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Northeastern Explorer

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Share the pioneering spirit of the early settlers as you follow Native American trade routes and discover the New World for yourself. Explore the cosmopolitan and historic cities of Northeastern USA and Canada, as well as small country towns such as the Finger Lakes. Experience a real blend of cultures, from the colonial history of New England to French influences in Canada. You'll also enjoy a whole host of natural wonders along the way, from hiking on picturesque trails around Stowe, to an included wine tasting amongst the stunning scenery of the Finger Lakes, and an included catamaran cruise at Niagara Falls.

  • Days 1 New York City

    Welcome to the 'Big Apple', the city that never sleeps on the bustling island of Manhattan in New York State. This city needs no introduction and there's plenty to keep you entertained ahead of your welcome meeting at 18:00 hrs in your hotel. Wander around on foot, explore Manhattan and Brooklyn on a cruise, or simply grab yourself a central Manhattan view for a spot of people watching to acquaint yourself with this lively city. Accommodation: Hotel included I Meals: Paid locally

  • Days 2 Finger Lakes area

    Leaving New York behind, you make your way towards the beloved Finger Lakes, a beautiful forested region filled with lakes and inland waterways - some of the deepest in USA. The area is also New York State's largest wine producing region, with over 100 vineyards located around the lakes. A wine tasting experience at one of the vineyards is included, and there's also a chance to take a dip in the cool waters of one of the lakes. Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Paid locally

  • Days 3 Niagara Falls - Toronto

    You reach the Canadian border, stopping to feel the thunder and bask in the spray of one of North America's best known natural attractions, Niagara Falls. These famous falls are located on the Niagara River, which drains from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario, forming the border between USA and Canada. There are two major falls - the American Falls and the iconic Horseshoe Falls, also known as the Canadian Falls. The Horseshoe Falls has a drop of 53 metres (173 ft.) and the American Falls has a drop of between 21-30 metres (70-100ft.). You can enjoy an included cruise on the 'Canadian Hornblower', which takes you right up to the base of the falls. Afterwards, continue along the shores of Lake Ontario to Canada's largest city, Toronto. Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Paid locally

  • Days 4 Toronto

    Enjoy a free day exploring the cosmopolitan city of Toronto, which has a city population of 2.5 million and a metropolitan population of over 5 million, making it one of the largest cities in North America. Those with a head for heights and a passion for panoramic views can head up to the observation deck at the top of the CN Tower. When completed in 1976 it was the world's tallest tower with a height of 553 metres (1815 ft.) - a status it held for 34 years. For a taste of this truly multicultural city, we recommend a lunch of dim sum in Chinatown and dinner in Greektown, or taste your way through Kensington Market. Take the opportunity to visit the key sights in between - such as the Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario or the Hockey Hall of Fame. There is so much to do here, you won't know where to start! Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Paid locally

  • Days 5-6 Montreal

    Travel from Ontario to the French-speaking province of Quebec and Canada's cultural capital, Montreal. Well known for its music, museums and avant-garde artistic flair, Montreal is one classy city. In the Summer, you can often enjoy free city festivals. Montreal hosted the 1976 Olympic Games and it's possible to visit the stadium, which is the largest in Canada. Soak up the atmosphere of the narrow lanes, quirky cafes and world-class shopping, or scream across the Lachine Rapids on an extreme jet boat tour! Why not try a classic local meal of poutine - cheesy curds on top of thin French fries, topped with thick Canadian gravy? You'll quickly realise why this is a favourite with locals and tourists alike. One of the highlights in the city is an optional dinner in the dark at O'Noir restaurant, where you eat in the pitch black for a unique culinary experience. Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Paid locally

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  • Wine tasting amongst stunning Finger Lakes scenery
  • Niagara Falls Canadian `Hornblower' scenic catamaran cruise
  • Experience the multi-cultural buzz of Toronto
  • Walk the narrow lanes of Montréal
  • Explore the unique walled city of Québec
  • Hiking opportunities on the trails surrounding Stowe
  • Discover charming New England
  • Walk the Freedom Trail in Boston


10 hotel nights and 1 lodge night in twin share accommodation. For your own room request our optional Solo Sleeper (see 'Dates and Prices' tab)

Ekstra information

  • Jet boat ride - Montreal CA$67
  • CN Tower - Toronto CA$32-$44
  • Citadelle museum - Quebec CA$16
  • Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market - Boston US$FREE
  • Baseball Game - Boston from US$20
  • Montmorency Falls (cable car) - Quebec CAD$16
  • O'Noir restaurant in the dark - Montreal CA$39-$47
  • Ghost walking tour (Old Town) - Quebec CA$20
  • Mountain biking, Stowe (summer only) US$45-$60
  • Hockey Hall of Fame - Toronto CA$18