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Memorable Moments in French Canada – 10 Days

Québec will not let you know down in providing Memorable Moments with its spectacular landscapes, abundant wildlife, quaint towns, vibrant cities, artisanal crafts and foods, and a deep history!

Day 1: Travel To Quebec City

Make your way to Quebec City.

Check-in at the hotel and settle in.

This afternoon, meet up with your group and Prométour Tour Director to head to your first activity.

Stretch your legs exploring this 400 year old fortified city on a guided walking tour; share the secrets of Old Quebec as you journey along St-Louis and St-Jean Streets, see the breathtaking Chateau Frontenac, Parliament, Rue du Tresor, Terrasse Dufferin, Place Royale, and much more!

Enjoy dinner in a quaint local restaurant with your group.

Traverse the mighty St. Lawrence River on a ferry to enjoy a sailor’s view of the Plains of Abraham and Chateau Frontenac.

Overnight accommodation in Quebec City.

Day 2: Kamouraska & Rivière du Loup

Breakfast at the hotel.

Board your bus and continue on to Kamouraska.

Follow your Prometour Tour Director on a discovery tour of Kamouraska, considered one of the most beautiful villages in the province; « Kamouraska » means « where rushes grow at the water’s edge » in Algonquin.

Have lunch on your own.

Board your bus and continue on to Rivière du Loup.

Stop at Vignoble Amouraska for a taste of their locally made fruit alcohols.

Enjoy some leisure time to explore Rivière-du-Loup, its rich architectural heritage dates back to the 19th century.

Have dinner on your own.

Overnight accommodation in Rivière du Loup.

Day 3: Rimouski

Breakfast at the hotel.

Experience whale watching up close and personal aboard a boat on the St-Lawrence River; the south shore of the St. Lawrence is home to numerous marine mammals including 13 species of whales; minke, fin, and beluga whales are regularly spotted, and even the occasional humpback whale! Each whale encounter is unique and these gentle giants of the sea are always fascinating to watch.

Have lunch on your own.

Board your bus and continue to Rimouski.

The Pointe-au-Père Lighthouse, which was operational until 1998, played a key role in the history of navigation on the St. Lawrence River; admire the 360° view from the second highest Lighthouse in Canada.

Enjoy dinner at the hotel with your group.

Overnight accommodation in Rimouski.

Day 4: Amqui

Breakfast at the hotel.

Stop for a tour and tasting at the Vieux Moulin; located in a heritage watermill where passionate artisans produce award-winning honey wine (vin de miel).

Board your bus and continue on to Amqui.

Travel through the Matapédia Valley, “where the rivers meet” in Mi’gmaq language; the lake is the largest freshwater body in the Gaspésie, the river is known worldwide for salmon fishing, and the heritage of the Valley is evident in its historic sites, covered bridges, magnificent churches, and quaint town.

Stop at the La Vallée de la Framboise Economuseum to learn about (and taste!) how their locally grown strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants, and honeysuckles are used to produce wines, liqueurs, marinades, butters, jellies, and jams

Have lunch on your own.

Standing at 33 metres (108 ft) high, the Chute à Philomène waterfall is one of the main natural attractions in Matapédia; look down over the falls from the suspended platform for a unique view.

Dinner in a quaint local restaurant.

Overnight accommodations in Amqui.

Day 5: Percé 

Breakfast at the hotel.

Be introduced to the lively life of the Atlantic salmon at the Site des Chutes et Marais; learn about its life cycle, its global situation, and maybe even how to tell the difference between them and trout!

Board your bus and continue on to New Richmond.

Make a photo stop in Maria, there’s even a Giant Picture Frame to help you highlight the surrounding scenery!

Have lunch on your own.

Visit the Gaspesian British Heritage Village and discover the life of the first English settlers; the various houses of this historical village contain period artifacts, interpretation, traditional animation, walking trails and much more that will make your visit unforgettable.

Board your bus and continue on to Percé

Stop at the Côte Surprise Belvédère, aptly named due to the sudden view it offers of the Percé Rock.

Enjoy dinner in a quaint local restaurant with your group.

Take a stroll along the Promenade of Percé; beautifully landscaped by the sea it offers an observation tower, swings (suitable for everyone!) and lounge chairs to encourage visitors to stop and appreciate the view of the Percé Rock. 

Overnight accommodation in Percé .

Day 6: Gaspé

Breakfast at the hotel.

The Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Perce National Park is home to the biggest North American migratory bird colony (over 100,000 northern gannets!), as well as the impressive stone monolith Percé Rock (471 metres / 1545 feet  wide) where razorbills, cormorants and black-legged kittiwakes come to breed.

Have lunch on your own.

Board your bus and continue on to Gaspé.

Make a quick photo stop in Saint-Georges-de-Malbaie to admire Indian Head Rock; legend says that this is the head of a First Nations man who vowed to keep his back to the sea until his beloved is returned to him.

Stop at Cap Gaspé Craft Brewing, a family-owned microbrewery for a tour of the brewing facilities followed by a tasting of the brews along with snacks made with fresh local ingredients.

Enjoy some leisure time to explore the Gaspé, Berceau du Canada (Birthplace of Canada) with its Jacques Cartier cross monument and interpretation zone of buildings offering exhibits and historical re-enactment.

Have dinner on your own.

This evening attend “A Tale of Time and Tides”, a 17-minute multimedia show that immerses visitors in the history of Gaspé from the Micmac presence until today.

Overnight accommodation in Gaspé.

Day 7: Sainte-Anne-Des-Monts

Breakfast at the hotel.

Learn about the Mi’gmaq First Nations people from yesterday and today at the Micmac Gespeg Interpretation Site; the guided tour and permanent exhibition explain ancestral values and traditional lifestyle of living in living in harmony with nature.

Have lunch on your own.

Visit Forillon National Park, Quebec’s first national park; the park includes forests, sea coast, salt marshes, sand dunes, cliffs, and the Eastern end of the Appalachians. It is inhabited by a wide variety of Quebecois wildlife: red fox, black bear, moose, lynx, seals, great horned owls, bald eagles, mink, and beaver, to name just a few! Keep your cameras handy, there will be plenty of photo opportunities!

Continue on to Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, a small city tucked away in a hidden cove between the Chic-Choc Moutains and sea.

Have dinner on your own.

Overnight accommodation in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts.

Day 8: Matane & Rimouski

Breakfast at the hotel.

Board your bus and continue on to Matane.

Enjoy a walk along the Promenade des Capitaines in Matane; running alongside the Matane River there are commemorative plaques telling the story of the town’s maritime past including homage to the former captains of ships that played important roles.

Have lunch on your own.

Board your bus and continue on to Rimouski.

Visit the wine cellars of Vignoble Carpinteri, where they produce red, white, rose, and ice wines, as well as flavored cooking wines.

Stop for a tasting at Fromagerie du Littoral, an artisanal cheese maker of fresh cheddar, cheese spreads, ripened cheeses, grilling cheese and a probiotic cheese that is unique in Canada.

Have dinner on your own in Rimouski.

Overnight accommodation in Rimouski.

Day 9: Quebec City

Breakfast at the hotel.

Stop at Distillerie Fils du Roy to learn why a small family distillery that began in the Acadian Peninsula chose this region of Québec to open a 2nd  distillery, and how they cultivate the ingredients to produce their quality spirit.

Board your motor coach and continue on to Quebec City.

Have lunch on your own (a stop will be made en route).

Check-in at the hotel upon arrival.

Enjoy some leisure time in the enchanting Quartier Petit Champlain, the oldest shopping district in North America; don’t miss the famous  »Escalier Casse-cou » and « Wall of History ».

Have a farewell dinner in a quaint local restaurant with your group.

Overnight accommodation in Quebec City.

Day 13: Travel back Home

Breakfast at the hotel.

Say a fond goodbye to your Prométour Tour Director.

Ask your Tour Consultant for information regarding airport transfers + flight arrangements.