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Maritimes lighthouse

Explore seven provinces and five states on this cross-country tour through the Canadian Maritimes, Appalachian Mountains and Niagara Falls. Board a cruise down the Rideau Canal, take the tram up Cannon Mountain and the discover the Wisconsin Dells on a Boat Tour. Experience the illusion of Magnetic Hill and the wonder of the Reversing Falls. Take in some history at the Maritime Museum & Grave Sites, and the Springhill Miners Museum. Tour Montreal, Quebec City, PEI, Charlottetown, Halifax, Ottawa, Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake. An unforgettable experience!

calendar icon 26 Days    location icon 2 Countries     meal icon 18 Meals

 

Itinerary

Itinerary

Day 1 – Regina to Winnipeg, MB

We’re heading East! Farewell Saskatchewan; hello Manitoba! The coach will start in Saskatoon, travel south through Regina and into Winnipeg for the first night.

Fly-in guests join the tour in Winnipeg, and transfer to the hotel.

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

Crossing the border into ‘La Belle Province’, travel to Trois Rivieres and tour the BOREALIS Museum. This former industrial heritage site transformed into a museum will allow you to discover the themes of the forest, the log drive, the loggers, without forgetting the life of the workers of yesteryear. 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 Bathurst, NB

A unique coffee break at St Jean Port Joli, famous for its wood carvers. Next, a stop at Rimouski, QC at the Pointe-au-Pere Historic Site and Maritime Museum.  Climb the 128 steps to the top of the Pointe-au-Pere Lighthouse for a breathtaking view of Rimouski Bay.  It was completed in 1909 and it’s the second tallest lighthouse in Canada at 33 metres (108 feet).  After, be transported into the life of a deep-sea diving submariner, the 90-metre-long Onondaga Submarine which was operational in the North Atlantic between 1967 and 2000.  Explore the control and engineering rooms, propellers, sonar, and the bunks!  Finally, tour the Maritime Museum which is a treasure trove of information on the area’s rich Maritimes history.

Day 9 – Bathurst to Charlottetown, PEI

The first attraction today will be the Irving Eco-Centre, la Dune de Bouctouche.  This sand dune stretches 12 km across Bouctouche Bay, a result of the constant action of wind, tides, and sea currents since the last ice age. Every major storm, its shape changes. Stroll along the 800-metre boardwalk, perhaps catching sight of the shore and migrating birds that make the dune their habitat.  The interpretive centre has educational and interactive displays describing the dunes.  Heading to PEI, cross the 13km long Confederation Bridge. Stopping at COWS Creamery, take a self-guided tour of the “Behind the Scenes” area to see how they make their famous cheeses, butter and of course, their ice cream!  Charlottetown will be your home for the next 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. 

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

Today is a completely free day to either rest or take in some of Halifax’s other attractions such as the Canadian Immigration Museum at Pier 21.

Day 16 – Halifax to Fredericton, NB

The first stop today will be at the Springhill Miners’ Museum to learn about the coal mining history of Nova Scotia and the 1958 mining disaster. From there travel to Moncton, New Brunswick, stopping to see the unusual phenomenon of Magnetic Hills.  The day isn’t over yet!  The Hopewell Rocks on the Bay of Fundy are rock formations caused by tidal erosionThe Bay of Fundy has the highest tides in the world because of an unusual combination of resonance (or seiche) and the shape of the bay.

Day 17 – Fredericton to Riviera du Loup, QC

Kings Landing is a living history museum with original buildings from the period of 1820-1920. A costumed interpreter will explain the many different structures and the various jobs that contribute to running the village during that era.  Their philosophy is "Tell them and they'll forget. Show them and they'll remember. Involve them and they'll understand".  On the way to Riviera du Loup, stop in Hartland, NB to see the worlds longest covered bridge.

Day 18 – Riviera du Loup to Montreal

Travel along the south side of the St Lawrence this time heading into Montreal.  A free afternoon to explore the beauty of Old Montreal, view the Notre Dame Cathedral and maybe enjoy a famous Montreal smoked meat sandwich!

Day 19 – Montreal to Niagara Falls, ON

Travel down the busiest traffic corridor in Canada, the infamous Highway 401, on the way to Niagara Falls, home for 2 nights.

Day 20 – Niagara Falls

This morning, a local guide will be joining for a tour of Niagara Falls and the surrounding Niagara-on-the-Lake area. 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 you to the base of the falls where the water thunders all around. These tours have operated continuously since 1846! 

Day 21 – Niagara Falls to Frankenmuth, MI

Today cross into Michigan and head for Frankenmuth. This Bavarian-style town is home to a year-round Christmas store that boasts 50,000 ornaments. 

Day 22 – Frankenmuth

It's a free day with a chicken dinner included this evening.

Day 23 – Frankenmuth to Rockford, IL

You should see some great fall foliage on our way to Rockford.

Day 24 – Rockford to Minneapolis, MN

Today includes a boat tour of the Upper Dells at Wisconsin Dells.  Cruising through an awesome path cut by ancient glaciers. You’ll pass under pine-crowned cliffs, navigate winding river narrows, and view iconic sandstone formations like Chimney Rock, Blackhawk’s Profile and Romance Cliff. This evening, join your new friends, Tour Director and Driver for a WestWorld Tours Farewell Dinner.

Day 25 – 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 26 – Winnipeg to Saskatchewan

The final stretch home for all the Saskatchewan bound passengers.

Fly-in guests, depart anytime today.

Dates & Prices

Dates & Prices
Date and Price Content
September 08, 2024 - October 03, 2024

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Single Occupancy

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The Tour Dates and pricing are currently being finalized. The tour will travel in September 2024.

Secure your seat with a $350 deposit!

*Early Booking Bonus - SAVE $100 per person when you pre-register with a deposit!

Get a jump on the crowd by making a risk free deposit. As this trip is still in the planning stage, your pre-reservation entitles you to be notified as soon as the full itinerary, with firm dates and pricing, is posted. We do this so you can see what will be offered in the coming months/year.

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All prices are per person and include taxes and fees. Prices are in CAD.

Not included in price:

  • Gratuities for Tour Director and Driver
  • Meals and activities not specified in the itinerary
  • Any personal expenses
  • Travel Insurance
  • Pre or post tour arrangements

Passengers not needing rooms in Winnipeg:

Double: Deduct $105.00pp

Triple: Deduct $78.75pp

Single: Deduct $210.00pp

Pick up locations: 
Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Regina, Moosomin, Brandon, Winnipeg. Other pick up locations available upon request

 

Tour Highlights

Tour Highlights

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

Maritimes 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.

Voyage to the Falls Boat Tour to the Base of Niagara Falls

Get up close and personal with the breathtaking Niagara Falls.

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.

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