Splendid Nature of Quebec

  • Accommodation for 14 Nights - 1 Night in Montreal, 2 Nights in Quebec City, 1 Night in Riviere Du Loup, 1 Night in Baie des Chaleurs, 2 Nights in Percé / Gaspe, 2 Nights in Parc de la Gaspésie, 1 Night in Tadoussac, 1 Night in Saguenay, 1 Night in Lac St. Jean and 2 Nights Saint-Alexis-Des-Monts.
  • 1.5 Hour Montreal Guided Cruise.
  • Rental of mid-size car with Unlimited mileage.
  • Optional Tours & Admissions.
  • Option to extend stay.

Let Quebec enchant you with its variety and sentimentalism on this program which joins the energizing movement of metropolitan visiting with the characteristic excellence of common parks set amid peaceful streams. From cosmopolitan Montreal and legacy rich Quebec City to the picturesque waterfront courses of the Gaspe promontory, you will end up drenched in this exceptional and lovely region where societies meet, and charm has large amounts of its attractions, disposition and all-season request.


  • This tour is also available without rental Car starting from CA $1,481.
  • The operation of this tour is subject to the evolving COVID-19 situation.

Private Tour, Car, SUV or Minivan Rental, Upgrade & Extend Hotel Stay, optional Tours & Attractions.

  • Is your client looking for a Private Tour?  Let us know. 
  • Would your client like to upgrade the rental vehicle?  
  • Would your client like to upgrade the hotel?  We offer hotel stay extension as well as Hotel and Room Upgrades. 
  • Please check us with on the various optional tours and attractions.

Please contact our Canada Destination Specialist for information and assistance.

Arrive in Montreal.  On arrival at Montreal Trudeau International Airport (YUL) pick up your bags and proceed to the Car Rental office at YUL Airport.  You will present your confirmation voucher along with your valid Driver’s License and credit card to rent your pre-booked car.

Proceed to your hotel in downtown Montreal. The Roadbook you got will have all the data required for your vacation/trip/venture. The rest of the day is at relaxation to explore this exceptional and dynamic French-Canadian city.

Overnight in Montreal.
Become more acquainted with this French-talking city on a voyage. Joined by a guide, find the numerous features of Montreal from the solace of a voyage pontoon on the St. Lawrence River. You will explore 25 km of history and attractions along the St. Lawrence River: Old Port, Ste-Helen's Island, the pristine scene of the Boucherville Islands and considerably more. 

Your self-drive package includes admission to: 
Montreal Guided Cruise - Set sail for fun with a guided cruise near Montreal on the scenic St. Lawrence River, enjoying skyline views and learning about city history as you ride.

Overnight in Quebec City.

Enjoy entire day exploring North America's just walled city. Not to be missed are the Plains of Abraham, the Citadel, the Upper and Lower towns, the Notre Dame Basilica, and the National Assembly and Parliament Buildings. At night, walk around the city's person on foot neighborly roads and relish the European feel that gives Quebec City such extraordinary qualification.

Overnight in Quebec City.

Today’s drive takes you along the St. Lawrence River to Riviere-du-Loup, a significant authoritative and administration focus set on a porch over the waterfront plain with an engaging and unmistakably Québécois air. The flourishing of the mid nineteenth century and the mid twentieth century is reflected in its mind-blowing homes and public structures, including city lobby and St. Patrick's Church and Presbytery. From the Park of the Luminous Cross, you will appreciate a wide arriving at perspective on the town's middle, the St. Lawrence also, the five islands called Les Pelerins, home to a huge number of seabirds and shorebirds.

Overnight in Riviere Du Loup.

Reveal the landscape and oceanic legend of the Gaspé Peninsula as your route today takes you to Baie des Chaleurs which lies at the bay of the Gulf of St. Lawrence between northern New Brunswick and eastern Quebec. Discovered and named by Jacques Cartier in 1534, Baie Des Chaleurs is a popular fishing ground for cod, herring, mackerel, and salmon, with numerous Acadian fishing towns on its shores. 

Overnight in Baie Des Chaleurs.

As you travel along the coast you will pass, Port-Daniel, a network of Scottish, Acadian and Irish drop. Take the Capitaine Fournier street which gives a decent perspective on a railroad burrow that crosses Cap de l'Enfer - Cape of Hell. The passage estimates 190 m long and is the just one of its sorts in Quebec. From the 'Côte de Surprise' (Surprise Coast) parkway by the little fishing port of L'Anse-à-Beaufils you will have an eminent full visible of Percé Bay and Percé Rock.

Overnight in Percé.

When the biggest fishing port in the Gaspé Peninsula, Percé is currently the pearl of the whole Gaspé district as a hotel and vacationer town and eminent for the unprecedented excellence of its environmental factors. Its noticeable topographical component is an extraordinary stone punctured with a gap, from which the network inferred its name. The town has a fabulous choice of eateries and bistros, probably the best in the locale. There is a late spring theater and a footpath that extends along the south seashore. At the wharf you can watch the anglers cleaning their every day get.

Overnight in Percé.

As you pass the eastern most tip of the landmass, set aside some effort to visit Forillon National Park, Apart from its transcending vertical precipices, the region's most unmistakable milestone is the beacon at Pointe-au-Pere National Historic Site, which transcends the St. Lawrence. See the numerous wildflower brambles which loan the close by network of Cap-des-Rosiers its name and take a photograph stop at Gros Morne with its glorious precipices and beautiful narrows zone. Proceed to the core of the Gaspé Peninsula where a wondrous rocky display anticipates you in the Parc de la Gaspésie.

Overnight in Parc De Le Gaspésie.

With pinnacles of more than 1,000 m, the recreation center is the main spot in Quebec where caribou, moose and white-followed deer coincide. Appreciate 140 km of climbing trails with broad perspectives or take a guided nature visit (excluded). Notwithstanding climbing, the recreation center likewise offers mountain biking, kayaking, fishing, and picnicking. An Interpretation Center houses a perpetual display and trinket shop. General media showcases and extraordinary exercises additionally give occasions to become familiar with the recreation center's verdure and its geographical history.

Overnight in Parc De Le Gaspesie.

Today you will leave the Gaspé Region and drive to Tadoussac, a decision objective for those inspired by marine untamed life, especially whales. A portion of the modest communities enroute include neighborhood workmanship exhibitions showing the absolute best fine art from eastern Quebec, a territory known for its great works of wood cutting. You have a few options of ship intersections: Matane to Baie Comeau/Godbout; Les Escoumins to Trois Pistoles; or Saint Simeon to Riviere Du Loup. Look out for whales and other natural life as you cross the strong St. Lawrence. 

Overnight in Tadoussac.

Today, take a short yet grand crash into Saguenay. A superb perspective on the waters underneath the Saguenay Fjord can be found at the town of L'Ansede-Roche. A stop at L'Anse-Saint-Jean, at times called Quebec's 'Little Switzerland' due to the precarious mountains flanking the town, offers a gander at all around safeguarded customary neighborhood fieldstone and log design. A secured connect that was implicit 1929 and fabulous perspectives on the Saguenay River can likewise be found. 

Overnight in Saguenay.

Explore Saguenay Provincial Park which jelly pieces of land along the north and south shores of the Saguenay Fjord. The 105 km long fjord is up 250 m profound, bringing about dull golden to dark shaded water. Cold salt water from the St. Lawrence pushes under hotter new water from the Saguenay, bringing about incredibly various marine life.Visit the recreation center's interpretative focus and find out about the arrangement of the fjord and its physical, hydrographic and oceanographic attributes. 

Overnight in Lac St. Jean.

You will have more opportunity to appreciate this noteworthy region of the Sagueney Region. The locale around the lake is known for its mining and blundering and nature and amusement aficionados will appreciate sailing, climbing, climbing, looking for landlocked salmon, and horseback riding around this particularly round lake! End the day with a drive through Quebec's wild nature and thick territory as you advance toward Saint-Alexis-Des-Monts. 

Overnight in Saint-Alexis-Des-Monts.

If staying at Sacacomie Lodge or Lac à l'Eau Claire, you will approach a wide assortment of activities during your stay like timberland strolls and mountain biking on all around checked path, admittance to the sea shore, drifting, paddling, windsurfing and cruising on the quiet lake. Likewise, accessible, at an extra charge, are waterway kayaking, seaplane flights, ATV-visits, fishing, waterskiing, plunging and golf.

Overnight in Saint-Alexis-Des-Monts.

Return to Montreal Trudeau International Airport to check in for your return flight.

End of your Self-Drive Canadian Holiday.

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  • 14 Nights’ accommodations.
  • Rental of a Mid-Sized car Toyota Corolla or Similar with unlimited mileage.  Driver must be 21 years or older.  Upgrades to SUV or Minivan also available for an additional cost.
  • Admission to 1.5 Hour Montreal Guided Cruise.
  • Taxes & HST. 


  • Airfare.
  • Airport transfers.
  • Meals and attractions unless otherwise specified.
  • Park entrance fees.
  • Ferry charges.
  • Travel Insurance - recommended.  We require Travel Agent to secure a signed Waiver in the event client declines your offer to sell Travel Insurance. 
    DMCi will require Travel Agent to provide us the signed waiver when required as a part of the Terms & Conditions of Contract. 
    DMCi sells Manulife Travel Insurance.  Please check with us for rates. 
  • Collision Damage Waiver & Theft Protection for the rented Car and Roadside Assistance not included in package cost.  Same is available at an additional cost.
  • Young Driver Surcharge - Drivers age 21 to 24 are required to pay CAD 30.00 plus taxes, per day at the time of rental pick up.
  • Gas for the vehicle.
  • GPS, Child Seats, Racks, etc.
  • Parking & Tolls.
  • Bottled Water
  • Early Check-in and Late Check-out charges.  Charges will apply.
  • Optional Tours & Admissions.
  • Option to extend stay.

Accommodations Featured

Tour Code: DM–VJSNOQ-Economy

MontrealLes Suites Labelle or Hotel Place Dupuis Montreal Downtown.
Quebec CityHotel Universel Sainte-Foy or Travelodge Quebec.
Riviere Du LoupHotel Levesque or Hotel Universel Riviere Du Loup.
Baie des ChaleursHostellerie Baie Bleue or Hotel Le Francis.
Percé / Gaspe
Hotel Mote Le Mirage or Rodeway Inn Gaspe.
Parc de la Gaspésie
Motel à la Brunante or Hotel Et Cie.
TadoussacHotel Georges De Tadoussac or Hotel Motel Le Beluga or Hotel Tadoussac.
SaguenayHotel La Sagueneenne or Hotel Le Montagnais.
Lac St. JeanHotel Du Jardin or Hotel de la Borealie or Chateau Roberval.
Saint-Alexis-Des-MontsLac À L’Eau Claire or Pourvoirie du Lac Blanc.

Tour Code: DM–VJSNOQ-Standard

MontrealHotel Faubourg Montreal or Best Western Ville Marie Hotel And Suites.
Quebec CityHotel Le Concorde Quebec or Hotel Champlain.
Riviere Du LoupHotel Levesque or Hotel Universel Riviere Du Loup.
Baie des ChaleursHostellerie Baie Bleue or Hotel Le Francis.
Percé / Gaspe
Hotel Mote Le Mirage or Riotel Perce.
Parc de la Gaspésie
Gite Du Mont Albert or Hotel Et Cie.
TadoussacHotel Tadoussac or Hotel Motel Le Beluga.
SaguenayHotel La Sagueneenne or Hotel Le Montagnais.
Lac St. JeanHotel Du Jardin or Hotel de la Borealie or Chateau Roberval.
Saint-Alexis-Des-MontsLac À L’Eau Claire or Pourvoirie du Lac Blanc.

Should the listed hotels not be available, it will be replaced with alternate accommodation of a similar quality.

We offer upgrade of hotel/hotel room subject to availability. 

Please contact our Canada Destination Specialist for information and assistance.


Room Configuration Beds Occupancy

For more information on Rooming and how rates apply, please refer to Important Notes

Optional Tour

Optional Tours & Admissions (subject to operation due to Covid-19).


  • Tadoussac – 3 Hour Whale Watching Tour by Zodiac – CA $ 76
  • Lac St. Jean Region – Admission to St. Felicien Zoo – CA $ 41 

These optional tours can be booked with our package. Please contact our Canada Destination Specialist for rates.

Notes about this Tour

Operation Info

YearCategoryOperating Dates
2021Economy 01 May to 06 Oct, 2021
2021Standard10 May to 06 Oct, 2021
2022Economy01 May to 06 Oct, 2022
2022Standard10 May to 06 Oct, 2022

Blackout dates may apply.  Please check with us for more information.

Note - Operation of this tour is subject to the evolving COVID-19 situation.



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