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5 days/5 nights 


Day 1: Vieux-Québec Arrive in Quebec City. Check-in to Hotel Port Royal.

Day 2: Québec Journey north into the mountain where you will find Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Felicien. The park is a four-season marvel with abundant wildlife, 75 species, in 1200 acres of flora and fauna. Early evening arrival at Mahikan Park. Here you will “sleep with the wolves”, artic wolves and grey wolves. In the heart of the wolf watching park, several different accommodations in the wild are available to you for an unforgettable face to face . You watch the packs from your window, unless it is the other way around! You fall asleep lulled by the screams of the wolves.

Day 3: Saguenay Fjord In the morning you will start with a guided tour of the wolf packs. Your journey continues around Lac Saint-Jean down to the Saguenay River where you will find Cap Jaseux Adventure Park. Zip along the forest canopy before retiring into your “Suspended Sphere”. High in the trees, built away from other accommodation units on the site, the tranquility and privacy are assured to visitors while offering a breathtaking view of the Saguenay Fjord.

Day 4: Of sea and land Using a sea kayak, you will be amazed by the breathtaking and natural beauty of the majestic Saguenay Fjord. Simply paddling alongside the immense steep cliffs, or simply taking a well-deserved break, you may have the opportunity to see marine birds, seals, Beluga whales or even Minke whales. After the thrill of sea kayaking, it is time to sit back and let someone else do the driving; “All aboard” as the Train de Charlevoix awaits. Journey to wide open spaces, from curling wave crests to rocky mountain faces. Travelling along the St. Lawrence River between lush, verdant mountains and cresting waves, the train is a singular ‒ yet irresistible ‒ way of discovering the region. Meander through seven coastal towns and villages where putting down your bags feels wonderful, the time of a brief escapade with your sweetheart or family. Our day has come to an end at Le Germain Charlevoix Hotel & Spa, a charming country hotel with an undeniably urban feel. Relax at the Nordique Spa and then a fine meal at Les Labours—a vast kitchen, open on all four sides, where the chef and his team create fresh, seasonal plates before your very eyes.

Day 5: Québec City Return to our beginnings with a guided walking tour of Upper and Lower town of Old Quebec. Learn about its history, architecture and culture. You will stroll portions of Dufferin Terrace providing you views and details of the Chateau Frontenac, St-Lawrence River and Plains of Abraham-Citadel. See and learn about the fortifications, the Ursuline's Convent, City-Hall and the courtyard of the Seminary situated among several beautiful churches, all of which are inside the walled city! As you meander to the Lower Town (oldest area of Quebec City), you will view the Old Port Marina, alongside a quaint 'antique & art' district. Our walk leads us to the "Place Royale", birthplace of Quebec City. A few more steps and you arrive on Petit Champlain Street, one of the oldest commercial streets in North America. Return to the Hotel Port Royal for your last night in this unique city. End of Service.

 Brochure CAD        Brochure USD 

Package Includes:

  • 5-nights accommodations in hotels as indicated or similar
  • 3-breakfasts
  • Entrance Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Felicien
  • Wolf tour at Mahikan Park
  • Cap Jaseux Adventure Park Zip line
  • Sea Kayak 1/2 day
  • Train de Charlevoix ride
  • Walking tour Québec City 

Not Included:

  • Transportation between cities
  • Breakfast Day 2 & 3
  • Lunches and dinners
  • Tips for guides
  • Insurance
  • Anything not specifically stated in “Package includes"


  • Tour Québec City by bicycle
  • Sailing on the St. Lawrence


7 days/6 nights 


Day 1: Gatineau Park and Nordic Spa Today your adventure starts in Gatineau with cycling the Gatineau Park. The park is a four-season marvel with abundant wildlife, “animal and human alike”. You will journey through the park, a constant up and down of rolling hills on our way to the Nordic Spa, a scenic oasis of serene harmony where we have the afternoon to recover from the day’s toil (optional). Late afternoon check-in at the Ramada Hotel and dinner; cycle 35 km.

Day 2: Le Petit Train du Nord Until the late sixties the “Little Train of the North” took tourists from nearby Montréal to the Laurentians, a midmountain range just North of the city. These days the tracks have been converted into a cyclist’s paradise. You are off on even surfaces surrounded by farmland and lakes, wild countryside and weathered mountains toward Val David at the centre of Park Linéaire, true “terroire québécois”. The first European settlers arrived here around 1769 and the folks are proud of their traditions, their culinary delights, their hospitality and their sports; cycle 65 km. Dinner and overnight at Auberge du Vieux Foyer.

Day 3: Of bears and beavers We are back again on the Petit Train du Nord with a leisurely trip to Prevost where we have a shuttle waiting to take us to back to our vehicle. Our next stop is Lac Blanc and our resort for the night, the Pourvoire Lac Blanc. In the afternoon we meet Pierre, a trapper and nature guide all his life, to go bear and beaver spotting in the Reserve Faunique Mastigouche: 1500 square kilometers, 400 lakes with incomparable flora and fauna directly at our doorstep. Finally we arrive by canoe at our dinner destination, a campfire with a traditional Inuit dinner. Sitting around the warming flames we hear about local history and Inuit folklore before the short walk back to our lodge; cycle 29 km.

Day 4: "À la dérive" and Québec City To be adrift – “être à la derive” as they say in Québec, be that literally with a canoe on the lake or in a sun lounger on the terrace of our hotel, this morning it’s all about R&R. At midday journey to Québec City, capital and soul of this wonderful province. Our hotel, Hotel Monastery, run in the tradition of the Augustinian Sisters provides us with a first glimpse of the city’s 400 years of history.

Day 5: Québec Breakfast is served in silence in a dedicated lounge. After that experience, throw yourselves into old Québec, brimming with life and history. Unique with its city walls and one of the oldest North American settlements, Vieux- Québec is a UNESCO World Heritage sight with its cobblestoned streets, 17th- and 18th-century houses and overlooking it all the Chateau Frontenac. For lunch, try out poutine, a local specialty. The afternoon is at our disposal - there is plenty to discover before dinner at a local restaurant; cycle 25 km.

Day 6: Montréal City It is a short drive to Montréal, Canadian “capital” of the arts, good food and “joie de vivre” – the best of Europe all wrapped in North American Flair. We discover old Montréal with our guide, who takes us on an unforgettable trip of romantic cafés, the quaint Canal de Lachine and the impressive basilica Notre-Dame. For lunch we have the chance to learn about bagel making in a traditional bakery followed by a visit to a farmers’ market and its epicurean pleasures. The “vieux port” in the afternoon is a sight to behold, 4 quays of recreational area for locals and tourists alike. End the day in style with our traditional farewell dinner in an especially selected restaurant in this “capitale de cuisine canadienne”; cycle 30 km. Check-in Holiday Inn Downtown.

Day 7: North Circuit The ‘hoods of the Plateau are a suitable end to our one-week tour-de-force of Québec. Mile-End and Little Italy evoke images of European heritage. Quiet streets and laneways, fragrant parks, street art and farmers’ markets - it could not be more authentic. But as all good things must come to an end, so our shuttle brings us back to the hotel for check-out; cycle 15 km. End of Service.

Package Includes:

  • 6-nights accommodations in 3* hotels as indicated or similar
  • 6-breakfasts, 6 dinners
  • Bicycle and safety equipment in Gatineau & Petit Train du Nord
  • Bicycle and safety equipment and local guides in Montréal and Québec City
  • Pourvoire Lac Blanc experience

Not Included:

  • Transportation between cities
  • Lunches
  • Tips for guides
  • Insurance
  • Anything not specifically stated in “Package includes"


  • Contact us for additional activities
  • Upgraded hotel