Old Quebec and Montmorency Falls
Taste Trail on the Island of Orleans
The Wine Tour
Quebec Aventure Tours Shuttle
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La Chocolaterie de l’Ile d’Orléans
Cassis Mona et Filles
Café Maison Smith
Vignoble du Mitan
My friend and I greatly enjoyed seeing the area outside Quebec City, the drive gave us lovely views the whole time. The guide was friendly, funny and knowledgeable. ... read more
In fall or summer this would be trip would be fabulous. The winter is not the best time to visit the island.
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
All listed places visited. Cold and rainy so chocolate place which was first not best time for ice cream cone.
Our tour ended up being a private tour with 4 of us ladies. Our tour director was a delightful lady named Celine and she took us to some wonderful... read more
Loved our half a day trip to the island with Jeff as our driver and tour guide. Jeff was great! I knew I wanted to drive around the island but... read more