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Office: 8, Boudreau Lane Haute-Aboujagane, NB E4P 5N1 Toll Free: 1-833-561-1213 or 1-506-532-3674

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8, Boudreau Lane
Haute-Aboujagane, NB E4P 5N1

Fax: 506 532-6487
Tel.: 506 532-3674
Toll Free: 1 833 561-1213
(in North America only)




Canyon des Chutes Sainte-Anne (falls). Through footpaths running alongside high ledges and bridges hanging onto sheer cliffs, the visitor is thrown into fascinating landscapes where chasms and streams take turns displaying themselves.This site, preserved in its wildness, offers an unforgettable natural sight: a 74 meter-high waterfall (243 feet), the spectacular McNicoll bridge (55 meters or 180 feet above the canyon), a 15 meter-wide giant pothole (50 feet) and lots more.                                                                                                                                                                      

The Cyclorama. The world's largest panorama. The world-wide fame of this panorama realization yearly attracts ever increasing numbers of tourist and pilgrims to Ste-Anne-de- Beaupré, where Cyclorama has been on exhibit since 1895. Cyclorama creates an illusion of life and relief that is so real that it gives visitors the feeling that they are themselves in Jerusalem and that they relive the sights of the Crucifixion. From the observation point, you can contemplate all the city of Jerusalem and over 80 kilometers of surrounding countryside at the four cardinal points.

Visit Québec's Artillery Park. The French built various defense works there in the 17th and 18th centuries, while barracks were gradually erected in this zone as of the mid-18th century. Visit historic buildings unique to Québec City: the Dauphine's Redoubt(1712), the officer's quarters(1785) and the cartridge factory's iron foundry(1903).                                                                                                                                  Visit Québec's Cartier - Brébeuf National Historic Site. This national historic site, located on the north bank of the Saint - Charles River owes its name to Jacques Cartier, the French explorer and to the Jesuit Jean de Brébeuf. It commemorates the first winter the navigator spent in the country (1535 - 153 ).   

Visit Anima G. Located on the 31st floor in the Marie-Guyart building, Québec City's highest observation point, Anima G provides a breathtaking panorama of the city and its surroundings. Visitors have the opportunity to admire the works of many artists.

Ghost Tours of Québec. As skies begin to darken over Québec City, the costumed tour guide of Ghost Tours of Québec, strikes a match and lights his lantern. The anxious students and teachers wait in anticipation, for they know, they will be walking through Old Québec City to hear over 300 years of murders, executions, mysterious ghost sightings, tragedies, and hauntings. On the Ghost Tour you will find out how the execution of this American in Québec City may hold the answer to an unexplained haunting. Ever wondered what qualification got you the job of Executioner in the 1600’s in Québec City? Your guide at Ghost Tours of Québec will surprise you with the answer. The ghost of this international murderer has been credited with the deaths of over 1000 people…One of Canada’s most incredible mysteries. Enter and experience one of Québec City’s most haunted buildings. A 90 minute of ghostly experience.                                                                                 

Visit the Traditional Huron-Wendat Village Onhoüa Chetek8e. This Tradition Huron Wendat Village is situated in a natural environment. The village will allow you to familiarize yourself with the nation’s traditions, past and present. A 1½ hour presentation with a guided tour, legend story, fur story and samples, games. According to ancient beliefs, the people who had knowledge had to transmit it to the younger generations within the Nation. This tradition permitted the legends to survive throughout time. Let the storyteller share with you the legends of the Creation of the World, the Monstrous Bear, the Discovery of Fire and the Gift from the Great Spirit. Visitors enter the heart of Native American roots.

Visit the Musée de la Civilisation. Located near Place-Royale, the Museum offers more than ten theme-oriented exhibitions simultaneously. The Musée de la Civilisation. A popular thematic museum which focuses on participation and interaction is a place of amusement and reflection! Historical, current, unusual, and controversial subjects! More than ten exhibitions at a time and interactive workshops not to be missed! Abenakis, Algonquins, Atikamekw, Crees, Hurons-Wendat, Inuit, Malecites, Micmac, Innu, Mohawks, Naskapis…What do we really know of the history and culture of the 87,000 Aboriginal who live in Québec today? A permanent exhibition at the Musée de la civilization, Encounter with the First Nations proposes a remarkable encounter with the eleven First Nations who inhabit Québec. Eleven Nations, seven themes! From the outset, the exhibition opens up on themes that are at the very foundation of all aspirations of Aboriginal people living in Québec: those related to their identity. Who are they! What does this identity mean to them individually? Most of the 500 objects on display in the exhibition are part of the Musée de la civilization’s collection. Ceremonial costume of Huron Chief Tahourenche, canoes, Atikamekw and Algonquin crafted bark baskets, hunting and fishing implements of various origins, Huron, and Micmac ornamental baskets. A few of the most unusual pieces such as shell-beaded wampums and an Iroquoian vase, a splendid 11 – meter long rabaska (birch bark canoe) built by the late Cesar Newashish of the Atikamekw Nation is also on display. Finally, a great number of Amerindian and Inuit garments are exhibited in the areas dealing with the past and modern Aboriginal identity.

The Laser Game Evolution is a fun and sporty game suitable for children and adults of all ages. Come and try the perfect activity for team building, family outings, birthdays and more! You will develop team and competition bonds in addition to establishing a strategy specific to you and at your own pace. Laser Game Evolution is a laser tag game where participants compete to score maximum points in our dark multi-level mazes. The exclusive 100% laser Game Laser technology allows you to shoot extremely precise shots, to run in the game zones and to play as you want (with one or two hands).


Hotel accommodation choices..........Bonaventure Tours has chosen many different hotels that live up to your expectations. We will give you more details upon contact.

Meals.......2 Full American breakfasts at hotel.

2 Quality meal at a very good restaurant.

  • Sightseeing tour of Ottawa with escort in own motor coach.
  • Sightseeing tour of Governor-General's residence in own motor coach.
  • Visit Canada's Parliament Building with escort. Parliament Hill is more than a workplace for parliamentarians and their staff - it is a national symbol. A visit to Parliament Hill is a must for every Canadian and tourists alike.Visit the centre stage of Canadian democracy! During your 45 minute guided tour, you will see the Senate and House of Commons, the Library of Parliament, the Hall of Honour and the Memorial Chamber.
  • Visit Ottawa's Museum of Science and Technology. Get Your Hands on Learning at the National Museum of Science and Technology, where you can discover the wonders of science!
  • Climb down into an archaeological dig or go to CINÉPLUS, and experience the wonder of IMAX/OMNIMAX films. This unique projection system is the key to the sharpness and clarity of IMAX films which put you in the centre of the action like no other motion picture format can.
  • Visit Ottawa's Museum of History. Come and visit one of the most interactive museums in the world. Experience the art of Canada's Pacific Coast people and step inside reconstructions of their houses.
  • Sailing on the famous Rideau Canal on Paul's Boat Line, a superb view of Ottawa. The Rideau Canal, opened in 1832, winds its way 202 kilometers (125miles) from Ottawa to Kingston through a network of lakes, rivers and artificial channels. The Rideau Canal is one of the most well preserved historic canals in the world.
  • Visit the Supreme Court of Canada. The Supreme Court of Canada building is an imposing setting for Canada's highest court, which hears cases involving all areas of Canadian life. The impressive front doors of the building are flanked by sculptures of Truth and Justice.
  • Visit Ottawa's Museum of Nature. Where do you go to find out about spiders, giant dinosaurs, wolves and glittering minerals? To the Canadian Museum of Nature!
  • Visit Rideau Hall. Also called Government House, this is the official residence of the Governor General, who is the Queen's representative in Canada. It was built in 1838 by Thomas MacKay, an early industrialist.
  • Visit the National Gallery of Canada. Walls of sparkling glass contrast with the warmth of Québec pink granite, the lustre of maple and oak flooring, and the interior court-yard and gardens. Unique to the National Gallery are the skylights which introduce natural light to both the upper and lower levels of these historic galleries.
  • Visit the Canadian War Museum. Canada's history comes alive at the Canadian War Museum, as told through the stories of conflict our nation has faced and the courage it has displayed.
  • Visit and shopping at the famous By Ward Market.
  • Visit Ottawa's Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame. (option)
  • Full coordinator during your stay in Ottawa.
  • Security guard at night from 11:00 p.m. to 6 a.m.


    1. National Aviation Museum. Aviation is a wonderful part of Canadian history ! The National Aviation Museum is home to a unique collection of aircraft illustrating the full sweep of aeronautical history in this country - from the first attemps at flight to the jet age.
    2. Agricultural Museum at the Central Experimental Farm. At the Agricultural Museum you can learn all about farming, with five curriculum based, hands on programs. Guided tours of the barns and the Museum, and horse drawn sleigh or wagon rides.
    3. Royal Canadian Mint. Canada's national mint, on historic Sussex Drive. View over $1 million worth of gold bullion on display! Take a guided tour to learn how coins are produced. A GOLDEN EXPERIENCE FOR ALL!


      • Two teachers per room.
      • Step by step guide to organize the trip with all the necessary documentation.
      • Ratio on 1 teacher per 10 paying participants / students.
      • Teachers travel and participates free in all proposed packaged activities as stated above in program.

Bonaventure Tours will do its utmost to make this, the very best trip that students and teachers ever had. We strive to improve our educational programs and services to you and your students each year.

This is only a proposal for your observation . You may want to add or omit certain activities, price will change according to your requests.


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