Romantic Quebec City & Charming Charlevoix
6 Days | Quebec Roundtrip | Scheduled, Private & Custom Departures
It would have been easier for Quebec to abandon its European ancestry. But it didn’t. Everything about Quebec says old-world charm. You and your family will experience it riding through farmland on idyllic islands. Taste it in every superb farm-to-table meal. The more you discover Quebec’s culture, the more you’ll appreciate why it has stayed true to its heart.
Prices from $3,599 CAD per person based on double occupancy
Hike near the mighty St. Lawrence River where the plains meet the mountains in Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Reserve | Walk through a tranquil landscape of coastal marshes and grasslands and into the surrounding foothills for stunning views of the expansive river below | From the beautifully preserved hamlet of St-Joseph-de-la-Rive, ferry to Isle-aux-Coudres for an idyllic bike ride past stone cottages, historic churches and picturesque farmland | Stop at Les Moulins, an early 19th-century stone windmill and watermill that still churn out wheat and buckwheat flour | Catch glimpses of bucolic Baie-St-Paul and the surrounding farmland as you hike up mixed pine forest woodlands | Kayak on the meandering Gouffre River, reaching Baie-St-Paul | Indulge in a spa treatment at our unique hotel | Enjoy family meals featuring fresh ingredients from surrounding farms and dine at charming restaurants to savor the famous Charlevoix gastronomy.
Embark on a peaceful bike ride on one of Quebec’s oldest routes, Avenue Royale, past old colonial houses and the magnificent Basilique de Saint-Anne | Enjoy a picnic lunch at a local winery | Witness the impressive site of the 270-foot Montmorency Falls before riding to enchanting Quebec City | Explore the bike paths and rural roads of the lesser known south shore of the St. Lawrence | At Chutes-de-la-Chaudière park, discover its massive waterfall | Take in views of the skyline as you return to Quebec City via ferry | Bike to the Plains of Abraham, site of a famous 1759 battle | Meander through old Quebec City on a historical walking tour—a perfect way to end our adventure.