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Whales, Fjords and French Canada: Saguenay and the St. Lawrence

Program Number: 12684RJ
Start and End Dates:
9/8/2013 - 9/14/2013; 6/22/2014 - 6/28/2014; 9/7/2014 - 9/13/2014;
Duration: 6 nights
Location: Quebec City, Quebec
Price starting at: $1,559.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Natural History; History & Culture Activity Level: t (see description)
Meals: 17; 6 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches, 6 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian    

From beluga, humpback, minke, fin and perhaps sperm whales, discover the rich cetacean diversity in the St. Lawrence River, fueled by the upwelling of krill near Saguenay Fjord while never far from shore. Drive through the remnants of a 350-million-year-old meteorite crater and experience the quaint charm in the cultural and historical heart of French Canada set in rural Tadoussac. Discover Quebec City as you explore its vibrant culture, historical architecture and European charm.




Highlights

• Learn about whale behavior and identification at the whale research station from local experts.
• Numerous chances to view whales in one of the richest and most diverse cetacean feeding grounds in Canada’s first and largest marine sanctuary.
• Immerse yourself in Québecois culture with excursions that explore the artistry, old cities and farming villages.



Activity Particulars

Walks up to one mile; boarding and disembarking boats.




Date Specific Information

9-8-2013, 6-22-2014, 9-7-2014

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Itinerary Summary

Independent arrival, Quebec City, 1 night; coach to Tadoussac, 4 nights; coach to Quebec City, 1 night. Independent departure.




Tadoussac

France’s first trading post on the mainland of “New France” is today located near its original French outpost at the mouth of the Saguenay River. Tadoussac remains a destination for those seeking riches, though the region is best known for its natural wealth, from nearby whale-watching to the 200-foot sand dunes of the Saguenay Fjord.



Quebec City

The towers and turrets of Chateau Frontenac dominate the skyline of this 400-year-old walled city on the St. Lawrence River, the only fortified city north of Mexico. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage City, Canada’s oldest city is known and loved for its European charms and narrow, cobblestone streets lined with centuries-old homes.



Accommodations
Quebec City: European-style hotel. Tadoussac: Historic hotel with its distinctive red roof and dormer windows.

Road Scholar Instructors
These instructors are participating on at least one date of this program. Please note that changes may occur.
Stephen Marchessault

Stephen Marchessault was raised in a bilingual family and has spent most of his life in Québec City. He majored in history at Glendon College at York University in Toronto, and over the years, has developed an interest in the history of Québec City. Stephen enjoys sharing his interest and knowledge of this World Heritage City with lifelong learners.
 
Meals and Lodgings
   Manoir Victoria
  Quebec City, QC 1 night
   Hotel Tadoussac
  Tadoussac, Quebec 4 nights
   Manoir Victoria
  Quebec City, QC 1 night
 Manoir Victoria
Type: Four-Star Hotel
  Description: Located in the heart of historic, culturally vibrant, gastronomic and romantic Old Québec, the unique 4-star European-style hotel extends a warm and friendly welcome in an inviting decor and spectacular surroundings that have been delighting visitors for centuries. The popularity of the Hotel Manoir Victoria began in the early 1830’s. Named Hotel Albion at the time, it was located on the East side of Côte du Palais, i.e. across the street from the actual hotel. At the time, the Albion hotel, owned by Thomas Payne, was the best in town and a room was charged $1.50 per night. Later, the hotel name changed for Stadacona. Benjamin Trudel, owner of another hotel in Québec, bought the Stadacona in 1895, refurbished the hotel and named it “Hotel Victoria”.
  Contact info: 44, Cote du Palais
Quebec, QC G1R 4H8 Canada
phone: 800-463-6283 xor4186921030
web: www.manoir-victoria.com/index.php/en/
  Room amenities: Room amenities include hairdryer, individual digital thermostat, color TV with cable and remote control, complimentary high speed internet access in all rooms, alarm clock, direct access telephone, minibar ($), ), iron and ironing boards.
  Facility amenities: The new Spa du Manoir offers expert body and esthetic care, an indoor pool, a sauna, a fitness centre, an Internet lounge as well as indoor parking with valet service.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Additional nights prior: Call for current prices Call for availability and current prices.
  Check in time: 3:00 PM
  Additional nights after: Call for current prices Call for availability and current prices.
  Check out time: 12:00 PM

 Hotel Tadoussac
Type: Hotel
  Description: In 1865, Hôtel Tadoussac opened its doors, marking the beginning of a century of vacationing. In 1927, a ferryboat transporting cars began regular service between Tadoussac and Baie-Sainte-Catherine. For more than 150 years, visitors have been enjoying what is now known as the most famous landmark in Tadoussac, Hôtel Tadoussac. With its whitewashed walls, red roof, maritime colours, dormer windows and cupola, Tadoussac Hotel calls to mind an earlier era. Overlooking Tadoussac Bay and the St. Lawrence River the hotel offers sublime comfort in a stunning marine environment far from the hustle and bustle of modern life. As you look out from the hotel terrace, you will see sailboats anchored in the bay overlooking the St. Lawrence River.
  Contact info: 165 rue Bord de l'Eau
Tadoussac, QC G0T 2A0 Canada
phone: 418-235-4421
web: www.hoteltadoussac.com
  Room amenities: Many of our rooms overlook picturesque Tadoussac Bay, and display floral and nautical touches. All rooms come with iron and ironing board, hair dryer, free coffee in room, flat screen TV and free wireless high-speed Internet access.
  Facility amenities: Outdoor swimming pool, mini golf, tennis court, game room. There are a variety of dining options to at the hotel; our chef draws his inspiration from the fresh local seafood and savoury Charlevoix food products. Le William Restaurant: Enjoy an intimate atmosphere and stunning view of the St. Lawrence River, perfect for a romantic dinner for two. Le Coverdale Dining Room: The luxurious Le Coverdale truly captures Hôtel Tadoussac’s rich sense of history with its period woodwork and beautiful mural. Enjoy mouth-watering buffets featuring local specialties. Le Beaupré Restaurant: Inspired by Le Coverdale Dining room, Le Beaupré offers a more casual setting, ideal for family meals. Enjoy a leisurely lunch or dinner on the outside terrace. Le Coquart Café Lounge Cocktail Bar: Start your day with a delicious coffee in a relaxing atmosphere. Take a healthy lunch or drink one of our cocktail in a breathtaking environment. Le Coquart Café Lounge is a comfortable and inviting spot featuring a full bar service.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Independent arrivals and transfers to the program hotel after 3:00 pm, Quebec City. Dinner is at 6:00 pm. You will be staying at Manoir Victoria that night.
  End of Program:
Breakfast is between 7:00 and 9:00 am. Program ends after breakfast and the morning activity. Check-out time is 12:00 noon. You will be staying at Manoir Victoria the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required. PASSPORTS: Passport requirements are subject to change. Visit www.travel.state.gov/travel/cbpmc/cbpmc_2223.html for up-to-date info.
  Parking availability:
Parking at Jean Lesage International Airport: approximately $15.00 CDN for every 24 hour period Parking at Hotel Manoir Victoria: approximately $20.00 CDN per day for valet parking with in and out privileges.
Transportation
To Start of Program
  Location:  Quebec City, QC
  Nearest city or town:  Quebec City
  Nearest highway: Highway 20 and 40
  Nearest airport:  Jean Lesage International Airport
  From End of Program
  Location: Quebec City, QC
    (Additional transportation information same as above)
Travel Details
 

Quebec City

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Taxi

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Approximately $30.00 - $35 CDN
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

20 - 30 minutes 

 

Distance:

 

8 miles/13 kms

   

Taxi's are available at the Jean Lesage International Airport in Quebec City (YQB) to take you to the hotel.

 

Quebec City

 

From Train Station

 
 

Service:

 

Taxi

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Approximately $8.00 CDN
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

5 - 10 minutes 

   

Via Rail offers train service to/from Quebec City. 1-888-842-7245 or visit www.viarail.ca/en

 

Quebec City

 

From Bus Terminal

 
 

Service:

 

Taxi

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Approximately $8 - $10 CDN
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

5 - 10 minutes 

   

Taxis available at bus terminal to take you to the hotel.

 

Quebec City

 

To Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Taxi

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Approximately $30.00 - $35 CDN
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

20 - 30 minutes 

 

Distance:

 

8 miles/13 kms

 

Quebec City

 

To Train Station

 
 

Service:

 

Taxi

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Approximately $8 - $10 CDN
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

5 - 10 minutes 

   

Via Rail offers train service to/from Quebec City. 1-888-842-7245 or visit www.viarail.ca/en

 

Quebec City

 

To Bus Terminal

 
 

Service:

 

Taxi

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Approximately $8 - $10 CDN
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

5 - 10 minutes 

 
Driving Directions
  Hwy. 20 Highway 20 to Pierre-Laporte bridge. Exit blvd. Laurier. Continue straight for 11km to the Parliament building. Turn left on Honoré-Mercier and right on St Jean at the 4th traffic light. After the St Jean stone gate, left at the traffic light on Côte du Palais. ATTENTION: During the period of June to September, St Jean Street is reserved to pedestrians from 5.30 pm and all day long on weekends. You then need to continue on Honoré Mercier for 3 more streets further than St Jean Street to Côte de la Potasse on your right. At the bottom, it will become Côte du Palais on the right.
  Hwy. 40 Highway 40 becomes 440 then Charest Boulevard then rue St-Paul.To train station "Gare du Palais" and on your right on St-Nicolas St. that becomes Côte du Palais.
Equipment Requirements: There is no special equipment required. Good walking shoes recommended.
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Check-In/Orientation
(Sunday, September 8)
   
 Afternoon: HOTEL CHECK-IN/REGISTRATION: Independent arrivals and transfers to the program hotel after 3:00 pm. Registration between 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. in the hotel lobby.
 Dinner: Welcome dinner at the hotel
 Evening: INTRODUCTIONS: Following dinner, you will meet for introductions, a review of the program and site orientation. Optional evening walk in Old Quebec.
   
Accommodations: Manoir Victoria
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: Montmorency Falls/Art Gallery - Baie St. Paul/Whale Observation
(Monday, September 9)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: FIELD TRIP: Montmorency Falls, Basilica Ste. Anne de Beaupre and Cyclorama. Board the coach for Tadoussac via Charlevoix. Along the way we make several stops to points of interest including Montmorency Falls, at 272 feet high, the falls are almost 100 feet higher than Niagara Falls. We visit the Basilica at Ste. Anne de Beaupre, an important pilgrimage site in North America, and the spectacular cyclorama.
 Lunch: Lunch in Baie St. Paul.
 Afternoon: FIELD TRIP: Baie St. Paul, Art Galleries and Pointe Noire. After lunch we will walk through the town of Baie St. Paul, prized by painters from everywhere in the country. Along the narrow streets of Baie-Saint-Paul, you can admire numerous ancestral houses that clearly remind of the wealthy businessmen who settled in this region. The streets of the city are lined with boutiques and art galleries that show works by artists who come to the area for inspiration to paint or sculpt their beautiful works of art. We resume our travel along the St. Lawrence - drive through a 350 million year old meteorite crater then to Pointe Noire lighthouse. Perched at the edge of the Saguenay Fjord with a view of Tadoussac and the St. Lawrence River, beluga whales are often spotted from here.
 Dinner: Dinner at Le Bateau - French Canadian buffet.
 Evening: PRESENTATION: The Mighty River. Evening presentation is a screening of the video "The Mighty River", narrated by Donald Sutherland.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Tadoussac
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Whale Safari/Research Station/Saguenay Rocks
(Tuesday, September 10)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at Hotel Tadoussac
 Morning: FIELD TRIP: Whale Watching Safari. We embark on a morning whale watching safari with an experienced naturalist to see Fin, Minke and Beluga whales perhaps Humpback and Blue whales. The Gulf and Estuary of the St. Lawrence form a kingdom for whales. They are like an open air laboratory for biologists fascinated by these giants. Since the beginning of the 1980's, the St. Lawrence has also become an incomparable destination for those wishing to attempt an encounter with whales. For it is here where the upwelling phenomena supplies vast clouds of krill and small fish that attract so many whales.
 Lunch: Lunch at the marina.
 Afternoon: PRESENTATION: Whale Research Station & Museum. At the CIMM Museum (Le Centre d'Interprétation des Mammifères Marins or the Sea Mammals Interpretation Centre) you'll discover the fascinating and mysterious world of the St-Lawrence whales with our Museum specialists. Where can one see them? How to recognize them? The Museum’s exhibitions, skeleton collection and reconstitutions of sea-mammals, films and slide-shows are not to be missed. Listen to the underwater sounds of the Saguenay River; see spectacular images and reproductions of whales, and more. EXCURSION: Saguenay Fjord Walk. Take a guided walk to the mouth of the Saguenay Fjord and possibly see Minke whales close to shore.
 Dinner: Dinner at Restaurant du Lac, Hotel Beluga.
 Evening: EXCURSION: The Man Who Planted Trees. A video screening of "The Man Who Planted Trees", narrated by Christopher Plummer. It tells the story of a solitary shepherd who patiently plants and nurtures a forest of thousands of trees, single-handedly transforming his arid surroundings into a thriving oasis. A film of great beauty and hope, this story is a remarkable parable for all ages and an inspiring testament to the power of one person.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Tadoussac
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Whale Research Station/Saguenay St. Lawrence Marine Park/Sand Dunes
(Wednesday, September 11)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at Hotel Tadoussac
 Morning: PRESENTATION: Whale Research Station & Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park. Hear about the role and activity of the Whale research station at the CIMM Museum. A presentation on the Saguenay–-St. Lawrence Marine Park will provide a snapshot of this unique natural environment: the majestic waters of the world’s largest estuary mingling here with those of the longest fjord in Eastern Canada. It is Canada's first and largest marine park, where water depths vary from 15 to over 1,000 feet. This encounter between the St. Lawrence Estuary and the Saguenay Fjord produces exceptional oceanographic phenomena, such as cold waters welling up to the surface, that foster biological diversity. As well as a rich natural heritage, learn about the significant cultural background and fascinating history of the marine park area. Physical traces of human life, as much as 8,000 years old, bear witness to their presence here.
 Lunch: Lunch at Hotel Tadoussac.
 Afternoon: EXCURSION: Sand Dunes Walk. We go to the Beluga Interpretation Centre, then visit the Sand Duness and marvel at the 200 foot high dunes descending to the beach below.
 Dinner: Dinner Cafe du Fjord
 Evening: PRESENTATION: Benny's Whale Quiz.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Tadoussac
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Cape de Bon Desir Lighthouse/Marine Discovery Centre/Archo-Topo
(Thursday, September 12)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at Hotel Tadoussac
 Morning: FIELD TRIP:Cap-de-Bon-Désir Lighthouse & Montagnais Essipit Reserve. We board the coach for Les Escoumins. At Cap-de-Bon-Désir listen to the lighthouse tell about its past and the lives of its keepers. It is also an excellent place from which to admire the St. Lawrence Estuary and the seek out the many species of marine mammals there, including minke, common and blue whales, belugas and many species of seals and seabirds. ` Learn about the native settlement of this area and how the community owed its survival—and lifestyle—to the use of natural resources. Essipit, established where traditional shipping routes intersected, took advantage of its enviable location to do business with travelers. The advent of the logging industry in the 19th century completely transformed life in the area, and at this time the federal government created reserves, including Essipit, founded in 1892. Visit the Montagnais Essipit reserve and learn how residents developed new economies based on trade and crafts.
 Lunch: Lunch at Le Bouleau.
 Afternoon: FIELD TRIP: Marine Discovery Centre. At the Marine Discovery Centre; learn how ships’ captains conquered the St. Lawrence over the years, in an exhibition on navigation on the river. View a diver's film showing sea life 45 feet below the surface, sea stars, sea cucumbers, anemones and sponges. See where and how local peat moss is collected and harvested. At Archo-Topo at Bergeronnes you will learn about the archeology and natural history of the area. Examine artifacts documenting 8,000 years of human presence here at the Archeo-Topo Museum.
 Dinner: Dinner is at La Galouine.
 Evening: Optional slide show presentation and activity or enjoy some free time this evening.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Tadoussac
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Heritage Mill/Les Eboulements/Maritime Museum/Farewell Dinner
(Friday, September 13)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at Hotel Tadoussac
 Morning: FIELD TRIP: Les Eboulements/Vintage Mill. We depart by coach for Quebec City En route you will visit an 18th century water-run flour mill in les Eboulements, still in operation today. Entirely restored, its original mechanism powered by a waterwheel still drives the millstones. Together, the mill and the seigneurial manor are one of the last four remaining seigneurial sites. The adjacent structure is still the miller's house. Les Eboulements owes its name to a geological incident that changed the shape of this territory in 1663. A gigantic landslide occurred as a result of an earthquake, causing part of the coast to be swept away into the St. Lawrence River. The tormented landscape of this region, steep and mountainous, offers nonetheless, sites of sensational beauty. The village owes its fame to its country heritage and to the beautiful architecture and character of its houses.
 Lunch: Lunch at Hotel Beausejour in St. Joseph de la Rive.
 Afternoon: FIELD TRIP: Maritime Museum. Discover Charlevoix’s maritime tradition at the Maritime Museum located at the former Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive shipyard. The shipyard was dedicated to the building, repair and winter dry-docking of schooners until it closed in 1972. The Maritime Museum preserves and recounts the Charlevoix’s maritime history through tales of the schooners that once sailed the St. Lawrence and the building techniques unique to these magnificent ships. Enjoy a magical moment on the shores of the mighty St Lawrence, where centuries of history unfolded and learn about the history of navigation and better understand the role of the navigation in the economic development of Quebec.
 Afternoon: EXCURSION: Paper Making Workshop. At the Papeterie Saint-Gilles, you can observe artists making paper using ancient techniques. Their fine cotton paper is embroidered with leaves or flowers representing regional trees and flowers. In the workshop, you can see the craftsmen at work, while in the museum you can see some beautiful works of art made with paper. This one-of-a-kind workshop in Canada has preserved its strictly craftsmanship-oriented nature.
 Dinner: Farewell dinner in Quebec City.
   
Accommodations: Manoir Victoria
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Old Quebec Guided Walk/Independent Departures
(Saturday, September 14)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at Hotel Tadoussac
 Morning: FIELD TRIP: Old Quebec Guided Walk. A presentation on Quebec City followed by a guided walk in Old Quebec by a local historian will give you an excellent overview of Québec City from its founding to the present day. Learn about the principal historical events that occurred here and explore charming and historic Old Québec City. Start at the Lower Town and Place Royale, known as the cradle of French civilization in North America with its fine stone merchant houses and Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church. At Place d'Armes, you will see the monument of Samuel de Champlain, Father of New France and founder of Québec City. Dufferin Terrace is an enchanting area offering magnificent views of the mountains, St. Lawrence River, Lower Town and the Citadel known as the Gibraltar of North America which was built by the British between 1820 and 1832.
 Morning: INDEPENDENT DEPARTURES: Program ends after the morning activity; check-out time is 12:00 noon.
   
Meals Included: Breakfast

Free Time Opportunities
 
  Tadoussac, Quebec Mer & Monde Écotours (Sea Kayaking)
Guided sea-kayaking tours in the Saguenay Fjord and out onto the St. Lawrence Estuary with Mer & Monde Écotours. Half-day or two- to four-day packages are available. For all packages we provide: kayak (tandem or solo), isothermal clothing, an experienced guide, camping material and meals, as well as training before departure. The three-hour tour departs daily at 9:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.Mer & Monde Écotours (right on Tadoussac beach) Telephone: 1-418-235-1056 Toll-free: 1-866-637-6663
  Quebec City, QC Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec
This is the city's major art museum. It occupies a former prison, a soaring glass-roofed Grand Hall, a stylish cafe, and a shop. The best reason to visit is to see the Inuit art collected over the years by Québécois Raymond Brousseau. In 2005, the museum acquired his major collection, assembled over many years. For additional information, visit www.mnba.qc.ca/Home.aspx
  Musée de la Civilisation
This museum is one of the most engrossing in all of Canada. Open since 1988, it's an innovative presence on the waterfront of historic Basse-Ville. A dramatic atrium-lobby sets the tone with a representation of the St. Lawrence River with an ancient ship beached on the shore. Definitely take in "People of Québec . . . Then and Now," a permanent exhibit that is a sprawling examination of Québec history, moving from the province's roots as a fur-trading colony to the present, providing visitors with a rich sense of Québec's daily life over the generations. For additional information, visit www.mcq.org/index_en.html
  Ursulines Convent and Museum
Learn about the educational mission of the Ursuline nuns and their way of life. The Ursulines landed in New France in 1639 and concerned themselves with the education of girls, both French and Native. The Convent is the oldest institution of its kind in North America and is housed in buildings erected at various times during the monastery's three and a half centuries of existence. The Chapel dates from the early 20th century and preserves the interior decor of the original 1730s chapel. The Ursulines museum contains one of the richest ethnographic and artistic collections passed down from the early days of New France, including exquisite embroidery worked by the nuns. For additional information, visit www.quebeccityjourney.com/chapelle-musee-de-ursulines.htm
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List


Visitor's Guide to Tadoussac


Author: Benny Beattie


Description: You will receive a copy of the Visitor's Guide to Tadoussac which was written by your Group Leader, Benny Beattie.



Saguenay, River of Deep Waters


Author: Blowden Davies


Quebec: Bonjour, eh?


Author: H. Keith and S McCully


Montcalm and Wolfe, The French and Indian War


Author: Francis Parkman Caleb Carr (Editor) John Keegan (Introduction)


Description: This volume, a reprint of the original 1884 edition by the great Francis Parkman, is an extensively researched account of the French and Indian War and of the great generals Montcalm and Wolfe.



Canada and Quebec: One Country, Two Histories


Author: Robert Bothwell


Description: An in-depth look at Canada-Quebec relations through interviews with prominent Canadian figures.





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