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Malta 2022

A lovely year-round climate, 7,000 years of history and a Mediterranean Lifestyle that is second to none.

Malta is a small island in the middle of the Mediterranean with a rich history and a tranquil ambiance that summons tourists from around the world. While its population is just over 400,000 it is a deeply religious country that is 98% catholic and boasts 365 churches… one for every day of the year.

History lovers will be in their element in Malta, discovering man-made structures older than the Egyptian pyramids, some of which date back 7000 years.

Due to Malta’s geographical position it has been of great strategic significance over the centuries and is dotted with forts, defensive walls and towers, as well as an excellent National War Museum. The Canadian air force played a significant role in Malta in World war II during the island’s darkest days

Malta’s historic 17th century capita, Valletta, has over 300 monuments each with special significance.

Travac wants you to enjoy the balmy weather of Malta on our semi- inclusive holiday as you stay and relax on some of the island’s best beaches. You will be able to explore a whole host of natural and man-made sights, from the caverns of the Blue Grotto to 5,000-year-old underground necropolises, and megalithic temple complexes. Shopping is excellent as are the choices in its restaurants and pubs.

Your hotel during your stay is apartment hotel the AX Sunny Coast Aparthotel in St. Paul’s Bay.

Property Location

With a stay at Sunny Coast Resort & Spa in Qawra, you’ll be near the bay and minutes from Malta National Aquarium and Bugibba Beach. This 4-star aparthotel is within close proximity of Birdpark Malta and St Paul’s Island.

Rooms

Make yourself at home in one of the 91 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and stovetops. Rooms have private balconies. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks. Breakfast is included daily during your stay.

Amenities

Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as a health club, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. This aparthotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, a hair salon, and a television in a common area.

Dates and pricing for 2022:

February 19- March 7, 2022 (17 days/15 nights):

Total selling price including all taxes:

Land View One Bedroom:

Double Occupancy: $2949 per person ($2169 + taxes of $780).

Single Occupancy: $3299 ($2519 + taxes of $780).

Sea View One Bedroom:

Double Occupancy: $3199 per person ($2419 + taxes of $780).

Single Occupancy: $3549 ($2769 + taxes of $780).

March 19- April 3, 2022 (16 days/14 nights):

Total selling price including all taxes:

Land View One Bedroom:

Double Occupancy: $3059 per person ($2279 + taxes of $780).

Single Occupancy: $3479 ($2699 + taxes of $780).

Sea View One Bedroom:

Double Occupancy: $3309 per person ($2529 + taxes of $780).

Single Occupancy: $3729 ($2949 + taxes of $780).

February 17- March 13, 2022 (25 days/23 nights):

Total selling price including all taxes:

Land View One Bedroom:

Double Occupancy: $3279 per person ($2499 + taxes of $780).

Single Occupancy: $3949 ($3169 + taxes of $780).

Sea View One Bedroom:

Double Occupancy: $3659 per person ($2879 + taxes of $780).

Single Occupancy: $4329 ($3549 + taxes of $780).

March 3-27, 2022 (25 days/23 nights):

Total selling price including all taxes:

Land View One Bedroom:

Double Occupancy: $3,459 per person ($2,679 + taxes of $780).

Single Occupancy: $4,109 ($3,329 + taxes of $780).

Sea View One Bedroom:

Double Occupancy: $3,839 per person ($3,059 + taxes of $780).

Single Occupancy: $4,489 ($3,709 + taxes of $780).

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

Depart from Ottawa to Malta

This afternoon you will be transferred with your Tour Director by private coach to Montreal for you flights to Malta. Your flights will transit through Munich and Frankfurt with Lufthansa and Swiss Air. Our office staff will be happy to assist you with more information.

Day 2

Arrival in Malta

Upon arrival in Malta, you will be transferred to your hotel in St Paul’s Bay by private chartered coach. Your Travac Tours Director will assist you with check in to AX Sunny Coast and advise you of the meeting time for your information session on optional tours. AX Sunny Coast is an apartment hotel, but breakfast is provided daily.

Day 3-24

St. Paul’s Bay, Malta

During your stay at AX Sunny Coast breakfast is included.

Malta is very diverse. The history is still evident today and dates back as far as the Neolithic period. Many temples are scattered around the island and “Ggantija” is said to be one of the oldest surviving, free-standing monuments in the world, predating Stonehenge by around 1,000 years! Thanks to their strategic position in the Med, the Maltese islands have played a crucial role in the making of history too, including the wars between Rome and Carthage, the Second World War and the Cold War, but it was perhaps the period of the Crusades which left the biggest impression. When the Knights Hospitaller of St John were driven out of Rhodes and handed Malta by Charles V, they bequeathed palaces, forts, cathedrals, an abundance of art and, of course, the Maltese Cross. Malta is also a very exciting destination. You can enjoy boat rentals and plenty of beach activities. If you’re a movie buff “The Da Vinci Code” and “Troy” with Brad Pitt along with many others were filmed here. You can take a full day tour of the sets for the series “Game of Thrones”. Although your time is free to discover Malta on your own, your Travac Tours Director will assist you with optional tours and activities throughout your stay.

Day 25

Return to Canada

Your Tour Director will assist with check out you will transfer from the hotel to the airport via private coach. Your flight will transit through Munich enroute to Montreal with Lufthansa.

Itinerary and hotel are subject to change.

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Hotel Information


AX Sunny Coast Aparthotel

Hotel website



Hotel Address
Dawret Il - Qawra, Qawra
St Paul's Bay, Malta
SPB 1981
+356 2157 2994



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Spain- Sol House- Breakfast & Dinner Included 2022

The Costa del Sol region of southern Spain is remarkable for its diverse landscapes, fabulous beaches and coastal sites as well as a wealth of small villages that dot the shore line. This Mediterranean coastline is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations, hosting millions of tourists on an annual basis. Villages have grown into robust towns with great restaurants, shopping and nightlife. The area’s history dates back thousands of years and it has developed a unique and warm culture that defines the region.

Travac is pleased to be offering exceptional new packages to the Costa del Sol region of Spain that include 2 meals per day, perfectly located deluxe accommodations in Torremolinos, and the services of a local guide while at your destination.

Attractively priced, space is sure to sell out quickly- early booking is your best guarantee of enjoying this fabulous holiday.

 

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

Depart from Canada

Your flight departs with Air Transat from Montreal direct to Malaga, Spain. Our office staff will be happy to give you flight details

Day 2

Arrival in Malaga

Upon arrival, you will be met by your Travac Tours Director and transferred to your hotel in Torremolinos by private chartered coach. Your Travac Tours Director will assist with check in and advise you of meeting time for your information session on optional tours.

Day 3-24

Costa del Sol, Torremolinos

The Hotel Sol House is a four-star resort hotel located beachfront in the popular holiday destination of Torremolinos on the Costa del Sol, in southern Spain. Accommodations consist entirely of rooms all with their own terrace, as well as breakfast and dinner daily, making it an ideal choice for a delightful vacation. Your Travac Tours Director will assist you with optional tours and outings ($) during your stay. The optional tours are paid locally in Euros and once paid are non-refundable. A listing of these tours along with costs are only available locally once in Spain. The towns of Benalmádena, Málaga, Fuengirola, Mijas and Marbella are all close by and can be easily reached by public transportation. You will also have the opportunity to visit some of the cities in the region including Seville, Malaga, Granada and the jewel of the Mediterranean, Gibraltar ($). Shopping opportunities are extensive. There are also local markets in each village that operate on different days of the week.

Day 23

Return to Canada

Your Tour Director will assist with check out and he/she will travel with you on your transfer from the hotel to the airport via private coach. He/she will assist you with your check in. Your flight is direct from Malaga to Montreal with Air Transat.

Itinerary/flights are subject to change. 

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Hotel Information


Sol House

Hotel website


Hotel Rating

Hotel Address
Salvador Allende, 45
Torremolinos, Spain

(34)952387066



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Spain- Costa del Sol 2022

The Costa del Sol region of southern Spain is remarkable for its diverse landscapes, fabulous beaches and coastal sites as well as a wealth of small villages that dot the shore line. This Mediterranean coastline is one of Europe’s most beautiful holiday destinations. Villages have grown into robust towns with great restaurants, shopping and nightlife. The area’s history dates back thousands of years and it has developed a unique and warm culture that defines the region.

Travac is pleased to be offering exceptional new packages to the Costa del Sol region of Spain for 2022 that include perfectly located deluxe accommodations in Benalmádena and the services of a local guide while at your destination.

Attractively priced, space is sure to sell out quickly- early booking is your best guarantee of enjoying this fabulous holiday.

Dates and pricing for 2022

Please note your deposits are refundable until September 1, 2021!

 

February 23- March 10, 2022 (2 weeks):

Exterior Mountain View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $2769 per person ($2079  + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy:  $3519 ($2829 + taxes of $690).

 

Exterior Pool/Sea View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $2859 per person ($2169  + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $3709 ($3019 + taxes of $690).

 

Prime Sea View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $2979 per person ($2289 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $3969 ($3279 + taxes of $690).

 

Junior Suite Deluxe Sea View – Studio Apartment

Double occupancy:  $3089 per person ($2399 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $4219 ($3529 + taxes of $690).

 

February 9- March 3, 2022 (3 weeks):

Exterior Mountain View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $3079 per person ($2389 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $4209 ($3519 + taxes of $690).

 

Exterior Pool/Sea View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $3209 per person ($2519 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $4489 ($3799 + taxes of $690).

 

Prime Sea View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $3389 per person ($2699 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy:  $4879 ($4189 + taxes of $690).

 

Junior Suite Deluxe Sea View – Studio Apartment

Double occupancy:  $3559 per person ($2869 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $5249 ($4559 + taxes of $690).

 

February 16- March 17, 2022 (4 weeks):

Exterior Mountain View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $3409 per person ($2719 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy:  $4909 ($4219 + taxes of $690).

 

Exterior Pool/Sea View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $3579 per person ($2889 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $5279 ($4589 + taxes of $690).

 

Prime Sea View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $3829 per person ($3139 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy:  $5819 ($5129 + taxes of $690).

 

Junior Suite Deluxe Sea View – Studio apartment

Double occupancy:  $4039 per person ($3349 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy:  $6289 ($5599 + taxes of $690).

 

February 2- March 10, 2022 (5 weeks):

Exterior Mountain View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $3659 per person ($2969 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $5529 ($4839 + taxes of $690).

 

Exterior Pool/Sea View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $3879 per person ($3189  + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $5999 ($5309 + taxes of $690).

 

Prime Sea View – One Bedroom

Double occupancy:  $4169 per person ($3479 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $6649 ($5959 + taxes of $690).

 

Junior Suite Deluxe Sea View – Studio apartment

Double occupancy:  $4449 per person ($3759 + taxes of $690).

Single occupancy: $7269 ($6579 + taxes of $690).

Hotel Information


Sunset Beach Club

Hotel website



Hotel Address
Av. del Sol, 5
Benalmádena, Málaga, Spain
29630
+34 952 57 94 00



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The Great Canadian Train Experience: VIA The Great Western Way

Travac wants you to see Canada the way it was meant to be seen, travelling onboard VIA’s unforgettable rail journey.

This epic journey will fly you to Vancouver where you will leave the bustle of this large metropolitan city and slip through the stunning views of the Rocky Mountains, the gentle prairie fields, the picturesque towns, and the incredible scenery of Canada’s rugged lake country.

The Journey will take you from Vancouver to Kamloops and on to Jasper, continuing to Edmonton, Winnipeg. Sioux Lookout and Toronto.

This unforgettable rail experience lets you enjoy the wonderful diversity of our great nation.

Join us this October as we embark on one of the world’s most renowned rail experiences.

Canada awaits you.

 

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

Today you will meet your Travac Tours Director at the Ottawa Airport to board your flight to Vancouver. Upon arrival you will be transferred to your Vancouver hotel The Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront. Within walking distance to Vancouver Harbour and Canada Place with wonderful views of Stanley Park you are very well situated. After arriving at your hotel the rest of the day is free to enjoy the surrounding area. Your Travac Tours Director will have ideas of things to do. Reminder that check-in time is 3:00pm.

Day 2

This morning you will have a ticket for the hop on hop off bus. It is valid for 24 hours so you are free to discover Vancouver at your own pace. Your afternoon is at your leisure. You may wish to visit Gastown, a lovely walk in Stanley Park or make your way to Granville Island. This beautiful city has so much to offer.

Day 3

Morning at leisure. Check out time is 12:00pm. This afternoon you will be met at the hotel for your transfer to the Pacific Central Station. NOTE: You are only permitted to have a carry on size bag to take to your cabin. Your larger checked bag has to be checked in with Via and it will be stored away. You cannot access your checked bag while on the train.

Today your wonderful train adventure begins aboard VIA’s The Canadian. You will be completely immersed in the single most contributing factor to what connected Canada from east to west.

Get comfortable in your “Manor Sleeping Car”. The cabins for one (with a concealed toilet) or two (with an ensuite toilet) both have vanities, and the chairs configure to make up your beds for the next four nights. The beds are made up while at dinner and put back away while at breakfast. The cabins for 2 have one upper and one lower bunk. The single cabin has one lower bed. A public shower, and 2 washrooms per car, are at your disposal. Your meals and access to the Dome Observation Car are included. Breakfast is first come, first served while lunch and dinner are set times. Times can only be reserved on the train the day before for the following day.

All 3 meals have 4 choices (one of which is vegan).

It is important to note that the train stops about every seven hours for operational reasons. The length of the stop can vary from ten minutes to two hours.

We will depart Vancouver at 1500 and you will travel to Jasper.

Cabin for two 

Cabin for one

Day 4

Wake up and enjoy your wonderful breakfast in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Expect to arrive in Jasper at 1100 and then depart at 1230. You will enjoy full daylight for this breathtaking segment from Jasper to Edmonton. Jasper to Hinton is likely the most stunning scenery. Enjoy the Dome Car, the Dining Car and the Park Car to take in all the scenery.

Expect to arrive in Edmonton at 1850 and then depart at 1950.

Day 5

Today we will travel to Winnipeg. Sit back and enjoy the spectacular scenery and perhaps enjoy time with new friends. The train will follow a beautiful stretch on the Saskatchewan and Manitoba border of the Assiniboine River There will be a 1 hour stop in Saskatoon very early in the morning.

Expect to arrive in Winnipeg at 2200 and then depart at 2330.

Day 6 & 7

We travel from Winnipeg through the night onto our destination of The Canadian to Toronto. Depending on our fall weather we should enjoy all the spectacular autumn colours along with the spectacular scenery of the Canadian Shield of Northern Ontario.

Expect to arrive in Toronto at 1430 on Day 7. We will then leave The Canadian and board our train #48 departing Toronto at 18:47 and arriving in Ottawa at 23:26.

Schedules are subject to change.

CN Freight has priority over Via Rail and can delay our arrival times.

Itinerary subject to change.

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Hotel Information


The Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront

Hotel website



Hotel Address
1133 W Hastings St
Vancouver, BC
V6E 3T3
(604) 689-9211



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Beautiful Kelowna and the Okanagan Wine Valley

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

Meet your Travac Tours Director at the airport. We will have a connecting flight from Ottawa to Kelowna. Upon arrival in Kelowna we will be transferred to our hotel. Reminder that check in time is not till 4pm.

Day 2

This morning we will meet our local guide and motorcoach for a 4-hour tour of Kelowna and its surroundings along with our first wine tastings. Free time for lunch on your own ($). This afternoon we will walk from the hotel to the harbour (10-15min walk) to board a two-hour harbour cruise. After cruise free time to experience downtown Kelowna’s great restaurants and shops.

Day 3

Today we head north of Kelowna through the picturesque areas of Lake Country and Vernon. Our first stop will be Vernon at the Planet Bee Honey Farm to see, taste, browse and sip the experience! We will have some time for lunch ($) then onto the Alpaca Farm to learn and purchase (if you wish) Alpaca items. On our way home will stop at a vineyard for a wine tasting then back to Kelowna. Evening is free to explore the many great restaurants and shops.

Day 4

This morning we drive to the far south of BC’s border to Canada’s only desert –Osoyoos. Native culture prevails in the town of Osoyoos – We will visit first the NK’MIP Desert Cultural Centre for a guided tour with some free time there to explore on your own. You will then have some free time in downtown Osoyoos to shop and have lunch ($). On our way home we will stop and do a wine tasting.

Evening is free time.

Day 5

Free day to explore more of Kelowna. Your Tour Director will have a few optional ($) activities today.

Day 6

Today we will head south to Summerland a vista of scenery. We will do a very scenic ride on the steam train then after lunch we will visit the 6-hectare Ornamental Gardens, created in 1916 by Agriculture Canada, while there you will have amazing views of Okanagan Lake, Giant’s Head Mountain and the Trout Creek Trestle railroad bridge, an outstanding engineering feat constructed for the Kettle Valley Railway. Evening is free to explore.

Day 7

We will depart on an early morning flight. We trust you enjoyed your time in beautiful Kelowna! You will probably want to go back…

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Hotel Information


Royal Anne Hotel

Hotel website


Hotel Rating

Hotel Address
348 Bernard Ave
Kelowna, BC
V1Y 6N5
(250) 763-2277



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Ultimate Atlantic, Oranjestad to Barcelona with Oceania Cruises

The port of Oranjestad, Aruba

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

Oranjestad, Aruba (boarding time 1 pm; depart 9 pm)

In Oranjestad, you will be met at the arrivals gate by your Oceania representative and transferred to the ship. There will be no Travac representative escorting you, but Oceania will ensure that your transfer and boarding goes smoothly. Flights are booked by Oceania – schedule available approximately 75 days prior to sailing.

Distinguished by its colorful Dutch colonial architecture, Oranjestad is the capital of Aruba, first settled in 1796. Named as a tribute to the Dutch king William of Orange, the city today attracts tourists searching for duty-free bargains and strolling around the beautiful streets. (D)

Day 2

Willemstad, Curacao (6 am – 1 pm)

Take in the charming Dutch colonial architecture along the Willemstad harbor in this historic town that has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the aquamarine waters of Curacao’s numerous beaches and dive along the stunning coral reefs and hidden caverns. Hike the trails or join a safari through Christoffel National Park to observe the rare flora and fauna (B, L, D)

Day 3

St. George’s, Grenada, (2 pm – 10 pm)

You can smell the cinnamon and nutmeg well before you dock in St. George’s; a tour of the spice estates on Grenada is almost mandatory. You can also take in a visit to a distillery to see how the island’s sugarcane juice is first turned into syrup and then into rum. A ferry trip to sister island Carriacou offers fantastic diving opportunities, and romantics can climb the waterfalls or just relax on the sun-kissed beaches. (B, L, D)

Day 4

Bridgetown, Barbados (9 am – 5 pm)

Discover the many beautiful aspects of this island, from its rugged Atlantic coastline to its beautiful Great Houses, cane fields, exquisite gardens and glorious beaches. See the island’s spectacular underwater treasures on your own snorkeling expedition. (B, L, D)

Day 5-10

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

(B, L, D)

Day 11

Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain (9 am – 11 pm)

Volcanic in origin, Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands. While in port, you’ll notice the Auditorium of Tenerife, an amazing, organic structure that instantly became an icon when completed in 2003. Another modern landmark is the Oscar Domínguez Institute, a contemporary art gallery named after the 20th century surrealist. For a respite from the urban environment, visit the Palmetum, a botanical garden with more than 400 species of palms. (B, L, D)

 

Day 12

Santa Cruz de La Palma, Spain (8 am – 5 pm)

Stroll along Calle O’Daly, the pedestrian district named after an Irish banana merchant and lined with historic residences. Visit the Town Hall and the church, Iglesia del Salvador, both of the 16th century. There is an interesting museum of natural science as well as a naval museum. (B, L, D)

Day 13

Funchal (Madeira), Portugal (9 am – 6 pm)

Breathtaking vistas await throughout this beautiful island. Take a cable car up to Monte for spectacular views of the botanical gardens and the charming town. Don’t miss a ride in one of the famous wicker toboggans! Drive along the coast to a village where Winston Churchill painted seascapes or out to the stunning cliffs of Cabo Girão and enjoy a visit to a quaint fishing village. (B, L, D)

Day 14

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

(B, L, D)

Day 15

Lisbon, Portugal (6 am – 6 pm)

Visit the ornate Belem Tower and Jeronimos Monastery and stroll the narrow, winding streets of the charming Alfama district. Enjoy marvelous old Sintra, a royal country retreat, and Cascais, a beautiful seaside resort. Explore medieval Obidos or make a pilgrimage to Fatima, where the Virgin Mary appeared repeatedly to three shepherd children in 1917. (B, L, D)

Day 16

Portimao, Portugal (8 am –5 pm)

Situated on the sun-kissed coastline of Algarve, Portimão is a colorful city with a bustling waterfront and a charming city center decorated with parks and plazas. The Museum of Portimão traces the history of human settlement in the area as far back as the Roman and Islamic periods. Enjoy beautiful views and explore hidden caves on a scenic boat trip up the coast and along the Rio Arade. (B, L, D)

Day 17

Seville, Spain (arrive 8 am)

Spend a fabulous day in Seville visiting the magnificent cathedral, climbing the famed Giralda Tower and strolling through the gorgeous Alcazar and its gardens. See the ceramic-encrusted Plaza de España and stroll through the alleys of Barrio de Santa Cruz. Or explore the Andalusian wine country and Jerez, the home of sherry. Don’t miss the charm of Cádiz with its gracious squares, its flower-filled parks on the city bastions and its bustling markets. (B, L, D)

Day 18

Seville, Spain (depart 8 pm)

(B, L, D)

Day 19

Tangier, Morocco (8 am – 6 pm)

Explore the Mendoubia Gardens, which contain a fascinating banyan tree that is more than 800 years old. Or experience a more traditional Morocco in Tetouan, a mountain city of grace and culture and the location of the beautiful white royal palace. The Caves of Hercules are nine miles west of Tangier in the Cap Spartel area; it is a place of great beauty and archaeological significance. (B, L, D)

Day 20

Melilla, Spain (7 am – 4 pm)

Appreciate the unique nature of graceful Melilla, an autonomous Spanish city on the African coast carved out of Morocco. Soak up the Triángulo del Oro district’s stylish architecture, which outside of Barcelona showcases Spain’s largest collection of modernisme buildings, the architectural style epitomized by Antoni Gaudí. In fortified Old Melilla, stroll cobbled lanes sandwiched between defensive walls and step into the Cuevas des Coventico, natural caves used as a hiding place throughout the ages. Witness the city’s captivating mix of cultures at the Mercadillo de Melilla, where savvy shoppers throng in search of colorful Moroccan goods.

Day 21

Ibiza, Spain (11 am – 8 pm)

With its youthful spirit and natural beauty, the Balearic island of Ibiza (or “Eivissa,” as it’s known locally) appeals to those who love the outdoors. The beach-blessed coastline is majestically rugged, and the hills are covered with olive and fig trees. The capital of Ciudad de Ibiza offers a multitude of diversions, especially in the historic Dalt Vila district. Visit its 16th century Castle of Ibiza and the churches and Museum of Contemporary Art inside the fortified walls. With its cobblestone streets, Ibiza is a scenic city to walk. Two of the most popular beaches are Talamanca and Ses Figueretes.

Day 22

Barcelona, Spain

After breakfast, Oceania will transfer you from the ship to the airport for your flights home. (B)

Itinerary subject to change.

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Egypt with Viking Cruises

Statues in the Karnak Temple, Luxor

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

Cairo, Egypt:

Arrive in Cairo, Egypt’s exhilarating capital. This pulsating, historic city was made prosperous over millennia as a stopover for Sahara caravans on trade routes to Byzantium. Transfer to the First-Class Ritz Carlton Nile (or similar) for a 3-night stay.

 

Day 2

Cairo, Egypt:

This morning we take an excursion to the necropolis at Sakkara to see the world’s oldest step pyramid. After lunch, continue to the Giza Plateau to behold the only Wonder of the Ancient World still standing: the Great Pyramids of Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure. There, you can experience them as the ancients did—from astride the “ships of the desert”—during a brief camel ride. Nearby, see the Great Sphinx, forever facing due east. Return to your hotel for dinner and a free evening to relax or explore on your own. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 3

Cairo, Egypt:

Today the fascinating sights of Cairo unfold before you. Marvel at the sprawling Citadel of the Mountain and the Mosque of Muhammad Ali. Then tour the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities and admire its huge collection of artifacts, and visit the famous gallery displaying the riches of King Tutankhamen. After lunch on your own at or near your hotel, use your free time in the afternoon to follow your own interests. Later, you might join an optional visit to Khan el-Khalili, Cairo’s most famous outdoor souk (bazaar). After an orientation from your guide, you can shop for all manner of Egyptian goods, from brassware to spices, and admire the Al-Azhar Mosque. Conclude your outing with a traditional Egyptian dinner at a local restaurant. (Breakfast)

Day 4

Luxor, Egypt: 

Early this morning, fly to Luxor, the ancient city of Thebes beautifully set on the Nile River, where history will be brought to life by your expert Egyptologist. At the Temples of Luxor and Karnak, long buried beneath desert sands, walk among monumental peristyles and obelisks, and learn how ancient hieroglyphics hint at the beliefs and lifestyle of ancient Egyptians. Proceed to your Nile cruise ship for check-in and a welcome lunch. Join an excursion to the Luxor Library and Heritage Center, where the city’s past is preserved and shared in engaging exhibits. Enjoy an onboard dinner. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 5

Luxor, Egypt:

Relax over breakfast, or (weather permitting) join an optional early-morning hot air balloon ride over Luxor’s temples and monuments. Marvel at breathtaking views of an ancient city, the surrounding desert sands and the magnificent Nile. Later, head to the Nile’s west bank to visit the Valley of the Kings, where ancient pharaohs were entombed deep in the hillsides, and the Valley of the Queens, resting place of pharaohs’ wives. Here you enjoy Privileged Access to the tomb of Queen Nefertari, an exquisitely preserved tomb only a few visitors get to see. Among the sites is the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, one of Egypt’s few female rulers and most successful pharaohs. Return to your ship as we set sail for Qena; lunch and dinner are served on board as we cruise along the spectacular Nile. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 6

Qena, Egypt: 

This morning’s excursion takes you to the sprawling complex of Dendera. Remarkably, its fascinating Temple of Hathor was built not by the ancient Egyptians, but by Ptolemies and Romans in classic Egyptian style. During your tour, walk through its towering stone gate to view the columns and hieroglyphics of some of Egypt’s best preserved structures. Return to your ship after a guided visit. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

 

Day 7

Esna, Egypt:

Disembark at Esna today to explore the red sandstone Temple of Khnum. In the 1st-century Hypostyle Hall, admire its 24 columns, 6 across and 4 deep, each topped by a differently designed, intricately carved floral capital. As you explore, be sure to examine the hieroglyphics depicting Roman emperors making offerings to the gods. After a guided tour, use your free time to take in more of this fascinating site on your own. Alternatively, head to Esna Village on foot for a full tour of the town and its lively market scene. View the temple remains and stroll the covered street market, where you can witness an array of colorful fabrics. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 8

Aswan, Egypt: 

Awake in Aswan this morning, Egypt’s bustling market city. Today, you can choose to visit the Aswan High Dam, visit a local market and take a scenic Nile cruise on a felucca, a traditional Egyptian wooden sailboat. Or join an optional excursion to Abu Simbel to admire the Great Temple of Ramses II, Egypt’s longest-ruling pharaoh. It is dominated by 4 colossal statues, 60 feet high and directly facing the rising sun. The statues are all of Ramses, with his queen and daughters at his feet. Moved from its original location near Aswan to save it from the rising waters of Lake Nasser, it was built as a tribute to the deities and Ramses II’s favorite wife, Nefertari. Make the most of your overnight stay with an optional sound and light show at Philae Temple, and discover the legend of Goddess Isis and God Osiris. Afterward, return to your ship for dinner on board and spend the night in Aswan. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 9

Aswan, Egypt: 

After breakfast, receive a warm welcome at a Nubian village, where you visit the elementary school and are invited into a local home to get a glimpse of day-to-day life. Then, visit Philae Temple—the small, elegant Temple of Isis, rescued from the rising waters of Lake Nasser that submerged Philae Island. This temple is one of the Nubian monuments that comprise a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Have lunch on board as you enjoy scenic cruising along the Nile. Disembark later to explore Kom Ombo. Here, enjoy a guided tour of the unusual double temple dedicated to the sky god Haroeris and the crocodile god Sobek, a protective deity thought to have created the world. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 10

Edfu, Egypt: 

This morning, ride in a horse-drawn calèche, or carriage, to the Temple of Horus. Dedicated to the falcon-headed god of light, it was built in Edfu during the Ptolemaic Dynasty. This is another of Egypt’s best preserved temples, fronted by a massive wall whose entrance is flanked by 2 falcon statues. Or, you can choose to visit Edfu market with our resident chef and hear him explain this evening’s planned tasting menu. Enjoy more Nile cruising today, marveling at the lush green riverbanks backed by hills of desert sands. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 11

Luxor, Egypt:

Early this morning, disembark in Luxor and head for the airport for your flight back to Cairo. Check in to the first-class Cairo Citystars Hotel (or similar) for 1 night and enjoy a buffet-style lunch, followed by free time, or take an optional tour to the Coptic Quarter and Jewish Synagogue. Return to your hotel and later enjoy dinner and an evening at leisure. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 12

Cairo, Egypt: 

After breakfast, proceed to the airport for your return flight. Or, extend your journey for 4 nights in Jordan to see the ‟lost city” of Petra. (Breakfast)

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Waterways of the Tsars – St. Petersburg to Moscow with Viking Cruises 2023

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

St. Petersburg, Russia: 

Arrive in St. Petersburg, “The City of 300 Bridges,” then transfer to your ship.* After boarding, you have free time to relax before dinner. (Dinner)

Day 2

St. Petersburg, Russia:

This morning, proceed to the Winter Palace to visit the legendary Hermitage Museum, where you can marvel at the vast collection of art, antiquities, jewelry and sculpture. Return on board for an early dinner, followed by an evening performance of traditional Russian ballet. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 3

St. Petersburg, Russia: 

Today’s excursion goes to the Pushkin area where you visit Catherine Palace, the elegant rococo 18th-century summer residence of the Russian tsars named for Catherine I (widow of Peter the Great). Tour its various halls, including the storied Amber and Agate Rooms, and see the ornate decor throughout. After lunch, embark on a city tour; see noted sights including St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Peter & Paul Fortress and Nevsky Prospekt. Dine on board and enjoy an optional Russian folkloric performance this evening. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 4

St. Petersburg, Russia: 

Most of the day is free to see the sights that interest you. Visit one of the many palaces, churches or museums, or take an optional morning tour to Peterhof Palace, admiring its landscaped gardens and beautiful fountains. In the afternoon, you may choose to join an optional kommunalka visit to get a glimpse of these communal living spaces or take an optional tour of St. Petersburg from the water. Lunch and dinner are served on board as we depart early this evening. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 5

Mandrogy, Russia: 

Spend a relaxing day cruising Russia’s intricate waterways. Sail the Neva River, then cross Lake Ladoga, Europe’s largest lake. Cruise the Svir River to Mandrogy where you have some time to explore this museum village. Visit the Vodka Museum or shop for handmade Russian craft items. For a truly immersive experience, try an optional visit to a banya, a traditional Russian sauna. Or, on board your ship, take the opportunity to witness and participate in the art of matryoshka doll making. Continue along the Svir’s 139-mile “Blue Route” toward Lake Onega. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 6

Kizhi, Russia: 

During breakfast, dock at Kizhi Island, located on Lake Onega, Europe’s second largest lake. Set out on a walking tour through the Open Air Museum of Architecture, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, see a collection of wooden houses, windmills and churches representing ancient Russian architecture, highlighted by the famous 3-tiered Preobranzhenskaya (Transfiguration) Church, a fairy-tale-like structure built in 1714 without a single nail. Depart Kizhi in the late morning and enjoy the scenery as you continue cruising through the rest of the day. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 7

Kuzino, Russia: 

We continue cruising along the Volga–Baltic Waterway. This system of rivers and canals, spanning 229 miles and seven locks, links the Volga River with the Baltic Sea. Arrive in Kuzino, a typical Russian village. Take a guided walk through the historic Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery, founded by Saint Cyril in 1397. See several small wooden chapels, the Assumption Cathedral and a museum. You will also have the opportunity to visit a children’s school in Kuzino or the local Merchant House. Return on board for an afternoon departure. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 8

Yaroslavl, Russia: 

Arrive midafternoon in Yaroslavl, one of the Golden Ring cities that preserves the memory of Russia’s historical events. Tour this ancient town rich in monuments and visit the covered food market, where you may shop for handcrafted souvenirs. During your free time, you may visit the Church of St. Elijah the Prophet, featuring detailed frescoes and icons. Return to your ship for dinner and an evening departure. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 9

Uglich, Russia: 

After breakfast, disembark for a walking tour through the provincial village of Uglich, another Golden Ring city. See the former Kremlin of Uglich and visit the Church of St. Dmitry on the Blood, built on the site where Ivan the Terrible’s son Dmitry was mysteriously killed. Then a local family invites you into their home for tea and friendly conversation. Lunch is served on board the ship; cruise through the night. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 10

Moscow, Russia: 

This morning, cruise along the Moscow Canal, approaching Moscow during lunch. Disembark for a half-day city tour. See the famed Bolshoi Theater and stop at Red Square for a view of the brightly colored St. Basil’s Cathedral. You also get the chance to explore the famous GUM Department Store and experience the city’s Metro. Enjoy an evening performance of traditional Russian folkloric music followed by a late onboard dinner. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 11

Moscow, Russia: 

Today you have a full day to further explore Moscow’s many buildings, parks and monuments. This morning, you may want to join a half-day optional excursion to Tretyakov Gallery, the world’s foremost museum of Russian fine art. Lunch is served on board the ship. This afternoon you may choose to take an optional Jewish Moscow tour, visiting key sites within Moscow that illustrate the history and spirit of the Jewish people who settled there. Dine on board, then relax, or take an optional Moscow by Night tour. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 12

Moscow, Russia: 

After breakfast, travel to the city’s famous red brick enclosure known as the Kremlin. Go behind its walls to see historic gems like Tsar’s Cannon and Tsar’s Bell, and tour inside two cathedrals. The afternoon is free to relax and explore. Perhaps join an optional tour of Moscow’s oldest museum, the Kremlin Armory, which originated as the royal arsenal in 1508. Or, you may wish to spend some time people watching in Red Square or visit Lenin’s Tomb. You may also choose to visit the Cosmonaut Museum to see displays about the history of space exploration. Return to your ship for a farewell dinner. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 13

Moscow, Russia: 

After breakfast, disembark and proceed to the airport for your return flight.* Or take some extra time in Russia with a 2-night Moscow extension. (Breakfast)

Highlights of the Volga River

Russia’s vast network of waterways, the Volga and Svir Rivers and the expansive lakes of Onega and Ladoga among them, deliver you to a breathtaking collection of cultural and historic riches. From the stately Kremlin of Moscow to the sophisticated allure of St. Petersburg, here is a sample of a few highlights of a Viking river cruise in Russia:

  • The colorful onion domes of St. Basil’s Cathedral
  • Moscow’s artful subway stations
  • The Golden Ring city of Uglich
  • Tea and conversation with a local Russian family
  • Yaroslavl’s colorful food market
  • Art and culture of Yaroslavl’s Governor’s Palace
  • Kizhi Island’s magnificent wooden Transfiguration Church
  • The art of matryoshka doll making
  • The vast collections of the Hermitage Museum
  • A St. Petersburg ballet performance

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All The Yukon Sights

 

Discover what makes the Yukon unlike any other place in the world!

This ancient territory has been home to Indigenous peoples for approximately 12,000 years as well as being home to some of the great adventures and adventurers that became building blocks in our nation’s history.

With a permanent population of only 40,000 people (and 70,000 moose), the Yukon is very sparse, but it is its natural beauty that is so appealing and acts as a magnet for thousands of tourists every year.

Join us on our unforgettable Yukon adventure!

As of March 10, approximately 40,000 residents of the Yukon have been vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus.

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

Welcome to the Yukon!

Upon arrival at the Whitehorse International Airport you will be greeted by your new best friend and local Tour Director. Professional, knowledgeable, and friendly, your Tour Director will be with you from arrival to departure to answer any questions you have and to help ensure your Yukon visit is smooth, fun, and full of Yukon nuggets!

You will receive assistance with your luggage onto the private motor coach that features large viewing windows, comfy seating, and a washroom on board. Once the group is on board your Tour Director will point out the lay of the city and surrounding wilderness landscape on your way to your downtown accommodations.

You will be pre-registered and checked in at the Best Western Gold Rush Inn centrally located on historic Main Street, Whitehorse. On arrival you will pick up your room key and directions to your upgraded accommodations where you will find a special welcome package full of goodies, local contact and emergency numbers. Your hotel features an elevator, 24hr front desk, onsite restaurant-lounge, free Wi-Fi, on site spa and laundry facilities.

Depending on your arrival time you will have some time to unpack, freshen-up, and get acquainted with your room, before joining your group and tour director for an orientation, answer questions, and give a run-through of the experiences and adventures in the coming days. (For late evening arrivals, the orientation will occur the morning of Day 2).

Day 2

Start your day off with a Gold Rush Breakfast included with your hotel stay, to fuel up for the exciting activities ahead.

After breakfast you will enjoy a private guided tour of Yukon’s Capital City. Some leisure walking from site to site and transport on board your private motor coach for longer distances. With approximately thirty-thousand friendly and adventurous residents, the population of Whitehorse continues to grow, supported by the multi-levels of Government and robust industries of mining and tourism. There remain many preserved sites and evidence of the Gold Rush reminding us of the small-town charm, nestled in the middle of a vast wilderness. Nicknamed ‘The Wilderness City’ you will quickly see why on this tour as you get acquainted with our historic city flanking the Yukon River on the traditional territory of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council. On your tour you will stop by some famous sites like a restored sternwheeler, the S.S. Klondike, now a National Historic Site and a ‘Skyscraper’ completely made of logs!

In the afternoon you will journey up the Alaska Highway before turning off to your next stop – the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. This large naturally landscaped wildlife Preserve hosts many of the Yukon’s birds and animals such as bison, elk, moose, Dall sheep, mountain goats, arctic foxes, caribou, lynx and muskox! On your fully guided private tour you will hear interesting fun facts about all the animals and visit each enclosure for closer viewing opportunities.

After enjoying your visit at the Preserve you will journey a bit further into the wilderness to the newly rebuilt Takhini Hot Springs where you can relax in the hot springs’ mineral water while soaking in the beauty of the mountains around you. Don’t forget to bring your swimsuit and a towel!

Once back at your hotel you can freshen up and perhaps take a stroll down to Main Street, enjoy the local shops and restaurants where it is not uncommon to stumble upon live, local music. Be sure to visit the Millennium Trail along the Yukon River for a beautiful summer walk. Perhaps visit Lumel’s Glassblowing Studio dubbed the “Happy Factory” and try your hand at glass blowing.

Overnight stay at the Best Western Gold Rush Inn Whitehorse, upgraded room.

Day 3

Enjoy your Gold Rush Breakfast and prepare for your adventure ahead.

Today you will head out west on the famous Alaska Highway for a full day trip to Kluane National Park and the village of Haines Junction. Kluane is the largest National Park in Canada and a World UNESCO Heritage site, home to Mount Logan, the tallest mountain in Canada, and the largest non-polar ice fields on Earth.

*flightseeing may be available at an additional cost. You will stop at the village of Dakwäkäda (Haines Junction) and visit the Kluane National Park Visitor Centre and the Da Kų Cultural Centre where you will learn more about the First Nations of this precious region. You will also visit Kathleen Lake in the Park itself where you will be immersed by stunning views and majestic mountains. You can stretch your legs along the lakeshore and take in the views at the picnic site, or if you are feeling active, you can take a short hike for some elevated scenery. Your tour director will be with you at all times and provide opportunities for some unforgettable pictures and possible wildlife viewing.

After your amazing day visiting Kluane National Park you will enjoy the scenic wilderness drive back to Whitehorse to your hotel.

Perhaps grab dinner at ‘The Gold Pan Lounge’ in your hotel which features a curated blend of carefully sourced menu that is ‘Yukon’ and ‘Social’ in theme.

Overnight stay at Best Western Gold Rush Inn Whitehorse, upgraded room.

Day 4

Carcross, Nares River

You are welcome to enjoy another Gold Rush Breakfast before departing on today’s adventure. You will join your private group and Tour Director on a scenic, relaxing drive south on the Alaska Highway, and then join the South Klondike Highway enroute to the traditional territory of the Carcross Tagish First Nation and the iconic village of Carcross situated on the shores of historic Lake Bennett. A photographer’s paradise of diverse landscapes where you will hear about local history, the majestic coastal mountain ranges, and the vast southern lake river systems.

You will stop at Emerald Lake with its famous turquoise waters, as well as visit the Carcross Desert, known as the world’s smallest desert. You are also in for a real treat as you visit Caribou Crossing Trading Post and try your luck Panning for Gold! No trip to the Yukon is complete without having a chance to try your luck panning for the elusive gold nugget! BBQ lunch is provided as you enjoy the beautiful mountain vistas and crisp clean air.

On to the village of Carcross, where you will stop by the Visitors Centre, tour the turn of the century White Pass & Yukon Rail Station, and view the historic buildings and shops along the shores of Lake Bennett. The Carcross Commons is the centre of it all and host to a seasonal local artist’s market and food stalls. No visit is complete without a stop for an ice cream or coffee.

You will be dropped off at your hotel in the early evening. With summer providing extra-long daylight hours you’ll find locals out and about enjoying the long days taking in arts, cultural and music events.

Overnight stay at the Best Western Gold Rush Inn Whitehorse, upgraded room.

Day 5

After your Gold Rush Breakfast get your camera ready for a full day of experiencing Klondike Gold Rush history.

Today’s journey takes you to Atlin, a small gold-digging isolated settlement situated in the northwest corner of BC dubbed as “Little Switzerland of the North”. You will make your way on the Alaska Highway moving southeast and turning onto the no thru Atlin road. You will ride alongside Marsh Lake, the source of the Yukon River, which is four kilometers in width, and the river having lent its name to the whole territory. You will make a short stop at Marsh Lake for a stretch and enjoy the fabulous view from its sandy beach.

You will continue your trip to Jakes Corner, the turnoff point, to access Atlin road. The Atlin road only recently became hard-topped and widened, but it has always been a beautiful scenic drive. Little Atlin Lake is a popular fishing and camping spot and just beyond, on the left, is White Mountain. Looking up at the green patches in the white rock you will often see mountain goat families with the naked eye. Atlin road passes many impressive peaks such at Minto and Black Mountain, and many small lakes along the way. Hall Lake is a common spot to find swan families nesting and swimming. Porcupine and bear sightings along the highway add to the excitement of the drive. The view along the way is just breathtaking and, as you will be able to attest to, Atlin gained the nickname for good reason.

Once we arrive in Atlin, we will have a closer look at the historic gold mining village and the ‘MV Tarahne’ proudly parked on the shores in front of the Inn, reminding us of the great heritage and history of this small town. Your Tour Director will be an invaluable resource as you learn the village’s captivating history and take in the turn of the century buildings, many of which are still functioning to serve the village. A highlight will be your visit to the small but plentiful museum in the heart of town, before walking on the fine sand of Atlin Lake’s shore. The lake itself is 85 miles long and up to 4 miles wide, is glacier fed and very cold. If visibility is right, you may even be able to catch site of Llewellyn Glacier across the lake. You will also visit a beautiful waterfall and many abandoned mining relics now home to flora and wildlife.

On the way back to Whitehorse your Tour Director and driver will keep a sharp eye out to point out any wildlife crossing on the way as the Atlin road is known for an abundance of sightings.

To celebrate your visit with us in the Yukon we invite you to join us for a special Yukon sourced farewell dinner. The local chef is a real pro at pulling together Yukon ingredients and ensuring your menu is something you’ll want more of.

Overnight stay at the Best Western Gold Rush Inn Whitehorse, upgraded room.

Day 6

Sadly, your Yukon adventure has come to an end.

You will be escorted back to the Whitehorse Airport by your tour director with your private group transfer and luggage assistance.

We hope you had a fantastic time and that you will visit again!

Itinerary subject to change.

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Best Western Gold Rush Inn Whitehorse

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411 Main St
Whitehorse, YT
Y1A 2B6
(867) 668-4500



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Prince Edward Island and Beaches- Summer 2021

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

Your flight will leave early morning for Prince Edward Island.  Upon your arrival into Charlottetown, you will be free to explore and have lunch before being transferred to The Rodd Crowbush Golf and Beach Resort.

Overnight – Rodd Crowbush

Day 2

Your day is free to explore the area, if you are a golfer you may want to play a round or relax at the beach, the choice is yours.

Overnight-Rodd Crowbush (B)

Day 3

After breakfast, your motorcoach will be waiting with a step on guide for a full day tour of PEI’s spectacular attractions. Your tour will include historic Charlottetown.  Visit the Prince Edward Island Preserve Company where you can sample the many jams and jellies made on site and browse the beautifully decorated gift shop.  A visit to Anne of Green Gables Museum the house in which L.M. Montgomery married Rev. Ewan Macdonald.  Your tour will take you to Green Gables Heritage Place, explore the farmhouse and homestead, take a stroll through the surrounding wooded trails and visit Anne’s Boutique. The tour will take you through PEI National Park, where you will have an opportunity to take beautiful photos of the pink sandy beaches, red sandstone cliffs, and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.  Visit the harbour in North Rustico where you will learn about the lobster fishing industry of PEI.  Your tour will also include a visit to Matos Winery where you can take in some wine sampling.

Overnight-Rodd Charlottetown (B)

Day 4

Free day to explore on your own.  You may want to visit Lieutenant Governor’s Mansion. For the history buff you may want to visit Province House to walk the halls our forefathers once did and see where our country was born.

Overnight-Rodd Charlottetown (B)

Day 5

Another free day to explore and shop.  Today is market day in Charlottetown.

Overnight-Rodd Charlottetown (B)

Day 6

After breakfast you will be transferred to the Charlottetown airport for your flight back to Ottawa.

Itinerary and attractions subject to change due to Covid.

On your free days your Travac Tours Director will have ideas and optional tours ($).

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Rodd Crowbush

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6323 Lakeside Road
Morell, PEI
C0A 1S0
902-961-5600


Rodd Hotel Charlottetown

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75 Kent Street
Charlottetown, PEI
C1A 7K4
902-894-7311



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