Our trip to Quebec was amazing. The kids had a lot of fun and learnt a lot about the history of Quebec. The several workshops were not only entertaining but educational. Our tour guide Isabelle was fantastic, very helpful and really connected with all of us. My students claimed that it was the perfect trip for them as first time international travelers for they felt comfortable enough to try to speak French knowing that they could always communicate in English as most people we conversed with, were bilingual. Not once did we feel unsafe. it was really wonderful. Exploring the different churches/basilicas was inspiring. The kids loved the spectacular Montmorency falls.
Zaza / Group leader Melbourne, Florida / Posted on June 30, 2017
Superb and Culturally Sound
Our tour guide was second to none. Our step-on guide in Montréal as well as our walking guide in Québec City were phenomenal with cultural information and their historical accounts of each city. We can't recommend the sugar shack experience highly enough...it was incredibly memorable.
Melou / Group leader Cedar Lake, Indiana / Posted on June 30, 2017
Even better the second time
This was my second year in a row taking students on the "Bonjour, Québec" trip and we had even more fun than the first time. Every day was packed with fun activities at just the right pace. We ended our trip with a great evening watching an outdoor concert which our tour guide went out of her way to add to the itinerary.
DocP / Group leader Oakland, California / Posted on June 27, 2017
Fun and educational!
I took 6 high school students and three adults on the tour of Québec. Everyone gave the tour a thumbs up. We had a very good guide named Édouard and a bus driver Jacques. Favorite activities included an interactive workshop on the Plaines of Abraham and singing/dancing at the Sugar Shack. There were beautiful waterfalls, mountains, parks, markets, and the St. Laurence River. The hotels were modern and included swi.ming pools. Overall it was a great tour.
Triciakay45 / Group leader Saint Marys, Ohio / Posted on June 23, 2017
Fantastic 1st Experience of Canada!
I had never been to Canada before and this was a wonderful first time experience. Our tour guide was knowledgeable, upbeat and fun. The activities were amazing: a Cirque de Soleil performance, a visit to a maple syrup camp, an interactive workshop at The Plains of Abraham and a first taste of poutine. Some things that I expected to be lame (for example, a visit to a wax museum) were really fun! Although I liked some activities more than others, I can't think of any that I disliked. The hotels were comfortable and clean; the food was very good. Overall a great trip!
JMP60 / Adult traveler Fayetteville, Arkansas / Posted on June 22, 2017
Great tour to introduce students to Montréal and Québec. Enjoyed the lodging, walking tours, free time, meals, and group activities, among which the most notable were the Cabane à Sucre, the Québec Legends performance, and the British Soldier experience. Our guide was flexible, knowledgeable, and interactive with students.
HMSUA / Adult traveler Columbus, OH / Posted on June 20, 2017
The trip to Canada was great. I learned a lot about Canada while having a lot of fun. My favorite was snow tubing and the First Nations tour of the Wandake village which taught me a lot.
Bruhhhhhhh / Student traveler Burlington, CT / Posted on February 22, 2020
Great School Trip!
Papaya / Student traveler Harwinton, CT / Posted on February 22, 2020
My tour guide was Dave and he was wonderful! He was so fun and attentive. He made my trip to Quebec and Montreal memorable experience!
NJ5555 / Student traveler Harwinton CT / Posted on February 22, 2020
Quebec is Amazing
Fabulous tour and fantastic tour guide.
Weather was perfect.
Tennisqueen / Adult traveler Tucson, AZ / Posted on December 09, 2019