Cabot Trail Tour
Day 1 Montreal – Quebec City – Port Joli- Rivière-du- Loup: 455 km
Departure is at 9am from Montreal and we will stop for 3 hours in one of the most beautiful cities in North America: Quebec City. You already will be delighted and captivated by the European atmosphere. We are yet in the beginning. After riding another 120 km, we will stop at one points of interest that must be seen by all bikers. Over 100 motorcycles on display, 50 different makes from various continents, 3 exhibit halls and one screening room will wait for us to visit at “L’épopée de la moto” in Saint Jean Port Joli. The day will end in Riviere-du-Loup a, small beautiful city on the Saint Lawrence River.
Day 2 Rivière-du-Loup – Mount Joli – Bathurst(NB): 420 km
On the second day of our journey, after a 2 hours riding, we will stop for a cup of coffee in Mont Jolie, a recreational tourist rest area between Highway 20 and the route of Gaspésie.
After the break, we will continue riding through the picturesque Matapédia Valley, and we end our day in Bathurst-New Brunswick, the second province of our itinerary.
Day 3 Bathurst – Miramichi – Charlottetown: 350 km km
Leaving early in the morning, we will head towards our goal of this day- Prince Edward Island! We will stop at the “gate” of this third province to enjoy the unique view of the “Confederation Bridge”, one of Canada’s top engineering achievements of the 20th century (12 km).
We will end the day in Charlottetown, the “Birthplace of the Canadian Confederation” to enjoy a nice lobster dinner.
Day 4 Charlottetown – Mabou – Ingonish Beach: 380 km
Taking the Ferry to Nova Scotia, the fourth province of our journey, we will start the tour of Cape Breton Island. That will include one of the most scenic drives on the planet, “The Cabot Trail”. We will take a break at the “Glenora Distilery”, Canada’s first single malt whisky distillery. For the rest of the day, we will enjoy the spectacular coastal views, highland scenery and a warm Celtic hospitality in Inverness Beach, where we will end our day.
Day 5 Ingonish Beach – Moncton: 500km
Finishing our Cape Breton Island tour after some other 250 km, we will say farewell to Nova Scotia and start heading towards Montreal. We will spend the night in Moncton, the largest city in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.
Day 6 Moncton – Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac: 500km
This day will be “racing day”. We will use mostly Highway 2 to get to Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac. There wi’ll have our well-deserved rest after this ride. Along the way, we will be passing through Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick in Eastern Canada, on the St. John River.
Day 7 Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac – Quebec City – Montreal: 500 km
We will start this day very early, heading towards Montreal, passing through Quebec City. There we will stop to take some amazing photos in the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency.
Cabot Trail Tour
Quebec City is the capital of the province and one of the symbols of the French- Canadian identity! Dating to 1608, one of North America’s oldest and most magnificent settlements is the only fortified city north of Mexico with stone buildings and narrow streets. This area is the site of the towering “Chateau Frontenac Hotel” and imposing “Citadelle” of Quebec and is also part of UNESCO World Heritage.
“L’épopée de la moto”
Assembled from the Gagnon brothers’ fabulous collection, this museum devoted to the history of the motorcycle – a first in Québec – showcases 115 bikes from 1903 to 2002, 50 different makes from various continents, three exhibit halls and one screening room. The collection also boasts unique items with prestigious or uncommon parts, like the Clément (1903), the Vincent Rapide or the Bimota DB1S (1986), still in its factory packaging!
The Valley contains a considerable network of rivers and lakes and is known worldwide for its salmon fishing. The Matapédia River twists and turns over more than 70 km; as for the lake of the same name, it prides itself on being the largest freshwater body in the Gaspésie. A testament to is history, the rich heritage of the Valley will reveal to you magnificent churches, historic sites, and Town-type covered bridges.
The Confederation Bridge joins the eastern Canadian provinces of Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. The curved, 12.9 kilometers long bridge, is the longest in the world crossing ice-covered water, and continues to endure as one of Canada’s top engineering achievements of the 20th century.
Canada’s Birthplace, knows the ins and outs of great hospitality and it is excellent example of a vibrant seaside capital city. It has historic charm, pride of place and many festive celebrations. Charlottetown is home to a network of walking trails and waterside boardwalks, craft and specialty shops, restaurants that feature Island seafood and agricultural products
Cape Breton Island and Cabot Trail
Cape Breton Island, ranked as one of the top Islands in North America by Travel + Leisure magazine, is home to the Cabot Trail which has received accolades in USA Today’s 10 Best Motorcycle Trips, MSN Travel’s 10 Most Underrated Attractions, and Zoomer’s 7 Greatest Road Trips.
Touring on a motorcycle around the Cabot Trail is a true Canadian treat. You may want to check your brakes before heading towards this spectacular road with its dramatic coastal views and highland scenery. Not to mention you’ll absolutely want to stop a lot while on the island to take amazing photos and to ”taste” all that the Celtic hospitality has to offer you .
Minimum – 3 bikes rented.
Included in the tour package:
• All overnight accommodations
• Airport arrival/departure shuttle transfers
• Tour information package
• Basic liability insurance on motorcycles
Not included in the tour package:
• Flights to and from Montreal
• meals and drinks
• Staff/other gratuities
• National Park entrance fees and cultural tours
• Medical and travel insurance policy
Read the Rental Agreement for all Terms And Conditions
Cancellation and Return Policy
In case you change your mind before 14 calendar days, a cancellation fee of 250$ per Bike will apply.
For any cancellation after those dates your Advanced payment is not refundable.
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