|2||Montreal → Outaouais||200 km|
|4||Outaouais → Niagara Falls||596 km|
|6||Niagara Falls → Thousand Islands||427 km|
|7||Thousand Islands → Mauricie||425 km|
|9||Mauricie → Tadoussac||406 km|
|11||Tadoussac → Jacques-Cartier Park||279 km|
|13||Jacques-Cartier Park → Quebec City||16 km|
|14||Quebec City → Oka National Park||305 km|
|15||Oka National Park → Montreal||44 km|
Welcome to the second-largest French-speaking city in the world, after Paris.
For your convenience, you will be staying in an airport hotel tonight, making it easier to pick up your motorhome tomorrow.
After breakfast, the morning is yours to do what you wish. You can pick up your motorhome between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
And let the adventure begin! We suggest that you take smaller country roads, and make a stop at Parc Omega to discover (and photograph!) Canadian wildlife in its natural habitat.
During your day in the Canadian Capital, be sure to visit its most popular attractions, such as Parliament Hill, the Rideau Canal and Byward Market.
Canadian history and First Nations culture buffs will want to visit the Canadian Museum of History, Canada's largest and most popular cultural institution.
Night at your campground.
Today is the day you head to the incredible Niagara Falls, considered by many to be the eighth wonder of the world.
Your campground is located along the powerful Niagara River, just minutes from the excitement and charm of the honeymoon capital of the world!
Your visit to the falls is sure to be one of the highlights of your trip; you will never forget their awe-inspiring power and beauty.
Don't miss the famous Hornblower boat tour, which will take you right to the base of the falls.
Other popular activities at Niagara Falls include the scenic helicopter flight over the falls.
Your route continues in the direction of the beautiful Thousand Islands, at the eastern end of Lake Ontario.
The famous Thousand Islands region, known to the First Nations people as "The Garden of the Great Spirit", offers scenery of a singular beauty.
The best way to explore these 1000 treasures is by a boat tour on the St. Laurence River.
Your motorhome adventure continues with the legendary La Mauricie National Park.
Covering an area of 536 km², this national park gives off an air of serenity in keeping with its gently undulating terrain. On this wide plateau with its hills and valleys and network of lakes and rivers, only the changing seasons mark the passage of time.
You have a whole day to spend in the lovely La Mauricie National Park.
Explore some of the park's hiking trails or take a canoe trip to Waber Falls. Don't miss the chance to enjoy a swim under one of the park's many waterfalls!
We suggest that you bring along a picnic lunch, so that you can make the most of every moment of this glorious day in the great outdoors.
Today you take one of the most scenic routes in Quebec to reach the region of Tadoussac.
Tadoussac, the oldest village in Canada, is listed as one of the 50 most beautiful bays in the world.
Take the time to sample some typical local cuisine at Le Bateau restaurant, conveniently located in the heart of this historic village.
Tadoussac is one of the best internationally renowned whale-watching sites in the world.
So there is no way you can leave the area without going on a whale-watching safari!
This exciting adventure includes the services of a naturalist guide who will help you identify several species including the razorback and the beluga.
Next the adventure leads you to one of Quebec's most beautiful parks, Jacques-Cartier National Park.
The section of Route 138 between Baie St-Paul and the park is one of the 5 most scenic routes in Quebec.
Jacques-Cartier National Park offers magnificent landscapes characterized by stunning contrasts: mountainous plateaus fractured by steep-sided valleys.
The spectacular scenery of the Vallée de la Jacques-Cartier river valley includes a channel more than 550 metres deep through which the sparkling Jacques Cartier River winds its way.
You have a full day to enjoy this magnificent haven of peace!
The adventurous at heart will want to canoe down the spectacular Jacques-Cartier River. Canoes can be rented at the park's Discovery and Visitors Centre. Shuttle service is included.
And for hiking enthusiasts, the Sentier Les Loups trail leads steeply upward to dazzling views of the park in all its glory.
Today you head for the beautiful and historic Quebec City, cradle of French culture in the Americas.
Perched on the cliffs of Cap Diamant and overlooking the St. Laurence River, Quebec is proud to be a living museum and the only fortified city in North America.
Once you reach Quebec City, take the time to explore the city and its many historic sites. The entire old town is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Your campground is conveniently located close to downtown Quebec.
You have the morning off in Quebec City. You can use this time to do some last-minute shopping or to explore some of the 1001 attractions of the Old Capital.
After lunch you set out in the direction of Oka, a region renowned for its cheese, its Cistercian abbey and its National Park. Lac des Deux-Montagnes, inside the park, offers hours of pleasure for swimming and water sports enthusiasts.
In the evening we recommend a tour of the Grande-Baie trail, which leads through four different ecosystems: a field, a caryer maple grove, a silver maple grove and a marsh.
Up at dawn, an early breakfast and then you return to Montreal to drop off your motorhome and its equipment (before 10 a.m.)
A short transfer to the airport where you board your return flight.
It's time to leave the land of lakes and rivers, with your heart full of beautiful memories that will last a lifetime!