Agawa Canyon 3-Days Train Tour
- On board the old style steamship sailingon Lake Muskoka
Day 1: Toronto - Sudbury - Sault Ste. Marie
Start off from Toronto and reach the treasure depot of Ontario – the city of Sudbury, followed by a visit to the Science North. The complex consists of two snowflake-shaped buildings. The snowflake buildings are connected by a rock tunnel, which passes through a billion-year-old geologic fault. This fault line was not known to be under the complex during the construction of the building in the early 1980s. Inside the main building, a 20-metre fin whale skeleton hangs from the ceiling. Following a photo opportunity with Sudury’s landmark, the largest coin in the world – the Big Nickel, will continue to Sault Ste. Marie.
Day 2: Sault Ste. Marie - Agawa Canyon - Sudbury
In the breeze of the floating maple leaves, on board of the luxury train and roll into the Agawa Canyon. Fall foliage of crimson red, orange and yellow along the route. Whisk through the Essar Steel Algoma and stop by a scenic spot of the canyon. Climb the steps along the scenic tracks and up to the Lookout Platform for a panoramic view of the canyon and the Bridal Veil Falls in the sea of red maple. The train will pass through the tranquil villages that are concealed in different shades of maple. Following the train ride, will return to Sudbury.
Day 3: Sudbury - Algonquin Provincial Park - Lake Muskoka - Toronto
Travel to Ontario’s largest and oldest Algonquin Provincial Park. Fall is a spectacular time to visit Algonquin Park. Thousands of visitors from around the world are attracted to the fall color viewing opportunities, along the Highway 60. On the way back to Toronto, will stop over at Lake Muskoka for a boat ride experience on an old-style steamship sailing on this romantic lake. Return to Toronto in the evening.
Eastern Canada 3-Days Tour
- Visit the Canadian Museum of History, step into the history and culture of Canada
Day 1: Toronto - Kingston - Thousand Islands (seasonal) - Montreal
Depart from Toronto in the morning. Following a short drive along the north shore of Lake Ontario, will arrive at the Thousand Islands region. On board of the breathtaking scenic cruise (seasonal) to see the Heart Island, Bolt Castle, the Shortest International Bridge and more. Arrive at the cosmopolitan city of Montreal in the afternoon; visit Biodome in the 1976 Montreal Olympic village. Take the cable car to the top of Montreal Tower, the tallest inclined tower in the world. Later visit the spectacular Notre Dame Basilica located in the heart of Montreal.
Day 2: Montreal - Quebec City - Maple Syrup Farm - Montreal
Visit the largest church in Canada, the Saint Joseph Oratory on Mont Royal. Then head to Quebec City. The walled city of Quebec is the highlight of the
tour. Following a walking tour in this world class historical site, enjoy a delicious set lunch in a romantic French style restaurant, next to the iconic Chateau Frontenac hotel. Head to Maple Syrup Farm in later afternoon, enjoy a traditional New France dinner at the farm shed after the tour.
Day 3: Montreal - Ottawa - Kingston - Toronto
Depart from Montreal to Ottawa in early morning. The fascinating tour of Ottawa will include the home of Canadian Prime Minister, Rideau Hall, Royal Mint and so much more. Stopover at the Parliament Hill of Canada, this iconic building and experience the Changing of the Guard Ceremony (Seasonal), followed by visits to two major national museums, the Museum of History and War Museum. Head west to Kingston, a beautiful waterfront city with a rich history. Drive through the town to see Kingston City Hall, the home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first Prime Minister, and Queen’s University. On the way back to Toronto, enjoy scenery along southeast Ontario.
Toronto City 1-Day Tour
- Visit the must see landmarks in Toronto
Tour starts in the morning driving through the busy streets in the heart of Toronto and discover the Victorian-style Ontario Legislative Building (Queen’s Park), Toronto City Hall, Chinatown and various campus buildings of the University of Toronto. It was be followed by a visit to the CN Tower, the signature icon of Toronto’s skyline and a symbol of Canada, which is now the third tallest tower in the world and the tallest free-standing structure in the western hemisphere. After some free time at the Harbourfront Centre or a boat tour (seasonal) to explore the scenic Centre Island, a visit to the Casa Loma will follow. Casa Loma is another landmark in Toronto, a Gothic Revival style house and garden complex situated on the hill of downtown Toronto. It is a popular filming location for movies and television.
Niagara Falls 1-Day Tour
- Niagara Falls, Skylon Tower, Niagara Peninsula Wineries
Tour departs to the Niagara region in the morning. Discover the history of this wonder of the world through a 4D IMAX Movie, and take the Niagara Falls experience to new heights on the Skylon Tower. Travelers will take the legendary Niagara Falls boat tour to get as close as possible to the thundering roar and amazing mist of the mighty falls (seasonal). Following this, a tour of the scenic route through the vineyards and ginseng farm to shop for wines and Canadian ginseng. The Niagara region is renowned for its production of world-class grape wines, especially ice wines, and award-winning fruit wines.