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Covered bridge in New England

New England, Canada & Niagara Falls

New England, Canada
& Niagara Falls

14 night fly drive from £2,479 per person
including flights, car rental and accommodation 

Experience the beauty of New England, before crossing into Eastern Canada to visit Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and magical Niagara Falls.

Prices from

Standard from £2,479
Superior from £2,899


Day 1 – Arrive Boston

After a 7.5 hour non-stop flight from the UK we recommend that you do not collect your rental car but rather take one of the metered cabs from the airport to your downtown hotel (Approximately $25 not included in your prepaid holiday cost). We recommend this as you will be tired and will only pay high fees to park the vehicle during your 3 days in the city. Of course, if you do prefer to collect it on arrival or would like us to arrange private transportation for you to your hotel, this can be done for an additional cost.

In a city filled with interesting things to see and do, the Freedom Trail is the highlight of Boston for visitors. The 2.5 mile red brick walking trail leads you to 16 nationally significant historic sites, every one an authentic American treasure. Preserved and dedicated by the citizens of Boston in 1958, when the wrecking ball threatened several important places, the Freedom Trail today is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution.

You can take a self-guided tour or one of the many tours available through the National Park Service. Tours begin every half hour from the park visitor center at 15 State Street opposite the Old State House. If you prefer to ride, you can take a trolley tour, which is an unofficial guided tour, but does include many of the most important sites along the Trail including Old Ironsides, the Paul Revere House and the Old North Church. Plan to stop and eat at Faneuil Hall, once the primary meeting place for America’s revolutionaries It is now a bustling market of restaurants and shops. Overnight Boston.

Hotels:
Standard: Copley Square Hotel
Superior: Westin Copley Place


Day 2 – Boston

If you experienced the Freedom Trail yesterday, today a myriad of possibilities for exploring await. There are always a variety of exhibits at the Boston Museum of Science. Cheers, of the famous television show of the same name, is located on Beacon Hill. The Sam Adams Brewery is a recent addition, founded in 1984. The Boston Museum of Arts, founded in 1876, has an outstanding, world-renowned collection that includes some 450,000 items. The New England Aquarium offers special whale watching trips until October. There’s also the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Newberry Street, with some of the best antiquing in America, and Cambridge, MA, home of Harvard University, right across the river. Overnight Boston.

Hotels:
Standard: Copley Square Hotel
Superior: Westin Copley Place


Day 3 – Boston

Since there is so much to see and do in Boston, you may want to explore the city with a Go Boston Card in hand which provides admission to a whopping 33 attractions in Boston proper and many more in the region. In town the pass includes a Two-Day Beantown Trolley Tour Pass on the big red trolley that takes you all over town with 19 stops near more than 100 sites, Boston Duck Tours, New England Aquarium, Museum of Fine Arts, Liberty Fleet Tall Ships Adventure, Charles River Boat Tours, the Old North Church and more. A 3 day pass also includes admissions to the House of Seven Gables, Salem Witch Museum and the Salem Heritage Walk, all on your way to Maine tomorrow. Overnight Boston

Hotels:
Standard: Copley Square Hotel
Superior: Westin Copley Place


Day 4 – Boston to Jackson
195 miles

This morning, you can choose to either return to the airport to collect your car making your initial driving a little easier or collect it from a convenient downtown location near to your hotel. Airport transfer costs are not included.

Rather than just deadheading up to Jackson, NH from Boston, we suggest a scenic drive on the Essex National Heritage Area Scenic Byway which takes you north through Salem, site of the famous Witch trials in 1694 and then out along the rocky shoreline to see Gloucester & Rockport. Continue on up through Ipswich, and Newburyport. Farther north along larger Lake Winnipesaukee takes you through Moultonborough and on to Tamworth and Jackson. Jackson is one of the most attractive towns in all of New Hampshire. Overnight Jackson.

Hotels:
Standard: Eagle Mountain House
Superior: Christmas Farm Inn (Carriage House Suite)


Day 5 – New Hampshire’s White Mountains

It’s everything you’d expect in quintessential New England. Cold, clear rushing streams reflect the deep lush greens of summer and the blazing colours that set the hillsides on fire in fall. Towering granite cliffs and soaring mountains hug both sides of the road as you make your way along age old winding, scenic routes, the woods that poet Robert Frost called, ‘lovely, dark and deep.’

You can come here to escape all of mankind which most of the residents do. Locals will assure you that you can have a vacation away from the ‘citied’ world in a place that has not changed much in centuries. Many of the charming villages still look as they did when writer Nathaniel Hawthorne and painter Thomas Cole lived here in the 18th century. That’s the way they like it, slow, easy and simple, leaving time to appreciate the astounding scenic beauty all around.

There’s a great scenic loop to be explored today that includes the beautiful Kancamagus Highway, Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the Northeast, and scenic Route 16 which gets progressively more scenic as it heads north. Overnight Jackson.

Hotels:
Standard: Eagle Mountain House
Superior: Christmas Farm Inn (Carriage House Suite)


Day 6 – Jackson to Stowe
125 miles

Today we recommend an early start, so enjoy breakfast and then head for the hills… Mount Washington to be precise. Whilst in this spectacular area you must take time out to visit the grand and glorious ‘Mount Washington Hotel’. Wander through the recently restored public areas in and out where presidents, poets and celebrities have enjoyed over the years.

Then it’s back on the road, off along more beautiful scenic byways as you head to the Vermont Green Mountains. Nearly 70 years after the von Trapp family resettled in Stowe, from Austria, ‘the hills are still alive with the sound of music!’ On your way there, you’ll enjoy the classic New England landscape and architecture – a mountain ridgeline, a winding river, hillside farms, covered bridges, and quaint villages bathed in bright sunshine and set up against mountains as old as time…and, of course, there’s Ben and Jerry’s ice cream factory. Located in the centre of town, the Green Mountain Inn, your lodging for this evening, is the focal point of historic Stowe Village. Overnight Stowe.

Hotels:
Standard: Trapp Family Lodge
Superior: Topnotch Resort


Day 7 – Vermont’s Green Mountains

Today is a chance to kick back and enjoy a full day in Stowe. You’ll soon discover why this is a village that travellers want to return to again and again. Known as a fabulous ski resort, Stowe is much more than that – with its picture postcard New England landscape, the Village of Stowe features many unique shops and a variety of dining venues. Enjoy your day in beautiful Stowe – New England at its finest! Overnight Stowe.

Hotels:
Standard: Trapp Family Lodge
Superior: Topnotch Resort


Day 8 – Stowe to Montreal
130 miles

Today, the drive between Stowe and Montreal is approx. 130 miles, leaving you plenty of time for exploring once you arrive. Leaving Stowe, head south on scenic Vermont State Road 100, then west on I-89 & eventually taking Exit 17 onto The Lake Champlain Scenic Byway which takes you north on a narrow strait of land in the centre of Lake Champlain. The City of Montreal is the undisputed capital of French Canada. The area has been occupied by North American Indian tribes for some 8,000 years before Jacques Cartier became the first European to reach the area in 1535. A mission named Ville Marie was built in 1642 as part of a project to create a French colonial empire in Canada. It became the centre for fur trading and French expansion into then, New France, until 1760 when it was surrendered to the British army. Montreal was finally incorporated as a city in 1832, 300 years after its first exploration. Overnight Montreal.

Hotels:
Standard: Hotel Le Dauphin Montreal Centre-Ville
Superior: Hotel Nelligan


Day 9 – Explore Montreal

You can explore Old Montreal by horse-drawn carriage or bicycle or stroll through the narrow cobblestone streets in the old city. Once a fortified city, the old town is now a safe and vibrant jewel nestled along the St. Lawrence River. On the flip side, even if you’re not the gambling type, the Montreal Casino is a sight to behold; an extravaganza of adult fun and entertainment built inside the pavilions of France for Expo ’67. You can see the best view of Montreal from the summit of Mount Royal. Overnight Montreal.

Hotels:
Standard: Hotel Le Dauphin Montreal Centre-Ville
Superior: Hotel Nelligan


Day 10 – Montreal to Ottawa
125 miles

Again, your drive today is only 125 miles, leaving plenty of time for exploring in Ottawa. Ottawa became the Canadian capital when Queen Victoria settled a dispute between several cities seeking the honour. The city’s ornate ‘high Victorian’ Gothic Revival Parliament buildings that went under construction, and have been rebuilt several times afterward, stand proudly as a tribute to the queen. Thought by many to be one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world, Ottawa undertook a massive clean-up, park building and greenspace program in 1899 that has virtually continued until today. Overnight Ottawa.

Hotels:
Standard: Lord Elgin Hotel
Superior: Fairmont Chateau Laurier


Day 11 – Explore Ottawa

Besides the magnificent buildings on Parliament Hill, attractions in Ottawa include the Canadian Museum of Civilization, which traces Canadian history from the Vikings to the present day and the Rideau Canal, that was the first target of cleanup in 1899 and now is a haven for boaters in the summer and the world’s longest skating rink in winter. The National Gallery of Canada, which is home to the world’s largest collection of Canadian art, as well as excellent collections of European and American works. Try shopping at the Sparks Street Mall and Rideau Center and your luck at the Casino Du Lac-Leamy. Overnight Ottawa.

Hotels:
Standard: Lord Elgin Hotel
Superior: Fairmont Chateau Laurier


Day 12 – Ottawa to Niagara Falls
353 miles

The drive from Ottawa to Niagara Falls is considerable, yet we know you’ll agree that it was worth it once you’ve experienced the thunder and roar of six million cubic feet of water falling over Niagara Falls every minute. The Falls have been thrilling visitors since 1820. Sam Patch, The Yankee Leaper, began the long tradition of daredevils trying to go over the Falls in 1829. Join the millions of travellers who every year are awed by the sights and sounds of magnificent Niagara Falls and don’t miss the illumination at night! To make this stay extra special we suggest a room with the ultimate view and have included a fallsview room in our itinerary. Overnight Niagara Falls.

Hotels:
Standard: Marriott on the Falls (Fallsview Room)
Superior: Marriott on the Falls (Superior Fallsview Room)


Day 13 – Niagara Falls to Toronto
80 miles

Plenty of time to spend at the falls with only a short drive today to Toronto. Visitors have enjoyed the view in the whirlpools beneath the Falls on the Maid of the Mist since 1846 so we would recommend this trip (Not included). When you are done head off to Toronto, your last stop on this fabulous tour. Indigenous peoples had lived in the Toronto region for almost 11,000 years before the first Europeans arrived in the 17th century. In 1787, the whole area was purchased from the Mississaugas Indians. In 1793, Governor John Graves Simcoe named the settlement ‘York’ and moved the provincial capital here from the vulnerable border village of Niagara. That backwoods village grew to become the ‘City of Toronto’ in 1834. After those humble beginnings, Toronto is today the largest city in Canada. It is the hub of the nation’s commercial, financial, industrial, and cultural life, the capital of the Province of Ontario and one of the most liveable and multicultural urban places in the world. Enjoy your visit to this sophisticated and urbane place. Overnight Toronto

Hotels:
Standard: Fairmont Royal York (Fairmont Room)
Superior: Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square


Day 14 – Explore Toronto

Those who enjoy the British Museum may want to visit the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto with more than 40 galleries of art, archaeology and natural science. The museum features one of the finest collections of artefacts from China, a six foot tall totem pole and more. The Eaton Centre is a bright and airy shopping mall in the heart of Toronto’s downtown. At 1,815 feet, the CN Tower is the tallest free standing structure in the world. The glass elevator runs up 1,122 feet to an observation tower. History buffs will love Casa Loma. Built by a wealthy Toronto businessman in the early 1900s. The structure resembles Heart’s Castle in California and proudly overlooks the city. Nature lovers can find peace and quiet on Toronto Island, a short ferry ride away from downtown. The series of small islands is the largest urban car-free community in North America. Overnight Toronto

Hotels:
Standard: Fairmont Royal York (Fairmont Room)
Superior: Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square


Day 15 – Depart Toronto

As your flight does not depart until the evening you have the majority of the day at leisure in Toronto, perhaps some last minute shopping or a stroll along the Lake Ontario waterfront.

When the time comes head to the airport to return your rental car and check-in for your non-stop flight back to the U.K. With a journey time of around 6.5 hours.

Please note that a one-way car rental drop off fee of approx. $225 plus tax is payable locally on this itinerary when you return the vehicle to Toronto Airport.


Your holiday includes

  • Scheduled Flights
  • UK & US Airport taxes
  • Accommodation – 14 nights
  • Compact car rental based on Hertz – 14 day rental.
  • Exclusive travel documentation portfolio including personalised maps, itinerary and driver directions along with all applicable tickets and vouchers.

Travel Insurance

This is essential and not included. Should you need to purchase cover, we offer comprehensive cover at an additional cost. Please contact us for details.

Additional Experiences

Our holidays are completely tailored to suit you. We would be happy to help you choose from a vast array of additional experiences that will enhance your North America holiday adventure.

These might include:

  • City tours
  • Helicopter flights
  • Sporting event tickets
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Rafting
  • Horseback riding
  • Restaurant reservations

There are many more, often quite unique to your chosen destination so please do ask.

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Itinerary Summary

Location Nights
Boston 3
Jackson 2
Stowe 2
Montreal 2
Ottawa 2
Niagara Falls 1
Toronto 2
Prices

Standard from £2,479
Superior from £2,899

Based on low season travel for 2 people

Factors affecting price:
Availability – early booking, best prices
Seasonal variations
Weekend travel/hotel stays
Special events/conferences
Varying available room types

For all of the above reasons, please speak to our experienced team who can offer relevant advice on seasonal variations and create a personalised itinerary and costing for your specific dates.

Offers

Free GPS On Car Rental

Enjoy free GPS on your New England, Canada and Niagara Falls fly drive. Other operators will charge hundreds of dollars for GPS – with Complete North America you pay nothing!

Free Room Upgrade

Free upgrade to park view room at the Lord Elgin in Ottawa where available.

Flight Upgrades

Reduced premium cabin travel available.

Prices from
Premium/World Traveller Plus: £265 each way
Business/Club Class: £1,249 each way

Call us on 01159 610590 for availability and details.

Why Book With C.N.A?

  • No one-way car rental drop off fee.
  • All holidays ATOL protected.
  • Tailored itinerary to suit you.
  • Choice of airlines & departure points.
  • Deals on flight upgrades.
  • Low booking deposit.
  • Detailed & personalised travel pack – your personally prepared ring-bound travel itinerary booklet is prepared individually.

Complete North America documents

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This was to be a once-in-a-lifetime holiday. It was memorable for the range of new experiences, the lovely places we stayed, your kind gift of the Boston excursions card and the matchless hospitality of the Liberty Inn at Yarmouth

Chisholm Party (New England) -

I just wanted to thank you once again for all the planning, booking and organising that you did on our behalf. Each of the hotels were great and the hotel in Niagara had the best view of any hotel I’ve stayed in around the world

Watts Party (New England & Eastern Canada) -

The Autumn colours were magnificent and we really enjoyed seeing the Pumpkin Festival celebrations in New England and then when we crossed the border, the Farmers markets and preparations for Thanksgiving in Canada.

Bartlett Party (New England & Canada) -

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