QUEBEC:

THE BIRTHPLACE OF

NORTH AMERICA on a Spyder!

QUEBEC:

THE BIRTHPLACE OF

NORTH AMERICA on a Can-Am Spyder!

Days 1-2: Arrival in Montreal – Visit the Bombardier Museum & Factory in Valcourt

After landing in Montreal you’ll head to the birthplace of the first Bombardier and BRP products in Valcourt. You’ll have the chance to visit the interactive Bombardier Museum of Ingenuity as well as the enormous BRP factory. This region is rich in a history marked by the arrival of American "loyalist" farmers at the end of the 18th century, a wave of English settlers in the early 19th century and finally the arrival of French Canadians in the mid-19th century.

 

Days 3-4-5: Valcourt - Lake Édouard - Tadoussac

You’ll ride the scenic route Roy towards the mouth of the mighty Saint Lawrence River; the river that connects North America’s Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean. The history and cultural richness of New France come alive with traditional food, heritage villages, and awe-inspiring panoramic views. After a visit to the historic 5-star Manoir Richelieu in La Malbaie maybe you’ll be able to spot a humpback or minke while whale watching in Tadoussac’s, imposing Saguenay Fjord.

 

Days 6-7: Tadoussac - Old Quebec City - Island of Orléans

Be transported back in time as you ride into the cultural birthplace of the region, Old Quebec City, North America’s only remaining fortified city. Founded in 1608 charming Old Quebec is a true open-air museum with uniquely narrow streets and cityscapes. Among the amazing national historic sites, you’ll explore the three centuries old military fortifications, the majestic Château Frontenac, the Parliament buildings and the Petit-Champlain neighbourhood.

Days  8-9: Quebec - Valcourt - Montreal - Return flight.

Sadly, this VIP Adventure has come to an end. It’s time to think about the next one! Safe return and see you soon!

 

* Contribution of a Sustainable Partnership: Support for Saint Lawrence River preservation

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