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Discover the spirit of the early settlers along Native American trade routes. Hike and canoe through wild landscapes, share stories around the campfire and explore a new land for yourself in some of the best national and provincial parks of the East. And of course we couldn't go without throwing in a few 21st century thrills for good measure.

  • Days 1 New York Area & Niagara Falls

    Check out Mother Nature's most epic creation, Niagara Falls. Made up of three waterfalls, this mighty natural wonder will blow you away with its sheer power. The noise it makes is pretty immense too! Take the included 'Maid of the Mist' boat trip for a truly awesome up close perspective of the falls. Prepare to get very wet! Accommodation: Camping included

  • Days 2 Toronto

    Take some time to explore the wares of Kensington Market a huge area where you can find some interesting souvenirs for the folks back home or simply pick up some tasty treats for the road. For a different perspective on this vibrant and multicultural city head up to the top of the half-kilometre high CN Tower for some great, if not dizzying, views. At night, head to the Distillery District, a five hectare area devoted to Toronto's finest eateries and drinking establishments or grab your fellow trekkers and catch a baseball game. Accommodation: Camping included

  • Days 3-4 Algonquin Provincial Park

    In the true spirit of the Canadian pioneers, set off on an unforgettable included wilderness canoe trip in the province's largest and best known park, Algonquin Provincial Park. With thousands of possible canoe routes to be taken, this truly is one of the most unique ways to explore the area, so enjoy! Keep an eye out for a sighting of moose or Black Bears. Accommodation: Camping included

  • Days 5-6 Montreal

    A true cultural mix is next on the agenda with a visit to Montreal - the second largest city in Canada. Enjoy the city's French culture, narrow lanes and quirky cafes. For adventure seekers, you can rip it up across the Lachine Rapids by high-powered jet boat. For the foodies amongst you, Montreal has some great cuisine to sink your teeth into. Why not try a local favourite, poutine? Delicious cheesy curds on thin French fries all topped with a thick gravy, yum! Or how about a 'Reuben' smoked meat sandwich, which is totally delicious and melts in your mouth? For a culinary adventure, Montreal's famous restaurant in the dark, O'Noir, will totally tickle your taste buds. Accommodation: Hostel nights included

  • Days 7-8 Quebec City

    It's time to enjoy some French culture as you explore the streets of North America's only surviving walled city. Practice your French and embrace the European flair or get snap happy around the historic Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Fuelled by warm pastries and scrumptious local cheeses, pay a visit to the Basilique Cathedrale - the Notre Dame de Quebec. With its gold interior and ornate carving it's a majestic wonder definitely worthy of your time. Accommodation: Camping included

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  • Canadian Wilderness canoe trip in Algonquin Provincial Park
  • Niagara Falls Maid of the Mist cruise
  • Scenic walks and hikes
  • Sightseeing in Toronto, Montreal and Quebec City
  • Admission to national and provincial parks - Acadia and Algonquin
  • Walk the Freedom Trail in Boston


All accommodation - 9 camping & 3 budget lodging nights

Dodatkowe informacje

  • Jet boat ride - Montreal CA$67
  • CN Tower - Toronto CA$32-$44
  • Citadelle museum - Quebec CA$16
  • Wine tasting - Finger Lakes region US$6-$30
  • Bike rental - Acadia US$20-$25
  • Sea kayaking - Acadia US$50
  • Baseball game - Toronto from CA$25
  • Montmorency Falls (cable car) - Quebec CAD$16
  • O'Noir restaurant in the dark - Montreal CA$39-$47