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Trips to Montreal

A Starting Point Itinerary

Day 1:

  • Arrive in Montreal

  • Take a walking tour of Old Montreal

  • Have dinner at a French restaurant followed by a night tour of Montreal

Day 2:

  • Visit Notre-Dame Basilica

  • Eat lunch in the Old Port

  • See Jacques Cartier Square and St.Joseph’s Oratory

  • Have a dinner cruise with a DJ and dancing on the St. Lawrence River

Day 3:

  • Visit the Biodome and zoo

  • Have lunch in Old Montreal

  • In the afternoon, visit Mont Real Park

  • Visit the Museum of Archaeology

  • Eat dinner in an Indian Village with an evening of traditional legends and games

Day 4:

  • Visit Mont St-Hilaire Biosphere Reserve

  • Enjoy a picnic lunch at the reserve

  • Depart for home

And Now for Something Completely Different

Your tour can include an adventure through the Jardin Botanique Montreal (the Botanical Gardens). Examine the unique and wonderful plant sculptures on display there.  See the tantalizing links to Canadian history and current culture through this hugely diverse and unique form of plant expression.

The world is there to experience - let us take you there!

Specialty Itineraries

Our Prices Include:

  • All admissions, taxes, fees, tips, and 24-hour on-call support

  • Deluxe motorcoach to remain with the group for the duration of the tour

  • Three overnight hotel stays 

  • Three breakfasts, four lunches, and three dinners

  • Full time tour director

  • Want to add another city? Contact us for details. 

We offer STEM programs to Montreal, Canada. Take a tour of the Montreal Science Centre and learn first had about their STEM initiatives. 

We also offer ART tours visiting the Montreal Museum of Fine Art and the Canadian Centre of Architecture. How did Canadian Architecture develop and what are the influences that have formed Canadian art today?