5455
Quebec
Whales, Sea and Sand: An Intergenerational Adventure
See feeding whales, visit giant sand dunes, embark on a marine safari and hear the story of local First Nations people as you explore the St. Lawrence River region with your grandchild.
Rating (5)
Program No. 5455RJ
Length
7 days
Starts at
1,649
Meals
17 Meals
6 Breakfasts
5 Lunches
6 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Vegetarian, Gluten Free
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Jun 25, 2017 - Jul 01, 2017
  • Jun 25, 2017 - Jul 01, 2017
  • Aug 13, 2017 - Aug 19, 2017
2 nights
Quebec
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 $1.50 per night. Later, the hotel name changed for Stadacona. Benjamin Trudel, owner of another hotel in Québec, bought the Stadacona in 1895, refurbished the hotel and named it “Hotel Victoria”. The Spa du Manoir offers expert body and esthetic care, an indoor pool, a sauna, a fitness centre, an Internet lounge as well as indoor parking with valet service. Room amenities include hairdryer, individual digital thermostat, color TV with cable and remote control, complimentary high speed internet access in all rooms, alarm clock, direct access telephone, minibar ($), iron and ironing boards.
4 nights
Tadoussac
In 1864, 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 an ocean of green, marsh hay, sails, boats, sea foam and more. The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, mini golf, tennis court and 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. 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.
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