Departure Time: 6:15 AM
Departure time: 6:15AM，1170 Rue Peel, Montréal, QC H3B 0A9 | Métro Place D'armes
Departure from Chinatown and head to the province of New Brunswick. After lunch, visit the most renowned Covered Bridge Potato Chips of eastern Canada. You will have a better understanding of the production of potato chip. You must try the fresh-made chips, especially those in Poutine avor. Then we visit the world’s longest covered bridge: Hartland Covered Bridge.
Hotel in St John.
After breakfast, visit Hopewell Rocks national Park, admiring the world’s highest tides and the breathtaking socalled “Flowerpot Rocks”, formed by tidal erosion for millions of years.
Afternoon, we will go to Halifax. Upon arrival, we will savor the earthshaking waves hitting granite boulders, and the historic Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse.
Take a tour in the city and see through the history of the port of Halifax, one of the most important entry points for immigrants into Canada.
We will have a chance with a delicious lobster dinner.
Hotel in Halifax.
After breakfast, departure for Cape Breton, a national park in easternmost Canada. Lead by the tour guide， you can feel the horizon stretches out to infinity and to marvel at the magnificent views of the mountains and the expanse of the ocean along the way, and at the vibrancy of winding rivers and lush forests.
Hotel in Sydney.
In the morning, take the luxury Atlantic Cruise of NFL to Prince Edward Island (* According to the schedule of the ferry company or across the federal bridge), enjoy the Atlantic view.
When arrive, we’ll go to Charlottetown, the capital of Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.) and the birthplace of Canada for the visit to Province House.
We will then visit the romantic house “Anne of Green Gables” and Cavendish Beach, filled with red sand.
After enjoying a delicious meal of lobster, install in the hotel in P.E.I.
Leave Prince Edward Island through the Confederation Bridge, which was once the world’s longest cross-sea bridge for the photos and souvenirs.
We will then arrive in Shediac, the small town knows as “Lobster Capital of the World”. You have chance to see the world’s largest lobster over there.
Then drive to the Magnetic Hill in Moncton of New Brunswick, you will surely unveil its mystery of the hill.
Afterwards, head to Kings Landing, a village where you can step back in time (1780-1910) with a community of costumed characters in 70 historic buildings.
Install in the hotel in Riviere-du-Loup.
Depart to Rivière-du-Loup, we will take 3-hours cruise for the Whale watching in St. Laurence river. Back to Montreal and arrive at 8:00 pm around.
Entrance fee Required：
Admission(Chips factory, Hopewell rock, Cavendish Beach, Peggy Cove, Magnetic Hill, Anne of Green Gables, PEI Confederation Bridge, Peggy lobster, Halifax Citedal)
Entrance fee Optional：
Perce Cruise+Bonaventure Island
Forillon National Park
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1. All tours are open for early booking, Travel Agency suggests that each passenger should book tour at least 2 weeks before departure date. Passengers are responsible for all visas, entry, health and other requirements and any document required by laws, regulations, orders and /or requirements of countries visited. All passengers traveling abroad require a Passport, valid for 6 months beyond the conclusion of their trip and with appropriate visas. Multiple-entry visas are required for some countries. It is the responsibility of each passenger to have a valid Passport and necessary visas, as well as to comply with entry, health or other requirements of the countries visited. Travel Agency is not responsible for passport, visa requirements, entry, health or other requirements of the countries visited or for any loss sustained by passengers for failing to comply with laws, regulations, orders, and/or requirements of countries visited.
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1. Hotel accommodation as outlined in the itinerary or equivalent. Hotel Accommodation is based on two adults sharing one bed room, excluding child fare. For three adults (Triple) or four adults (Quad) per room sharing two twin/queen beds, please specify at time of booking
2. Transportation via flights, train, ferry cruise & coaches.
3. Tour guide: service ot professional Chinese/English or French speaking tourguide.
4. Baggage: One piece of check-in baggage maximum weight 20Kg (44lbs) per person with dimensions not exceeding 29'x20'x10’, and one piece of carry-on baggage per person.
III. TOUR COST DOES NOT INCLUDE
1. Excess baggage fees
2. Admissions meals
3. Personal charges such as travel document and visa fees
4. Travel insurance including medical and accidental insurance
5. Service fee for tour guide and driver, minimum $7 Canadian dollars in Canada and USD $7 in USA per day per adult and $5.00 per day per child (2-12 yrs old)
6. Baggage handling fees, phone calls, room service, movies and etc
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2. Due to Motorcoach insurance Policy, passengers over 2 years of age must purchase ticket in order to occupy sea|s.
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. For snort tours (5 days or shorter) cancellation within 7-14 days prior to departure, charge 20% of total price
. For long tours (6 days or more) cancellation within 20-30 days prior to departure, charge 20% of total price.
. All cancellation within 7 days prior to departures, for short trips (5 days or shorter) or all cancellations within 20 days prior to departures for long trips (6 days or more) are not refundable.
2. These cancellation fees also apply to passengers who cancel the tour due to problems incurred from visa application
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