Departure Time: 6:45 AM
Departure Address: 1170 Rue Peel, Montréal, QC H3B 0A9
Depart from Montreal in the morning. Visit Ontario’s oldest and biggest provincial park: Algonquin Park. We stop at the visitor center and walk besides one of the lakes. This park is full of natural beauty, which attracts many artists to come here to do their paintings. We’ll stop by one of the outdoor arts gallery to see the paintings from the famous Canadian artists “Group of Seven”, Then head to Sudbury, which is the world’s Number 1 producer of Nickel, and overnight hotel in Sudbury.
Visit the largest Nickel statue in the world. It is 9-metre high, then head for Blind River, great view of Lake Huron. After lunch in Sault Ste-Marie, continue to go to Lake Superior Provincial Park, short stop by the Lake. Next stop will be at the "wild goose" town – Wawa. Then, continue to White River, the birthplace of Winnie the Pooh. Overnight Hotel in Marathon.
Visite du 3ième plus grand port au Canada, Thunder Bay. Nous nous arrêterons au belvédère de Terry Fox avant de passer par l’université
Lake Head et visiter les chutes Kakabeka. Nous passerons ensuite par Dryden et Kenora. Kenora est une ville de villégiature avec plus de 14
000 lacs célèbres pour la pêche. Nous nous arrêtons alors à la statue de 12 mètres « Husky the Muskie » qui célèbre cela avant de passer la
nuit à Kenora.
In Regina, visit the Provincial Legislative Building of Saskatchewan by Lake.Wascana Then visit Royal Canadian Mounted Police Headquarters and Museum. Then continue head west and overnight stay in hotel in Medicine Hat
First, head to Calgary to visit the 2nd tallest tower in Canada – Calgary Tower. Lunch in Calgary Chinatown. Then passing 1988 Winter Olympic site, head to Banff Nat’l Park, and take the Banff Gondola to Sulphur Mountain to enjoy the panoramic view of Banff, the surrounding Rocky Mountains and Lake Minnewanka (Banff's largest lake). Stop at picturesque Bow Falls, venue of the famous movie "River of No Return"(actress Marilyn Monroe). Overnight Hotel in Calgary.
Head to Jasper National Park, visit Columbia Icefield. Take the big-wheeled "Snowcoach" to go up to Athabasa Glacier. Continue to visit along the Rocky Mountains, stop at Bow Lake and Crowfoot Glacier. Then visit the world-famous Lake Louise, the gem of Canadian Rockies and the Natural Bridge in Yoho National Park. Then pass Roger Pass in the Glacier National Park. Overnight Hotel in Revelstroke.
We continue head west to continue enjoying beautiful mountain scenary. Lunch in Hope, where the famous movie “Rambo, The First Blood” was filmed. It is also known for its outdoor wooden sculptures in summer. Before arriving in Vancouver, we visit a Pacific Salmon Hatchery. In Vancouver, stop in Stanley Park, then passing by Chinatown, continue to head to Gas Town, stop by the Steam Clock, then head to 2010 Winter Olympic Games Torch in Canada Place. Overnight hotel in Vancouver.
Take the ferry to Vancouver Island. Visit the Buchart Garden, then Victoria downtown: the harbour, the famous Empress Hotel and also the provincial parliament building, & Chinatown (the oldest Chinatown in Canada), etc. Then stop at Mile “0” marker in Beacon Hill Park, the Pacific terminal of TransCanada Highway.
Overnight hotel: Same as Day 8.
Depart to the biggest city in northwest of U.S.—Seattle. Stop at Seatle Center and its famous landmark Space Needle. Then we pass by the Pioneer Square, the oldest part of Seattle and to have lunch in Chinatown. After lunch we’ll visit the world’s first Starbucks coffee shop, and the Pike Place Market. Then head to Spokane, there we’ll visit Riverfront Park built for World Expo 74. Hotel will be in Spokane.
Visit Coeur D’Alene in Idaho. Enjoy walking on the world’s longest Floating Bridge on the Coeur D’Alene Lake. Then, go to “Big Sky Country” Montana. Enjoy the beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains. Then we stop in the famous 50,000 Silver Dollar Salon Bar where over 50,000 silver dollars are displayed inside. Then head to the direction of Yellowstone Park. Overnight in Super 8 Hotel in Bozeman, near Yellowstone Park.
Visit Yellowstone National Park—the world’s first national park. Inside the park, there are big concentration of the world’s most extraordinary geysers and hot springs. The most famous is the Old Faithful Geyser which erupt 100 feet or higher approximately every 80 to 90 minutes. Visit Fountain Paint Pot which contains a small collection of different jewel-like geysers, and colorful hot springs. Then visit Grand Prismatic Spring, the largest hot spring in the U.S. In the afternoon, visit Yellowstone Grand Canyon, the most beautiful yellow canyon in the world. Overnight hotel as above.
First, we visit Mammoth Hot Springs, the huge hot springs with many layers and different minerals, therefore, it creates very colorful view. While driving in the Yellowstone Park, we can easily see lots of wildlife, especially elks and bisons, roaming on the road. Then, leaving the park, we’ll pass the Big Horn Mountain, stop at historic site of American Indian War– Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument . Overnight hotel same as above.
Visit the first U.S. National Monument, the Devils Tower, the core of a volcano exposed from erosion. In this park, we can see a big Prairie Dog Town, where the cute Prairie dogs live. Then, visit Mt. Rushmore, the giant sculptures of the heads of the four former U.S. presidents: Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln & Roosevelt. Then visit Crazy Horse Memorial, the world’s largest statue to honour the culture, tradition and living heritage of North American Indians. Overnight hotel in Rapid City.
Head to the Wall Drugs, the best place to shop for cowboy items. Till now, the store still keeps its tradition from 1936 that it serves free cold ice water and 5-cent coffee for visitors. Here we can enjoy eating the local favorites: buffalo burger. Then head to Badlands National Park where there is an unusual colourful landscape, which looks like another planet in the outer-space. Later in the day, visit Mitchell town, the world’s only corn palace. Its exterior is completely covered with thousands of bushels of native South Dakota corn, grain and grasses that are arranged into large murals every spring. Overnight hotel in Jackson.
Continue to travel east to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the American prairies. We will pass by the river shore of the famous Mississippi River, the longest river in U.S. Then, we’ll visit the state capitol of Wisconsin, in Madison. This is the largest State Capitol in U.S. and it resembles the National Capitol in D.C.Overnight Hotel near Chicago.
In the morning, we will head to downtown Chicago. We’ll go up the Skydeck Chicago,Willis Tower, the 2nd tallest building in U.S. with 110-storey high, have a bird-eye view of Chicago City. Then we’ll have a 1.5-hour river cruise along Chicago River and Lake Michigan. On the boat, we’ll listen to the tour guide explaining the Chicago history and can see many beautiful skyscrapers and famous Chicago landmarks, such as Bunkingham Fountain, Navy Piers, etc. Then we visit the most unique landmark of Chicago: the Cloud Gate & the Crown Fountain in Millenium Park. Then we’ll drive along the Magnificent Mile, Michigan Avenue.. Then we head to Lighthouse Place Premium Outlets. This is the largest outlet mall with 120 stores in greater Chicago region. Overnight stay in Hotel near the Outlets.
After breakfast, we head to Detroit, the World Capital of Cars. We’ll join Ford Rouge Factory Tour to visit the assembly plant where F150 trucks are assembled. Then visit Henry Ford Museum. In the museum, Henry Ford’s famous Model T is displayed with many other national treasures such as Rosa Park’s bus, different presidential limousines, etc., Then we visit the downtown Detroit Renaissance Center, headquarters of GM. There we can see the General Motors show-room, Winter Garden, Borealis: the world’s tallest vertical glass sculpture, and riverwalk along Detroit River. Then, shop in duty-free store and then head to Windsor, Canada. In Windsor, visit the beautiful Windsor Casino.
Overnight hotel in Windsor.
Head to Toronto. Shopping and lunch in the famous Pacific Mall in Markham. Then back to Montreal. Around 9:30pm arrive in Montreal.
Across Canada Travel
Across US Travel Package
*Entrance fees (Obligatory ): Including the Algonquin Park, North Bay Heritage mini-Train Ride, Lake Superior Provincial Park, Kakabeka Falls, Royal Mint (Winnipeg) , RCMP Heritage Centre, Calgary Tower, Banff Gondola, ”Snowcoach” ride, Banff National Park, Jasper National Park, Yoho National Park, BC Ferry, Buchart Garden
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