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The wonders of the east
After introducing the drama of Niagara Falls, followed by stops in beautiful Ottawa, Québec City and Montréal, this itinerary will present you with another side of Canada altogether – its unique east coast.
The Gulf of Saint Lawrence is the largest estuary in the world, and a beautiful waterway to navigate, ushering you along a coast that is both wild and beyond easy categorisation. This is a part of Canada best enjoyed from the deck of a luxury cruise ship, and you can look ahead to incredible scenery, with stops in charming cities and splendid island ports, before concluding in cultivated Boston, and exciting New York City, the ‘Big Apple’.
The Scenic Difference
Every detail of your all-inclusive journey has been carefully considered to create a truly carefree experience and memories to last a lifetime.
Feel the force of nature on a cruise to the base of mighty Niagara Falls
Fully escorted smaller group luxury journeys for up to 36 guests
Explore hidden corners of Québec’s charming old town on a walking tour especially designed for Scenic guests
Fallsview room at the Marriott Niagara Falls Hotel & Spa
Spot wolves, red deer and bears in the beautiful Parc Oméga wildlife preserve
Verandah Staterooms on board your cruise
Feast on traditional Québécois fare accompanied by live music at a Sugar Shack
4 exclusive Scenic Enrich experiences
Add some drama to your journey with a fabulous Broadway show in New York City
Your choice of 5 Scenic Freechoice activities
2 memorable Scenic Special Stays
39 meals – 19 breakfasts (B), 7 lunches (L) and 13 dinners (D)
Days 1 to 9 are escorted by an expert local Tour Director
Knowledgeable local guides
Complimentary Wi-Fi at selected hotels
All tipping and gratuities
Eastern Explorer, Maritimes Cruise & New York
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