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Canadian Pioneer - Trek America
11 days

Canadian Pioneer

From New York City to Boston
Tour Operator:
Trek America
Max group size:
13
Age range:
18 to 38
Operated in:
English
Tour id:
1954
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US $1,849
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Highlights

  • Discover Mother Nature's epic creation, Niagara Falls
  • Tickle your taste buds in Montreal
  • Hike and canoe through wild landscapes
  • Enjoy nature's colours at the Acadia National Park

Itinerary

Start in New York City and end in Boston! With the discovery tour Canadian Pioneer, you have a 11 day tour package taking you through New York City, USA and 9 other destinations in North America. Canadian Pioneer includes accommodation as well as an expert guide, transport and more.
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  1. Introduction
  1. Day 1: New York Area, Niagara Falls
  2. Days 2-3: Toronto
  3. Days 4-5: Algonquin Provincial Park
  4. Days 6-7: Montreal
  5. Day 8: Quebec City
  6. Days 9-10: Acadia National Park
  7. Day 11: Boston
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What's Included

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  • Accommodation
  • Guide
  • Transport
  • Additional Services
  • Optional Extras
  • Meals
  • Additional Services

Where You'll Stay

Camping
8 nights
Lodge
2 nights

Customer Reviews

  • Overall Rating
    Excellent
    4.3
  • Guide
    Excellent
    5.0
  • Transport
    Excellent
    5.0
  • Accommodation
    Average
    3.0
  • Food
    Excellent
    5.0
  • 4.6
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  • Canadian Pioneer reviewer 1
    July 05, 2014
    We had a brilliant time! The trip moves at a perfect pace, fast enough to show you a tonne of places, but with an extra night in the biggest locations so that you can actually enjoy them! I've done other trips that move too fast, nothing beats waking up... Show more
    Trip date: June 2014
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    August 07, 2013
    Having been on a Trek previously (Westerner 2 in 2012) I’m happy to say the experience is as good as ever. On paper you could argue it might be cheaper to do this on your own but in reality you would spend (and waste) a lot of time trying to find places... Show more
    Trip date: July 2013
    Review collected by Trek America
  • A
    August 06, 2013
    A brilliant blend of nation/provincial parks and big cities. The included wilderness canoeing was great (but quite tiring due to the wind), Free time to explore the cities was great, especially as Laura our trek leader highlighted the best local... Show more
    Trip date: July 2013
    Review collected by Trek America
  • A
    March 29, 2013
    A great introduction to the east of Canada, going in September meant the season was starting to change and it was beautiful to see the trees in the autumn colours. The variation of cities and rural areas was great, we cramped so much into the 2weeks a... Show more
    Trip date: September 2011
    Review collected by Trek America
  • A
    December 06, 2012
    Great trip that shows you around the big cities of the East of Canada and USA in just a few days. The visits to the Parks are amazing, especially during the Fall, called Indian Summer. Good trip also for shopping, and visits to museums, etc. Wish it... Show more
    Trip date: January 2005
    Review collected by Trek America

Availability

11 days
Canadian Pioneer
From New York City to Boston
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Videos

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Q&A: Trek America Oct 2014