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Fly & Drive Eastern programmes

Fly & Drive - самый популярный в Канаде способ путешествия. Fly & Drive - это когда Вы выбираете регион для своего путешествия, добираетесь самолетом до исходной точки своего маршрута, забираете в аэропорту арендованную машину и далее следуете по заранее составленному и хорошо продуманному маршруту. Ваша задача - лишь выбрать то, что Вы хотите посмотреть, остальное за Вас сделают профессионалы турбизнеса.
Fly & Drive программы пользуются спросом у людей, предпочитающих странствовать в одиночку, маленькими компаниями или семьями. Практика английского языка, а также яркие впечатления и новые интересные знакомства в рамках такого тура Вам обеспечены.


1. Eastern express, 8 Days | From $1.067
Embark on a shorter version of our popular Lower and Upper Canada Fly Drive on this 8 day journey through the urban centres and rural splendour of Ontario and Quebec celebrating Canada’s English and French heritage. Travel from cosmopolitan Toronto and the natural wonder of Niagara Falls to the neo-gothic Parliament Buildings of Ottawa that promise both to impress and delight. Then, travel east and cross into Quebec as the scenic highway continues along the St. Lawrence River to the walled centre of Quebec City. Turning inland to the Saguenay region, the rolling hills and dense forests of the Mauricie / Bois-Francs region promise to enchant en route to Trois Rivi?res and francophone metropolis of Montreal - the second-largest French-speaking city in the world. Returning to Ontario, visit historic Kingston and its tranquil 1000 Islands from the deck of a comfortable cruise ship before arriving back in Toronto.
Daily departures: May 1 - October 21, 2021

2. Newfoundland and Labrador Explorer, 14 Days | From $1.793
Canada’s most eastern province celebrates European and First Nations histories amidst a diverse landscape of coastlines, mountains and ancient forests. This excellent introduction to Newfoundland and Labrador begins and ends on the island in the modern gateway city of St. John’s – a city in dynamic contrast to the colonial ports and fishing villages along the northern shores. Journeying along the coastlines of Labrador display some of the most rugged and raw meetings of ocean and shore in Canada, perfectly complemented by visits to the immaculate North Shore, Grose Morne National Park and the incredible experience of seeing icebergs and whales up close. This itinerary is ideal to be enjoyed either as a casual, stop-and-visit package, or as a base to incorporate signature hikes and other outdoor adventures.
Daily departures: May 30 - September 25, 2021

3. Great parks of the East, 15 Days | From $1.702
The cosmopolitan city of Toronto is the starting point of this two-week circular tour. Northbound from Toronto, explore the national parks in Ontario's interior. After a brief stay in the capital, Ottawa, return to the tranquillity of nature in Quebec's national parks. The trail leads southbound via the bustling cities of Quebec City and Montreal, famous for their joie de vivre, to the thundering splendour of Niagara Falls.
Daily departures: May 1 - October 21, 2021

4. Trails of modern explorers, 15 days | From $1.616
Spanning Canada’s two most populous provinces, this urban adventure lets you experience the very best of two distinct cultures. From metropolitan Toronto, you will travel to the majestic Niagara Falls and then onward to the magnificent scenery of Algonquin Provincial Park. Following the St. Lawrence River, you will enter historic Quebec City and then head northward to explore the natural treasures of the province of Quebec. The cosmopolitan cities of Montreal and Toronto will bring this multi-cultural itinerary to a fitting conclusion.
Daily departures: May 1 - October 20, 2021

5. Great lakes treasures, 16 days | From $2.312
A captivating urban centre, dramatic northern scenery, peaceful woodland landscapes and fascinating native culture are combined in an adventurous itinerary revealing the unique character of Ontario. The towering city skyline of Toronto and its bustling urban landscape are contrasted against a journey into the majestic northern forests of Ontario. An unforgettable stay at an aboriginal-operated wilderness retreat on the remote Manitoulin Island is a highlight of this journey. Visit vibrant northern communities to get a sense of how the resource-rich landscape has shaped the lifestyles of the residents. Discover Ontario’s native history and its spectacular beauty on this true northern journey beyond nature.
Daily departures: May 7 - October 8, 2021

6. French culture, lobsters and lighthouses, 18 days | From $1.879
Immerse yourself in the fascinating historic beginnings of Canada as this programme explores the first urban centres of Quebec, the inspiring villages and national parks of the St. Lawrence River and the imposing shores and deep wilderness of the east coast. The vibrant art and culture of French Canada are the driving forces of Montreal and Quebec City, expressed through their architecture, museums and collection of restaurants representing cuisine from nations around the world. The St. Lawrence Seaway dominates the view as the route travels into the heart of Acadia and its mix of French, Native and Scottish ancestry that perfectly complements the lobster-laden inlets of the Northumberland Strait and the magnificently stark wilderness of the Cape Breton Highlands. The route leads back into Quebec where the waters of the sea and river meet and formed country’s earliest trading marine super-highway – a passage that is still one of the most in North America today.
Daily departures: May 8 - September 28, 2021


  • PAYMENT: All costs are quoted in Canadian dollars per person
    • Until 61 days prior to arrival: No charge
    • 60-30 days: 25% of cost
    • 29-15 days: 75% of cost
    • 14-1 days or no show: 100% of cost
  • TBA - To Be Announced