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1000 islands Half A day visit

On 1000 islands visit we travel on the great St. Lawrence river.  Connecting Canada's great lakes with the the Atlantic ocean, the river traverses the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, and is also the international border between Canada and the United States.   We begin our trip by picking you up at your accommodation location ( for group of 4 ) or our local meeting point ( usually near Parliament hill ).  Then we drive toward Brockville, ON. ( its about 1.5 hour ) . Once we arrived  at the beautiful harbor of Rockport, where we board the boat for an almost 2hrs tour of the thousand islands region. The views are breathtaking, and the architectural marvels that have been constructed on the islands are a sight to be seen.   After our boat ride, we continue to the picturesque town of Brockville for a coffee or tea and a short tour of the town. Brockville is known as "the city of the 1000 islands" and is one of the oldest communities. You will be amazed by how close the United States is! After all we end up our trip by coming back to our starting point.

$97.34 Tours & Sightseeing

Eastern Peninsula French Ontario Cycle Tour

5 days, 368 kilometers 54 to 87 kilometers (33 to 54 miles) per day. Mostly flat with a few hills, moderate.  Loop route. Waterfront Trail, St. Lawrence Islands and Seaway, Ottawa River, peaceful country roads, historic Upper Canada Village, Quebec ski resort town,  waterfront. The route is on Waterfront Trail and quiet paved roads through farming areas close to the shore of the St. Lawrence River and Ottawa River through several small towns including Morrisburg, Winchester, St. Albert and Hawkesbury. The route uses bicycle friendly roads with paved shoulders or where motor vehicle traffic is light so drivers can easily leave space around you.  This tour features French speaking areas in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec along with the early Loyalist heritage of the St. Lawrence valley.  Two nights are in French speaking Ontario and one night in the unique ski resort town of Rigaud Quebec.  Speak French if you choose but this area is very bilingual. Enjoy the waterfront routes along the Ottawa River and the St Lawrence River.  You cross islands in the St. Lawrence River passing through areas affected by the creation of the St. Lawrence Seaway in 1959 which permits ocean going ships to navigate the Great Lakes. The popular St Albert Cheese Coop on the route welcomes visitors with eleven gourmet poutines. fresh cheese curds and a Curd Festival in mid August.