Day 1: Toronto Arrival
Welcome to Toronto a cosmopolitan and international player and home to the Blue Jays, Maple Leafs and Raptors.
Transfer to the hotel in downtown Toronto
Day 2: Toronto - Kingston
Today travel to Kingston “known as the limestone city” because of the many historical buildings built from limestone. stopping along the way to visit two farms. you will have a chance to visit Fort Henry. The St. Lawrence River is the once much disputed border between Canada and the United States During a visit of the fort you can enter the realm of 19th century military life.
Day 3: Kingston Drummondville
Travel continues along the St. Lawrence River to Morrisburg, take a visit to Upper Canada Village. Here the passengers’ journey starts back in time over 130 years and stroll amidst the sights and sounds of a 1860s Canadian village. A key part of the experience is the authentic buildings that make up the village, the activities that each housed, and the story of the people who lived there. In the afternoon visit a farm.
Day 4: Drummondville Quebec City/St. Foy
Welcome to one of the oldest cities in North America this area has a distinct European feel with its stone buildings and winding streets. Along the way visit a farm.
Enjoy a guided city tour , including sites as Place d'Armes, Dufferin Terrace, Grand Allee, Plains of Abraham, Parliament Hill, Chateau Frontenac and more.
Day 5: Quebec City/St. Foy
Travel the south shore of the St. Lawrence River stopping at famous Montmorency Falls and the shrine of Ste. Anne de Beaupre.
Visit a local sugar shack. Where you will experience a tour of the maple sugar production facility, traditional Quebecois Meal with folklore entertainment. In the afternoon visit a farm.
Day 6: Quebec City St. Alexis des Monts
Depart for St. Alexis des Monts. The beautiful area of forests and lakes, where you will stay at a resort hotel, Along the way visit two farms.
Day 7: St. Alexis des Monts Montreal
Depart for the second largest French speaking city in the western world and home to the world’s largest underground city. On the way visit a farm.
Enjoy a guided city-tour with a local guide including a stop to see Notre Dame Church.
Day 8: Montreal Ottawa
Depart for Canada’s Capital located in the Ottawa valley.
A city of museums and culture reflective of its origins of its native and British founders. Stop at the Agricultural Experimental Farm. Stop along the way for a farm visit.
Day 9: Ottawa - Huntsville
Home too many lakes and hills and Algonquin park Huntsville. Travel through the Algonquin Park a unique mixture of forest types the park contains thousands of species of plants and animals. Stop for a visit at the Logging Museum and at the Algonquin Visitor’s Centre.
Day 10: Huntsville - Kitchener
Traveling through prime Ontario farm country to Kitchener, stopping along the way to view operations of three immigrant farm families.
Day 11: Kitchener
Visit the St. Jacobs Farmers Market. The market is in Mennonite country. It is one of Canada’s largest and most famous markets and of particular interest at the market will be the Ontario Livestock Exchange. In the afternoon visit a two farms.
Day 12: Kitchener Niagara Falls
Depart for the Niagara Falls.The thunder, the mist, the spectacle of 155 million litres of water unleashed over a 54-metre drop - no wonder Niagara Falls is one of the natural wonders of the world.
On the way stop to visit a farm.
Day 13: Niagara Falls Toronto
Driving through the fruit and wine region of Ontario and along the Niagara Parkway you will soon reach the quaint little town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. The first capital of Upper Canada in 1791, Niagara-On-The-Lake is a beautiful impression of a 19th century North American town. Wine tasting in a local winery is included.
Day 14: Toronto departure
Transfer to the Airport