Some tours of eastern Canada include the Ontario and French Canada Tour, The Best of Eastern Canada Tour and the Eastern Canada Rail Cruise, as of 2015. These tours all go through similar areas, though the rail cruise is the only one that goes by train.
The Ontario and French Canada tour is an eight-day tour through many areas of the eastern side of Canada, including Toronto, Quebec, Niagara Falls and the St. Lawrence River. People on this tour get to explore the French Canadian culture in Quebec and see sites like the Royal Canadian mounted police stables, SkyDome Stadium, CN Tower and the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Some other parts of the itinerary are the Rideau Canal, Ottawa River and Thousand Islands National Park.
The Best of Eastern Canada tour is also an eight-day tour. It includes multiple two-night stays, including stops in Toronto, Quebec City and Montreal. Guests enjoy a one-night stay in Ottawa. During each stop, guests can take guided city tours. A boat takes guests to the St. Lawrence River and near Niagara Falls. The trip includes an evening of French cuisine in Quebec City and various dining options in the other cities.
The Eastern Canada Rail Cruise takes guests on a combination tour by boat and train. It begins in Boston in the United States and ends at the Cultural Capital of Montreal in Canada.