Montreal travelers that want to take day trip outside the city discover that, though there are numerous worthy destinations, it's tough to get around without a car. Avoid the hassle of renting a car with this scenic, private day trip to visit Omega Park and the Montebello Lodge, two hidden gems just a short drive from the city. All you need to do is sit back and let your guide take the wheel, so you can indulge in the outdoor beauty of Western Quebec.
Leave Montreal behind and take a day trip to the Laurentian Mountains without having to rent a car or plan bus transfers. This small-group day trip can be adapted to suit your tastes, with a guide to provide commentary during the drive, information about the Mont Tremblant resort, and pointers on how best to spend your day.
A private city tour with us is the best way to visit Quebec City. Whether you are alone or in a group (up to 9 passengers) your guide will take you to the most beautiful places in the city and surroundings.Our drivers are tour guides accredited by the city and know the history on their fingertips.By choosing a private city tour with us, you can customize your tour as you wish. If you want to see the Quebec City countryside, we will take you there with pleasure. If you want to see the Basilica of St. Anne de Beaupre, no problem too.This tour has almost no limit, we can also go to the village of St. Paul's Bay, if you want to see a small charming village with its famous art galleries.This 8-hour private tour is the best way to see all of Quebec City and its surroundings in one day!
Touring with Brian is like being shown around town by an old friend who knows the sites plus those little gems that tourists never find.On this sit back and relax, 6hr tour, Brian, your self-employed private guide, will offer you personalised commentary, to match your interests/background. He can customise/adapt your itinerary to meet your wants/needs/abilities.You will enjoy the pastoral landscapes of the Island of Orleans, sample local delicacies/wines at charming family businesses and have a delightful lunch, in a breathtaking setting. In the Old City, you will marvel at sites that earned our UNESCO World Treasure designation, retrace 500 years of North American history, gain a new perspective on the French Indian War/American War of Independence, learn why the British and Americans desperately wanted Québec.By adding another hour and a few dollars, Brian can also show you around the Ste-Anne de Beaupré basilica.
Travelers that want to see more of Quebec, in just a few hours, avoid the hassle of renting a car and planning an itinerary with this convenient, private tour from Quebec City. After hotel pickup, leave everything to your guide as you visit top area sights. Highlights include the must-see Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Ile d'Orleans (Orleans Island), and a waterfront lunch—at your own expense. Along the way, sit back and let your guide drive, so you can really enjoy the scenery.
On this 11hr armchair adventure tour you will relax while Brian, your self-employed private guide offers personalised commentary while following the St-Lawrence River, through endless forest, to a whale watching mecca. Time flies as you meander through the history/culture/geography of Québec. A vessel with indoor and outdoor seating takes you past the towering cliffs of the Saguenay Fiord, to the confluence of the St-Lawrence & Saguenay Rivers, where the waters of the Great Lakes, the Saguenay basin and the Atlantic Ocean meet in an explosion of life, that attracts many species sea mamals.As a naturalist guide comments on up to a dozen sea mammals. You may spot the tall plumes of mist formed by their exhaling and hear their blows.On the way back you will do some art/curio/clothing shopping in the boutique haven of Baie St-Paul and tour the Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré Basilica.
Take a day trip from Montreal to Canada’s capital, Ottawa, without the hassle of planning transport and an itinerary. Go with a guide who knows the best ways around the city to ensure you get to the highlights in limited time. Explore Parliament Hill, browse ByWard Market, and see the Senate of Canada Building. With a maximum of six participants on this tour, you can expect personalized attention.
On this 9hr riding/walking tour you can relax, as your guide Brian personalises his commentary to match your interests/background/needs. Brian will give you an intimate tour of the Basilica/Shrine of Ste-Anne de Beaupré, using audio equipment that provides privacy and flexibility. You will admire the pastoral landscapes of the Island of Orleans, the magnificent Montmorency Falls, have a lunch in a stunning setting and visit a couple of charming, family businesses, to sample local delicacies/wines and see things that only the locals know about.Ending with a 2hr downhill walk of the City, you will retrace 500 years of North American history that earned the City its UNESCO World Treasure designation. You will learn how Champlain created a fur trading network extending through the midwest. You will gain a new geo-political perspective on the French Indian War and the American War of Independence and learn why the British and then the Americans so desperately wanted Québec City.
On this 3hr car tour, you can relax while Brian, your self-employed private guide takes you on the town with personalised commentary to match your interests/background/abilities: no stops; a few stops/steps; occasionally a person may stay in the vehicle, while others step into a building for a few minutes.You will be introduced you to the principle sites of the Old Town, plus Parlement House, the Fountain of Tournay and the Western Fortification. You may decide to take a look inside: Holy Trinity Cathedral, the Ursuline Monastery, explore Place Royale and overlook Dufferin terrace. Learn how Champlain created a fur trading network up the St-Laurence through the midwest, down to New Orleans. Get a new perspective on the relationship between Québec City, the French Indian War, as well as the American War of Independence. Discover why the British and the Americains, so desperately wanted Québec City.
Québec is the maple syrup capital of the world. Get the authentic sugar shack experience on a private day tour with round-trip transport from your Montréal accommodations. In addition to navigating, your guide offers an rare inside look at the sugaring process from tree sap to pancake. The half-day itinerary includes a buffet lunch and a taste of maple toffee frozen on snow.
Cover the highlights of Quebec City on this personalized, half-day tour of the city’s top sights, available in both French and English. See iconic landmarks like Parliament House and the Tournay Fountain, and learn how Champlain created a fur-trading network along the St-Laurence River. You’ll also listen to in-depth background on the French Indian War as well as the American War of Independence.
If you’re in Montreal and want to attend Ottawa’s Canadian Tulip Festival, this guided day tour is a convenient way to do so. Save the hassle of booking and navigating busy trains or buses, and enjoy stress-free private transfers with a guide, who will get you to the most impressive flower displays in Commissioners Park and along the Rideau Canal, as well as helping you navigate key festival sites.
On this 5hr of this car tour, Brian, your self-employed, private guide will personalise his commentary according to your interests/background and within the allotted time/price, customise/adapt the itinerary to meet your wants/needs/abilities: no stops; a few stops/steps; some travelers step into a building, others not.You will discover the principle sites of the Old Town, plus Parlement House, the Fountain of Tournay, the Western Fortifications and the Plains of Abraham Park. You will explore how Champlain created a fur trading network through the midwest all the way to New Orleans. Get a new perspective on the relationship between Québec City, the French Indian War and the American War of Independance.After the first 3hrs of touring, you will stop for an exquisite meal at the Le Ciel (heaven) revolving restaurant, atop the Le Concorde hotel and get a birds eye view of the Plains of Abraham Park, the Québec Bridge, the Citadel and Parlement House.Audio equipment = privacy.
On this 7hr armchair adventure tour, you will sit back and relax as Brian, your self-employed private guide will personalise his commentary to match your interests/background and within the allotted time/price customise/adapt your itinerary to meet your wants/needs/abilities. You will view the the spectacular vistas of the Jacques-Cartier River. At the Laval University Forest Studies a network of logging roads will lead you a log cabin, with a panoramic view of the river gorge and a pier dominating a 100 foot falls that even locals ron't know about. Then you will sit down to a 7 course, gourmet picnic, with an assortement of local wines and other fare.
I will get in your car for this great tour. The island is one of the oldest settlement in North America. Hundreds of ancestral homes and barns. The view on the river and mountains is great.We will take the time to go around no rush!During the tour you will be at different stops. Near the end we will stop at the chocolate store.This is a great picture tour!
The only one of its kind in North America, the Hôtel de Glace (Ice Hotel) changes theme each winter to the delight of locals and tourists alike. Fascinating art and winter splendor greet you upon your arrival at the Grand Hall. You'll be awestruck by the hotel's theme rooms and suites which are decorated with majestic sculptures. Make sure to stop by our beautiful chapel, where people from all over the world are immediately amazed at its magical ambiance. Top off your visit with a delicious cocktail served in a glass made of ice! With its majestic snow arches, crystal clear ice sculptures and beautiful rooms, the Hôtel de Glace (Ice Hotel) offers its guests a one-of-a-kind winter experience. Unique in North America, the hotel transforms itself year after year to charm its visitors. Immerse yourself in the hotel's magical atmosphere and enjoy a luxurious Nordic getaway within this winter masterpiece!