Charlevoix, Grand Canyon& Whale Watching 2 days

Charlevoix, Grand Canyon& Whale Watching 2 days Place Libre:8 88$

Departure Date:  Wednesday & Saturday 6:30AM

Departure Site:  1166 Saint-Catherine St W

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Day 1 Montreal -Grand Canyon – Huron Village – We will leave Montreal at 6:30 am. After 3.5 hours, we will arrive in Saint-Anne to visit the Grand Canyon.  An impressive canyon carved into the bedrock by the powerful Sainte-Anne Falls (higher than Niagara Falls). Listen to the roaring of the majestic Sainte-Anne falls between its narrow 1.2-Billion-year-old rocky cliffs. Vibrate while walking across their 3 suspension bridge. Afterward, we will head to the Huron Traditional Site where we will take a guided tour to learn the traditional way of life and the social organization at the Europeans arrival. Techniques of food preservation (smoker and dryer for the meat). Reminder of means of transportations of the old time, we will learn many more things about their traditional way of life. For lunch, we will enjoy a traditional native meal. We will watch an unforgettable native show, the sacred dances and ceremonies were used to be executed to thank the creator for the good harvest of wild fruits and corn during fall. Then we will visit a copper museum to discover the mysterious atmosphere of a copper mine and see the copper-bearing rocks and then admire the fine artifacts collected around the world. Moreover, we will have the chance to attend a demonstration of repousse copper work and make our own copper souvenir. In the evening, we will stay in a hotel in Rivière-du-Loup.

Day 2 Whale watching – Sugar Shack – Montreal – In the morning, we will embark on a 3-4hours’ whale watching cruise in either Baie St-Catherine (or Rivière-du-Loup). You will have an unforgettable experience on this day. Then we will have lunch at a local seafood restaurant. Lastly, we will visit a Sugar Shack (depending on the season and availability).  Canada is the” Country of Maple Leaf”, and the most famous maple varieties called “sugar maple”, of which SAP sugar content of 3.5%. The farmers use the Native American techniques to collect the tree’s liquid and you will see the process of the maple sugar manufacture. The Canadian province of Quebec is by far the largest producer, responsible for 75% of the world’s output. Quebec exports of maple syrup are around C$ 300 million each year. We will arrive in Montreal around 9:30 pm.

Price includes:

English/French Speaking Guide, Transportation by bus, 1 nights hotel, Taxes, the client’s contribution to the Indemnity Fund amounting to $1.00 per $1,000 of travel services purchased.

Price excludes:

* Service charge for Driver & Guide: adult $14, Child(0-12) $10 (Service charge is payable by the number of the people you booked no matter how many show up)

* Entrance fees:

– Whales Watching: adult $82, Child(2-12) $46
– Grand Canyon: adult $14, Child (5-11) $8
– Albert Gilles copper arts & workshop: adult $12, Child (0-12) $12
– Huron Indian Village Magical evening: adult $45, Child (2-9) $35.50(Includes the access to the duty-free store, the dance show, the guided tour, and the natives traditional meal)

* Travel insurance

* Meals


Admission tickets bought through sellers other than Sinorama  (e.g. City Pass) are not applicable to Sinorama.

Departure Point: 1166 Saint-Catherine St W Montreal (Green Line Metro Peel Exit St-Catherine or Orange Line Metro  station Lucien-L’Allier)

Departure time: 6:30 A.M.

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Occupancy Quad. Triple Twin Single Child(age 2-12)
Regular. 88$ 110$ 150$ 260$ 10$