Canada Tours
Updated: June 12th, 2017

--2017--
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
Great Ontario Road Trip
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 Nationís Capital
West Coast of Newfoundland
Newfoundland & Labrador
Newfoundland - 10 day tour

--2016--
Ontario Fall Tour
Viamede Resort, Kawarthas
Polar Bear Migration
Ontario Summer Overnight Mystery Tour
Ottawa - Our Nationís 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

--2015--
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

Ottawa

Agawa Canyon Fall Colour Tour

Sarnia-Lambton, Essex & Windsor

30th Anniversary Celebrations at Deerhurst Resort

Churchill, Manitoba - Polar Bear Country

--2014--
Sarnia & Windsor + Caesar's Windsor Casino
Circle Lake Superior

Daniel O'Donnel in Niagara Falls

Manitoulin Island & Tobermory

Girls Getaway in Montreal

Springtime in Ottawa

The Hidden Gems of PEI, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia
Newfoundland & Labrador

 

 

Thursday, July 2 & Friday, July 3, 2015 – Stratford Festival Overnight Tour featuring 2 plays
Swans, Summertime and Sunshine – the perfect combination
The Sound of Music - Musical
Overflowing with such beloved songs as "My Favorite Things" and "Climb Ev’ry Mountain," this heart-warming family musical tells an inspiring story of the discovery of love – and a daring bid for freedom.
She Stoops to Conquer - Comedy
If the beau she admires is too shy to talk to her, what’s the daughter of a country squire to do? Pretend she’s a barmaid, of course. From the elegant 18th century comes a classic comedy that the whole family will love.
Lucy Peacock stars as Mrs. Hardcastle in this production.

Tentative Itinerary:
Day 1: The tour departs from Orillia at 8:30a.m., Barrie, Bayfield Mall behind Canadian Tire Storeat 9:00a.m. & Tour Office at 9:30a.m.  (Overnight parking is available at our Tour Office).  We will travel to Millbank for lunch at “Anna Mae’s Restaurant & Bakery” at noon.  In the afternoon there will be free time to explore the picturesque town of Stratford at your leisure. We will check into our hotel at 3:30p.m.  A group dinner will be enjoyed before attending the evening production of Sound Of Music at the Festival Theatre.
Day 2:  This morning following breakfast we will enjoy 2 guided tours.  The first tour will take us “Behind the Scenes” of the Festival Theatre followed by a “Garden tour of the Grounds” led by the Horticultural staff.  A picnic lunch in the park will be served at noon.  In the afternoon we will attend the play, She Stoops to Conquer at the Avon Theatre. We will disembark for home immediately following the performance making a brief dinner stop in Fergus returning to Orillia at approx. 9:30p.m. 
Tour includes: motor coach transportation with Hamilton Tours Direc­tor, 1 night at the beautiful Arden Park Hotel, baggage handling, hotel taxes, 1 breakfast, 2 lunches & 1 evening dinner, orchestra level theatre tickets to 2 plays, shuttle to local shopping & HST.
Cost per person: Twin $530.00 & Single $620.00
A $150.00 deposit is required upon booking with the balance due in full on May 15, 2015 

RBC Travel Insurance is available through our office at the time of booking at an additional charge.

 

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