From history-rich Québec City and rural Charlevoix to spectacular Baie-Saint-Paul, we’ll sample Canada’s most European of provinces through its food, culture, sparkling lakes and charming city streets. Here, you will picnic along charming rivers, practice your French, then sample cider and seasonal berries as you ride the bucolic countryside. Québec’s roads wind through reminders of its early settlers: ancestral homes, covered bridges and historic churches and chapels. Join us and learn why this pocket of North America is so special.
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Cycle through vibrant UNESCO-recognized Québec City with your guide and continue to the Plains of Abraham. Then, suit up for an exciting fencing lesson!
Arrive at Jacques Cartier National Park and cycle along the river, keeping your eyes peeled for the moose, lynx and beaver who reside here. Paddle your way back downstream, taking in spectacular views from your kayak.
Cycle along the quiet country roads of Île d’Orléans, past churches, galleries and quaint little workshops. Stop for lunch at a local ciderie before meeting your train to Baie-Saint-Paul.
Head out for a zodiac excursion from Baie Sainte Catherine—you're likely to spot seals, minke, blue whales, and perhaps even belugas in this protected marine park.
Visit Grands-Jardins National Park and stroll its boreal black spruce forest and tundra. This afternoon, make your way through an easy course across the mountainside for spectacular views over the Jardins.
After a final breakfast together, we’ll retrace our steps back to Quebec City. There, we’ll bid one another adieu as we part ways for our homeward-bound flights.VIEW MAP CLOSE Want to see a full
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