Canada Tours
Updated: Feb. 18th, 2018

Festival of Stars Christmas Concerts in Niagara featuring Irish singing sensation Daniel O’Donnell and Country Star Crystal Gayle
Churchill, Manitoba - Bring your Camera and Your Sense of Adventure as we head North to Polar Bear Country
Newfoundland & Labrador “Off the Beaten Path”
Maritime Sampler - The Hidden Gems of Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia
Ottawa - Our Nation’s Capital
Newfoundland – In the pursuit of Icebergs & National Park Beauty
Montreal Ladies Getaway
Newfoundland & Labrador
Discover Quebec - Whale Watching

Exploring Cobourg & Port Hope
Festival of Stars Christmas Concerts in Niagara Falls
Black Friday Shopping at the Outlet Collection Mall at Niagara
Polar Bear Migration
Ontario Fall Tour featuring Manitoulin Island & the Algoma Central Railway
Thousand Island Resort
Niagara-on-the-Lake Overnight Tour featuring Shaw Festival
The Hidden Gems of Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia
Niagara Falls Overnight Trip to Fallsview Casino
Niagara-on-the-Lake Overnight Tour featuring Shaw Festival
Our Nation’s Capital
West Coast of Newfoundland
Newfoundland & Labrador
Newfoundland - 10 day tour

Ontario Fall Tour
Viamede Resort, Kawarthas
Polar Bear Migration
Ontario Summer Overnight Mystery Tour
Ottawa - Our Nation’s Capital
Stratford Festival Overnight Tour
West Coast of Newfoundland
Daniel O'Donnell Niagara Falls Tour
Discover Quebec - Whale Watching
Western Canada Tour Including the Calgary Stampede
Newfoundland and Labrador

New Tears Eve Niagara Falls 2015
Autumn Mystery Tour

Yukon & Alaska on a road less travelled + Southbound Alaskan Cruise

Newfoundland & Labrador

The Hidden Gems of PEI, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia

Stratford Festival Overnight Tour


Agawa Canyon Fall Colour Tour

Sarnia-Lambton, Essex & Windsor

30th Anniversary Celebrations at Deerhurst Resort

Churchill, Manitoba - Polar Bear Country



Sunday, September 14 to Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Manitoulin Island & Tobermory Fall Colour Tour
Tentative Itinerary:
Day 1:  Sun., Sept. 14 - Tour departs from the Tour Office at 7:00a.m., Barrie, Kozlov Mall at 7:30a.m. (Overnight parking is available at the Tour Office at Hwy 88 & 400).
Today we travel to Tobermory for an overnight stay at the Bruce Anchor Motel.  This afternoon enjoy free time to explore on your own or take a boat trip to Flowerpot Island and see the Ship Wrecks.  Enjoy a group dinner this evening.  (D)
Day 2: Mon., Sept. 15 - This morning we will board the Chi-Cheemaun Ferry and sail through Georgian Bay and Lake Huron to Manitoulin Island. Our home for the next two nights is the beautiful new Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Centre at Little Current. (D) 
 Day 3: Tues., Sept.16 - Today we explore Manitoulin Island with our step on guide. This morning we enjoy a unique experience on a visit to the Ojibwa Cultural Art Gallery & Museum, Lillian’s Quill Box Museum and the impressive Immaculate Conception Church. In the afternoon learn of cultural traditions and stories as we take part in an Aboriginal Drum Presentation.  (B & D)
Day 4: Wed., Sept. 17 - After breakfast, we depart the Manitoulin Island.  This afternoon enjoy a visit to Dynamic Earth- an exhibit that displays Mining in Sudbury and the impact it has had on the community. Enjoy a group dinner at the Log Cabin in Parry Sound enroute home. (B & D)                                                          
Tour includes:  motor coach transportation with tour director, 3 nights’ accommodation, hotel taxes, baggage handling, 6 meals, attractions and guided tours as listed in the itinerary & HST.                    
Cost per person: Twin $869.00, Triple $789.00, Quad $749.00 & Single $1069.00
A deposit of $250.00 is required upon booking with the balance due in full one month prior to departure.
RBC Travel Insurance is available through our office at the time of booking at an additional charge.



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