NORTH AMERICA on a Can-Am Spyder!

Exclusive Expedition with Your Own Private Group

Available: 1st June - 30th September 2019


7-days & 6-nights, 932 mi (1,500 km)

4-days & 3-nights, 532 mi (857 km)

This itinerary is the most popular with  a 4 vehicle group, it may be modified to provide the best experience.

Joyride along the historic route taken in 1534 by the settlers and pioneers of the New World and discover the history of J. Armand Bombardier. From historic Quebec City, to the deep, wooded forests of Charlevoix, you’ll explore the birthplace of North America and be intoxicated by the vast, stunning landscapes and charmed by the hospitality and warmth of the people you’ll encounter.

Day 1: Montreal - Orford (bus transfer)


Starting in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, an area 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 the arrival of French Canadians in the mid-19th century. You’ll enjoy this region of rolling green hills and deep blue lakes.


Day 2: Visit the Bombardier Museum and Saint Benedict’s Abbey


Your first stop is Valcourt, the birthplace of the first Bombardier and BRP products. You will have the opportunity to visit the Museum of Ingenuity. You then ride to the splendid estate of Saint Benedict’s Abbey that sits on Lake Memphremagog and that about thirty Benedictine monks still call home. 


Day 3: Orford - Montmagny 


A full day of fun awaits you. Take the time to appreciate the picturesque countryside and the hum of your engine. Forget about all your problems and enjoy the warm summer wind that caresses your face. A day dedicated to the pleasure of riding and sharing your passion with your fellow travelers as you make your way to Montmagny, located on the south shore of the majestic St. Lawrence River.

Day 4: Montmagny - Charlevoix


After a savory breakfast, you drive to Rivière-du-Loup where you take the ferry for a 27 kilometer journey on the St. Lawrence River, heading to Saint-Simeon. From there, you will have the pleasure to travel on the most scenic roads in Quebec where multiple breathtaking viewpoints will leave you speechless! Maybe you will have the luck to see a famous humpback whale in Tadoussac!

Your day will culminate at La Malbaie... 

And running through Charlevoix, perhaps you’ll try your luck at the casino before falling asleep reflecting on the perfect day you’ve just experienced.

Day 5: Charlevoix - Ile d’Orleans  - Quebec


On the road that leads you to the jewel that is Quebec City, you don’t want to miss the colossal Sanctuary of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre and the Montmorency Falls. With a height of 83 meters, this waterfall is 30 meters higher than the one at Niagara. While touring the Ile d’Orleans, it won’t take you long to understand why the island has inspired many painters and poets, including the legendary Felix Leclerc.

You end the day with a trip back in time by visiting the region's cultural birthplace, Old Quebec, the only fortified city still in existence in North America. Founded in 1608, Quebec is a true open-air museum with uniquely narrow streets and cityscapes. Among the amazing national historic sites, you’ll explore the three-century-old military fortifications, the majestic Chateau Frontenac, the Parliament buildings and the Petit-Champlain neighbourhood.

Day 6: Quebec - Magog (via King’s Path) - Montreal (bus transfer)


It's summer, and Montreal is overflowing with free cultural activities of all kinds. There’s something to offer for every taste. Le Quartier des Spectacles is a stop not to be missed for fans of music and comedy. Enjoy your evening with a stroll through the charming streets of Old Montreal and savor the fresh breeze of the St. Lawrence River in the old port. From there, you can admire Montreal by night as well as the majestic Jacques Cartier Bridge that is illuminated every night by thousands of multicolored lights.

Days 7: Montreal and return flight


Will you use your last few hours in Montreal for some last-minute shopping in the underground city that has more than 30 kilometers of tunnels? Or, will you go sightseeing and explore some of the city’s landmarks, including the monumental 1976 Olympic Games Stadium and the magisterial St. Joseph’s Oratory, located on the summit of Mount Royal?

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

7-days & 6-nights

Rates per person based on a 4 vehicle group*:

Driver rates: Upon Request

Passenger rates: Upon Request

*Rates do not include taxes. Taxes will be applied where applicable. Certain conditions apply, please read the Terms & Conditions of Purchase

where applicable. Certain conditions apply, please read the Terms & Conditions of Purchase

4-days & 3-nights

Rates per person based on a 4 vehicle group*:

Driver rates: Upon Request

Passenger rates: Upon Request

*Rates do not include taxes. Taxes will be applied where applicable. Certain conditions apply, please read the Terms & Conditions of Purchase

Included in all VIP Adventure experiences

  • Accommodations (3 & 4-star)

  • Small Private Groups (most popular with 4 vehicle groups)

  • Premium Fleet of BRP Vehicles & Equipment

  • One Internationally Experienced Guide in SUV support/luggage vehicle

  • Top Quality Riding Gear & Safety Equipment

  • Expertly Planned Routes & Breath-taking Scenery

  • Training Personalized to Each Rider's Skill Level

  • Route Security & Safety Plans

  • Off the Beaten Track Exploration

  • Connect with Remote Communities

  • Access Rare Cultural Events 

  • Dynamic, Flexible Itinerary

  • Routes Adaptable to Challenge Riders of all Levels

  • ...and Much More!



Meals, alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks, access tickets to museums/activities or any other charges not mentioned in the list above.

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