Day 1 Montreal – Quebec City – Tadoussac: 440 km
Departure at 9 am from Montreal and stop for 3 hours in one of the most beautiful cities in North America- Quebec City. You will be already delighted and captured by the European atmosphere, but we are still in the beginning.
After a relaxing time spent here, we will hit the road for another 150 km and will stop in Tadoussac, a village renowned as a whale watching destination.
Day 2 Tadoussac – Saguenay – Baie st Paul: 274
After a quebecois breakfast, we will offer you the chance to take one of 2 hours whale watching tours to see the vast creatures feast on krill in the St. Lawrence River.
After this tour, we will take again our bikes and will go to explore Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park with his stunning fjord, one of the longest in the world (235 km), and also part of Jacques Cartier National Park.
Day 3 Baie st Paul – Quebec City – Montreal: 364 km
Being the last day of the tour, in our way towards Montreal, we will stop to take some amazing photos in the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency. With its 83 meters high (30 meters higher than Niagara Falls), Montmorency Falls is one of the province’s most spectacular sites.
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.
“Chute Montmorency” is a large waterfall on the Montmorency River in Quebec, Canada.
There are staircases that allow visitors to view the falls from several different perspectives. A suspension bridge over the crest of the falls provides access to both sides of the park as well as a spectacular view.
The falls, at 84 meters (276 ft) high and 46 meters (151 ft) wide, are the highest in the province of Quebec. They are 30 meters (98 ft) higher than Niagara Falls. The basin at the foot of the falls is 17 meters (56 ft) deep. The falls were given this name in 1613 by Samuel de Champlain. He named them in honor of Henri II, Duc de Montmorency, who served as viceroy of Nouvelle France from 1620 until 1625.
Parc Marin Saguenay -Saint Laurent
The Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park is a National Marine Conservation Area, one of three in the Canadian national park system, located where the Saguenay River meets the Saint Lawrence River. It is the first national park in Québec to protect a purely marine environment. Whales are drawn to the rich food supply stirred up by the mixing of waters here, including a colony of belugas.
The maritime regions of Québec are home to some of the best whale-watching sites in the world. Whether you opt for a whale-watching cruise in the comfort of a sightseeing boat or an excursion in a Zodiac or sea kayak, you are guaranteed an exciting experience. Between May and October, up to 13 species of cetaceans are found in the salty waters of the St. Lawrence, including blue whales, the largest animals on the planet, and impressive humpbacks, which swim up into the mouth of the Saguenay Fjord near Tadoussac to feed. In some places, you can even watch them from the shore.
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
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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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