About this Tour

See seven provinces and five states in this cross continent tour. From the history of old Quebec City to the postcard like beauty of Prince Edward Island this relaxing 25 day tour has it all. Don't think bus tour think motorcoach luxury with panoramic windows.

Activity Level

Level One

What's Included

  • Traditional PEI Lobster Dinner
  • The Cabot Trail
  • 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
  • Rita MacNeil’s Tea Room
  • Voyage to the Falls Boat Tour to the base of Niagara Falls
  • Magnetic Hill
  • Hopewell Rocks
  • Reversing Falls
  • Springhill Miners’ Museum
  • Tours of Montreal, Quebec City, Charlottetown & PEI, Halifax, Ottawa & Niagara Falls & Niagara on the Lake
  • Farewell Dinner
  • Bavarian Style Chicken Dinner
  • Wisconsin Dells Boat Tour

Dates & Pricing

September 10, 2019 – October 04, 2019 Space Available

Weather Varies

We wish we could control the weather, but on the day this tour begins you can expect temperatures (°C) within this range:

Niagara Falls

Highs21
Lows13

Charlottetown

Highs18
Lows10

Reviews of this tour

This was an excellent trip - we were kept busy & well informed and looked after. There were too many highlights (to pick a favourite) Ed & Marge Petrie - Onoway, AB - 2014

Itinerary

See seven provinces and five states in this cross continent tour. From the history of old Quebec City to the postcard like beauty of Prince Edward Island this relaxing 25 day tour has it all. Don't think bus tour think motorcoach luxury with panoramic windows.

Day 1 – Home Cities to Winnipeg, MB

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

Day 2 – Winnipeg to Thunder Bay, ON

Leaving the prairies behind, we cross the border into Ontario. This evening you’ll attend a welcome reception with your fellow travellers.

Day 3 – Thunder Bay to Sault Ste. Marie, ON

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, ON

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, ON

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

Day 6 – Ottawa to Quebec City, QC

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, QC

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, NB

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, PEI

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, PEI

A local guide will show us around Prince Edward Island, including a tour of Charlottetown. 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 Sydney, NS

Today we take a ferry across Northcumberland Strait to Caribou, NS and then follow the beautiful coastline of Nova Scotia north to scenic Cape Breton Island on our way to Sydney, our home for 2 nights. A treat this afternoon as we visit Rita MacNeil's Tea Room for tea and pastry. Before Rita's passing, when she knew WestWorld Tours was in town she would quite often stop by and surprise our passengers.

 

 

Day 12 – Cabot Trail

Today we travel the breath-taking 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 – Sydney 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, NS

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, NB

Today we leave Nova Scotia, after making a stop at Springhill, where we will visit the Miners’ Museum. From there we head to Saint John, New Brunswick, where you will see the unusual Reversing Falls.

Day 16 – Saint John to Gorham, NH

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 to Lake Placid, NY

A short drive takes us to the White Mountain Forest Park and the Cannon Mountain Tramway. This areial 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 is included today. We'll take a short ferry crossing on our way to Lake Placid, our home this evening.

 

 

Day 18 – Lake Placid to Victor

We continue to travel through the state of  New York to Victor

 

 

Day 19 – Victor to Niagara Falls, ON

We arrive in Niagara Falls early today. 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! We will meet a local guide this morning for a tour of the town and Niagara on the Lake.

 

Day 20 – Niagara Falls to Frankemuth, MI

Today we cross into Michigan and head for Frankemuth. This Barvarian-style town is home to an all year round Christmas store that boasts 50,000 ornaments.

 

Day 21 – Frankenmuth

Enjoy some free time to explore Frankenmuth today. An authentic Barvarian chicken dinner is included this evening.

 

Day 22 – Frankenmuth to Rockford, IL

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

Day 23 – Rockford to Minneapolis, MN

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

Day 24 – Minneapolis to Winnipeg, MB

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

Day 25 – Winnipeg to Saskatchewan

The final stretch home for all the Saskatchewan bound passengers.

What you will experience on this tour

See seven provinces and five states in this cross continent tour. From the history of old Quebec City to the postcard like beauty of Prince Edward Island this relaxing 25 day tour has it all. Don't think bus tour think motorcoach luxury with panoramic windows.

Traditional Lobster Dinner

Prepare your taste buds. You can’t say you’ve been to Prince Edward Island unless you have tried their famous lobster dinner.

The Cabot Trail

This scenic coastal highway is one of the most photographed highways in Canada. With views this spectacular, photos will never do them justice, these views must be witnessed

Maritime Museum & Grave Sites

Immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime history. Did you know victims of the Titanic were picked up by boats from Halifax and buried in Halifax?

Anne of Green Gables Cottage

As the setting of the popular novel “Anne of Green Gables”, the Green Gables Heritage place is one of the most notable literary landmarks in Canada.

Alexander Graham Bell Museum

Step into the life of the man who invented the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell.

Rideau Canal Cruise

First opened in case of a war with the United States, the Rideau Canal is the oldest continuously operated canal system in North America.

Confederation Bridge

Connecting Prince Edward Island with New Brunswick, the Confederation Bridge is considered one of the top engineering achievements of the 20th Century.

Cannon Mountain Tramway

Enjoy the panoramic views of valleys and mountains on the first passenger aerial tramway in North America. Don’t worry its been updated!

Dinner at a Quebec sugar shack

Surprisingly delectable, this maple infused meals will not disappoint your taste buds.

Peggy’s Cove

Still in operation and marking the eastern entrance to St. Margaret’s Bay, Peggy’s Point Lighthouse is one of the most recognizable lighthouses in the world.

Rita MacNeil’s Tea Room

Enjoy afternoon tea in what used to be Canadian singer/ song writer, Rita MacNeil’s house.

Biosphere II

Biosphere 2 was originally built to demonstrate the viability of closed ecological systems to support and maintain human life in outer space. Who wouldn’t want to check this out?

Magnetic Hill

Don’t let your eyes fool you, down is not up!

Hopewell Rocks

Home to the highest tides in the world, you will walk along the ocean floor, marvel at formations carved by tide and time, and explore caverns, all before the tides claim them for their own.

Reversing Falls

Watch as some of the highest tides in the world collide with the Saint John River creating a unique natural phenomenon.

Springhill Miners’ Museum

Take in the incredible industrial heritage of Springhill and its famous coal mine.

City tour of Montreal

Wander through Montreal’s many neighborhoods, from cobblestoned Old Town with the Gothic Revival Notre-Dame Basilica at its core, to the bohemian Plateau.

City tour of Quebec City

Positioned on the Saint Lawrence River Quebec City offers a rich history with stone buildings and narrow cobblestoned streets lined with bistros and boutiques.

City tour of Charlottetown

The picture-perfect example of seaside historic charm.

City tour of Halifax

City tour of Ottawa

Our Nation’s capital, filled with noteworthy museums and grand Victorian architecture.

City tour of Niagara Falls

City tour of Niagara on the lake

Sitting on the shores of Lake Ontario, this town is known for its wineries. Wander the tree-lined streets of old town taking in the 19th century architecture.

Bavarian style chicken dinner

The best way to experience food is with friends. Join all your new friends for a farewell dinner.

Wisconsin Dells boat tour

Glacially formed along the Wisconsin river, this gorge features striking sandstone formations that are best experienced by boat.

Farewell Dinner

Goodbyes are bittersweet. Make one last memory with your new friends by enjoying a meal and reflecting on the memories you made along the way.

Dates & Pricing

See seven provinces and five states in this cross continent tour. From the history of old Quebec City to the postcard like beauty of Prince Edward Island this relaxing 25 day tour has it all. Don't think bus tour think motorcoach luxury with panoramic windows.

September 10, 2019 – October 04, 2019 Space Available


Canadian Dollars

$4,999 Double

Triple $4,669
Quad  $4,599
Single $7,269

* All prices are person 

Not included in price:

  • Taxes and fees

Passengers not needing rooms in Winnipeg:
(September 11- October 3, 2019)

Deduct:

$100 Double

Triple $65
Quad  $50
Single $200


U.S. Dollars

Reviews

This was an excellent trip - we were kept busy & well informed and looked after. There were too many highlights (to pick a favourite) Ed & Marge Petrie - Onoway, AB - 2014

This tour took care of so many places we wanted to see but just never got around to yet. We appreciated the explanation along the way and the extra little excursions. Gordon & Norma Weber - Watson, SK - 2014

This tour was awesome and beyond our expectations. We were able to cross a few things off our bucket list. We thoroughly enjoyed this tour & highly recommend it Annette Kaip & Bill Ruckaber - Weyburn, SK - 2014

(did we give you value?) Yes, it seemed like a a lot to pay, but then once we got on the tour & realized how much was included the price was good. Loved every minute, trip of a lifetime for us. So many sights, sounds a variety of food, great hotels so many attractions to see in our "Canada" & really enjoyed the New England states with all the fall colours. Guide & driver an excellent team, the whole tour met our expectations. Linda & Bob Wilson - Invermay, SK

2015 Tour - (Tour Director Kari) Great personality & showed much kindness, very cheerful. (We know how hard you work for your money, did we give you value?) Yes. It was definitely worth it! Andy & Linda Sullivan - Williams Lake, BC

2015 Tour - This was our first bus tour so we had no idea what to expect. We were pleasantly surprised at all the time, thought and planning done on our behalf. Thank you. Kari went above and beyond looking out for passengers. Gerry & Lavale Smith - Shaunavon, SK

2015 Tour - WestWorld Tours is a very professional organization. We will definitely take another trip with them in the near future.Kari went above & beyond to accommodate all of us. She was very friendly & made sure we all enjoyed our trip. Christine Fuchs - Mellville, SK

Barb and Garnet Hart from Weyburn decided that an excellent way to celebrate Canada’s 150th was to travel in Canada. They figured their best option was to sign up for the WestWorld Tours Maritimes All Coach Tour.

“Garnet and I saw so much of Canada in one trip,” commented Barb. An epic journey that she felt started in Ottawa with visits to the Library of Parliament and to Parliament Hill, for the Northern Lights Sound and Light Show projected 30-storeys high on the backdrop of the Parliament Buildings. “After the show, we spontaneously stood up and proudly sang, O Canada,” said Barb.

The adventure continued in Quebec City followed by a scenic drive along the Gaspe Peninsula to New Brunswick. “In Fredericton, I enjoyed the most delicious bowl of clam chowder soup,” commented Barb. At Hopewell Rocks, Barb was amazed as she stood on the ocean floor during low tide. She also witnessed the Reversing Falls in St. John - a result of the incredible rise and fall of the tides of the Bay of Fundy.

Crossing the Confederation Bridge, Barb and Garnet journeyed to Prince Edward Island (PEI), a picturesque province with its colourful fall foliage and well-kept houses. The Anne of Green Gables home was beautiful, as well as the beach at Cavendish where you could literally see for miles in both directions. Garnet remarked that the traditional PEI lobster dinner at New Glasgow was delicious.

“I loved Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia,” commented Barb. “The accommodations at Baddeck were cozy and it was so lovely there.” The Alexander Graham Bell Museum contained artifacts, exhibits and photographs of the renowned inventor. Garnet enjoyed the Cabot Trail excursion while Barb shopped around town. One of the many highlights was attending the local Cèilidh - a traditional Scottish or Irish social gathering with live music and plenty of dancing.

On Barb’s must-see list was the stunning Halifax Public Gardens. The long walk to the Halifax Citadel rewarded the couple with a spectacular view of the city and harbour. On a guided city tour, they learned about the history of the Halifax explosion and the sinking of the ill-fated Titanic. After a visit to Peggy’s Cove, they headed to Niagara Falls after several days travelling through the New England States and New York. Garnet was in awe of this remarkable force of nature. Watching a ship pass through the locks at the Welland Canal was another highpoint of the tour.

Here’s what Barb and Garnet had to say about their WestWorld Tours experience:

“The tour director, Kari Carpentier, was wonderful and made everything fun. She had a great memory for names and faces, and was detail-oriented. Our coach driver, Dennis Day, was good-natured and helpful. He also had nerves of steel. On our way to Baddeck, a bear ran across the highway directly in front of us. Dennis handled the situation skillfully - the bear was not harmed and neither were we. I would recommend travelling with WestWorld Tours. You truly get value for your travel dollars and you can enjoy so much more with a guided-tour than you could travelling on your own.”

Barb and Garnet were so impressed with WestWorld Tours that they have already booked another tour and can’t wait for the next adventure to begin!

 

Garnet and Barb Hart at Peggy's Cove

Barb Hart at the Beach at Cavendish PEI

 

From the Prairies to the Maritimes

What an amazing trip - saw and did lots. Met lots of wonderful people. The Tour Director and bus driver were fantastic. Chris Mitchell - Regina, SK - 2016

It was an awesome tour! Our tour guide made it so much fun. We had an awesome group of people on our tour, we became like one big family, lots of laughs and good times! Allan and Joanna Kazakoff - Swift Current, SK - 2016

This was an absolutely amazing experience that we had looked forward to for almost 2-3 years. We were NOT disappointed. The driver was excellent and the director was amazing, cheerful and patient! B & D Campbell - Saskatoon, SK - 2016

What a wonderful, informative and educational trip. Great value for our money. Places I have only seen on TV brought to life. Thanks WestWorld! Sandra Long - Borden, SK - 2016

Great and very well organized tour. Truly enjoyable. Anke Martin Kaenel - Claresholm, AB - 2016

The tour guide and driver surpassed our greatest expectations. They helped to make this tour our “trip of a lifetime”. We do not do much travelling but this tour is one we will definitely recommend. Verna Doll - Caroline AB

What was the highlight of the tour for you? There are too many to mention. It was an excellent tour. John and Anne Duncan - Innisfail AB

This was our first bus tour amd I might add if all tours are like these we’ll book another real soon. Everyday was a holiday and Sunday was a picnic. Everything was super. Helen Heidinger - Arcola, SK

I Loved this tour in its entirety. (Question: did we give you value?) That and more (THANKS) Laura Harley - Melfort, SK

This is our 3rd WestWorld Tour and every one has been excellent. The service of tour guides & drivers could not be better. The tours are very well planned, very relaxing and most of all fun. We have learned many interesting facts on tour. D & R Veitch - Regina, SK

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