When in Montreal, it probably seems impossible to experience everything the city has to offer. That’s why this journey above and around Quebec’s largest city covers it all — from the land to the sea to the air — for a thrilling perspective on this breathtaking region.
This 25-minute seaplane tour begins at the first urban water airport in Quebec — Hydro-Aéroport Montréal Centre-Ville on Saint Helen’s Island. Following a pilot meet and greet, it’s time to take to the water and the sky, beginning on the Saint Lawrence River. Head north near the Jacques-Cartier Bridge while climbing higher into the sky, looking down on the river before turning over Olympic Stadium, then over the edge of Mount Royal Park for a great view of Saint Joseph’s Oratory, a national shrine and Canada’s largest church.
Continue over downtown Montreal before turning back over Old Montreal and the Old Port. Finally, enjoy the view of Jean Drapeau Park on Saint Helen’s Island before making a perfect landing on the water back at the airport.