec City, Quebec

We’ll start the day with a guided tour of this fascinating walled city, then on to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré.  The afternoon is your own to relax or explore. Dinner tonight is at an authentic Quebec Sugar Shack

Day 8 Quebec City to Fredericton, New Brunswick

Day 8

Quebec City to Fredericton, New Brunswick

Today we’ll stop for a unique coffee break at St Jean Port Joli, famous for its wood carvers, and then on to Hartland, New Brunswick the home of the world’s longest covered bridge. Next stop is Fredericton, where we’ll take a tour of the city before checking into our hotel.

Day 9 Fredericton to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Day 9

Fredericton to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Our first attraction today is Hopewell Rocks and then a stop at Magnetic Hill in Moncton, where vehicles appear to roll uphill!  On our way to PEI, we cross the 13km long Confederation Bridge, then on to our hotel in Charlottetown for two nights

Day 10 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Day 10

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

A local guide will show us around Prince Edward Island, including a tour of Charlottetown and Province House. Of course, no tour of PEI would be complete without a visit to the Anne of Green Gables house.  Your dinner tonight is in New Glasgow, where you will enjoy a traditional PEI Lobster Dinner (beef or ham is available if you are not a seafood lover).

Day 11 Charlottetown to Baddeck, NS

Day 11

Charlottetown to Baddeck, NS

 

Today we take a ferry across Northumberland Strait to Caribou, NS and then follow the beautiful coastline of Nova Scotia north to scenic Cape Breton Island.
Day 12 Baddeck, Nova Scotia

Day 12

Baddeck, Nova Scotia

 

This will be a day to remember your trip on the Cabot Trail, the most photographed and scenic highway in Canada. There will be lots of photo stops along the way.  We will also visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum today.
Day 13 Baddeck to Halifax, NS

Day 13

Baddeck to Halifax, NS

Today our city tour of historic Halifax includes a visit to the grave-sites of some of the passengers on the ill-fated Titanic.

Day 14 Halifax, Nova Scotia

Day 14

Halifax, Nova Scotia

We will have a free morning today, and in the afternoon we visit the Maritime Museum and then on to the most photographed village in Canada, Peggy’s Cove.

Day 15 Halifax to Saint John, New Brunswick

Day 15

Halifax to Saint John, New Brunswick

Today we leave Nova Scotia, after making a stop at Springhill, home of the Anne Murray Centre. From there we head to Saint John, New Brunswick, where you will see the unusual Reversing Falls.

Day 16 Saint John to Gorham, New Hampshire

Day 16

Saint John to Gorham, New Hampshire

Fall scenery should really be dominant today, as we cross the border into the US and the states of Maine and New Hampshire. Then on to Gorham, our home for the next two nights.

Day 17 Gorham, New Hampshire

Day 17

Gorham, New Hampshire

A short drive takes us to the White Mountain Forest Park and the Cannon Mountain Tramway. This aerial tramway whisks you above the timberline to the 4,200 ft summit where you can see the mountains of 4 states and Canada!  Your lunch today is included.

Day 18 Gorham to Syracuse, NY

Day 18

Gorham to Syracuse, NY

Today we travel through the forested Appalachian Mountains of Vermont, before crossing the border into New York State and our home for this evening, Syracuse. We’ll take short ferry crossing on our way. 

Day 19 Syracuse to Niagara Falls, Ontario

Day 19

Syracuse to Niagara Falls, Ontario

We arrive in Niagara Falls early today which gives plenty of time to enjoy our two-night stay here. Prepare to get a little wet as you get up close and personal with the falls on the Voyage to the Falls Boat Tour. This sturdy vessel takes us to the base of the falls where the water thunders all around. These tours have operated continuously since 1846!

Day 20 Niagara Falls, Ontario

Day 20

Niagara Falls, Ontario

We will meet a local guide this morning for a tour of the town, but the rest of the day is yours to explore.
Dinner tonight is included as we say farewell to some of our new friends who fly home in the morning.

Day 21 Niagara Falls to Frankenmuth, Michigan

Day 21

Niagara Falls to Frankenmuth, Michigan

After quick stops in London and Sarnia, we cross into Michigan and head for Frankenmuth. This Bavarian-style town is home to an all year round Christmas store that boasts 50,000 ornaments. An authentic Bavarian chicken dinner is included this evening.

Day 22 Frankenmuth to Beloit, Wisconsin

Day 22

Frankenmuth to Beloit, Wisconsin

We should see some great fall foliage on our way to Beloit. What a contrast to the glass towers of downtown Chicago.

Day 23 Beloit to Minneapolis, Minnesota

Day 23

Beloit to Minneapolis, Minnesota

A visit to the Wisconsin Dells and a unique boat trip is on the agenda, before heading to the Twin Cities. Join all your new friends tonight for our WestWorld Tours' Farewell Dinner.

Day 24 Minneapolis to Winnipeg, Manitoba

Day 24

Minneapolis to Winnipeg, Manitoba

We head north, back into more familiar territory. After a break at Duty Free, we cross into Canada. Tonight some of our passengers will say goodbye.

Day 25 Winnipeg to Saskatchewan

Day 25

Winnipeg to Saskatchewan

The final stretch home for all the Saskatchewan bound passengers.