Travel to Montréal along the St. Lawrence River
Details: Beaupré Coast panoramic tour
Take a scenic drive down Canada's oldest road, Chemin Royal, for a panoramic tour of the stunning Beaupre Coast.
Details: Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré guided tour
Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre is an insight into understanding the importance of religion on the history of Quebec. See the sight where thousands of pilgrims journey to pay homage to Ste-Anne every year.
Details: Montmorency Falls visit
Believe it or not, the lesser-known Montmorency Falls are actually 98 feet higher than the famous Niagara Falls! The falls are located just outside of Old Quebec and originate from the Montmorency River where the water cascades over the cliff shores and into the St. Lawrence River below. Staircases and a suspension bridge over the falls allow you to get an up close look at this amazing natural wonder.
Details: Village des Hurons visit
Discover the world and culture of Québec's indigenous peoples as you explore this authentic recreation of a traditional Huron site.
Details: Montréal tour director-led sightseeing
Students experience the city’s highest points and lowest depths, and everything in between. At the highest point, Saint Joseph’s Oratory rises majestically on Mont Royal. The church’s dome is second only to St. Peter’s in Rome. On the other end of the spectrum, students witness the double-decker city of Montréal – an underground city comprised of a series of tunnels and galleries connecting shops and restaurants.