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Trans-Canadian itinerary

Day 1:

TORONTO

Flight from your hometown to Toronto Pearson International Airport .

Arrival at Toronto International Airport and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.(Night transfers, flights arriving between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., will have a supplement. Consult in each case)

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Day 2:

TORONTO - NIAGARA FALLS

Breakfast. Panoramic tour of this city, the largest in Canada and capital of the province of Ontario. The tour will take us through the financial center, the old and new City Hall, University Avenue with its most important hospitals and traditional institutions, the provincial Parliament, the University of Toronto, the distinguished Yorkville neighborhood, Chinatown and the CN Tower. Next, departure to the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, where there will be a brief stop to explore the main street. Arrival in the Niagara Falls area and ride on the Hornblower boat (included). Stop at Table Rock to observe these majestic and famous waterfalls that will dazzle with their flow of water. Accommodation

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Day 3:

NIAGARA FALLS - THOUSAND ISLANDS - OTTAWA

Breakfast. Departure along the Trans-Canada Highway towards Ottawa. During the journey, we will pass through the Thousand Islands region, one of the most beautiful and romantic in the country, with a stop for a mini-cruise lasting approximately one hour to admire these islands, their mansions and curiosities at the source of the San Lorenzo River. . Continuation to the country's capital, Ottawa. Accommodation.

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Day 4:

OTTAWA - QUEBEC

Breakfast and departure for a panoramic tour of the city passing in front of the Cathedral, the residence of the Prime Minister, the residence of the Governor-General who represents Queen Elizabeth II and the Rideau Canal. From June 24 to August 22 you can attend the changing of the guard on Parliament Hill. Outside of this period, we will visit the parliamentary hill on foot. After this panoramic tour, we will cross the Ottawa River to reach the Province of Quebec and continue towards the Laurentian Mountains, full of lakes and mountains that are a paradise for outdoor activities. En route we will visit the Chez Dany maple plantation where maple honey is produced with traditional methods and where we will have a typical lumberjack lunch (included). Once in Quebec we will begin the panoramic tour of the city (depending on the time of arrival in Quebec, there may not be time to finish the visit and in that case it would end the next day). Accommodation.

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Day 5:

QUEBEC

Breakfast. Free day to continue enjoying and exploring this city on your own or hire an optional excursion. Accommodation.

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Day 6:

QUEBEC - MONTREAL

Breakfast and departure towards Montreal. Upon arrival, we will begin the panoramic tour of this vibrant city passing in front of the Olympic Stadium, St-Laurent Street, the Golden Square Mile neighborhood where the famous McGill University is located today, the Mount Royal Park where the beaver lake Stop at the lovers' viewpoint. On the way to Old Montreal we will see the Le Plateau Mont Royal neighborhood, the Plaza de Armas, where the Basilica of Notre Dame de Montreal is located. Cartier Square and Montreal City Hall. Accommodation.

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Day 7:

MONTREAL - CALGARY

Breakfast and free time until your transfer to the airport to take the flight to Calgary (*). Arrival at Calgary International Airport and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.

(*) The client may choose to have this flight included in the package or book it and purchase it on their own.

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Day 8:

CALGARY - BANFF

Breakfast and departure for an orientation tour of downtown Calgary. This city is the famous capital of the “cowboy” world and has authentic cowboy boutiques, and the Heritage Park that tells the history of the province and the impact caused by the arrival of the railroad and the oil industry. After the panoramic visit, departure along the Trans-Canada Highway towards Banff National Park. Along the way there will be stops to visit Lake Minnewanka and Bow Falls. The tour takes us through Tunnel Mountain, along the way we may see the typical wildlife of this region. Arrival at the hotel. In the afternoon, free time to rest, walk, go shopping or hire an optional excursion. Accommodation.

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Day 9:

BANFF – LAKE LOUISE - BANFF

Breakfast. This day we will dedicate to visiting the most famous lakes in Canada. We will start with the beautiful Moraine Lake (only in the months of June to September) framed with the Valley of the Ten Peaks within the Banff National Park. We will continue to the most famous place in the park, Lake Louise, from where we will observe the Victoria Glacier, considered among the most scenic places in the world. Before returning to Banff, we will stop at Emerald Lake, which will captivate us with its intense color. Accommodation.

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Day 10:

BANFF – ICE FIELDS - JASPER

Breakfast. We will start the day photographing the Castillo Mountain. We will continue our way along the highway of the glaciers where we will admire the Crow's Foot Glacier and the Bow and Peyto lakes (only in the months of June to October). The road will give us entrance to Jasper National Park. We will reach the Athabasca Glacier, in the Columbia Ice Field, the largest ice field (325 km2) south of the Arctic Circle, where we will have a ride on the Ice Explorer (included). We will continue to the town of Jasper. Accommodation.

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Day 11:

JASPER – EVIL CANNON - KAMLOOPS

Breakfast. We will start the day heading to Maligne Canyon and we will have the opportunity to admire the Pyramid and Patricia lakes. Bordering Moose Lake we said goodbye to Jasper to admire the majesty of the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, Mount Robson. We will leave the high mountains and in the vicinity of the Wells Gray Provincial Park we will visit the Spahats waterfalls with a 70-meter drop. We will continue our way towards Kamloops to pass through a prairie setting until we reach our accommodation, a ranch in the style of the Canadian west. Dinner included at the ranch. Accommodation.

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Day 12:

KAMLOOPS – FORT LANGLEY – VANCOUVER

Breakfast. Departure following the Fraser River route towards Vancouver. We will descend through wide valleys and meadows until we reach the historic town of Fort Langley, where British Columbia was born. We will take a brief tour of the city center and from there we will follow the route to reach the city of Vancouver. Accommodation.

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Day 13:

VANCOUVER

Breakfast. In the morning, departure for a panoramic tour of the city. We will pass through the neighborhoods Yaletown, Chinatown (the largest in Canada), Gastown (the oldest neighborhood in the city) and Stanley Park, where we stopped to photograph some authentic indigenous totems. The visit ends in the city on Granville Island and from there we will provide you with transfer to the airport.

(The departure flight in Vancouver must be from 4:00 p.m., if you book An earlier flight will not be able to enjoy the panoramic tour in Vancouver)

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Day 14:

HOMETOWN

Arrival, end of the trip and our services.