Experience Canada with TruExperiences Tours and Avoid Europe’s Volcanic
Travelers looking to avoid Europe’s volcanic ash misery might want to consider a series of
independent tours to Canada recently introduced by TruExperiences Tours, a boutique tour
operator based in Toronto.
(PRWEB) May 19, 2010 -- Tours range in length from four to ten nights and feature accommodations, sightseeing
tours, transportation by train, pre-trip destination information and telephone assistance. Daily departures are
available for most tours and air add-ons can be arranged from departure cities throughout the United States.
Popular tours include:
Gems of French Canada Tour
Gems of French Canada highlights the culture of two of Canada's French-speaking cities in one four-night tour.
The romantic and historical charm of Quebec City is the perfect complement to Montreal's vibrant and upbeat
urban appeal. Tours can be arranged to coincide with Montreal’s renowned summer festivals, including the
Montreal International Jazz Festival taking place from June 25 to July 6, 2010.
Gems of Eastern Canada Tour
Gems of Eastern Canada features the excitement of Toronto, the natural wonder of Niagara Falls, Canada's
capital city, Ottawa and the distinctly European and French-speaking metropolises of Montreal and Quebec City.
The ten-night tour includes visits to many of Canada’s most popular attractions, including the National Gallery of
Canada, the Royal Ontario Museum and the CN Tower.
Gems of the Canadian Rockies Tour
Gems of the Canadian Rockies captures the magic of the Canadian Rockies with stays in Banff, Jasper,
Kamloops and Vancouver. The highlight of this seven-night tour is the two-day journey on the Rocky
Mountaineer train from Jasper to Vancouver. Optional extensions can be arranged in Victoria and Whistler, home
of the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Trans-Canada Experience Tour
Trans-Canada Experience, the ultimate Canadian train trip, is often listed on travelers’ “must do” lists. Travelers
spend two nights in