A passage to Point Pelee and Windsor Essex is an excellent getaway. The climate of the Lake Erie Islands Archipelago boasts the highest heat units in the country and the longest frost-free season in Ontario. This helps make the flora and fauna of Point Pelee rather unique.
Travac’s adventure goes far beyond Point Pelee. You’ll enjoy a river cruise that highlights the architecture of both Windsor and Detroit. Taste the best Windsor has to offer and experience life in Windsor in the 1920’s on a Rum Runners tour.
Your holiday includes round trip transportation on a deluxe chartered coach, 3 night’s accommodation at Caesars, 2 lunches, 1 dinner, a full sightseeing program and the services of a Travac Tours Director.
Ottawa to Windsor
Early this morning you depart Ottawa for Windsor. Upon arrival you will check into your hotel. The remainder of the evening is free to explore your surroundings.
This morning we will make our way to Point Pelee National Park with a stop for lunch first. This park is a lush Carolinian forest oasis and the southernmost point of mainland Canada. Point Pelee National Park resounds with migrating song birds. Established in 1918, Point Pelee was the first national park in Canada to be established for conservation. Lunch is included today.
This morning you will be met by “The Rum Runners Tour” acting troupe. The group will take you on a journey through prohibition of the 1920s and 30s in Windsor. This tour includes visits to MacKenzie Hall, Bedford United Church, Willistead Manor and Franco’s Restaurant for your included lunch.
This evening you will be taken to the Windsor Pier for an exciting river cruise aboard the “Macassa Bay.” Dinner is included. Your cruise route will follow the south shore on the Windsor Essex side and then return following the north shore along the Detroit side. Expect to return to your hotel in late evening.
After breakfast, you will begin your journey back to Ottawa. You can expect to arrive in the early evening.
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