Canada has many modern, multicultural cities, each with its own distinct personality. Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver are possibly the best-known, but there are so many others that highlight different aspects of Canada, such as its maritime culture, mountainous landscape, French history, or its indigenous people. Each city is delightful for different reasons.
In addition, Canadian cities are generally much smaller than the biggest counterparts in the United States, so they are easy to navigate. Canadian people, even in big cities, tend to be friendly to strangers, and crime is relatively low.
Day 1: Airport pickup, checking in to the hotel after which the traveller is free to settle in and sleep off any jet lag. The traveller would have full access to hotel services including the pool, gym and restaurant.
Day 2: Traveler is free to amuse themselves for the day and can feed their eyes on the scenic view of the Waterfall facing the hotel.
Day 3: Traveler goes on the First tour.
Day 4: Traveler goes on the second tour.
Day 5: Personal shopping and any other personal activity the traveller may wish to indulge in.
Day 6: Traveler goes on the third tour.
Day 7: Pack up luggage & prepare for departure, free time.
What to Expect
Tour 1 – Royal Ontario Museum
When visiting Toronto, be sure to stop at the Royal Ontario Museum of art, world culture and natural history. The four-story museum currently holds six million objects in its collections with over 30 galleries showcasing art, archaeology and natural science. The exhibits explore everything from the fascinating history and evolution of tattooing to one of the oldest members of the horned dinosaur family. Then revisit one of the largest manhunts in Canadian history. An entertaining and educational experience for all ages.
Visit the Royal Ontario Museum, one of Toronto’s best family destinations Explore Canada’s largest museum of world cultures and natural history See Gordo the Barosaurus, the largest real fossil dinosaur skeleton mounted in Canada.
This tour is great for couples, individuals or kids.
Discover the Royal Ontario Museum, where jaw-dropping dinos, glittering gems and mysterious mummies are just a few of the treasures on display. Expect extraordinary experiences as you and your family explore how the earth and its cultures have evolved, and how the changes we face today will shape the world we’ll live in tomorrow. General admission includes four floors of extraordinary galleries and exhibitions, with family-friendly experiences for kids of all ages. See the exhibit on display until January 6, 2019. You can upgrade to General Admission & Fashion exhibit ticket. The exhibition explores the extraordinary designs of Dutch couturier, Iris van Herpen, through her 2008-2015 collections that push the boundaries of traditional fashion and craftsmanship.
- See the jaw-dropping dinos, glittering gems and mysterious mummies are just a few of the treasures on display
- Explore a world consisting of earth magnificent creatures of the stone age
- Coming face-to-face with the largest animals on earth
Tour 2 – Sharks After Dark – Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada in Toronto
Visit Canada’s largest indoor aquarium: Ripley’s Aquarium in downtown Toronto. See sharks, fish, rays, and more swimming overhead in North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel. You would be able to See sharks and other marine life swimming in a long, underwater tunnel. Visit the aquarium’s Ray Bay to see stingrays gliding in the water See tropical fish and jellyfish up close Explore nine different galleries and learn about marine life which is what makes this tour a tourist’s favourite. This tour is a great choice for individuals, couples and family with kids.
Ripley’s Aquarium is Canada’s largest indoor aquarium – Immerse yourself in a world of 20,000 aquatic animals and discover your own underwater adventure in the heart of downtown Toronto. Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water and over 100 interactive opportunities.
Get up close and personal with several touch exhibits and soak in a live dive show daily. This awe-inspiring attraction consists of nine carefully curated galleries showcasing a cross-section of saltwater and freshwater environments from around the world – starting with species from Toronto’s backyard, the Great Lakes basin.
Experience a live dive show, which will give you a glimpse into their world. Planet Jellies: With eight different tanks featuring jellies surrounding you on all side, this transfixing gallery delights with colour-changing displays.
- Immerse yourself in a world of 20,000 aquatic animals
- Explore 17 habitats that spotlight the diversity of Canada’s treasures
- Rainbow Reef: Be swept away to an inviting oasis, where an explosion of colour mesmerizes with this vibrant collection of tropical fish.
- Discovery Centre: Pop into the underwater viewing bubbles to get a closer look at pufferfish and clownfish and be sure to touch a bamboo shark or a ‘living’ fossil in the horseshoe crab touch pool.
- Experience a live dive show, which will give you a glimpse into their world.
- Planet Jellies: With eight different tanks featuring jellies surrounding you on all side, this transfixing gallery delights with colour-changing displays.
Tour 3 – Niagara Falls Boat Tour: Voyage to the Falls
Experience Niagara Falls up close on this 20-minute boat ride. Beginning on the Canadian side of the falls, this exciting tour travels along the Niagara Gorge, past the American and Bridal Veil Falls to the base of the powerful Horseshoe Falls. Stand out on the deck and feel the spray of the water — poncho included — or stay dry inside behind a window. Either way, it’s a journey to remember. 20-minute Niagara Falls boat tour Enjoy panoramic views from a double-decker catamaran Cruise along the Niagara Gorge from the Canadian side and admire views of American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls Get up close and personal with Horseshoe Falls Stay dry in the indoor viewing area or welcome the powerful mist as you stand on the outdoor deck.
Climb on board a state-of-the-art, 700-passenger catamaran cruise ship to begin a Voyage to the Falls like no other. There are two tiers on the ship — an upper and lower deck — plus an enclosed area that’s covered by glass, safe from the elements. Pick a spot and get ready for the fun to begin. The ship will drift into the Niagara Gorge before cruising past the American and Bridal Veil Falls. Get the poncho ready because it’s now evident things are going to get really wet for those on the ship’s outer decks — the edge of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Feel the cool spray and the powerful sounds of the water. This is the experience of a lifetime. Voyage to the Falls is only a half-hour tour, but drinks and snacks are available inside the enclosed part of the ship for those who are interested. Additionally, there’s a souvenir shop at the landing area, with waterproof accessories to buy beforehand, or keepsakes to purchase afterwards.
- Each package is for 7 nights ideally, except the client needs a different date.
- Departure and return dates are flexible within a one-month bracket (31 days) starting from Dec 1st to January 1st
- Trip Package is a duration of 7 days stay at the destination offering 3 exciting adventurous tours.
- Family packages include kids
- Airport pick up
- 7 night’s stay at the prestigious Ramada by Wyndham Niagara Falls
- 3 Guided tours listed below
1 Adult – ₦500,000
2 Adults – ₦800,500
2 Adults 1 Kid – ₦1,050,000
2 Adults 2 Kids – ₦1,300,500
The museum is rich in artefacts that are beautifully displayed and documented. The museum curator knew a lot about the origin and value of each artefact on display and it was a day of knowledge sharing and gaining for us. We hope to visit again – Mr. & Mrs Lawson, Lagos.
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