Propane is a gas that burns cleanly and the combustion of which produces far fewer pollutants and greenhouse gases than gasoline or diesel. In general, it is estimated that propane pollutes 25% less than gasoline, which means:
Less carbon dioxide (CO 2)
Less carbon monoxide;
Less nitrogen oxide;
Less smog-producing hydrocarbons.
Propane is not only less polluting when consumed , but its production and distribution also produce much less polluting emissions. Upstream, propane carbon emissions are safe. No additional insurance premium is required by insurers for vehicles powered by propane. The pumps are designed to prevent overfilling and propane fumes. Propane is one of the safest fuels on the market, all categories combined.
Source: Alliance AutoGas
La Chocolaterie de l’Ile d’Orléans
Cassis Mona et Filles
Café Maison Smith
Vignoble du Mitan
A lovely time with a full van of tourists.
The companies visited provided lovely samples of gorgeously tasty treats.
Claude the driver was as accomodating as they come. Bravo, recommend... read more
Great tour! Danielle gave me a private tour since I was the only one booked that day. Wonderful overview of the history of Quebec and enjoyed the beautiful waterfall even... read more
All listed places visited. Cold and rainy so chocolate place which was first not best time for ice cream cone.
This tour was just perfect! We only had 11 people on-board and left right on time, if not a few minutes ahead of schedule. It was chilly and... read more
My daughter and I enjoyed this excursion immensely. Our guide Celine was a wealth of knowledge about the island and Quebec history generally. The tastings of Cassis spirits, Apple ice... read more
My wife and I took this tour on November 2, 2019. We got a feel for the island, took in awesome views of Quebec City's skyline, and the tastings... read more
An excellent tour with Celine. We visited the chocolate shop, blackcurrant wine producer, ciderie, and nougat shop. Stunning scenery and brilliant amount of commentary from Celine along the way. ... read more