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Excellent tour, excellent guide. Would highly recommend to all as a way to see other areas off the beaten path.
This trip was good value for money.
Great trip, amazing guide, good for value. Time spent at Montmorency fall is a bit short at 1 hour, but if you're comfortable with returning to Quebec city on your own, you can drop off and spend as long as you like there!
This was a great tour!! Our guide was knowledgeable and very interesting. Saw some wonderful scenery. I would definitely recommend this tour.
Our guide was so nice! She was helpful and really energetic. The tour is very complete, we liked the falls but we enjoyed more being around Quebec city in the surroundings, watching the local life around us. Had the best hot chocolate we have had and enjoyed very much. You won't regret taking this tour!
This tour was just the right amount of time. I enjoyed the island and visiting the church and falls. Very beautiful.
Pamela J USA
It was a lovely day but a little more time at Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre would have been nice.
Amazing. Beautiful places throughout. Highly recommended!!
Nice half day outing from Quebec City. The falls are quite impressive and can be viewed from both a boardwalk along the edge of the cliff and from the suspension bridge across the falls themselves. The basilica is amazing. In a very small community, but at the height of the season not early December! it apparently gets huge numbers of visitors. Most impressive was the artwork on the ceiling. There were three other stops which, while commercial in nature, added to the Quebec experience: a chocolatier great hot chocolate...perfect for December, a bakery fresh bread with maple butter and a copper craft shop. The latter was the workshop of a very artistic family who, among other things many on display in the attached museum did the three sets of doors on the basilica. Definitely not your average craft shop.
This was the longer of two tours we enjoyed while visiting Quebec City. The two main attractions, the Montmorency Falls and the Basilica of Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre were and
This was the longer of two tours we enjoyed while visiting Quebec City. The two main attractions, Montmorency Falls and the Basilica of Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre, alone were worth the ticket place, and the additional stops on Ile d'orleans and along the highway to the church, were also interesting and fun. We especially enjoyed the chocolaterie on the Island, where we had the best cups of hot chocolate we ever tasted. We also were impressed by the copper artisans' studio and the small village bakery in a house that was built in the early 17th Century.
Our guide/driver Jean-Pierre did a great job narrating the tour on the bus and at the different stops. He provided a fascinating historical and cultural context to the place we visited and saw from the bus along the way. We are already recommending this tour to our friends.
well worth the ticket price.
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