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The Gaspé Peninsula

                                                   (Sample tour)

Day 1 – Montreal
Arrival at Montreal international Airport.
Rental car / motorcycle pick-up.
Check-in at selected hotel in Montreal.
Scenic tour of Montreal.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The Old Montreal the oldest part of the city.
The Notre-Dame Basilica with its Gothic Revival architecture.
The Bonsecours Market was the main public market for more than 100 years.
The Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal.
The Quartier international de Montreal (QIM) or Montreal's International District.
Sainte-Catherine Street the primary commercial artery of Downtown Montreal.
The Montreal Chinatown with its Asian restaurants, food markets, and stores.
The world-famous Biodome.
The fine restaurants on Saint Lawrence Boulevard, Boulevard St Laurent.
The 19 miles Montreal’s underground commercial network.
The Jean-Talon Market.
The Little Italy.
Montreal’s Latin Quarter.
The clubs of Rue St. Catherine.
The commercial Rue St. Denis
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in Montreal.

Day 2 – Montreal – Trois Rivières (138.5 km)
Transfer to Trois Rivières.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The city of Trois Rivières.
St. Maurice Ironworks ("Forges du Saint-Maurice "), a National Historic Site of Canada.
The Ursulines' Monastery.
The Basilica of Notre-Dame-du-Cap a sanctuary which receives thousands of pilgrims.
The Boulevard des Forges, and its century-old buildings cafés, restaurants, & bars.
Check-in at selected hotel in Trois Rivières
Overnight in Trois Rivières.

Day 3 – Trois Rivières – Quebec (127 km)
Transfer to Quebec City.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The Old Quebec (French: Vieux-Québec) historic neighborhood.
The place Royale (Royal Square) the oldest french settlement in America.
The Old Quebec Funicular railway linking the Upper Town to the Lower Town.
The Escalier «casse-cou» ("neck-breaking" steps) linking the Upper to the Lower Town.
The Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, a small Roman Catholic stone church in the Lower Town.
The Petit Champlain neighborhood, the oldest commercial district in North America.
The Musée de la civilisation (Museum of Civilization).
The Château Frontenac a National Historic Site of Canada.
The Plains of Abraham where a famous Battle took place on 13 September 1759.
The Citadelle, part of the fortifications of Quebec City.
The Parliament Building (French: Hôtel du Parlement) built from 1877 to 1886.
The Cathedral-minor basilica Our Lady of Quebec City the oldest see in the New World.
The ramparts of Old Quebec, the only remaining fortified city walls north of Mexico.
Check-in at selected hotel in Quebec City.
Tour de Quebec City.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in Quebec City.

Day 4 – Quebec – La Malbaie (145 km)
Transfer to La Malbaie.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The Island of Orleans (Île d'Orléans) the birthplace of francophones in North America.
The town of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Saint Anne is the patron saint of Quebec.
The Sainte-Anne Canyon, a steep-sided gorge, carved by the Sainte-Anne-du-Nord River.
The Sainte-Anne-du-Nord River waterfall, dropping over a 74 m (243 ft) within the canyon.
The Isle-aux-Coudres, named by Jacques Cartier during his second expedition in 1535.
Check-in at selected hotel in La Malbaie.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Visit to the Charlevoix Casino
Overnight in  La Malbaie.

Day 5 – La Malbaie – Forestville (170 km)
Transfer to Forestville.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The oldest wooden church in Canada in Tadoussac.
The St-Laurent River by boat.
Whales from a whales watching boat.
The municipality of Fjord of the Saguenay “river” (Le Fjord-du-Saguenay).
Check-in at selected hotel in Forestville.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in Forestville.

Day 6 – Forestville –Matane (108 km)
Transfer to Matane.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The St-Laurent River by ferry.
The town of Rimouski.
The historic maritime Site de la Pointe-au-Père is a maritime museum in Rimouski.
The Pointe-au-Père (Father Point) district at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River.
The 108 feet tall 3rd Pointe-Au-Père lighthouse, the second tallest in eastern Canada.
The Beausejour Park.
Check-in at selected hotel in Matane.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in Matane.

Day 7 – Matane –Sainte-Anne-des-Monts (88 km)
Transfer to Sainte-Anne-des-Monts.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The Cap-Chat village (Parc du rocher Cap-Chat, D’Arbre en Arbre).
The Gaspésie National Park containing the highest peak of the Appalachian Mountains.
Check-in at selected hotel in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts.

Day 8 – Sainte-Anne-des-Monts – Gaspé (200 km)
Transfer to Gaspé.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The exceptional wildlife habitat of Chic-Chocs Wildlife Reserve.
The village of La Martre.
The village of Madeleine Centre.
The village of Pointe à la Renommée.
The village of Cap des Rosiers.
Check-in at selected hotel in Gaspé.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in Gaspé.

Day 9 – Gaspé
Day of excursions.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The site where Jacques Cartier disembarked in 1534.
The Forillon National Park, at the outer tip of the Gaspé Peninsula.
Whales from a whales watching boat.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in Gaspé.

Day 10 – Gaspé – Percé (63 km)
Transfer to Percé.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The site of Cap d'Espoir with its lovely sandy beach.
The lighthouse on the cape.
The Bonaventure Island home to the largest colony of Northern Gannet in the world.
The Percé Rock formation on the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula.
Check-in at selected hotel in Percé
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in Percé

Day 11 – Percé – Carleton (190 km)
Transfer to Carleton
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The town of New Richmond situated near the mouth of the Grand Cascapeida River.
The British Heritage Museum.
The Pointe Duthie at the eastern side of the entrance to the Grand Cascapeida River.
The Pointe Duthie Lighthouse constructed in 1903.
Check-in at selected hotel au port de Carleton.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in  Carleton.

Day 12 – Carleton – Edmundston, NB (255 km)
Transfer to Edmundston, NB.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The city of Edmundston.
The New Brunswick Botanical Garden provincial park in suburban Saint-Jacques.
The Roman and Gothic styles Cathedral of Immaculate Conception Built in 1924.
The Fortin du Petit-Sault Blockhouse rebuilt in 2000.
The Museum of the Automobile.
The Madawaska Historic Museum.
Check-in at selected hotel in Edmundston.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Nightlife enjoyment in Edmundston.
Overnight in Edmundston.

Day 13 – Edmundston, NB – Rivière du Loup (142 km)
Transfer to Rivière du Loup
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The Petit Témis Interprovincial Linear Park, bike path connecting Québec and New Brunswick.
The Parc des Chutes with its 33-metre-high waterfall and several other smaller falls.
The Musée du Bas Saint-Laurent keeping region’s historical records and collective memory.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in Rivière du Loup.

Day 14 – Rivière du Loup – Montreal (436 km)
Transfer to Montreal.
Glimpses & sightseeing of:
The St-Laurent River.
Check-in at selected hotel in Montreal.
Rental car / motorcycle drop off.
Rest of the day at leisure for relaxing and / or personal discovering.
Overnight in Montreal.

Day 15 – Montreal
Transfer to Montreal international Airport.
Flight back home.

Total distance (2 062.5 km)