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					ALETOUR TOUR OPERATOR
( Exclusive Sales Agent )
Introduction
3 The Contiki Way
4 Only Contiki


Your Tours
5 Canada & the Rockies
   (Ends in Vancouver)
8 North by North East
   (Ends in Chicago)
12 Eastern Escapade
   (Ends in New York
   City)
16 Canada & the
   Rockies plus Calgary
   Stampede (Ends in
   Vancouver)
20 Grand Canadian (Ends
   in Vancouver)
25 Grand Northern (Ends
   in Los Angeles)
31 Grand Canadian plus
   Calgary Stampede
   (Ends in Vancouver)


Other Stuff
37 Got a Question
38 Booking Conditions




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Canada & the Rockies (Ends in Vancouver)
  11 days
  Chill out & challenge yourself in Canada's dynamic duo of
  provinces: Alberta & British Columbia. The diverse physical
  beauty from Vancouver to Whistler to Banff features the greatest
  of the great outdoors. Take a hike or ride a bike along the many
  scenic, wildlife-laced trails. Better yet, we'll put you on a gondola,
  horseback, helicopter, or whatever improves your views point for
  the endless, to-die-for photo opportunities.

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                                                                                          Canada, United States




Highlights
Whistler / Drive the scenic Sea to Sky Highway / See Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains / Enjoy the shopping & activities in and around the
quaint village / Hike one of Whistlers' many trails   Kamloops / Scenic drive through the Lillooet Mountain Range / See Seton Lake reservoir
& picturesque Lillooet, Duffey & Kamloops Lakes   Mt. Robson / Scenic drive along the Yellowhead Highway into the Rocky Mountains / View
Mt. Robson, the highest point in the Canadian Rockies (weather permitting)   Jasper / Stay in Jasper National Park / Visit Maligne Canyon, the
deepest & longest limestone canyon in the Rockies / Visit Maligne Lake, the largest in the Canadian Rockies (seasonal) / Only Contiki: Get back to
nature as you picnic in the Rocky Mountains / Walk to Athabasca Falls   Columbia Icefield / Only Contiki: Discover the Athabasca Glacier on the
'Ice Explorer' / See the vivid blue colour of Peyto Lake (seasonal)   Lake Louise / Visit Lake Louise & the enchanting Lake Louise chateau   Banff /
See the majestic Banff Springs Hotel / Only Contiki: Reach new heights on a gondola ride in Banff / See the Saskatchewan River Valley & Weeping
Wall / Visit Banff National Park   Yoho, Glacier & Mt. Revelstoke National Parks / Stop at Roger's Pass on one of the world's great mountain
roads / Drive through Yoho, Glacier & Mt. Revelstoke National Parks / See the incredible Spiral Train Tunnels / See Kicking Horse Valley   Vernon /
Drive through Kelowna, the largest city in the Interior / See Lake Okanagan & its large floating bridge   Vancouver / See Gastown, Chinatown &
Lion's Gate Bridge / Visit the Totem Poles of Canada's First Nations People in Stanley Park  

Itinerary
Day 1 Vancouver to Whistler
Meet up with your fellow travellers, Tour Manager and Driver in gorgeous Vancouver. With beaches, forests and mountains, this town is all about
location and fusing big-city living with an outdoor lifestyle.
You’ll enjoy a first taste of it all with the group when your Tour Manager points out historic Gastown, Vancouver’s founding district, the city’s
own Chinatown – home to the largest minority group in Vancouver and the landmark Lion’s Gate Bridge. In Stanley Park, see the colourful Totem
Poles of Canada’s First Nations People and learn about traditional culture as your Tour Manager tells you the stories behind them.
We’ll then wind our way along the spectacular cliff-top Sea to Sky highway and arrive in Whistler, one of the most popular ski resorts in North
America and home to the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 2 Whistler
Today, you’ve got time to get into some alpine activities and experience Whistlers’ high-energy action. Choose to have a go with the paddle and
get out on the water in a canoe excursion along the River of Golden Dreams or try a zip-line optional, where you’ll glide over surging rivers and
stunning scenery.


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With lots of trails to choose from, Whistler is a hiker’s heaven. For those wanting vistas of the spectacular surrounds but not wanting to work up
a sweat, choose a gondola or chairlift ride to the top for amazing views. Otherwise, kick back and take in the natural surroundings back at the
hotel or walk around the quaint village of Whistler.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 3 Whistler to Kamloops
Leaving the mountains behind, we make our way to the desert and to Canada’s impressive interior. Passing the picture-perfect Seton Lake, we’ll
make a stop in Lillooet, a former gold rush town.
We travel on to our next night stop, Kamloops, sitting at the confluence of 2 rivers. Once a former meeting point for traders, it continues to serve
as a stop over point for travelers and still has touches of the Wild West.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 4 Kamloops to Jasper
Sticking to the famous Yellowhead Highway, we stop off at the highest peak of the Rockies, Mt Robson. Get your blood pumping in a thrilling
white-water rafting optional on the Fraser River. Then pull into small-town Jasper and kick back in the Rockies’ largest national park – our home
for the next two nights.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 5 Jasper
We drive through the wild beauty of Jasper National Park to Maligne Lake, known for its stunning scenery and vivid colors. There’s a chance to
take in the snow capped mountains from the water and visit iconic Spirit Island on an optional cruise.
Later, your Tour Manager will take you for an easy-going hike through the Maligne Canyon, an impressive limestone gorge – the result of years
of raging waters.
Use your free time to make the most of lesser-known Jasper Park. With 1000kms of trails, from hour loops to day hikes, it’s easy to get off the
beaten track and into nature.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 6 Jasper to Banff
Get ready for some sublime scenery as we stick to the Columbia Icefield Parkway, a route that fur traders and native peoples once used during the
19th century. With waterfalls, lakes, meadows, glaciers, towering mountains, and the largest ice-field south of Alaska, this is one fantastic drive.
Jump on board the Ice Explorer, a snow coach on tracks, and roll onto the Athabasca Glacier, where you can get out and explore the icy slopes.
Drink straight from the glacier and taste some of the purest water on earth.
We continue on to famous Lake Louise. Its striking turquoise color and incredible mountain back drop create a breathtaking scene.
Back on the coach, we roll on to legendary Banff, the unofficial capital of the Rockies.
Accommodations: Quad-share Chalet
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 7 Banff
With loads of activities available in Banff, you can choose your own adventure.
There’s the option to get above the Rockies in an unforgettably spectacular helicopter ride or to head up Sulphur mountain by gondola for a slice
of remote high country and the chance to see some summit wildlife.
Other ideas for your day include checking out Banff’s landmark Banff Springs Hotel. With over 800 rooms, this massive Gothic structure is fun to
explore. Otherwise, head downtown for some shopping, where you can pick up cowboy hats, well-known brands and outdoor sporting equipment.
Tonight, give our horseback ride optional a go, where you’ll ride into the back country and enjoy a traditional cook-out dinner under the open sky.
Accommodations: Quad-share Chalet
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 8 Banff to Vernon
Cut across three national parks today and experience what each one has to offer in an incredible drive.
Things get wilder and a whole lot more rugged in Yoho National Park, where the ice blue Kicking Horse River winds through a valley of waterfalls
and meadows. Be impressed by Glacier National Park, home to over 400 glaciers and stop off at Rogers Pass – a place of awesome surroundings.
We’ll also see Mt Revelstoke National Park’s towering peaks and surging river.


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Then it’s a complete change of scene as we travel into British Columbia’s wine country, Okanagan Valley, with its vines and terraced hills, to
Vernon for our overnight stop.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 9 Vernon to Vancouver
Journey through the stunning Okanagan Valley, Canada’s wine country, before returning to laid-back Vancouver, with its friendly locals, sandy
beaches and Pacific rim position.
For a bit of urban culture, head down town and grab a coffee at one of the many cafes. Continue on to the Gastown area for a bit of shopping,
where you can find souvenirs to take back home, including Native American crafts and jewelery.
Tonight, head out on the town with your friends and experience more of Vancouver’s nightlife. Hit the back streets of Gastown or the alleys of
Yale Town for some live music. Otherwise, if you know what you’re after, ask your Tour Manager for tips.
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 10 Vancouver
Feel the young vibe of this city while exploring its hip shops & cafes. Later, enjoy a dinner cruise around the harbor & head out for a night on
the town!
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 11 Depart Vancouver
Your Canadian adventure ends this morning and it’s time to say farewell to your new friends. For those who are keen for some more action, there’s
the option of a trip to Grouse Mountain or Butchart Gardens.
Accommodations:


What's Included                                           Dates & Rates
*   10 nights accommodation: 8 nights in hotels & 2       Departs          Returns         Twin Land Only      Single Land Only
    nights Special Stay experience                        12 May 2013      22 May 2013     €1515.00            €2030.00
                                                          02 Jun 2013      12 Jun 2013     €1515.00            €2030.00
*   10 meals: 5 breakfasts & 5 dinners                    16 Jun 2013      26 Jun 2013     €1515.00            €2030.00
                                                          28 Jul 2013      07 Aug 2013     €1589.00            €2104.00
*   An experienced & professional Tour Manager &          11 Aug 2013      21 Aug 2013     €1589.00            €2104.00
    Driver team                                           18 Aug 2013      28 Aug 2013     €1589.00            €2104.00
                                                          25 Aug 2013      04 Sep 2013     €1589.00            €2104.00
*   Modern, air-conditioned coach with powerpoints        08 Sep 2013      18 Sep 2013     €1589.00            €2104.00
    for charging                                          22 Sep 2013      02 Oct 2013     €1589.00            €2104.00
                                                          29 Sep 2013      09 Oct 2013     €1589.00            €2104.00
*   Sightseeing tours of all major cities
*   Local taxes & service charges




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North by North East (Ends in Chicago)
  13 days
  Take in the fast paced life of New York and Boston, experience
  the charm, culture and sophistication of Quebec, Montreal and
  Toronto, get exhilarated by watching the Niagara Falls until you
  finally head back to the US where you'll see why 'Cleveland Rocks'
  is this cities unique motto and hold on to your hats as we enter
  the 'Windy City' of Chicago. While you're on this side of town, join
  us on the Eastern Discovery for a full ride along the east coast.
  Or if you want to see even more of the US, we'll see you on the
  Grand Southern.                                                                               You will visit
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Highlights
Providence / Visit Providence, the capital of Rhode Island   Boston / See Harvard University, Boston Common, Quincy Marketplace, Faneuil Hall
& the original 'Cheers' Bar / Walk the historic Freedom Trail / Only Contiki: Feel the student spirit on a 'Hahvahd' (Harvard) tour   Maine / Scenic
drive through Maine & across the US/Canadian border   Quebec City / Cross the border into Canada & enjoy the scenic drive through Quebec /
Only Contiki: Stroll Quebec on a walking tour / Visit the only walled city in North America   Montreal / Visit Old town Montreal, the old port &
Mount Royal, Montreal’s largest park / See the unique Olympic Stadium / See St. Joseph’s Oratory   Toronto / Travel along the St. Lawrence River
Valley & see the Thousand Islands / See CN Tower, Rogers Centre, eclectic shops on Yonge Street & the University of Toronto   Niagara Falls /
Only Contiki: Feel the spray on the Maid of the Mist / See Niagara Falls   Cleveland / Only Contiki: Visit the legendary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame  
Chicago / See Soldier Field home to "The Bears" American Football / See U.S. cellular Field home to the Chicago White Sox baseball club / See the
Hancock Building, Willis Tower & the Magnificent Mile / See Lake Michigan, Buckingham Fountain, the Navy Pier & Chicago River / Only Contiki:
Ciao Bella! Go local at a pizza dinner in Chicago  

Itinerary
Day 1 New York to Boston
Meet up with your Contiki crew and Tour Manager in New York City, before we hit the road and drop by Providence, Rhode Island's capital city.
Next up is Boston. Home to the Red Sox (the famous baseball team), many creative thinkers and historic rebels, this thriving university town is
soaked in history and packed with things to do.
Your Tour Manager will introduce the group to Boston’s core spots. You’ll see Boston Common – the city’s oldest park – and the historic Quincy
Market & Faneuil Hall, which served as a meeting place for those wanting independence from England and for slavery to end.
Get to know your crew and Tour Manager over dinner tonight, before exploring more of the city in a fun night out. With everything from indie
bands to nightclubs, there’s something for everyone.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 2 Boston
With a full day here, you’ll get a feel for this user-friendly city, which is easy to explore on foot.
In your free time, walk through a living time line and follow Boston’s famous Freedom Trail, which takes you past 2 and a half centuries of history.
Learn about Boston’s rebellious role on its road to independence as you explore the cobbled lanes and historic hot spots.

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Discover more of Boston. Pound the pavements or choose our optional Hop-on-Hop-off trolley tour and cover more of the city. You’ll get the
background on Boston’s famous Tea Party, when Boston citizens threw tons of tea into the harbor in protest against the British Crown.
Head back to Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market for a bit of souvenir shopping and a dose of history. Dubbed the “Cradle of Liberty” this famous brick
building has played a key role in the city for over 250 years. Check out the stalls loaded with New England’s crafts, pick up some Boston-made
items and order some local food at a push cart eatery or restaurant.
For a bit of the local lifestyle, take in the waterfront by following the Haborwalk. Made up of 62.8 km (39miles) of paths weaving through diverse
neighborhoods, it is a great way to experience Boston’s maritime flavor and see its working ports in action.
Get into the city’s café culture on Italian flavored Hanover Street in Boston’s oldest residential district. Sip on a cappuccino as you take in the
city’s iconic brick architecture.
If you just want to relax, kick back with the locals and people-watch in one of the nine parks that make up the city’s “Emerald Necklace”. You could
return to Boston Common, where public hangings took place in the old days, – now it’s a great place to hang out.
Finish the day at one of the city’s excellent local restaurants. Make sure you get some tips from your Tour Manager on where to go and order
some of Boston’s famous lobsters, clams or oysters.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 3 Boston to Quebec City
Wind down on the coach, plug in your MP3 and watch the wilderness of Maine unfold from your window. Keep an eye open for it fresh-water lakes,
beautiful scenery and wildlife like moose, beavers, foxes and birds. Maybe even practice your French phrases as we cross the border into Canada.
We continue on to North America’s French flavored core, Quebec, and experience a slice of old Europe. Founded in the 17th century, this is the only
city in Canada or the USA that has its original city walls, making it the only walled-city in North America.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 4 Quebec City
Step back in time in Quebec’s old-town as your Local Guide opens up the UNESCO World Heritage listed center. As you walk through this open-
air museum, complete with cobbled streets and 17th century stone houses you’ll learn about its history.
With free time, discover more of the fortified city. Check out the Citadel, ancient point of defense, complete with a traditional changing of the
guard. Otherwise, follow the city walls and uncover little boutiques and galleries tucked away within the time-worn streets.
With its European heritage, Quebec has a buzzing café culture that fills its historic center. For lunch, grab a table in a Parisian style bistro and try
some of the local specialties like tourtière québecois (meat pie) or duckling with maple syrup. Kick back and listen to the locals speaking French.
For views over the St. Lawrence River, walk along Dufferin Terrace, Quebec City’s most famous boardwalk.
If you’re keen for a slice of Canada’s diverse history, get the low-down on the people of French-Canada at the Musée de la civilisation (Museum of
Civilization) See how the building cleverly blends both new design and old buildings. Otherwise, don’t forget to visit the iconic Chateau Frontenac
in the heart of the old town.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 5 Quebec City to Montreal
Continue on to the island city of Montreal. A happening hub and home to the famous Montreal Jazz festival, this hot, creative city mixes up a
North American feel with French influence. It also has amazing food and is thriving with festivities.
Get familiar with the city when we arrive. Catch some of Montreal’s relaxed vibes down at the Old Port and get the background on its maritime
history as the group drives around the quays. The well-preserved riverside old-town was a key player in early Montreal’s development.
Then, we’ll take a drive up Mt Royal, which serves up sweeping views over the city. Check out this enormous park that was designed by the same
person who landscaped New York’s famous Central Park.
Your Tour Manager will show you some of Montreal’s signature sites. See the copper dome of St Joseph’s oratory, the biggest monument built to
honor Canada’s patron saint. You’ll get a look at Montreal’s most famous architectural curiosity: the 1976 Olympic stadium, complete with the
world’s tallest inclined tower.
For some action, hit the rapids of the St Lawrence River in an adrenaline-pumping optional jet-boat ride, and experience another side of Montreal.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 6 Montreal
With a free day ahead of you, explore Montreal’s creative core and joie de vivre (joy of living).
See some of the city’s innovations, like the world-famous Biodome, where you can walk through different eco-systems, from ocean fronts to
woodlands, and get up close to all sorts of wildlife.
Montreal is a great place to shop. On St Laurent Boulevard (it’s affectionately dubbed “The Main”) look through cutting-edge boutiques, jewelery
stores and artists’ workshops. Otherwise just hang out in an outdoor café among the throngs of people and get a real feel for Montreal’s street life.

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For a different shopping experience, head underground to Montreal’s famous underground-city. With 19 miles of shops and restaurants right
under the heart of the city, it’s got it all.
Lunchtime: go local and head to Jean-Talon Market, with its bustling stalls and friendly atmosphere. Try some tasty baked goods, fresh produce
or delicious snacks, like calamari and chips. Then kick back with some of the best coffee in town from near-by Little Italy.
Tonight, explore Montreal’s amazing nightlife with some friends. There’s so much to choose from – jazz bars in the down town area, the student
vibes of the Latin Quarter, the clubs of Rue St. Catherine or the festive outdoor atmosphere and cozy lounge bars back up the hill on Mt Royal,
where Rue St. Denis is a happening night spot.
Afterward, round off your night with a Montreal favorite: poutine (French fries with gravy and cheese curd).
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 7 Montreal to Toronto
As we stick to the St Lawrence River Valley, you’ll see the local fresh water wonder: the 1000 islands of different sizes that are scattered across
Lake Ontario and the river.
Later, pull into Toronto, Canada’s economic powerhouse, cosmopolitan capital and English speaking heart.
Kick start your time here with a few of Toronto’s key spots on a tour around the city. Your Tour Manager will fill you in on the iconic CN Tower, North
America’s tallest free standing structure at 553 meters. See buzzing Yonge Street, with its designer labels, funky boutiques and diverse stores.
Enjoy a look into student life as you check out the University of Toronto, complete with Gothic buildings and ivy covered stone walls.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 8 Toronto
Toronto is loaded with things to do, so some ideas for your free time include getting away from it all by jumping on a local ferry and heading out
to one of Toronto’s leafy islands. With no cars, cute cottages and windswept nature, these are the perfect places to chill out.
Or, for something different, visit the fantastic Bata Shoe Museum and see its quirky, impressive collection of footwear.
If something sporty is more your thing, head to the Hockey Hall of Fame and honor Canada’s national sport.
Otherwise, explore Toronto’s melting pot, experience different pockets of culture and taste food from all over the world.
Start by having a bit of fun in colorful and chaotic Chinatown.
It’s packed with little shops selling anything from knick knacks to lanterns, and its streets are full of stalls dishing up all sorts of tasty Asian dishes.
Check out the bustling vibe of near-by Kensington Market, a vibrant, multi-cultural neighborhood that is fascinating to walk around. Popular
with locals, Kensington Market serves up bakeries, tapas (Spanish style nibbles), international grocery stores, Mexican and Jewish food, vintage
stores and one-of-a kind boutiques. Round off your experience with some espresso and pastries in Little Italy.
Get your heart racing in an optional excursion up CN tower, where you can walk the glass floor and enjoy the widest-reaching vistas in Toronto.
Enjoy an insider’s look at Toronto’s night life on an optional guided party pub crawl around the city’s hot spots tonight and finish your time off
in this city with a night to remember.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 9 Toronto and Niagara Falls
Head to the surging waters of world-famous Niagara Falls, right on the border of the USA and Canada. Jump on board the Maid of the Mist and
cruise along the river to the base of the world’s second largest falls for a closer look. You’ll see the incredible volume of water pouring over the
cliff and feel the sheer power of the spray. But don’t worry – there is an included rain poncho!
Choose to get a bird’s-eye-view of it all on an optional helicopter ride and check out the falls from both sides of the border. Follow the river’s path
and see the tons of water that make up the falls– it’ll make your jaw drop.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 10 Toronto to Cleveland
We leave Canada behind and continue on to Cleveland, home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Once an industrial working man’s town, Cleveland
has undergone a musical makeover and a cultural re-awakening.
We visit Cleveland’s claim to fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, where you can get up close to rock memorabilia like Janis Joplin’s Porsche,
Jimi Hendrix’s hand-written lyrics and Ray Charles’ sunglasses. Learn about the history of rock and roll, listen to rare recordings and watch some
fascinating films.
If you’re keen to get out and about tonight, head to the transformed industrial area, where old buildings and warehouses contain shops, galleries,
cafes and a buzzing nightlife.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day



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Day 11 Cleveland to Chicago
Today we depart Cleveland and head through America's Midwest towards Chicago. On our way, we’ll turn back the clock with a visit to Amish
Country.
Next stop: the Great Lakes and Chicago, the USA’s windy second city. Fusing the cutting-edge and the traditional, Chicago serves up innovative
architecture, all-American sports, as well as an arts scene that pushes the boundaries yet keeps to its roots.
Get to know the city as your Tour Manager shows the group around Chicago’s sporting shrines; Soldier Field, home to the Chicago Bears American
football team, and the U.S. Cellular Field, home to the legendary Chicago White Sox. The 110 story Wills Tower and other skyscrapers will make
you understand why this town has the highest skyline in the USA, before we cruise down the Magnificent Mile, a shopper’s paradise.
This is the hometown of blues great, Muddy Waters. Tonight, maybe head to a back room blues club, for some authentic music, rough and raw.
Chicago has some of the best nightlife in the States, so choose from the masses of jazz bars, dance performances, theaters and nightclubs.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 12 Chicago
This morning, we head to Navy Pier, a central hub of activity on the waterfront. Besides great views and a prime location, Navy Pier has fun rides,
restaurants and shops selling trinkets. From here, it’s easy to get out and explore more of Chicago.
Use your free time and jump on two wheels to get a wide-ranging overview of the city’s core sights with a Local Guide in a fun optional activity. Or,
there’s a chance to learn about the famous architects who helped design the world’s tallest skyline on an architectural cruise. With unrestrained
views from the river, you’ll get a good look at the towering buildings.
For a dose of some of Chicago’s ground-breaking culture, visit a world-class museum, like the Art Institute of Chicago. For a bit of sporting action,
check out if the White Sox or Cubs are playing, and spend an afternoon at the stadium watching a game.
If you’re hungry, make sure you order a deep dish pizza, Chicago’s iconic dish, at an Italian restaurant. Otherwise try a hot-dog, Chicago style,
from a street vendor.
Other ideas for your free time include a visit to Lincoln Park, a favourite local hang out. With its beaches, sculptures, a free zoo and big green
spaces it’s a great place to relax among the locals.
Shopping-wise, a return to the Magnificent Mile is totally recommended. It’s packed with 8 blocks worth of stores and boutiques – in other words
over 460 stores to rummage through.
Tonight is your last night on tour, so make it one to remember with the group. Get some pointers from your Tour Manager and explore Chicago
in a fun night out.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 13 Depart Chicago
The tour ends this morning and it’s time to say farewell to your new friends.
Accommodations:
Meals: Breakfast (1) day


What's Included                                             Dates & Rates
*   12 nights twin-share hotel accommodation                Departs          Returns          Twin Land Only       Single Land Only
                                                            03 May 2013      15 May 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
*   15 meals: 9 breakfasts & 6 dinners                      24 May 2013      05 Jun 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
                                                            07 Jun 2013      19 Jun 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
*   An experienced & professional Tour Manager &            28 Jun 2013      10 Jul 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
    Driver team                                             05 Jul 2013      17 Jul 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
                                                            19 Jul 2013      31 Jul 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
*   Modern, air-conditioned coach with powerpoints          02 Aug 2013      14 Aug 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
    for charging                                            09 Aug 2013      21 Aug 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00

*   Sightseeing tours of all major cities
                                                            16 Aug 2013      28 Aug 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
                                                            30 Aug 2013      11 Sep 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
*   Local taxes & service charges                           13 Sep 2013      25 Sep 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
                                                            20 Sep 2013      02 Oct 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00
                                                            04 Oct 2013      16 Oct 2013      €1595.00             €2324.00




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Eastern Escapade (Ends in New York City)
  13 days
  Get a taste of the USA & Canada on this 13 day North Eastern
  loop – it’s a perfect mix of culture, action & adventure. Start in
  NYC & head South West as we make our way through Philly to
  Washington D.C for a taste of life in the capital. As we head into
  Canada, get ready for a cultural & natural feast! From the beauty
  of Niagara Falls through to the party vibes of Toronto, there’s
  loads to experience here. Indulge in the French feel of Montreal
  before you head Stateside, finishing up back in the bright lights
  of the Big Apple.                                                                          You will visit
                                                                                             Canada, United States




Highlights
Philadelphia / Only Contiki: Re-live the historical past on a guided walking tour of Philly   Lancaster County / Visit Amish country  
Washington DC / Evening Illuminations Tour / See the White House, Capitol Building, Library of Congress & Washington Monument / See the
Lincoln, Jefferson, Vietnam, FDR & Korean Memorials / Visit John F. Kennedy's Grave & the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National
Cemetery; See the Changing of the Guard / Visit the Smithsonian Museums of Natural History, Air & Space and American History / Visit the
Holocaust Museum   Gettysburg / Only Contiki: Visit Gettysburg National Military Park   Pittsburgh / See the Ship District, Heinz Field &
PNC Park   Niagara Falls / Maid of the Mist boat cruise to the base of the Falls / Only Contiki: Feel the spray on the Maid of the Mist / Evening
Illuminations of Niagara Falls / Tour a winery / Only Contiki: Sample some of Niagara's best with a wine tasting   Toronto / See CN Tower,
Rogers Centre, eclectic shops on Yonge Street & the University of Toronto / Travel along the St. Lawrence River Valley & see the Thousand Islands
  Ottawa / See the Rideau Canal   Montreal / Visit the Parliament building / Visit Old town Montreal, the old port & Mount Royal, Montreal’s
largest park / See St. Joseph’s Oratory / See the unique Olympic Stadium   Waterbury / Only Contiki: Visit the Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream factory  
Concord / Stop in historic Concord   Boston / See Harvard University, Boston Common, Quincy Marketplace, Faneuil Hall & the original 'Cheers'
Bar / Walk the historic Freedom Trail / Only Contiki: Feel the student spirit on a 'Hahvahd' (Harvard) tour   Providence / Visit Providence, the
capital of Rhode Island  

Itinerary
Day 1 New York City to Philadelphia
Meet up with your Contiki Crew, say so long to the Big Apple & hello to the historic, hip & art filled city, Philadelphia.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 2 Philadelphia to Washington D.C.
On your way to the nation’s capital, we’ll turn back the clock with a visit to Amish Country. Tonight we’ll see the sites on an illumination tour
of the city’s famous monuments.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day




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Day 3 Washington D.C.
With two full days to explore the capital, you can visit some fascinating museums and monuments, or hang out in the city’s vibrant neighborhoods
for a different feel.
We’ll visit Arlington National Cemetery, where JFK is buried and thousands of US soldiers lie. You’ll see the sobering sight of endless rows of white
headstones and have the chance to watch the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
There’s a chance to cover a lot of ground and get familiar with D.C. by renting a bike. Get some pointers from your Tour Manager on where to
go next.
Get a dose of culture at the Smithsonian Museums. This is a one-stop culture spot, made up of 19 different museums. It has it all – from natural
history to space, so the choice is yours, and best of all, it’s free!
You can also visit the world-class Holocaust Museum and learn about one of history’s darkest moments as you honor the victims.
For something fun and intriguing, head to the Spy Museum. Find out about infamous FBI cases and what it means to be a secret agent, while you
listen to bugs and play around with gadgets and interactive displays.
Later, hit Georgetown, D.C.’s oldest district and see how it has injected itself with new energy. 200 year-old buildings hold hip galleries and
boutiques – it’s a great place to pick up something funky. It’s also a global kitchen - try something from the 50 different types of ethnic food on
offer. With a university crowd, Georgetown is vibrant and young, so spend some time exploring the laid-back lounges and upscale bars.
For something more upbeat, get down and funky in Adams-Morgan, another trendy district.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 4 Washington D.C. to Pittsburgh
Visit the Civil War site of Gettysburg, where President Lincoln gave the famous Gettysburg Address. Then it’s onward to Steel City, Pittsburgh.
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 5 Pittsburgh to Niagara Falls
Say farewell USA as we cross into Canada for a day exploring Niagara Falls.
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 6 Niagara Falls to Toronto
Soak in the vineyards vibes & orchards of Niagara on the Lake. Tour a winery & sample some regional drops before arriving in Toronto.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 7 Toronto
Toronto is loaded with things to do, so some ideas for your free time include getting away from it all by jumping on a local ferry and heading out
to one of Toronto’s leafy islands. With no cars, cute cottages and windswept nature, these are the perfect places to chill out.
Or, for something different, visit the fantastic Bata Shoe Museum and see its quirky, impressive collection of footwear.
If something sporty is more your thing, head to the Hockey Hall of Fame and honor Canada’s national sport.
Otherwise, explore Toronto’s melting pot, experience different pockets of culture and taste food from all over the world.
Start by having a bit of fun in colorful and chaotic Chinatown.
It’s packed with little shops selling anything from knick knacks to lanterns, and its streets are full of stalls dishing up all sorts of tasty Asian dishes.
Check out the bustling vibe of near-by Kensington Market, a vibrant, multi-cultural neighborhood that is fascinating to walk around. Popular
with locals, Kensington Market serves up bakeries, tapas (Spanish style nibbles), international grocery stores, Mexican and Jewish food, vintage
stores and one-of-a kind boutiques. Round off your experience with some espresso and pastries in Little Italy.
Get your heart racing in an optional excursion up CN tower, where you can walk the glass floor and enjoy the widest-reaching vistas in Toronto.
Enjoy an insider’s look at Toronto’s night life on an optional guided party pub crawl around the city’s hot spots tonight and finish your time off
in this city with a night to remember.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 8 Toronto to Ottawa
Enjoy nature’s beauty as you drive through the stunning ‘1000 Islands’ region en route to the Canadian capital, Ottawa.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 9 Ottawa to Montreal
Today it’s on the fun French feel of Montreal. This city combines its French heritage with a diverse global population, resulting in a cool
cosmopolitan vibe.
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Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 10 Montreal
With a free day ahead of you, explore Montreal’s creative core and joie de vivre (joy of living).
See some of the city’s innovations, like the world-famous Biodome, where you can walk through different eco-systems, from ocean fronts to
woodlands, and get up close to all sorts of wildlife.
Montreal is a great place to shop. On St Laurent Boulevard (it’s affectionately dubbed “The Main”) look through cutting-edge boutiques, jewelery
stores and artists’ workshops. Otherwise just hang out in an outdoor café among the throngs of people and get a real feel for Montreal’s street life.
For a different shopping experience, head underground to Montreal’s famous underground-city. With 19 miles of shops and restaurants right
under the heart of the city, it’s got it all.
Lunchtime: go local and head to Jean-Talon Market, with its bustling stalls and friendly atmosphere. Try some tasty baked goods, fresh produce
or delicious snacks, like calamari and chips. Then kick back with some of the best coffee in town from near-by Little Italy.
Tonight, explore Montreal’s amazing nightlife with some friends. There’s so much to choose from – jazz bars in the down town area, the student
vibes of the Latin Quarter, the clubs of Rue St. Catherine or the festive outdoor atmosphere and cozy lounge bars back up the hill on Mt Royal,
where Rue St. Denis is a happening night spot.
Afterward, round off your night with a Montreal favorite: poutine (French fries with gravy and cheese curd).
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 11 Montreal to Boston
Today it’s on to historic New England with a tasty stop at the home of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream!
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 12 Boston
With a full day here, you’ll get a feel for this user-friendly city, which is easy to explore on foot.
In your free time, walk through a living time line and follow Boston’s famous Freedom Trail, which takes you past 2 and a half centuries of history.
Learn about Boston’s rebellious role on its road to independence as you explore the cobbled lanes and historic hot spots.
Discover more of Boston. Pound the pavements or choose our optional Hop-on-Hop-off trolley tour and cover more of the city. You’ll get the
background on Boston’s famous Tea Party, when Boston citizens threw tons of tea into the harbor in protest against the British Crown.
Head back to Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market for a bit of souvenir shopping and a dose of history. Dubbed the “Cradle of Liberty” this famous brick
building has played a key role in the city for over 250 years. Check out the stalls loaded with New England’s crafts, pick up some Boston-made
items and order some local food at a push cart eatery or restaurant.
For a bit of the local lifestyle, take in the waterfront by following the Haborwalk. Made up of 62.8 km (39miles) of paths weaving through diverse
neighborhoods, it is a great way to experience Boston’s maritime flavor and see its working ports in action.
Get into the city’s café culture on Italian flavored Hanover Street in Boston’s oldest residential district. Sip on a cappuccino as you take in the
city’s iconic brick architecture.
If you just want to relax, kick back with the locals and people-watch in one of the nine parks that make up the city’s “Emerald Necklace”. You could
return to Boston Common, where public hangings took place in the old days, – now it’s a great place to hang out.
Finish the day at one of the city’s excellent local restaurants. Make sure you get some tips from your Tour Manager on where to go and order
some of Boston’s famous lobsters, clams or oysters.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 13 Boston to New York City
See the capital of Rhode Island, Providence before heading back to the bright lights of NYC where the tour ends & it’s time to say good-bye to
your new friends.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day


What's Included                                                Dates & Rates
*   12 nights twin-share hotel accommodation                   Departs           Returns          Twin Land Only   Single Land Only
                                                               24 May 2013       05 Jun 2013      €1695.00         €2414.00
*   13 meals: 7 breakfasts & 6 dinners                         07 Jun 2013       19 Jun 2013      €1695.00         €2414.00
                                                               28 Jun 2013       10 Jul 2013      €1695.00         €2414.00
*   An experienced & professional Tour Manager &               05 Jul 2013       17 Jul 2013      €1695.00         €2414.00
    Driver team                                                19 Jul 2013       31 Jul 2013      €1695.00         €2414.00
                                                               02 Aug 2013       14 Aug 2013      €1695.00         €2414.00
                                                               30 Aug 2013       11 Sep 2013      €1695.00         €2414.00

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*   Modern, air-conditioned coach with powerpoints   Departs        Returns       Twin Land Only    Single Land Only
    for charging                                     13 Sep 2013    25 Sep 2013   €1695.00          €2414.00

*   Sightseeing tours of all major cities
*   Local taxes & service charges




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Canada & the Rockies plus Calgary
Stampede (Ends in Vancouver)
  13 days
  Experience the Canadian Rockies, have some fun, chill out &
  challenge yourself in Canada's dynamic duo of provinces: Alberta
  & British Columbia. Their diverse physical beauty - from Whistler
  to Banff to Vancouver & everywhere between - feature the
  greatest of the great outdoors. Take a hike or ride a bike along
  the many scenic, wildlife-laced trails. Better yet, we'll put you
  on a gondola, horseback or helicopter for the endless to-die-for
  photo opportunities. You'll also get a taste of the world famous
  rodeo, the Calgary Stampede.                                                            You will visit
                                                                                          Canada, United States




Highlights
Whistler / Drive the scenic Sea to Sky Highway / See Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains / Enjoy the shopping & activities in and around the
quaint village / Hike one of Whistlers' many trails   Kamloops / Scenic drive through the Lillooet Mountain Range / See Seton Lake reservoir
& picturesque Lillooet, Duffey & Kamloops Lakes   Mt. Robson / Scenic drive along the Yellowhead Highway into the Rocky Mountains / View
Mt. Robson, the highest point in the Canadian Rockies (weather permitting)   Jasper / Stay in Jasper National Park / Visit Maligne Canyon, the
deepest & longest limestone canyon in the Rockies / Visit Maligne Lake, the largest in the Canadian Rockies (seasonal) / Only Contiki: Get back to
nature as you picnic in the Rocky Mountains / Walk to Athabasca Falls   Columbia Icefield / Only Contiki: Discover the Athabasca Glacier on the
'Ice Explorer' / See the vivid blue colour of Peyto Lake (seasonal)   Lake Louise / Visit Lake Louise & the enchanting Lake Louise chateau   Banff /
See the majestic Banff Springs Hotel / Only Contiki: Reach new heights on a gondola ride in Banff / See the Saskatchewan River Valley & Weeping
Wall / Visit Banff National Park   Yoho, Glacier & Mt. Revelstoke National Parks / Stop at Roger's Pass on one of the world's great mountain
roads / Drive through Yoho, Glacier & Mt. Revelstoke National Parks / See the incredible Spiral Train Tunnels / See Kicking Horse Valley   Vernon /
Drive through Kelowna, the largest city in the Interior / See Lake Okanagan & its large floating bridge   Vancouver / See Gastown, Chinatown &
Lion's Gate Bridge / Visit the Totem Poles of Canada's First Nations People in Stanley Park  

Itinerary
Day 1 Vancouver to Whistler
Meet up with your fellow travellers, Tour Manager and Driver in gorgeous Vancouver. With beaches, forests and mountains, this town is all about
location and fusing big-city living with an outdoor lifestyle.
You’ll enjoy a first taste of it all with the group when your Tour Manager points out historic Gastown, Vancouver’s founding district, the city’s
own Chinatown – home to the largest minority group in Vancouver and the landmark Lion’s Gate Bridge. In Stanley Park, see the colourful Totem
Poles of Canada’s First Nations People and learn about traditional culture as your Tour Manager tells you the stories behind them.
We’ll then wind our way along the spectacular cliff-top Sea to Sky highway and arrive in Whistler, one of the most popular ski resorts in North
America and home to the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day


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Day 2 Whistler
Today, you’ve got time to get into some alpine activities and experience Whistlers’ high-energy action. Choose to have a go with the paddle and
get out on the water in a canoe excursion along the River of Golden Dreams or try a zip-line optional, where you’ll glide over surging rivers and
stunning scenery.
With lots of trails to choose from, Whistler is a hiker’s heaven. For those wanting vistas of the spectacular surrounds but not wanting to work up
a sweat, choose a gondola or chairlift ride to the top for amazing views. Otherwise, kick back and take in the natural surroundings back at the
hotel or walk around the quaint village of Whistler.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 3 Whistler to Kamloops
Leaving the mountains behind, we make our way to the desert and to Canada’s impressive interior. Passing the picture-perfect Seton Lake, we’ll
make a stop in Lillooet, a former gold rush town.
We travel on to our next night stop, Kamloops, sitting at the confluence of 2 rivers. Once a former meeting point for traders, it continues to serve
as a stop over point for travelers and still has touches of the Wild West.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 4 Kamloops to Jasper
Sticking to the famous Yellowhead Highway, we stop off at the highest peak of the Rockies, Mt Robson. Get your blood pumping in a thrilling
white-water rafting optional on the Fraser River. Then pull into small-town Jasper and kick back in the Rockies’ largest national park – our home
for the next two nights.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 5 Jasper
We drive through the wild beauty of Jasper National Park to Maligne Lake, known for its stunning scenery and vivid colors. There’s a chance to
take in the snow capped mountains from the water and visit iconic Spirit Island on an optional cruise.
Later, your Tour Manager will take you for an easy-going hike through the Maligne Canyon, an impressive limestone gorge – the result of years
of raging waters.
Use your free time to make the most of lesser-known Jasper Park. With 1000kms of trails, from hour loops to day hikes, it’s easy to get off the
beaten track and into nature.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 6 Jasper to Banff
Get ready for some sublime scenery as we stick to the Columbia Icefield Parkway, a route that fur traders and native peoples once used during the
19th century. With waterfalls, lakes, meadows, glaciers, towering mountains, and the largest ice-field south of Alaska, this is one fantastic drive.
Jump on board the Ice Explorer, a snow coach on tracks, and roll onto the Athabasca Glacier, where you can get out and explore the icy slopes.
Drink straight from the glacier and taste some of the purest water on earth.
We continue on to famous Lake Louise. Its striking turquoise color and incredible mountain back drop create a breathtaking scene.
Back on the coach, we roll on to legendary Banff, the unofficial capital of the Rockies.
Accommodations: Quad-share Chalet
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 7 Banff
With loads of activities available in Banff, you can choose your own adventure.
There’s the option to get above the Rockies in an unforgettably spectacular helicopter ride or to head up Sulphur mountain by gondola for a slice
of remote high country and the chance to see some summit wildlife.
Other ideas for your day include checking out Banff’s landmark Banff Springs Hotel. With over 800 rooms, this massive Gothic structure is fun to
explore. Otherwise, head downtown for some shopping, where you can pick up cowboy hats, well-known brands and outdoor sporting equipment.
Tonight, give our horseback ride optional a go, where you’ll ride into the back country and enjoy a traditional cook-out dinner under the open sky.
Accommodations: Quad-share Chalet
Meals: Breakfast (1) day




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Day 8 Banff to Calgary
We travel to the slick city of Calgary, home to what’s known as the greatest show on earth: the Stampede. It’s all about Alberta’s pioneer past and
ranching tradition at this massive cowboy carnival.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 9 Calgary for Stampede
With a day at Stampede Park, you’ll experience one of the world’s biggest rodeos and get a look into cattle country lifestyle.
Choose our optional trip to this mind-blowing festival and get ready for a whole lot of action. From bull-riding to calf-roping, steer-wrestling to
cow-tackling, our amazing seats have you up close to these electrifying events at the Rodeo. You’ll also get to see the adrenaline-pumping chuck-
wagon races.
Make the most of your time here and discover Canada’s country core. With square dancing, mock gun fights, country bands, bars, restaurants
and livestock, there is loads to see. Maybe pick up some cowboy threads or boots at one of the many stalls, or head to the Teepee village, where
the five nations peoples are represented and learn about indigenous peoples’ traditions.
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 10 Calgary to Vernon
This morning we say goodbye the wild west and the Rockies before cutting across three national parks in a spectacular drive.
Things get wilder and a whole lot more rugged in Yoho National Park, where the ice blue Kicking Horse River winds through a valley of waterfalls
and meadows. Be impressed by Glacier National Park, home to over 400 glaciers and stop off at Rogers Pass – a place of awesome surroundings.
We’ll also see Mt Revelstoke National Park’s towering peaks and surging river.
Then it’s a complete change of scene as we travel into British Columbia’s wine country, Okanagan Valley, with its vines and terraced hills, to
Vernon for our overnight stop.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 11 Vernon to Vancouver
Journey through the stunning Okanagan Valley, Canada’s wine country, before returning to laid-back Vancouver, with its friendly locals, sandy
beaches and Pacific rim position.
For a bit of urban culture, head down town and grab a coffee at one of the many cafes. Continue on to the Gastown area for a bit of shopping,
where you can find souvenirs to take back home, including Native American crafts and jewelery.
Tonight, head out on the town with your friends and experience more of Vancouver’s nightlife. Hit the back streets of Gastown or the alleys of
Yale Town for some live music. Otherwise, if you know what you’re after, ask your Tour Manager for tips.
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 12 Vancouver
Feel the young vibe of this city while exploring its hip shops & cafes. Later, enjoy a dinner cruise around the harbor & head out for a night on
the town!
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 13 Depart Vancouver
Your Canadian adventure ends this morning and it’s time to say farewell to your new friends. For those who are keen for some more action, there’s
the option of a trip to Grouse Mountain or Butchart Gardens.
Accommodations:


What's Included                                            Dates & Rates
*   12 nights accommodation: 10 nights in hotels & 2       Departs          Returns          Twin Land Only      Single Land Only
    nights Special Stay experience                         07 Jul 2013      19 Jul 2013      €1839.00            €2538.00

*   10 meals: 5 breakfasts & 5 dinners
*   An experienced & professional Tour Manager &
    Driver team
*   Modern, air-conditioned coach with powerpoints
    for charging


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*   Sightseeing tours of all major cities
*   Local taxes & service charges




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Grand Canadian (Ends in Vancouver)
  20 days
  Go all out on this Canadian adventure. From big city buzz to the
  great outdoors, it’s all here. Start off by exploring the northern
  US cities, Boston & New York, before diving deep into the beauty
  & charm of Canada. Cross the border into quaint Quebec before
  spending a few nights in Montreal & Toronto. After all the city
  action, fly west for a dose of coastal charm & natural wonders,
  including glaciers, the Rockies & Vancouver's cool big city vibe.
  This is one awesome trip!
                                                                                         You will visit
                                                                                         Canada, United States




Highlights
Providence / Visit Providence, the capital of Rhode Island   Boston / See Harvard University, Boston Common, Quincy Marketplace, Faneuil
Hall & the original 'Cheers' Bar / Walk the historic Freedom Trail / Only Contiki: Feel the student spirit on a 'Hahvahd' (Harvard) tour   Maine /
Scenic drive through Maine & across the US/Canadian border   Quebec City / Cross the border into Canada & enjoy the scenic drive through
Quebec / Only Contiki: Stroll Quebec on a walking tour / Visit the only walled city in North America   Montreal / Visit Old town Montreal, the
old port & Mount Royal, Montreal’s largest park / See the unique Olympic Stadium / See St. Joseph’s Oratory   Toronto / Travel along the St.
Lawrence River Valley & see the Thousand Islands / See CN Tower, Rogers Centre, eclectic shops on Yonge Street & the University of Toronto  
Niagara Falls / Only Contiki: Feel the spray on the Maid of the Mist / See Niagara Falls   Whistler / See Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains / Enjoy
the shopping & activities in and around the quaint village / Hike one of Whistlers' many trails   Vancouver / Visit the Totem Poles of Canada's
First Nations People in Stanley Park / See Gastown, Chinatown & Lion's Gate Bridge   Kamloops / Scenic drive through the Lillooet Mountain
Range / See Seton Lake reservoir & picturesque Lillooet, Duffey & Kamloops Lakes   Mt. Robson / Scenic drive along the Yellowhead Highway
into the Rocky Mountains / View Mt. Robson, the highest point in the Canadian Rockies (weather permitting)   Jasper / Stay in Jasper National
Park / Visit Maligne Canyon, the deepest & longest limestone canyon in the Rockies / Visit Maligne Lake, the largest in the Canadian Rockies
(seasonal) / Only Contiki: Get back to nature as you picnic in the Rocky Mountains / Walk to Athabasca Falls   Columbia Icefield / Only Contiki:
Discover the Athabasca Glacier on the 'Ice Explorer' / See the vivid blue colour of Peyto Lake (seasonal)   Lake Louise / Visit Lake Louise & the
enchanting Lake Louise chateau   Banff / See the majestic Banff Springs Hotel / Only Contiki: Reach new heights on a gondola ride in Banff / See
the Saskatchewan River Valley & Weeping Wall / Visit Banff National Park   Yoho, Glacier & Mt. Revelstoke National Parks / Stop at Roger's
Pass on one of the world's great mountain roads / Drive through Yoho, Glacier & Mt. Revelstoke National Parks / See the incredible Spiral Train
Tunnels / See Kicking Horse Valley   Vernon / Drive through Kelowna, the largest city in the Interior / See Lake Okanagan & its large floating
bridge  

Itinerary
Day 1 New York to Boston
Meet up with your Contiki crew and Tour Manager in New York City, before we hit the road and drop by Providence, Rhode Island's capital city.
Next up is Boston. Home to the Red Sox (the famous baseball team), many creative thinkers and historic rebels, this thriving university town is
soaked in history and packed with things to do.
Your Tour Manager will introduce the group to Boston’s core spots. You’ll see Boston Common – the city’s oldest park – and the historic Quincy
Market & Faneuil Hall, which served as a meeting place for those wanting independence from England and for slavery to end.
Get to know your crew and Tour Manager over dinner tonight, before exploring more of the city in a fun night out. With everything from indie
bands to nightclubs, there’s something for everyone.

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Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 2 Boston
With a full day here, you’ll get a feel for this user-friendly city, which is easy to explore on foot.
In your free time, walk through a living time line and follow Boston’s famous Freedom Trail, which takes you past 2 and a half centuries of history.
Learn about Boston’s rebellious role on its road to independence as you explore the cobbled lanes and historic hot spots.
Discover more of Boston. Pound the pavements or choose our optional Hop-on-Hop-off trolley tour and cover more of the city. You’ll get the
background on Boston’s famous Tea Party, when Boston citizens threw tons of tea into the harbor in protest against the British Crown.
Head back to Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market for a bit of souvenir shopping and a dose of history. Dubbed the “Cradle of Liberty” this famous brick
building has played a key role in the city for over 250 years. Check out the stalls loaded with New England’s crafts, pick up some Boston-made
items and order some local food at a push cart eatery or restaurant.
For a bit of the local lifestyle, take in the waterfront by following the Haborwalk. Made up of 62.8 km (39miles) of paths weaving through diverse
neighborhoods, it is a great way to experience Boston’s maritime flavor and see its working ports in action.
Get into the city’s café culture on Italian flavored Hanover Street in Boston’s oldest residential district. Sip on a cappuccino as you take in the
city’s iconic brick architecture.
If you just want to relax, kick back with the locals and people-watch in one of the nine parks that make up the city’s “Emerald Necklace”. You could
return to Boston Common, where public hangings took place in the old days, – now it’s a great place to hang out.
Finish the day at one of the city’s excellent local restaurants. Make sure you get some tips from your Tour Manager on where to go and order
some of Boston’s famous lobsters, clams or oysters.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 3 Boston to Quebec City
Wind down on the coach, plug in your MP3 and watch the wilderness of Maine unfold from your window. Keep an eye open for it fresh-water lakes,
beautiful scenery and wildlife like moose, beavers, foxes and birds. Maybe even practice your French phrases as we cross the border into Canada.
We continue on to North America’s French flavored core, Quebec, and experience a slice of old Europe. Founded in the 17th century, this is the only
city in Canada or the USA that has its original city walls, making it the only walled-city in North America.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 4 Quebec City
Step back in time in Quebec’s old-town as your Local Guide opens up the UNESCO World Heritage listed center. As you walk through this open-
air museum, complete with cobbled streets and 17th century stone houses you’ll learn about its history.
With free time, discover more of the fortified city. Check out the Citadel, ancient point of defense, complete with a traditional changing of the
guard. Otherwise, follow the city walls and uncover little boutiques and galleries tucked away within the time-worn streets.
With its European heritage, Quebec has a buzzing café culture that fills its historic center. For lunch, grab a table in a Parisian style bistro and try
some of the local specialties like tourtière québecois (meat pie) or duckling with maple syrup. Kick back and listen to the locals speaking French.
For views over the St. Lawrence River, walk along Dufferin Terrace, Quebec City’s most famous boardwalk.
If you’re keen for a slice of Canada’s diverse history, get the low-down on the people of French-Canada at the Musée de la civilisation (Museum of
Civilization) See how the building cleverly blends both new design and old buildings. Otherwise, don’t forget to visit the iconic Chateau Frontenac
in the heart of the old town.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 5 Quebec City to Montreal
Continue on to the island city of Montreal. A happening hub and home to the famous Montreal Jazz festival, this hot, creative city mixes up a
North American feel with French influence. It also has amazing food and is thriving with festivities.
Get familiar with the city when we arrive. Catch some of Montreal’s relaxed vibes down at the Old Port and get the background on its maritime
history as the group drives around the quays. The well-preserved riverside old-town was a key player in early Montreal’s development.
Then, we’ll take a drive up Mt Royal, which serves up sweeping views over the city. Check out this enormous park that was designed by the same
person who landscaped New York’s famous Central Park.
Your Tour Manager will show you some of Montreal’s signature sites. See the copper dome of St Joseph’s oratory, the biggest monument built to
honor Canada’s patron saint. You’ll get a look at Montreal’s most famous architectural curiosity: the 1976 Olympic stadium, complete with the
world’s tallest inclined tower.
For some action, hit the rapids of the St Lawrence River in an adrenaline-pumping optional jet-boat ride, and experience another side of Montreal.
Accommodations: Hotel


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Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 6 Montreal
With a free day ahead of you, explore Montreal’s creative core and joie de vivre (joy of living).
See some of the city’s innovations, like the world-famous Biodome, where you can walk through different eco-systems, from ocean fronts to
woodlands, and get up close to all sorts of wildlife.
Montreal is a great place to shop. On St Laurent Boulevard (it’s affectionately dubbed “The Main”) look through cutting-edge boutiques, jewelery
stores and artists’ workshops. Otherwise just hang out in an outdoor café among the throngs of people and get a real feel for Montreal’s street life.
For a different shopping experience, head underground to Montreal’s famous underground-city. With 19 miles of shops and restaurants right
under the heart of the city, it’s got it all.
Lunchtime: go local and head to Jean-Talon Market, with its bustling stalls and friendly atmosphere. Try some tasty baked goods, fresh produce
or delicious snacks, like calamari and chips. Then kick back with some of the best coffee in town from near-by Little Italy.
Tonight, explore Montreal’s amazing nightlife with some friends. There’s so much to choose from – jazz bars in the down town area, the student
vibes of the Latin Quarter, the clubs of Rue St. Catherine or the festive outdoor atmosphere and cozy lounge bars back up the hill on Mt Royal,
where Rue St. Denis is a happening night spot.
Afterward, round off your night with a Montreal favorite: poutine (French fries with gravy and cheese curd).
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 7 Montreal to Toronto
As we stick to the St Lawrence River Valley, you’ll see the local fresh water wonder: the 1000 islands of different sizes that are scattered across
Lake Ontario and the river.
Later, pull into Toronto, Canada’s economic powerhouse, cosmopolitan capital and English speaking heart.
Kick start your time here with a few of Toronto’s key spots on a tour around the city. Your Tour Manager will fill you in on the iconic CN Tower, North
America’s tallest free standing structure at 553 meters. See buzzing Yonge Street, with its designer labels, funky boutiques and diverse stores.
Enjoy a look into student life as you check out the University of Toronto, complete with Gothic buildings and ivy covered stone walls.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 8 Toronto
Toronto is loaded with things to do, so some ideas for your free time include getting away from it all by jumping on a local ferry and heading out
to one of Toronto’s leafy islands. With no cars, cute cottages and windswept nature, these are the perfect places to chill out.
Or, for something different, visit the fantastic Bata Shoe Museum and see its quirky, impressive collection of footwear.
If something sporty is more your thing, head to the Hockey Hall of Fame and honor Canada’s national sport.
Otherwise, explore Toronto’s melting pot, experience different pockets of culture and taste food from all over the world.
Start by having a bit of fun in colorful and chaotic Chinatown.
It’s packed with little shops selling anything from knick knacks to lanterns, and its streets are full of stalls dishing up all sorts of tasty Asian dishes.
Check out the bustling vibe of near-by Kensington Market, a vibrant, multi-cultural neighborhood that is fascinating to walk around. Popular
with locals, Kensington Market serves up bakeries, tapas (Spanish style nibbles), international grocery stores, Mexican and Jewish food, vintage
stores and one-of-a kind boutiques. Round off your experience with some espresso and pastries in Little Italy.
Get your heart racing in an optional excursion up CN tower, where you can walk the glass floor and enjoy the widest-reaching vistas in Toronto.
Enjoy an insider’s look at Toronto’s night life on an optional guided party pub crawl around the city’s hot spots tonight and finish your time off
in this city with a night to remember.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 9 Toronto and Niagara Falls
Head to the surging waters of world-famous Niagara Falls, right on the border of the USA and Canada. Jump on board the Maid of the Mist and
cruise along the river to the base of the world’s second largest falls for a closer look. You’ll see the incredible volume of water pouring over the
cliff and feel the sheer power of the spray. But don’t worry – there is an included rain poncho!
Choose to get a bird’s-eye-view of it all on an optional helicopter ride and check out the falls from both sides of the border. Follow the river’s path
and see the tons of water that make up the falls– it’ll make your jaw drop.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 10 Toronto to Whistler via Vancouver
Today we’ll fly across to Vancouver to meet up with your new crew on the other side of Canada.
With beaches, forests and mountains, Vancouver is all about location and fusing big-city living with an outdoor lifestyle.

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You’ll enjoy a first taste of it all with the group when your Tour Manager points out historic Gastown, Vancouver’s founding district, the city’s
own Chinatown – home to the largest minority group in Vancouver and the landmark Lion’s Gate Bridge. In Stanley Park, see the colorful Totem
Poles of Canada’s First Nations People and learn about traditional culture as your Tour Manager tells you the stories behind them.
We’ll then wind our way along the spectacular cliff-top Sea to Sky highway and arrive in Whistler, one of the most popular ski resorts in North
America and home to the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 11 Whistler
Today, you’ve got time to get into some alpine activities and experience Whistlers’ high-energy action. Choose to have a go with the paddle and
get out on the water in a canoe excursion along the River of Golden Dreams or try a zip-line optional, where you’ll glide over surging rivers and
stunning scenery.
With lots of trails to choose from, Whistler is a hiker’s heaven. For those wanting vistas of the spectacular surrounds but not wanting to work up
a sweat, choose a gondola or chairlift ride to the top for amazing views. Otherwise, kick back and take in the natural surroundings back at the
hotel or walk around the quaint village of Whistler.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 12 Whistler to Kamloops
Leaving the mountains behind, we make our way to the desert and to Canada’s impressive interior. Passing the picture-perfect Seton Lake, we’ll
make a stop in Lillooet, a former gold rush town.
We travel on to our next night stop, Kamloops, sitting at the confluence of 2 rivers. Once a former meeting point for traders, it continues to serve
as a stop over point for travelers and still has touches of the Wild West.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 13 Kamloops to Jasper
Sticking to the famous Yellowhead Highway, we stop off at the highest peak of the Rockies, Mt Robson. Get your blood pumping in a thrilling
white-water rafting optional on the Fraser River. Then pull into small-town Jasper and kick back in the Rockies’ largest national park – our home
for the next two nights.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 14 Jasper
We drive through the wild beauty of Jasper National Park to Maligne Lake, known for its stunning scenery and vivid colors. There’s a chance to
take in the snow capped mountains from the water and visit iconic Spirit Island on an optional cruise.
Later, your Tour Manager will take you for an easy-going hike through the Maligne Canyon, an impressive limestone gorge – the result of years
of raging waters.
Use your free time to make the most of lesser-known Jasper Park. With 1000kms of trails, from hour loops to day hikes, it’s easy to get off the
beaten track and into nature.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 15 Jasper to Banff
Get ready for some sublime scenery as we stick to the Columbia Icefield Parkway, a route that fur traders and native peoples once used during the
19th century. With waterfalls, lakes, meadows, glaciers, towering mountains, and the largest ice-field south of Alaska, this is one fantastic drive.
Jump on board the Ice Explorer, a snow coach on tracks, and roll onto the Athabasca Glacier, where you can get out and explore the icy slopes.
Drink straight from the glacier and taste some of the purest water on earth.
We continue on to famous Lake Louise. Its striking turquoise color and incredible mountain back drop create a breathtaking scene.
Back on the coach, we roll on to legendary Banff, the unofficial capital of the Rockies.
Accommodations: Quad-share Chalet
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 16 Banff
With loads of activities available in Banff, you can choose your own adventure.
There’s the option to get above the Rockies in an unforgettably spectacular helicopter ride or to head up Sulphur mountain by gondola for a slice
of remote high country and the chance to see some summit wildlife.


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Other ideas for your day include checking out Banff’s landmark Banff Springs Hotel. With over 800 rooms, this massive Gothic structure is fun to
explore. Otherwise, head downtown for some shopping, where you can pick up cowboy hats, well-known brands and outdoor sporting equipment.
Tonight, give our horseback ride optional a go, where you’ll ride into the back country and enjoy a traditional cook-out dinner under the open sky.
Accommodations: Quad-share Chalet
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 17 Banff to Vernon
Cut across three national parks today and experience what each one has to offer in an incredible drive.
Things get wilder and a whole lot more rugged in Yoho National Park, where the ice blue Kicking Horse River winds through a valley of waterfalls
and meadows. Be impressed by Glacier National Park, home to over 400 glaciers and stop off at Rogers Pass – a place of awesome surroundings.
We’ll also see Mt Revelstoke National Park’s towering peaks and surging river.
Then it’s a complete change of scene as we travel into British Columbia’s wine country, Okanagan Valley, with its vines and terraced hills, to
Vernon for our overnight stop.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 18 Vernon to Vancouver
Journey through the stunning Okanagan Valley, Canada’s wine country, before returning to laid-back Vancouver, with its friendly locals, sandy
beaches and Pacific rim position.
For a bit of urban culture, head down town and grab a coffee at one of the many cafes. Continue on to the Gastown area for a bit of shopping,
where you can find souvenirs to take back home, including Native American crafts and jewelery.
Tonight, head out on the town with your friends and experience more of Vancouver’s nightlife. Hit the back streets of Gastown or the alleys of
Yale Town for some live music. Otherwise, if you know what you’re after, ask your Tour Manager for tips.
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 19 Vancouver
Feel the young vibe of this city while exploring its hip shops & cafes. Later, enjoy a dinner cruise around the harbor & head out for a night on
the town!
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 20 Depart Vancouver
Your Canadian adventure ends this morning and it’s time to say farewell to your new friends. For those who are keen for some more action, there’s
the option of a trip to Grouse Mountain or Butchart Gardens.
Accommodations:


What's Included                                            Dates & Rates
*   19 nights accommodation: 7 nights in hotels & 2        Departs          Returns         Twin Land Only       Single Land Only
    nights Special Stay experience                         03 May 2013      22 May 2013     €2865.00             €3910.00
                                                           24 May 2013      12 Jun 2013     €2865.00             €3910.00
*   19 meals: 10 breakfasts & 9 dinners                    07 Jun 2013      26 Jun 2013     €2865.00             €3910.00
                                                           19 Jul 2013      07 Aug 2013     €2985.00             €4030.00
*   An experienced & professional Tour Manager &           02 Aug 2013      21 Aug 2013     €2985.00             €4030.00
    Driver team                                            09 Aug 2013      28 Aug 2013     €2985.00             €4030.00
                                                           16 Aug 2013      04 Sep 2013     €2985.00             €4030.00
*   Modern, air-conditioned coach with powerpoints         30 Aug 2013      18 Sep 2013     €2985.00             €4030.00
    for charging                                           13 Sep 2013      02 Oct 2013     €2985.00             €4030.00
                                                           20 Sep 2013      09 Oct 2013     €2985.00             €4030.00
*   Flight & transfers from Toronto to Vancouver
*   Sightseeing tours of all major cities
*   Local taxes & service charges




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Grand Northern (Ends in Los Angeles)
  26 days
  Travelling across 20 states & 2 Canadian provinces, you’ll really
  get to know America's North in just 26 days. Start in the Big
  Apple & jump north for a taste of the beauty & serenity of
  Canada. Head through America’s Great Lakes area, including
  Chicago, en route to Mt Rushmore & the American West. Drop
  south through national parks & see the Grand Canyon before
  hitting the high rollers scene in Vegas. From the spray of Niagara
  Falls to a hot air balloon over the mountains & valleys of Utah,
  this trip is guaranteed to thrill!                                                      You will visit
                                                                                          Canada, United States




Highlights
Providence / Visit Providence, the capital of Rhode Island   Boston / See Harvard University, Boston Common, Quincy Marketplace, Faneuil Hall
& the original 'Cheers' Bar / Walk the historic Freedom Trail / Only Contiki: Feel the student spirit on a 'Hahvahd' (Harvard) tour   Maine / Scenic
drive through Maine & across the US/Canadian border   Quebec City / Cross the border into Canada & enjoy the scenic drive through Quebec
/ Only Contiki: Stroll Quebec on a walking tour / Visit the only walled city in North America   Montreal / Visit Old town Montreal, the old port
& Mount Royal, Montreal’s largest park / See the unique Olympic Stadium / See St. Joseph’s Oratory   Toronto / Travel along the St. Lawrence
River Valley & see the Thousand Islands / See CN Tower, Rogers Centre, eclectic shops on Yonge Street & the University of Toronto   Niagara
Falls / Only Contiki: Feel the spray on the Maid of the Mist / See Niagara Falls   Cleveland / Only Contiki: Visit the legendary Rock & Roll Hall of
Fame   Chicago / See Soldier Field home to "The Bears" American Football / See U.S. cellular Field home to the Chicago White Sox baseball club
/ See the Hancock Building, Willis Tower & the Magnificent Mile / See Lake Michigan, Buckingham Fountain, the Navy Pier & Chicago River /
Only Contiki: Ciao Bella! Go local at a pizza dinner in Chicago   Madison / Drive through the American Midwests' beautiful farmlands / Enjoy an
evening in Madison, home to the University of Wisconsin   Milwaukee / Visit Miller Brewing Company, home to the nation's largest beer brewer
  Sioux Falls / Visit Falls Park and the waterfall that gave the town its name   Badlands National Park / See the fascinating lunar landscape
with its colourful buttes, pinnacles & spires / Walk the Fossil Trail   Black Hills / Only Contiki: Visit Mt. Rushmore National Memorial & the Crazy
Horse Memorial   Cody / See the scenery made famous by the movie, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"   Yellowstone National Park / See
the famous 'Old Faithful' geyser / Catch a glimpse of buffalo, elk and possibly bears / See Yellowstones' stunning lake & some of its almost 300
waterfalls   Salt Lake City / Visit Temple Square / See the impressive six-spire Temple & Mormon Tabernacle   Bryce Canyon National Park /
Hike one of the trails into the canyon & enjoy the dazzling colours / See the bizarre shaped canyons & spires called "hoodoos"   Grand Canyon
/ Watch a spectacular sunset & capture incredible photos with a visit to a panoramic viewpoint / Visit a panoramic viewpoint for photos / Hike
along the Canyon's South Rim / Visit Grand Canyon National Park   Zion National Park / See the gigantic red & white stone formations of West
Temple & Watchman / See the soaring cliffs, sculptured canyons, and dramatic landscapes   Las Vegas / Evening tour of the famous Vegas 'Strip'
/ Visit Fremont Street & see the light-and-laser show / Experience some of the world's largest hotels & casinos / Only Contiki: Live it up Vegas-
style with a limo ride & champagne / Non-stop nightlife   Mojave Desert / See the famous Joshua Trees  

Itinerary
Day 1 New York to Boston
Meet up with your Contiki crew and Tour Manager in New York City, before we hit the road and drop by Providence, Rhode Island's capital city.
Next up is Boston. Home to the Red Sox (the famous baseball team), many creative thinkers and historic rebels, this thriving university town is
soaked in history and packed with things to do.
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Your Tour Manager will introduce the group to Boston’s core spots. You’ll see Boston Common – the city’s oldest park – and the historic Quincy
Market & Faneuil Hall, which served as a meeting place for those wanting independence from England and for slavery to end.
Get to know your crew and Tour Manager over dinner tonight, before exploring more of the city in a fun night out. With everything from indie
bands to nightclubs, there’s something for everyone.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 2 Boston
With a full day here, you’ll get a feel for this user-friendly city, which is easy to explore on foot.
In your free time, walk through a living time line and follow Boston’s famous Freedom Trail, which takes you past 2 and a half centuries of history.
Learn about Boston’s rebellious role on its road to independence as you explore the cobbled lanes and historic hot spots.
Discover more of Boston. Pound the pavements or choose our optional Hop-on-Hop-off trolley tour and cover more of the city. You’ll get the
background on Boston’s famous Tea Party, when Boston citizens threw tons of tea into the harbor in protest against the British Crown.
Head back to Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market for a bit of souvenir shopping and a dose of history. Dubbed the “Cradle of Liberty” this famous brick
building has played a key role in the city for over 250 years. Check out the stalls loaded with New England’s crafts, pick up some Boston-made
items and order some local food at a push cart eatery or restaurant.
For a bit of the local lifestyle, take in the waterfront by following the Haborwalk. Made up of 62.8 km (39miles) of paths weaving through diverse
neighborhoods, it is a great way to experience Boston’s maritime flavor and see its working ports in action.
Get into the city’s café culture on Italian flavored Hanover Street in Boston’s oldest residential district. Sip on a cappuccino as you take in the
city’s iconic brick architecture.
If you just want to relax, kick back with the locals and people-watch in one of the nine parks that make up the city’s “Emerald Necklace”. You could
return to Boston Common, where public hangings took place in the old days, – now it’s a great place to hang out.
Finish the day at one of the city’s excellent local restaurants. Make sure you get some tips from your Tour Manager on where to go and order
some of Boston’s famous lobsters, clams or oysters.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 3 Boston to Quebec City
Wind down on the coach, plug in your MP3 and watch the wilderness of Maine unfold from your window. Keep an eye open for it fresh-water lakes,
beautiful scenery and wildlife like moose, beavers, foxes and birds. Maybe even practice your French phrases as we cross the border into Canada.
We continue on to North America’s French flavored core, Quebec, and experience a slice of old Europe. Founded in the 17th century, this is the only
city in Canada or the USA that has its original city walls, making it the only walled-city in North America.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 4 Quebec City
Step back in time in Quebec’s old-town as your Local Guide opens up the UNESCO World Heritage listed center. As you walk through this open-
air museum, complete with cobbled streets and 17th century stone houses you’ll learn about its history.
With free time, discover more of the fortified city. Check out the Citadel, ancient point of defense, complete with a traditional changing of the
guard. Otherwise, follow the city walls and uncover little boutiques and galleries tucked away within the time-worn streets.
With its European heritage, Quebec has a buzzing café culture that fills its historic center. For lunch, grab a table in a Parisian style bistro and try
some of the local specialties like tourtière québecois (meat pie) or duckling with maple syrup. Kick back and listen to the locals speaking French.
For views over the St. Lawrence River, walk along Dufferin Terrace, Quebec City’s most famous boardwalk.
If you’re keen for a slice of Canada’s diverse history, get the low-down on the people of French-Canada at the Musée de la civilisation (Museum of
Civilization) See how the building cleverly blends both new design and old buildings. Otherwise, don’t forget to visit the iconic Chateau Frontenac
in the heart of the old town.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 5 Quebec City to Montreal
Continue on to the island city of Montreal. A happening hub and home to the famous Montreal Jazz festival, this hot, creative city mixes up a
North American feel with French influence. It also has amazing food and is thriving with festivities.
Get familiar with the city when we arrive. Catch some of Montreal’s relaxed vibes down at the Old Port and get the background on its maritime
history as the group drives around the quays. The well-preserved riverside old-town was a key player in early Montreal’s development.
Then, we’ll take a drive up Mt Royal, which serves up sweeping views over the city. Check out this enormous park that was designed by the same
person who landscaped New York’s famous Central Park.




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Your Tour Manager will show you some of Montreal’s signature sites. See the copper dome of St Joseph’s oratory, the biggest monument built to
honor Canada’s patron saint. You’ll get a look at Montreal’s most famous architectural curiosity: the 1976 Olympic stadium, complete with the
world’s tallest inclined tower.
For some action, hit the rapids of the St Lawrence River in an adrenaline-pumping optional jet-boat ride, and experience another side of Montreal.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 6 Montreal
With a free day ahead of you, explore Montreal’s creative core and joie de vivre (joy of living).
See some of the city’s innovations, like the world-famous Biodome, where you can walk through different eco-systems, from ocean fronts to
woodlands, and get up close to all sorts of wildlife.
Montreal is a great place to shop. On St Laurent Boulevard (it’s affectionately dubbed “The Main”) look through cutting-edge boutiques, jewelery
stores and artists’ workshops. Otherwise just hang out in an outdoor café among the throngs of people and get a real feel for Montreal’s street life.
For a different shopping experience, head underground to Montreal’s famous underground-city. With 19 miles of shops and restaurants right
under the heart of the city, it’s got it all.
Lunchtime: go local and head to Jean-Talon Market, with its bustling stalls and friendly atmosphere. Try some tasty baked goods, fresh produce
or delicious snacks, like calamari and chips. Then kick back with some of the best coffee in town from near-by Little Italy.
Tonight, explore Montreal’s amazing nightlife with some friends. There’s so much to choose from – jazz bars in the down town area, the student
vibes of the Latin Quarter, the clubs of Rue St. Catherine or the festive outdoor atmosphere and cozy lounge bars back up the hill on Mt Royal,
where Rue St. Denis is a happening night spot.
Afterward, round off your night with a Montreal favorite: poutine (French fries with gravy and cheese curd).
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 7 Montreal to Toronto
As we stick to the St Lawrence River Valley, you’ll see the local fresh water wonder: the 1000 islands of different sizes that are scattered across
Lake Ontario and the river.
Later, pull into Toronto, Canada’s economic powerhouse, cosmopolitan capital and English speaking heart.
Kick start your time here with a few of Toronto’s key spots on a tour around the city. Your Tour Manager will fill you in on the iconic CN Tower, North
America’s tallest free standing structure at 553 meters. See buzzing Yonge Street, with its designer labels, funky boutiques and diverse stores.
Enjoy a look into student life as you check out the University of Toronto, complete with Gothic buildings and ivy covered stone walls.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 8 Toronto
Toronto is loaded with things to do, so some ideas for your free time include getting away from it all by jumping on a local ferry and heading out
to one of Toronto’s leafy islands. With no cars, cute cottages and windswept nature, these are the perfect places to chill out.
Or, for something different, visit the fantastic Bata Shoe Museum and see its quirky, impressive collection of footwear.
If something sporty is more your thing, head to the Hockey Hall of Fame and honor Canada’s national sport.
Otherwise, explore Toronto’s melting pot, experience different pockets of culture and taste food from all over the world.
Start by having a bit of fun in colorful and chaotic Chinatown.
It’s packed with little shops selling anything from knick knacks to lanterns, and its streets are full of stalls dishing up all sorts of tasty Asian dishes.
Check out the bustling vibe of near-by Kensington Market, a vibrant, multi-cultural neighborhood that is fascinating to walk around. Popular
with locals, Kensington Market serves up bakeries, tapas (Spanish style nibbles), international grocery stores, Mexican and Jewish food, vintage
stores and one-of-a kind boutiques. Round off your experience with some espresso and pastries in Little Italy.
Get your heart racing in an optional excursion up CN tower, where you can walk the glass floor and enjoy the widest-reaching vistas in Toronto.
Enjoy an insider’s look at Toronto’s night life on an optional guided party pub crawl around the city’s hot spots tonight and finish your time off
in this city with a night to remember.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 9 Toronto and Niagara Falls
Head to the surging waters of world-famous Niagara Falls, right on the border of the USA and Canada. Jump on board the Maid of the Mist and
cruise along the river to the base of the world’s second largest falls for a closer look. You’ll see the incredible volume of water pouring over the
cliff and feel the sheer power of the spray. But don’t worry – there is an included rain poncho!
Choose to get a bird’s-eye-view of it all on an optional helicopter ride and check out the falls from both sides of the border. Follow the river’s path
and see the tons of water that make up the falls– it’ll make your jaw drop.
Accommodations: Hotel

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Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 10 Toronto to Cleveland
We leave Canada behind and continue on to Cleveland, home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Once an industrial working man’s town, Cleveland
has undergone a musical makeover and a cultural re-awakening.
We visit Cleveland’s claim to fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, where you can get up close to rock memorabilia like Janis Joplin’s Porsche,
Jimi Hendrix’s hand-written lyrics and Ray Charles’ sunglasses. Learn about the history of rock and roll, listen to rare recordings and watch some
fascinating films.
If you’re keen to get out and about tonight, head to the transformed industrial area, where old buildings and warehouses contain shops, galleries,
cafes and a buzzing nightlife.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 11 Cleveland to Chicago
Today we depart Cleveland and head through America's Midwest towards Chicago. On our way, we’ll turn back the clock with a visit to Amish
Country.
Next stop: the Great Lakes and Chicago, the USA’s windy second city. Fusing the cutting-edge and the traditional, Chicago serves up innovative
architecture, all-American sports, as well as an arts scene that pushes the boundaries yet keeps to its roots.
Get to know the city as your Tour Manager shows the group around Chicago’s sporting shrines; Soldier Field, home to the Chicago Bears American
football team, and the U.S. Cellular Field, home to the legendary Chicago White Sox. The 110 story Wills Tower and other skyscrapers will make
you understand why this town has the highest skyline in the USA, before we cruise down the Magnificent Mile, a shopper’s paradise.
This is the hometown of blues great, Muddy Waters. Tonight, maybe head to a back room blues club, for some authentic music, rough and raw.
Chicago has some of the best nightlife in the States, so choose from the masses of jazz bars, dance performances, theaters and nightclubs.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 12 Chicago
This morning, we head to Navy Pier, a central hub of activity on the waterfront. Besides great views and a prime location, Navy Pier has fun rides,
restaurants and shops selling trinkets. From here, it’s easy to get out and explore more of Chicago.
Use your free time and jump on two wheels to get a wide-ranging overview of the city’s core sights with a Local Guide in a fun optional activity. Or,
there’s a chance to learn about the famous architects who helped design the world’s tallest skyline on an architectural cruise. With unrestrained
views from the river, you’ll get a good look at the towering buildings.
For a dose of some of Chicago’s ground-breaking culture, visit a world-class museum, like the Art Institute of Chicago. For a bit of sporting action,
check out if the White Sox or Cubs are playing, and spend an afternoon at the stadium watching a game.
If you’re hungry, make sure you order a deep dish pizza, Chicago’s iconic dish, at an Italian restaurant. Otherwise try a hot-dog, Chicago style,
from a street vendor.
Other ideas for your free time include a visit to Lincoln Park, a favorite local hang out. With its beaches, sculptures, a free zoo and big green spaces
it’s a great place to relax among the locals.
Shopping-wise, a return to the Magnificent Mile is totally recommended. It’s packed with 8 blocks worth of stores and boutiques – in other words
over 460 stores to rummage through.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 13 Chicago to Madison
We continue on into the USA’s heartland and across the plains of Wisconsin.
Next stop: Milwaukee. It’s home to the nation’s largest beer brewers and to Harley-Davidson. Learn about the city’s famous brew in a behind the
scenes look with our Local Guide at the Miller Brewery.
Later, we pull into Madison, a friendly college town. If you’re up for a night out, grab a few buddies and hang out among the lively student
population on State Street, where there’s a choice of taverns, local specialty breweries, comedy clubs and bars.(B,D)
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 14 Madison to Sioux Falls
Cross the Midwest and pretty Minnesota farmlands before hitting the wild and stunning state of South Dakota.
We travel across the county’s biggest prairies and enter a region once dominated by the Sioux Tribes – the only Native American Nation to defeat
the US army.
Arrive in Sioux Falls and get the background behind the city’s name with a visit to Falls Park, where many tribes originally established their homes.
Accommodations: Hotel

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Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 15 Sioux Falls to Mt. Rushmore
Watch the amazing natural sites of South Dakota go by as we journey through Badlands National Park, past a surreal, lunar landscape of rugged-
edged cliffs, sharp spires and crevices. With a stop here there’s time to walk the easy-going Fossil trail, take it all in and see fossils found within
the park that are on display.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 16 Mt. Rushmore
Today is all about South Dakota’s Black Hills - sacred land to the Sioux and patriotic hot spot for Americans.
We visit iconic Mt Rushmore and see the 18 m (60ft) stony faces of four former US presidents. It took over 14 years to carve Jefferson, Lincoln,
Washington and Roosevelt into the rock.
You’ll be blown away by the massive monument of the famous Sioux warrior, Crazy Horse. Standing at 563 feet tall and carved out of rock, this
work in progress is amazing. Get a crash course in heroism and learn how he led the Sioux tribes to victory at the Battle of Little Bighorn.
Get ready for Deadwood and a real taste of the Wild West. Packed with old saloons, gambling parlors and Wild West storefronts from the gold
rush era, Deadwood is National Historic Landmark. See shoot-outs in the street in the former stomping ground of outlaws like Calamity Jane
and Wild Bill Hickok.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 17 Mt. Rushmore to Cody
Cut into Wyoming’s cowboy country and travel across historic routes that the legendary Pony Express (postal service on horseback) used to follow
and see where the pioneers lived. Stop off at the Devil’s Tower, a massive natural monument formed by volcanic activity.
Then it’s on to Cody. With pick-up trucks, dusty streets, lots of cattle and legendary beginnings, this ‘rodeo capital of the world’ still has its Wild
West charm.
Use your free time to check out Cody’s Historic Trail Town and get the low down on the cowboys who used to hang out in the local saloons, like
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid or see the Irma Hotel Bar, an expensive gift from Queen Victoria to Buffalo Bill Cody, the town’s namesake.
Otherwise, if the season’s right, you’ve got a chance to experience an authentic rodeo and see some of professional cowboys at work in a fun
night time optional.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 18 Cody to Yellowstone
Start the day off with a white-water rafting optional on the river if the conditions are right - and have a go with the paddle in a fun ride.
Then we’re up for some of the USA’s most awe-inspiring scenery as we head to Yellowstone, the world’s first national park. The result of a massive
volcanic eruption, the park is a breathtaking spectacle of nature.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 19 Yellowstone National Park to Jackson Hole
Explore the crown jewel of America's national parks. It's a masterpiece of wilderness, wildlife & natural wonders. Set you sights on the towering
spires of the Teton Range & arrive in the chic, yet western-styled ski & boarding town, Jackson Hole.
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 20 Jackson Hole to Salt Lake City
Enjoy the scenic drive through Idaho before arriving in Salt Lake City, Utah where you'll visit Temple Square and see the impressive six-spire
Temple & Mormon Tabernacle.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 21 Salt Lake City to Grand Canyon National Park
Kick start the day with an optional hot-air balloon ride over pretty Park City, which holds the annual Sundance Film Festival. Enjoy sweeping vistas
over the state of Utah and get another angle on the impressive Wasatch Mountains, which divide the lush eastern and arid western halves of the
state. We hit another national park known for its hoodoos (thin rock spires streaked in whites, yellows and oranges), Bryce National Park. Take in
the strange shapes, vivid colors and rugged rocks that rise up as we hike a trail in the park.
Accommodations: Hotel


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Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 22 Grand Canyon National Park
Today, we discover the mind-blowing landscape of the Grand Canyon, one of the world’s most recognizable natural wonders and pride of Arizona.
A day here means time to take in the immensity and spine-tingling beauty of the scene-stealing canyon – you won’t be able to stop looking at it!
Hike along the rim for full-blown vistas of the dramatic scenery. See some of the oldest exposed rocks on earth, take in the depths of the abyss
and soak up the wildness of the area. There are trails for all levels of hiking, so take it up a notch or cruise along at your own pace.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 23 Grand Canyon National Park to Las Vegas
It’s a change of scene today when we cut back into Utah and visit Zion National Park – with loads of greenery, waterfalls and colorful cliffs, it’s a
far cry from the dry parks and rock formations we’ve seen so far. Your Tour Manager will point out the park’s landmarks, including the Watchman
and the West Temple.
Get ready to arrive in larger-than-life Las Vegas – a man-made entertainment oasis smack in the middle of the desert. Often dubbed Sin City, it’s
all about glitz, neon lights, and excess. See the bright lights of this city and its world-famous casinos in a first taste of Vegas kitsch as the group
heads down the main drag, the “Strip”, and your Tour Manager fills you in on the story behind Vegas. Then cruise downtown to Freemont Street
and experience a slice of the spectacular at a light and laser show in a massive pedestrian mall.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Days 24-25 Las Vegas
With a free day, you’ve got time to get a real feel for this outrageous town, so keep an eye out for Elvis impersonators and fast-paced chapel
weddings!
Explore more of the Strip and check out over-the-top versions of international icons, like the Eiffel Tower, Venetian canals and gondolas, a Roman
temple or the pyramid, whose nightlight can be seen from the moon. Try your luck at one of the casinos, sit yourself down at a blackjack table
and watch the high-rollers or go for a ride at one of the casino’s theme-parks. If you work up an appetite, tuck into an all you can eat buffet, and
lunch American style.
For something different, discover Las Vegas’ trademark art at the Neon Museum and for a look into this town’s atomic heyday in the 50s, visit
the Atomic Testing Museum.
If you just want to relax, position yourself poolside back at the hotel and soak up the Las Vegas sun.
Tonight, get some pointers on Las Vegas’ hot spots from your Tour Manager and make the most of this towns’ 24/7 action with some of your
new friends.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1 day)

Day 26 Las Vegas to Los Angeles
Leaving behind Las Vegas, we journey through the vast Mojave Desert, with its iconic Joshua trees, into Southern California. Our tour ends once
we arrive in Los Angeles, where it’s time to say goodbye to your new friends.
Accommodations:


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*   31 meals: 19 breakfasts & 12 dinners                     24 May 2013      18 Jun 2013      €2985.00             €4320.00
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*   An experienced & professional Tour Manager &             28 Jun 2013      23 Jul 2013      €2985.00             €4320.00
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*   Modern, air-conditioned coach with powerpoints           02 Aug 2013      27 Aug 2013      €2985.00             €4320.00
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*   Sightseeing tours of all major cities
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Grand Canadian plus Calgary Stampede
(Ends in Vancouver)
  22 days
  From big city buzz to the great outdoors, it’s all here. Start off
  by exploring Boston & New York in the US before diving into
  Canada. Cross the border into quaint Quebec then spend a few
  nights in Montreal & Toronto. After the city action, fly west for a
  dose of coastal charm & natural wonders, including the Rockies
  & Vancouver's cool vibe. And then on top of all of that, hit up
  the world famous Calgary Stampede! Men & women race in
  tall boots & hats, ride bulls at the rodeo & have an all around
  outrageous time.                                                                       You will visit
                                                                                         Canada, United States




Highlights
Providence / Visit Providence, the capital of Rhode Island   Boston / See Harvard University, Boston Common, Quincy Marketplace, Faneuil
Hall & the original 'Cheers' Bar / Walk the historic Freedom Trail / Only Contiki: Feel the student spirit on a 'Hahvahd' (Harvard) tour   Maine /
Scenic drive through Maine & across the US/Canadian border   Quebec City / Cross the border into Canada & enjoy the scenic drive through
Quebec / Only Contiki: Stroll Quebec on a walking tour / Visit the only walled city in North America   Montreal / Visit Old town Montreal, the
old port & Mount Royal, Montreal’s largest park / See the unique Olympic Stadium / See St. Joseph’s Oratory   Toronto / Travel along the St.
Lawrence River Valley & see the Thousand Islands / See CN Tower, Rogers Centre, eclectic shops on Yonge Street & the University of Toronto  
Niagara Falls / Only Contiki: Feel the spray on the Maid of the Mist / See Niagara Falls   Whistler / See Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains / Enjoy
the shopping & activities in and around the quaint village / Hike one of Whistlers' many trails   Vancouver / Visit the Totem Poles of Canada's
First Nations People in Stanley Park / See Gastown, Chinatown & Lion's Gate Bridge   Kamloops / Scenic drive through the Lillooet Mountain
Range / See Seton Lake reservoir & picturesque Lillooet, Duffey & Kamloops Lakes   Mt. Robson / Scenic drive along the Yellowhead Highway
into the Rocky Mountains / View Mt. Robson, the highest point in the Canadian Rockies (weather permitting)   Jasper / Stay in Jasper National
Park / Visit Maligne Canyon, the deepest & longest limestone canyon in the Rockies / Visit Maligne Lake, the largest in the Canadian Rockies
(seasonal) / Only Contiki: Get back to nature as you picnic in the Rocky Mountains / Walk to Athabasca Falls   Columbia Icefield / Only Contiki:
Discover the Athabasca Glacier on the 'Ice Explorer' / See the vivid blue colour of Peyto Lake (seasonal)   Lake Louise / Visit Lake Louise & the
enchanting Lake Louise chateau   Banff / See the majestic Banff Springs Hotel / Only Contiki: Reach new heights on a gondola ride in Banff / See
the Saskatchewan River Valley & Weeping Wall / Visit Banff National Park   Yoho, Glacier & Mt. Revelstoke National Parks / Stop at Roger's
Pass on one of the world's great mountain roads / Drive through Yoho, Glacier & Mt. Revelstoke National Parks / See the incredible Spiral Train
Tunnels / See Kicking Horse Valley   Vernon / Drive through Kelowna, the largest city in the Interior / See Lake Okanagan & its large floating
bridge  

Itinerary
Day 1 New York to Boston
Meet up with your Contiki crew and Tour Manager in New York City, before we hit the road and drop by Providence, Rhode Island's capital city.
Next up is Boston. Home to the Red Sox (the famous baseball team), many creative thinkers and historic rebels, this thriving university town is
soaked in history and packed with things to do.

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Your Tour Manager will introduce the group to Boston’s core spots. You’ll see Boston Common – the city’s oldest park – and the historic Quincy
Market & Faneuil Hall, which served as a meeting place for those wanting independence from England and for slavery to end.
Get to know your crew and Tour Manager over dinner tonight, before exploring more of the city in a fun night out. With everything from indie
bands to nightclubs, there’s something for everyone.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 2 Boston
With a full day here, you’ll get a feel for this user-friendly city, which is easy to explore on foot.
In your free time, walk through a living time line and follow Boston’s famous Freedom Trail, which takes you past 2 and a half centuries of history.
Learn about Boston’s rebellious role on its road to independence as you explore the cobbled lanes and historic hot spots.
Discover more of Boston. Pound the pavements or choose our optional Hop-on-Hop-off trolley tour and cover more of the city. You’ll get the
background on Boston’s famous Tea Party, when Boston citizens threw tons of tea into the harbor in protest against the British Crown.
Head back to Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market for a bit of souvenir shopping and a dose of history. Dubbed the “Cradle of Liberty” this famous brick
building has played a key role in the city for over 250 years. Check out the stalls loaded with New England’s crafts, pick up some Boston-made
items and order some local food at a push cart eatery or restaurant.
For a bit of the local lifestyle, take in the waterfront by following the Haborwalk. Made up of 62.8 km (39miles) of paths weaving through diverse
neighborhoods, it is a great way to experience Boston’s maritime flavor and see its working ports in action.
Get into the city’s café culture on Italian flavored Hanover Street in Boston’s oldest residential district. Sip on a cappuccino as you take in the
city’s iconic brick architecture.
If you just want to relax, kick back with the locals and people-watch in one of the nine parks that make up the city’s “Emerald Necklace”. You could
return to Boston Common, where public hangings took place in the old days, – now it’s a great place to hang out.
Finish the day at one of the city’s excellent local restaurants. Make sure you get some tips from your Tour Manager on where to go and order
some of Boston’s famous lobsters, clams or oysters.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 3 Boston to Quebec City
Wind down on the coach, plug in your MP3 and watch the wilderness of Maine unfold from your window. Keep an eye open for it fresh-water lakes,
beautiful scenery and wildlife like moose, beavers, foxes and birds. Maybe even practice your French phrases as we cross the border into Canada.
We continue on to North America’s French flavored core, Quebec, and experience a slice of old Europe. Founded in the 17th century, this is the only
city in Canada or the USA that has its original city walls, making it the only walled-city in North America.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 4 Quebec City
Step back in time in Quebec’s old-town as your Local Guide opens up the UNESCO World Heritage listed center. As you walk through this open-
air museum, complete with cobbled streets and 17th century stone houses you’ll learn about its history.
With free time, discover more of the fortified city. Check out the Citadel, ancient point of defense, complete with a traditional changing of the
guard. Otherwise, follow the city walls and uncover little boutiques and galleries tucked away within the time-worn streets.
With its European heritage, Quebec has a buzzing café culture that fills its historic center. For lunch, grab a table in a Parisian style bistro and try
some of the local specialties like tourtière québecois (meat pie) or duckling with maple syrup. Kick back and listen to the locals speaking French.
For views over the St. Lawrence River, walk along Dufferin Terrace, Quebec City’s most famous boardwalk.
If you’re keen for a slice of Canada’s diverse history, get the low-down on the people of French-Canada at the Musée de la civilisation (Museum of
Civilization) See how the building cleverly blends both new design and old buildings. Otherwise, don’t forget to visit the iconic Chateau Frontenac
in the heart of the old town.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 5 Quebec City to Montreal
Continue on to the island city of Montreal. A happening hub and home to the famous Montreal Jazz festival, this hot, creative city mixes up a
North American feel with French influence. It also has amazing food and is thriving with festivities.
Get familiar with the city when we arrive. Catch some of Montreal’s relaxed vibes down at the Old Port and get the background on its maritime
history as the group drives around the quays. The well-preserved riverside old-town was a key player in early Montreal’s development.
Then, we’ll take a drive up Mt Royal, which serves up sweeping views over the city. Check out this enormous park that was designed by the same
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Your Tour Manager will show you some of Montreal’s signature sites. See the copper dome of St Joseph’s oratory, the biggest monument built to
honor Canada’s patron saint. You’ll get a look at Montreal’s most famous architectural curiosity: the 1976 Olympic stadium, complete with the
world’s tallest inclined tower.
For some action, hit the rapids of the St Lawrence River in an adrenaline-pumping optional jet-boat ride, and experience another side of Montreal.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day, Dinner (1) day

Day 6 Montreal
With a free day ahead of you, explore Montreal’s creative core and joie de vivre (joy of living).
See some of the city’s innovations, like the world-famous Biodome, where you can walk through different eco-systems, from ocean fronts to
woodlands, and get up close to all sorts of wildlife.
Montreal is a great place to shop. On St Laurent Boulevard (it’s affectionately dubbed “The Main”) look through cutting-edge boutiques, jewelery
stores and artists’ workshops. Otherwise just hang out in an outdoor café among the throngs of people and get a real feel for Montreal’s street life.
For a different shopping experience, head underground to Montreal’s famous underground-city. With 19 miles of shops and restaurants right
under the heart of the city, it’s got it all.
Lunchtime: go local and head to Jean-Talon Market, with its bustling stalls and friendly atmosphere. Try some tasty baked goods, fresh produce
or delicious snacks, like calamari and chips. Then kick back with some of the best coffee in town from near-by Little Italy.
Tonight, explore Montreal’s amazing nightlife with some friends. There’s so much to choose from – jazz bars in the down town area, the student
vibes of the Latin Quarter, the clubs of Rue St. Catherine or the festive outdoor atmosphere and cozy lounge bars back up the hill on Mt Royal,
where Rue St. Denis is a happening night spot.
Afterward, round off your night with a Montreal favorite: poutine (French fries with gravy and cheese curd).
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 7 Montreal to Toronto
As we stick to the St Lawrence River Valley, you’ll see the local fresh water wonder: the 1000 islands of different sizes that are scattered across
Lake Ontario and the river.
Later, pull into Toronto, Canada’s economic powerhouse, cosmopolitan capital and English speaking heart.
Kick start your time here with a few of Toronto’s key spots on a tour around the city. Your Tour Manager will fill you in on the iconic CN Tower, North
America’s tallest free standing structure at 553 meters. See buzzing Yonge Street, with its designer labels, funky boutiques and diverse stores.
Enjoy a look into student life as you check out the University of Toronto, complete with Gothic buildings and ivy covered stone walls.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 8 Toronto
Toronto is loaded with things to do, so some ideas for your free time include getting away from it all by jumping on a local ferry and heading out
to one of Toronto’s leafy islands. With no cars, cute cottages and windswept nature, these are the perfect places to chill out.
Or, for something different, visit the fantastic Bata Shoe Museum and see its quirky, impressive collection of footwear.
If something sporty is more your thing, head to the Hockey Hall of Fame and honor Canada’s national sport.
Otherwise, explore Toronto’s melting pot, experience different pockets of culture and taste food from all over the world.
Start by having a bit of fun in colorful and chaotic Chinatown.
It’s packed with little shops selling anything from knick knacks to lanterns, and its streets are full of stalls dishing up all sorts of tasty Asian dishes.
Check out the bustling vibe of near-by Kensington Market, a vibrant, multi-cultural neighborhood that is fascinating to walk around. Popular
with locals, Kensington Market serves up bakeries, tapas (Spanish style nibbles), international grocery stores, Mexican and Jewish food, vintage
stores and one-of-a kind boutiques. Round off your experience with some espresso and pastries in Little Italy.
Get your heart racing in an optional excursion up CN tower, where you can walk the glass floor and enjoy the widest-reaching vistas in Toronto.
Enjoy an insider’s look at Toronto’s night life on an optional guided party pub crawl around the city’s hot spots tonight and finish your time off
in this city with a night to remember.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 9 Toronto and Niagara Falls
Head to the surging waters of world-famous Niagara Falls, right on the border of the USA and Canada. Jump on board the Maid of the Mist and
cruise along the river to the base of the world’s second largest falls for a closer look. You’ll see the incredible volume of water pouring over the
cliff and feel the sheer power of the spray. But don’t worry – there is an included rain poncho!
Choose to get a bird’s-eye-view of it all on an optional helicopter ride and check out the falls from both sides of the border. Follow the river’s path
and see the tons of water that make up the falls– it’ll make your jaw drop.
Accommodations: Hotel

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Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 10 Toronto to Whistler via Vancouver
Today we’ll fly across to Vancouver to meet up with your new crew on the other side of Canada.
With beaches, forests and mountains, Vancouver is all about location and fusing big-city living with an outdoor lifestyle.
You’ll enjoy a first taste of it all with the group when your Tour Manager points out historic Gastown, Vancouver’s founding district, the city’s
own Chinatown – home to the largest minority group in Vancouver and the landmark Lion’s Gate Bridge. In Stanley Park, see the colorful Totem
Poles of Canada’s First Nations People and learn about traditional culture as your Tour Manager tells you the stories behind them.
We’ll then wind our way along the spectacular cliff-top Sea to Sky highway and arrive in Whistler, one of the most popular ski resorts in North
America and home to the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 11 Whistler
Today, you’ve got time to get into some alpine activities and experience Whistlers’ high-energy action. Choose to have a go with the paddle and
get out on the water in a canoe excursion along the River of Golden Dreams or try a zip-line optional, where you’ll glide over surging rivers and
stunning scenery.
With lots of trails to choose from, Whistler is a hiker’s heaven. For those wanting vistas of the spectacular surrounds but not wanting to work up
a sweat, choose a gondola or chairlift ride to the top for amazing views. Otherwise, kick back and take in the natural surroundings back at the
hotel or walk around the quaint village of Whistler.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 12 Whistler to Kamloops
Leaving the mountains behind, we make our way to the desert and to Canada’s impressive interior. Passing the picture-perfect Seton Lake, we’ll
make a stop in Lillooet, a former gold rush town.
We travel on to our next night stop, Kamloops, sitting at the confluence of 2 rivers. Once a former meeting point for traders, it continues to serve
as a stop over point for travelers and still has touches of the Wild West.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 13 Kamloops to Jasper
Sticking to the famous Yellowhead Highway, we stop off at the highest peak of the Rockies, Mt Robson. Get your blood pumping in a thrilling
white-water rafting optional on the Fraser River. Then pull into small-town Jasper and kick back in the Rockies’ largest national park – our home
for the next two nights.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 14 Jasper
We drive through the wild beauty of Jasper National Park to Maligne Lake, known for its stunning scenery and vivid colors. There’s a chance to
take in the snow capped mountains from the water and visit iconic Spirit Island on an optional cruise.
Later, your Tour Manager will take you for an easy-going hike through the Maligne Canyon, an impressive limestone gorge – the result of years
of raging waters.
Use your free time to make the most of lesser-known Jasper Park. With 1000kms of trails, from hour loops to day hikes, it’s easy to get off the
beaten track and into nature.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 15 Jasper to Banff
Get ready for some sublime scenery as we stick to the Columbia Icefield Parkway, a route that fur traders and native peoples once used during the
19th century. With waterfalls, lakes, meadows, glaciers, towering mountains, and the largest ice-field south of Alaska, this is one fantastic drive.
Jump on board the Ice Explorer, a snow coach on tracks, and roll onto the Athabasca Glacier, where you can get out and explore the icy slopes.
Drink straight from the glacier and taste some of the purest water on earth.
We continue on to famous Lake Louise. Its striking turquoise color and incredible mountain back drop create a breathtaking scene.
Back on the coach, we roll on to legendary Banff, the unofficial capital of the Rockies.
Accommodations: Quad-share Chalet
Meals: Dinner (1) day


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Day 16 Banff
With loads of activities available in Banff, you can choose your own adventure.
There’s the option to get above the Rockies in an unforgettably spectacular helicopter ride or to head up Sulphur mountain by gondola for a slice
of remote high country and the chance to see some summit wildlife.
Other ideas for your day include checking out Banff’s landmark Banff Springs Hotel. With over 800 rooms, this massive Gothic structure is fun to
explore. Otherwise, head downtown for some shopping, where you can pick up cowboy hats, well-known brands and outdoor sporting equipment.
Tonight, give our horseback ride optional a go, where you’ll ride into the back country and enjoy a traditional cook-out dinner under the open sky.
Accommodations: Quad-share Chalet
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 17 Banff to Calgary
We travel to the slick city of Calgary, home to what’s known as the greatest show on earth: the Stampede. It’s all about Alberta’s pioneer past and
ranching tradition at this massive cowboy carnival.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 18 Calgary for Stampede
With a day at Stampede Park, you’ll experience one of the world’s biggest rodeos and get a look into cattle country lifestyle.
Choose our optional trip to this mind-blowing festival and get ready for a whole lot of action. From bull-riding to calf-roping, steer-wrestling to
cow-tackling, our amazing seats have you up close to these electrifying events at the Rodeo. You’ll also get to see the adrenaline-pumping chuck-
wagon races.
Make the most of your time here and discover Canada’s country core. With square dancing, mock gun fights, country bands, bars, restaurants
and livestock, there is loads to see. Maybe pick up some cowboy threads or boots at one of the many stalls, or head to the Teepee village, where
the five nations peoples are represented and learn about indigenous peoples’ traditions.
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 19 Calgary to Vernon
This morning we say goodbye the wild west and the Rockies before cutting across three national parks in a spectacular drive.
Things get wilder and a whole lot more rugged in Yoho National Park, where the ice blue Kicking Horse River winds through a valley of waterfalls
and meadows. Be impressed by Glacier National Park, home to over 400 glaciers and stop off at Rogers Pass – a place of awesome surroundings.
We’ll also see Mt Revelstoke National Park’s towering peaks and surging river.
Then it’s a complete change of scene as we travel into British Columbia’s wine country, Okanagan Valley, with its vines and terraced hills, to
Vernon for our overnight stop.
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Dinner (1) day

Day 20 Vernon to Vancouver
Journey through the stunning Okanagan Valley, Canada’s wine country, before returning to laid-back Vancouver, with its friendly locals, sandy
beaches and Pacific rim position.
For a bit of urban culture, head down town and grab a coffee at one of the many cafes. Continue on to the Gastown area for a bit of shopping,
where you can find souvenirs to take back home, including Native American crafts and jewelery.
Tonight, head out on the town with your friends and experience more of Vancouver’s nightlife. Hit the back streets of Gastown or the alleys of
Yale Town for some live music. Otherwise, if you know what you’re after, ask your Tour Manager for tips.
Accommodations: Hotel

Day 21 Vancouver
Feel the young vibe of this city while exploring its hip shops & cafes. Later, enjoy a dinner cruise around the harbor & head out for a night on
the town!
Accommodations: Hotel
Meals: Breakfast (1) day

Day 22 Depart Vancouver
Your Canadian adventure ends this morning and it’s time to say farewell to your new friends. For those who are keen for some more action, there’s
the option of a trip to Grouse Mountain or Butchart Gardens.
Accommodations:



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Itinerary (continued)



What's Included                                       Dates & Rates
*   21 nights accommodation: 9 nights in hotels & 2   Departs        Returns       Twin Land Only    Single Land Only
    nights Special Stay experience                    28 Jun 2013    19 Jul 2013   €3225.00          €4450.00

*   19 meals: 10 breakfasts & 9 dinners
*   An experienced & professional Tour Manager &
    Driver team
*   Modern, air-conditioned coach with powerpoints
    for charging
*   Flight & transfers from Toronto to Vancouver
*   Sightseeing tours of all major cities
*   Local taxes & service charges




                                                               ALETOUR TOUR OPERATOR ( Exclusive Sales Agent ) / 16 June 2012 / 36
Got a Question?
What’s included?                                                              Contiki check-in
What’s included?• Coach, train, air transfers & ferry transport as            Contiki check-inBooked your tour? Check in before you go - it'll take you
specified. • Accommodation, breakfast & evening meals as detailed             less than 5 minutes and you can skip the paperwork when you start
under ‘What’s included’ on tour pages. • Sightseeing as detailed in           your tour. Plus, you'll also have access to your essential tour info on
the itineraries on tour pages. Unless specified, entrance fees are not        your Contiki profile.
included. • Experienced crew as detailed on tour pages.
                                                                              How much luggage can I bring?
What’s not included?                                                          How much luggage can I bring?On all tours, except European Camping
What’s not included?• Personal expense money. • Visas, personal               tours, luggage is restricted to a maximum suitcase size of 73cm x
insurance, medical fees. • Sightseeing, visits & entrance fees other than     50cm x 25cm (29” x 20” x 10”) & maximum weight of 20 kg (44lbs)
those specified on tour pages. • Optional excursions & activities such        plus one small hand/day bag that can go on the coach with you. On
as white water rafting, gondola rides, etc. • Lunches (unless specified       European Camping tours the maximum suitcase size is 70cm x 45cm
under “What’s included”) & some dinners.                                      x 23cm (28” x 18” x 9”) again with a maximum weight of 20 kg (44lbs).
                                                                              Contiki reserves the right to refuse to accept larger suitcases on tour.
Are flights included?                                                         On European Concept tours & European Camping tours, you’ll need a
Are flights included?All flights on specified tour itineraries are included   sleeping bag & towel which can be purchased from Contiki in London,
as part of the tour price. External flights to and from the tour are not      if necessary. On Ski Holidays you may bring one pair of ski boots &
included.                                                                     skis or a snowboard. Baggage is carried at the owner’s risk & baggage
Will I get more information?                                                  insurance is strongly recommended. If your tour includes a flight you
Will I get more information?Upon receipt of final payment, your               are also subject to airline baggage restrictions.
documentation will be released prior to your departure. You’ll receive        Do I need vaccinations?
a copy of Contiki’s ‘Travellers Guide’ – an information book about            Do I need vaccinations?At the time this brochure went to press
your holiday. You’ll also receive a comprehensive day-by-day itinerary        (November, 2010), the following immunizations are recommended for
including full details & costs of all optional excursions available on        travellers in Southeast Asia by the CDC (US Centre for Disease Control
your tour. Your FREE Contiki document wallet & luggage tag* will be           & Prevention). For all other regions, at the time this brochure went to
sent to you with your travel documents. The wallet is a safe place for        press (November, 2010), no vaccinations were necessary. However, it is
your tickets & passports. Contiki reserves the right to substitute an         wise to check up-to-date information with your travel agent prior to
alternative travel accessory for the Contiki document wallet.                 departure. Don’t forget to bring with you any medication that you may
How much money do I need?                                                     require en route, such as antihistamines, antibiotics, etc.
How much money do I need?You should be able to use debit &                    Do I need visas?
credit cards for most items. You’ll need to allow enough money to             Do I need visas?Please read carefully. Depending on your nationality,
cover lunches, some dinners, souvenirs, shopping, drinks, optional            you may require visas to enter certain countries included in your
excursions & activities, entrance fees to attractions & evening               tour. You are fully responsible for obtaining all necessary visas prior
entertainment. It is advisable to start your tour with some cash in local     to the departure of your tour. Contiki are not legally permitted to
currencies.                                                                   knowingly allow anybody who does not have a valid visa to join a tour.
Explore More Optional Activities                                              Consult your travel agent to determine which visas you require and
Explore More Optional ActivitiesOptionals are arranged and paid for           how to obtain them. Important: 1. Visas can take up to six weeks and
on tour. By leaving the final decisions until then you can choose at the      a fee is normally charged. 2. Failure to obtain all necessary visas could
same time as your new friends. You’ll get great value as we get you           cause you to miss part of your tour and will result in you incurring
great rates and your Tour Manager can offer personal advice. Some             considerable expense and inconvenience. 3. It is better to apply for all
activities are seasonal and weather dependent as well. How do I pay?          visas through your travel agent before you leave home. Your travel
You pay on tour in cash in local currency.>                                   agent will contact Contiki for full details. 4. It is very Important that the
                                                                              entry and exit dates are correct on the visa.
Brochure authenticity
Brochure authenticityThe information given & literature produced by
                                                                              Travel insurance
Contiki has been compiled with care & is published in good faith.             Travel insuranceContiki very strongly recommend that you take out
Sometimes, because of circumstances outside our control, we have to           comprehensive insurance cover for cancellation, medical expenses,
alter some excursions due to seasonal closing or repairs to buildings,        personal accident, personal baggage, money & public liability before
etc., especially early or late in the season. If this happens, alternatives   you travel. You may not be accepted on a Contiki holiday unless you
will be arranged.                                                             have arranged satisfactory insurance. You also agree to indemnify us
                                                                              against all third-party claims, actions, damages & remedies against us
Am I expectedto tip on tour?                                                  arising from your participation in the holiday. For insurance details,
Am I expectedto tip on tour?Every country in the world has different          please speak to your Travel Agent at the time of making your booking.
tipping policies & in Europe, within service industries, tipping is
common practice.Tipping is totally optional & only given if you feel the
service has exceeded your expectations. Your Tour Manager will assist
you with any questions about this. On tours to Asia all tipping for local
guides & drivers is included as part of the local payment. If you think
your Contiki team have done an exceptional job then you may wish to
tip them. This is entirely discretionary – it’s completely up to you.
Security
SecurityContiki has been running tours for young people since 1962 &
in all countries where Contiki operates we fully comply with local travel
industry laws.


                                                                     ALETOUR TOUR OPERATOR ( Exclusive Sales Agent ) / 16 June 2012 / 37
                                                                          flight are booked together is held by the travel agent on behalf of       to do so, either on our own or our suppliers’ (such as hotels,
Booking Conditions                                                        Contiki at all times.                                                     restaurants and excursions) behalf. Many of our holidays involve
                                                                          6.2 We will be entitled to keep for our account any interest earned       getting on and off coaches, walking tours and other physical
Our Responsibilities                                                      on such monies.                                                           activities. Some holidays may not be suitable for you if you rely
1. YOUR HOLIDAY RESERVATION On receipt of your deposit, subject           6.3 All monies paid by you to us through your travel agent or             on a wheelchair or have certain other disabilities.. The Company
to availability and at our discretion, Contiki will reserve your          otherwise, whether in respect of the deposit or full payment, may         does not provide personal devices (such as wheelchairs, hearing
place on your selected holiday. A contract is made between you            be disbursed by us as and when we see fit, in respect of the services     aids or prescription eye glasses) or services of a personal nature
and Contiki Holidays Limited (Registered in Guernsey No. 50681            to be provided and/or fees payable under your selected holiday.           (such as pushing a wheelchair or assistance in eating, toileting
(Contiki)) only upon your booking being confirmed and accepted by         The payment of a deposit or any other monies in respect of your           or dressing). Should your disability require you to have special
us and our communication thereof to you or your travel agent.             holiday shall be deemed to be an authorisation for disbursement           assistance, it is a condition of Contiki accepting your booking that
2. YOUR FINANCIAL PROTECTION Contiki are a member of ABTA and             thereof as aforesaid.                                                     you provide evidence satisfactory to us that an able-bodied person
hold ATOL Number 10144 issued by the Civil Aviation Authority,                                                                                      will accompany you and is able to provide any special needs or
which provide for your protection in the event of our insolvency.         Your Responsibilities
                                                                                                                                                    services that you may require. Contiki will not be responsible for
Only bookings from countries subject to the EC Package Travel             1. BOOKING YOUR HOLIDAY
                                                                                                                                                    the failure of this person to provide these services .The Company
Directive will receive financial protection from ABTA & CAA. When         1.1 In order to reserve your holiday, a deposit of ￿60, per person
                                                                                                                                                    does not employ medical personnel. Any necessary medical
you buy an ATOL protected air holiday package and/ or flights from        per tour, or the full amount payable if booking is made within 45
                                                                                                                                                    attention will be provided by a local facility at the passenger’s
Contiki Holidays Limited you will receive a Confirmation Invoice          days of departure from your home country, must be submitted to
                                                                                                                                                    expense. The Company is not responsible or liable for any losses
from us (or via our authorized agent through which you booked)            Contiki within 7 days in respect of that holiday. This payment is in
                                                                                                                                                    or costs incurred as a result of medical services obtained while on
confirming your arrangements and your protection under our                addition to any deposit required by your travel agent. The deposit
                                                                                                                                                    tour, or for the quality of the care or services received.
Air Travel Organiser’s Licence number 10144. In the unlikely event        is accepted as a first installment of the holiday price by Contiki only
                                                                                                                                                    5.4 You are responsible for all travel arrangements and costs to/
of our insolvency, the CAA will ensure that you are not stranded          once the booking has been confirmed in writing by Contiki or your
                                                                                                                                                    from the point of commencement/conclusion of the holiday.
abroad and will arrange to refund any money you have paid to              travel agent.
                                                                                                                                                    5.5.1 There may be times when the Contiki Representative has to
us for an advance booking. For further information visit the ATOL         1.2 Your land reservation will be confirmed on receipt of a non-
                                                                                                                                                    make a decision in your best interests or the best interests of their
website at www.atol.org.uk. Not all holiday or travel services            refundable deposit of ￿60 per person, per tour, which must be
                                                                                                                                                    group. You agree to comply with the authority and decisions of the
offered and sold by us will be protected by the ATOL scheme. Please       within 7 days of booking or the reservation will automatically be
                                                                                                                                                    appointed Contiki Representative and the laws of the country in
ask us to confirm what protection may apply to your booking.              cancelled.
                                                                                                                                                    which you are travelling. If you do not so comply or if, in the Contiki
3. PRICE GUARANTEE Prices in this brochure are based on costs             1.3 Any special meal requirements will be made on a request basis
                                                                                                                                                    Representative’s opinion, you are not compatible with the general
and exchange rates as at 16th November, 2010. No surcharge in             only. Contiki cannot guarantee special meal requests nor will
                                                                                                                                                    enjoyment and well being of other members on the holiday or
respect of costs or currency fluctuations will be made within 30          it assume any responsibility or liability if clients’ special meal
                                                                                                                                                    smooth operation of the holiday itself, we reserve the right to
days of the commencement of the land content of any holiday               requirements are not fulfilled.
                                                                                                                                                    refuse to let you continue with the holiday. We do not tolerate the
or once payment of the deposit of your land tour has been                 2. PAYING THE BALANCE
                                                                                                                                                    possession or carriage of illegal or restricted substances (drugs).
received. The price of your travel arrangements can be varied             2.1 The balance of the holiday price must be paid by no later
                                                                                                                                                    Furthermore, you agree that your fellow travelers and any Contiki
due to changes in transportation costs such as fuel, scheduled            than 45 days before the scheduled holiday departure date from
                                                                                                                                                    Representative have the right to travel/work in a safe environment.
airfares and any other airline cost changes which are part of the         your home country which shall be by the due date stated on
                                                                                                                                                    Any threats to their safety, well being or inappropriate behavior by
contract between airlines (and their agents) and the tour operator        the confirmation issued to you by Contiki. When making multi-
                                                                                                                                                    you, whether verbal or physical, will be taken extremely seriously
or organiser. The price of your travel arrangements can also be           tour bookings, full payment is due no later than 45 days before
                                                                                                                                                    and may result in the immediate termination of your holiday. In
varied due to government action such as changes in VAT or any             scheduled departure date of the first departing tour.
                                                                                                                                                    such event, you will be responsible for your own repatriation and
other government imposed changes and currency changes in                  2.2 If payment isn’t made by the due date, Contiki may assume that
                                                                                                                                                    related costs and have no claims against us.
relation to an exchange rate variation.In the case of any small           you have cancelled and cancellation charges in accordance with
                                                                                                                                                    5.5.2 You are responsible for any costs incurred as a result of
variation, an amount equivalent to 2% of the price of your travel         clause 3 below will be levied by Contiki.
                                                                                                                                                    damage or excess cleaning fees related to your accommodation.
arrangements, which excludes any amendment charges, will be               2.3 Tickets and other documents won’t be forwarded until full
                                                                                                                                                    You are advised to immediately report any pre-existing damage in
absorbed or retained. For larger variations this 2% will still be         payment has been received by us.
                                                                                                                                                    your room to hotel staff and/or a Contiki Tour Manager as soon as
absorbed for increases but not retained from refunds. Should the          2.4 In the case of Late Bookings made within 45 days of your
                                                                                                                                                    it is discovered.
price of your holiday go down, by more than 2% of your holiday            departure from your home country, the full cost of the holiday will
                                                                                                                                                    5.5.3 The Company may, in its sole discretion, decline the booking
cost, then any refund due will be paid to you. However, please            be payable immediately on booking and we reserve the right to
                                                                                                                                                    of any passenger or remove any passenger who cannot comply or
note that travel arrangements are not always purchased in local           provide all travel documents at the holiday departure point.
                                                                                                                                                    refuses to comply with the Company’s terms and conditions. The
currency and some apparent changes have no impact on the price            2.5 Contiki reserves the right to cancel the booking and apply
                                                                                                                                                    Company is not responsible for any costs incurred in the event a
of your travel due to contractual and other protection in place.          cancellation charges should payments not be received within the
                                                                                                                                                    passenger is removed from a tour. Passengers agree not to hold the
In either case there will be an administration charge of ￿1.00 per        above specified periods.
                                                                                                                                                    Company or any of its related entities liable for any actions taken
person together with an amount to cover agents’ commission. If            3. IF YOU CANCEL
                                                                                                                                                    under these terms and conditions.
this means that you have to pay an increase of more than 10% of           3.1 Notice of cancellation must be made in writing to Contiki.
                                                                                                                                                    5.6 Where the passenger occupies a motorcoach seat fitted with
the price of your travel arrangements, you may cancel your travel         3.2 Your deposit is non-refundable upon cancellation by you.
                                                                                                                                                    a safety belt, neither the operator or service providers, agents or
arrangements and receive a full refund of all monies paid, except         3.3 Upon cancellation you will be liable to pay a fee to cover the
                                                                                                                                                    co-operating organisations shall be liable for any illness, injury or
for any amendment charges. Should you decide to cancel for this           estimate of cost and expenses incurred by us in the terms of the
                                                                                                                                                    death or any loss or damages or claims whatsoever arising from
reason, you must exercise your right to do so within 14 days from         schedule set out hereunder. This is expressed as a percentage of
                                                                                                                                                    any accident or incident, if the safety belt is not being worn at the
the issue date printed on your final invoice. Whether you cancel          the holiday price and is calculated as follows:
                                                                                                                                                    time of the accident or incident.
or not you will also be entitled, on the terms set out in respect of        PERIOD OF NOTICE            CANCELLATION FEE
                                                                                                                                                    5.7 It is your responsibility to have a valid passport and all visas,
major changes in clause 4.3 below, to accept an offer of alternative        More than 45 days notice:    Deposit is forfeited
                                                                                                                                                    permits and certificates required for your selected holiday as well
travel arrangements from us if we are able to do so.                        45-22 days:                    25% of tour fare
                                                                                                                                                    as any necessary vaccinations and to comply with all applicable
4.IF WE CANCEL OR CHANGE YOUR HOLIDAY                                       21-8 days:                      30% of tour fare
                                                                                                                                                    laws.
4.1 Contiki reserves the right to change or cancel your booking in          7-1 days:                       50% of tour fare
                                                                                                                                                    5.8 You agree that our Contiki Representatives may take
accordance with operating requirements or circumstances beyond              Day of departure:             100% of tour fare
                                                                                                                                                    photographs and films of you while you are on holiday and that
its control.                                                              Where the percentage cancellation fee is less than the deposit,
                                                                                                                                                    these may be used in our Group brochures and/or advertising
4.2 Should change or cancellation prove necessary we will give            the cancellation fee will equal loss of deposit. If the reason for
                                                                                                                                                    or publicity material without obtaining any further consent or
you reasonable notice thereof, in the circumstances, and where            cancellation falls within the terms of any holiday insurance policy
                                                                                                                                                    payment in respect of such photographs and/or films.
available, offer you a comparable alternative. Where cancellation is      which you hold, then any such charges may, subject to the terms
                                                                                                                                                    5.9 Should you have a complaint in respect of the holiday, you
necessary, a minimum period of 45 days notice will be given by us         of your insurance policy, be refunded to you by the insurance
                                                                                                                                                    should inform the Contiki Representative during the course
unless the circum-stances leading to the cancellation were beyond         company.
                                                                                                                                                    of the holiday and if the matter cannot be resolved after the
our reasonable control.                                                   3.4 Any cancellation of additional services booked prior to and
                                                                                                                                                    representative’s best endeavours to do so during the holiday,
4.3 If an alternative is not available or acceptable you will be          after your tour booking, such as pre and post accommodation and
                                                                                                                                                    your complaint should be made in writing to Contiki as soon as is
entitled to either a full refund of monies paid by you to us or           transfers, that are cancelled within 14 days of the tour departure
                                                                                                                                                    reasonably possible after the holiday but within 42 days thereof
transfer to another Contiki holiday without payment of any                incur a 100% cancellation fee.
                                                                                                                                                    so that your complaint can be investigated. If you do not write
transfer fee.                                                             3.5 These cancellation fees are in addition to any cancellation fees
                                                                                                                                                    within 42 days, your rights under this contract may be affected. If
4.4 If the change or cancellation is due to force majeure (i.e.           that may be levied by your Travel Agent.
                                                                                                                                                    you choose to write to Contiki via the Internet, please provide your
circumstances like political unrest, war or threat of war, riots, civil   4. IF YOU CHANGE YOUR BOOKING
                                                                                                                                                    home address so that we are able to reply to you in writing.
strife, closure of airports or ports, industrial disputes, terrorist      4.1 If after your booking has been confirmed, you wish to change to
                                                                                                                                                    5.10.1 The contract and all matters arising in respect hereof shall be
activity, natural and nuclear disasters, fire, epidemic or health risk,   an alternate departure date you may do so subject to availability
                                                                                                                                                    subject to Guernsey Law, unless we agree otherwise in writing.
Acts of God, adverse weather conditions or other similar events           and provided the new holiday date is also in this brochure.
                                                                                                                                                    5.10.2 If any provision of this contract is held invalid or
beyond Contiki’s control) we will give a full refund of any monies        4.2 A fee of ￿15 per person will be charged for any revision or
                                                                                                                                                    unenforcable by any court of competent jurisdiction, that provision
paid to us less reasonable expenses incurred by us in respect of          alteration made to a reservation after the booking is confirmed,
                                                                                                                                                    shall be deemed to be re-written to give effect to the same
your booking.                                                             unless the change increases the value of the booking. A change
                                                                                                                                                    purpose within the permitted limits of the law. The validity and
4.5 Contiki is not responsible for the cost of any other travel           of booking within 45 days of departure will be treated as a
                                                                                                                                                    enforcability of the other provisions shall not be affected.
arrange-ments affected due to cancellation or the rescheduling of         cancellation and normal cancellation fees will apply (as detailed
                                                                                                                                                    5.10.3 If you are unsuccessful in any legal action instituted against
any holiday.                                                              in section 3) except when the change is to an earlier departure
                                                                                                                                                    us, you agree to pay all our costs, including but not limited to,
5. HOLIDAY DETAILS AND CONDITIONS                                         date of equivalent or greater value, in which case a ￿15 per person
                                                                                                                                                    attorney/client costs.
5.1 The information in our brochure is correct to the best of our         amendment fee will be charged.
                                                                                                                                                    6. INSURANCE Contiki very strongly recommend that you take out
knowledge at the time of going to print (November, 2010) but we           4.3 A name change to a different person will be treated as a
                                                                                                                                                    comprehensive insurance cover for cancellation, medical expenses,
cannot guarantee that any item or amenity mentioned will be               cancellation.
                                                                                                                                                    personal accident, personal baggage, money and public liability
available especially where we have no direct control over it.             5. HOLIDAY DETAILS AND CONDITIONS
                                                                                                                                                    before joining a Contiki holiday. This should be arranged at the
5.2 Contiki will do their best, at their discretion, to select            5.1 Please read the brochure carefully for those items included
                                                                                                                                                    time of payment of the deposit and will, in certain circumstances,
accommodation, sightseeing tours and transportation to give you           in the price. No allowance or refund can be made for meals,
                                                                                                                                                    cover you against loss of deposit or cancellation fees from the date
good value for money.                                                     accommodation, excursions, etc. that you elect not to take, or when
                                                                                                                                                    of confirmation of your booking, as shown in the insurance policy.
5.3 Contiki constantly strives to improve tour itineraries and            museums, shops, etc are closed. Hotel facilities may vary from
                                                                                                                                                    You also agree to indemnify us against all third-party claims,
features. If such improvements can be made, or unforeseen                 place to place. Meals may vary in style.
                                                                                                                                                    actions, damages and remedies which may be brought against us
circumstances beyond our control make changes necessary, we               5.2 Contiki's holidays are specifically planned for those in the 18
                                                                                                                                                    in respect of your participation in the holiday.
reserve the right to vary itineraries and to substitute hotels. Contiki   through 35 age group. Consequently the facilities and activities on
                                                                                                                                                    7. ILLNESS OR ABSENTEEISM In the event of your withdrawal from
is not responsible for any other travel arrangements affected due         a Contiki holiday are not appropriate to persons outside this age
                                                                                                                                                    a holiday after the commencement as a result of illness, you must
to our cancellations.                                                     bracket. If you have a question regarding the age groups, you are
                                                                                                                                                    obtain a medical certificate in support of any insurance claim. No
6. LIABILITY                                                              welcome to discuss this with a Contiki staff member.
                                                                                                                                                    refunds will be made for any absence from the tour.
6.1 Your travel agent shall, on the receipt of any monies, hold such      5.3 Contiki must be advised of any medical conditions or physical
                                                                                                                                                    8. WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED IN THE HOLIDAY PRICE: Airfares to and
monies for you until the booking is confirmed at which time those         disability requiring special attention before you book your holiday.
                                                                                                                                                    from your holiday destination (unless you have booked a tour
monies shall be remitted promptly by your travel agent to us. All         If you do not advise us at this stage, we may refuse to accept your
                                                                                                                                                    and fly package), airport taxes, passport and visa fees, insurance,
such monies received by us will be deposited as required by law.          booking. We may also refuse you if we feel that the holiday chosen
                                                                                                                                                    laundry, phone calls, beverages, meals not detailed in the itinerary,
Any money paid to a travel agent where land arrangements and a            is not suitable without a suitably qualified companion. Contiki
                                                                                                                                                    tips to representatives, drivers and local guides, items of a personal
                                                                          will try to help you with your requirements but cannot guarantee
                                                                                                                                                    nature, excess baggage, optional excursions.

                                                                                         ALETOUR TOUR OPERATOR ( Exclusive Sales Agent ) / 16 June 2012 / 38
9. WEATHER CONDITIONS Under no circumstances can we be held                 baggage. Whilst we cannot accept any responsibility for any loss         5 day London Explorer which are operated by Contiki Travel (UK)
responsible for snow or weather conditions, nor can any holiday be          as a result of such actions or as a result of any act or omission of     Ltd. The principle operator of the Croatian Island Cruising product
cancelled or amended by you at any time on the basis of snow or             any such third-parties, we will give every reasonable assistance in      is Katarina Lines. Their terms & conditions apply (available upon
weather conditions.                                                         helping to resolve any reasonable dispute. Please also note that         request).
10. LUGGAGE RESTRICTIONS For our Concept and Timeout trips,                 Contiki cannot be held responsible for the failure of any of these       Contiki’s Europe Winter programmes are operated by Contiki
luggage is restricted to one reasonable sized, non-expanding                parties to provide facilities or services for handicapped clients (see   Holidays Limited, Picquet House, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel
suitcase size up to 29” x 20” x 10” (73cm x 50cm x25cm) and the             also 5.3 under Holiday Details & Conditions).                            Islands, with the exception of the England & Scotland tour,
maximum weight of 20 kilos (44lbs.) plus one small hand/day                 1.5 Please note that no airline or carrier depicted or recommended       Hogmanay, and the 3 & 5 day London Explorer, which are operated
bag that can go on the coach with you. No metal frame backpacks             in this brochure by virtue of their endorsement of this brochure         by Contiki Travel (UK) Ltd.
are allowed. Contiki reserves the right to refuse to accept larger          represent themselves either as contracting with any purchaser of a       Contiki’s Asian programmes are operated as a division of Contiki
suitcases on tour. However on Camping tours, the maximum                    holiday from Contiki or as having any other legal relationship with      Holidays (Australia) Pty Ltd. is a subsidiary of Contiki Tours
dimensions are 28”x18”x9” (70cmx45cmx23cm) with a maximum                   any such purchaser.                                                      International Ltd, Picquet House, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1AF,
weight of 20 kilos (44lbs). On ski holidays you may bring one pair of       1.6 Every effort is made to ensure brochure accuracy at the time         Channel Islands.
skis and ski boots.                                                         of going to print, however Contiki cannot be held responsible for        Contiki’s Australian and New Zealand programmes are operated
GENERAL                                                                     printing or typographical errors, or errors arising from unforeseen      by Contiki Holidays (Australia) Pty Ltd and Contiki Holidays (New
1. CONTRACTING PARTIES                                                      circumstances.                                                           Zealand) Limited.
1.1 The Booking Conditions detailed herein contain the entire               2. ARBITRATION Disputes arising out of, or in connection with,           Contiki’s South American programmes are operated by Contiki US
contract between you and Contiki. No representation, term,                  this contract which cannot be amicably settled, may be referred          Holdings Inc, 801 East Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92805.
warranty or condition can be expressed or implied by reference              to arbitration, if the customer so wishes, under a special               Contiki’s America & Canada itineraries are operated by Contiki
to any other writing, advertisement or conversation. This contract          scheme arranged by the Association of British Travel Agents,             US Holdings, 801 East Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92805 with
may only be varied in writing by a duly authorised officer or               and administered independently by the Chartered Institute of             the exception of the Mexico tours which are operated by Journey
director of Contiki.                                                        Arbitrators. The scheme provides for a simple and inexpensive            Mexico, Francisco Medina Ascencio #2039. Interior #205 Puerto
1.2 Your contract is with us as the tour operating company. At              method of arbitration on documents alone with restricted                 Vallarta, Jalisco CP 48333 Mexico.
any time and at our complete discretion we may nominate to                  liability on the customer in respect of costs. Full details will be      IMPORTANT NOTICE: ABTA statement: Contiki Holidays Limited
you in writing any other company or person to have the benefit              provided on request or can be obtained from the ABTA website             are a member of ABTA under membership number Y1792. ABTA
of some or all of those provisions of this contract, which we may           (www.abta.com). The scheme does not apply to claims for an               and ABTA Members help holidaymakers to get the most from
then specify, as if you had agreed the provisions concerned directly        amount greater than ￿5,000 per person. There is also a limit             their travel and assist when things don’t go according to plan.
with that company or person in the first place as well as agreeing          of ￿25,000 per booking form. Neither does it apply to claims,            We are obliged to maintain a high standard of service to you by
them with us. We may at our complete discretion assign all or any           which are solely in respect of physical injury or illness or their       ABTA’s Code of Conduct. For more information on ABTA, the Code
rights and liabilities arising under or by virtue of this or any other      consequences. The scheme can however deal with compensation              of Conduct and the arbitration scheme available to you if you have
contract with you.                                                          claims which include an element of minor injury or illness subject       a complaint, contact ABTA, 30 Park Street, London SE1 9EQ, tel 020
1.3 Transportation companies, airlines etc. are not to be                   to a limit of ￿1,000 on the amount the arbitrator can award per          3117 0500 www.abta.com
held responsible for any act, omission or event during the                  person in respect of this element. The application for arbitration       DATA PROTECTION STATEMENT Please be assured that we have
time passengers are not on board planes, transportation or                  and Statement of Claim must be received by the Chartered                 measures in place to protect the personal booking information
conveyances. We rely on international convention which may apply            Institute of Arbitrators within twelve months of the date of return      held by us. This information will be passed on to the principal
to the services provided by us, our suppliers or agents with respect        from the holiday. Outside this time limit arbitration under the          and to the relevant suppliers of your travel arrangements. The
to any claim of any nature brought by you against us as a result of         Scheme may still be available if the company agrees, but the ABTA        information may also be provided to public authorities such as
the provision of those services. International conventions which            code does not require such agreement.                                    customs or immigration if required by them, or as required by law.
apply may include: Warsaw Convention 1929, (as amended by                   3. VALIDITY                                                              Certain information may also be passed on to security or credit
Hague Protocol and Montreal Protocol) in relation to air travel, or         Contiki’s European programmes are valid from March 2011 to               checking companies. If you travel outside the European Economic
Montreal Convention; the Berne Convention for rail travel; Athens           March 2012.                                                              Area, controls on data protection may not be as strong as the legal
Convention 1974 for carriage by sea; the Geneva Convention for              Contiki’s Europe Winter programmes are valid from October 2011           requirements in this country. We will only pass your information
carriage by road and the Paris Convention 1962 for Hotels. We               to March 2012                                                            on to persons responsible for your travel arrangements. This
are to be regarded as having all benefit of these conventions on            Contiki’s Asian programmes are valid from January 2011 to April          applies to any sensitive information that you give to us such as
limiting our liability in relation to any claim for death, injury, loss,    2012.                                                                    details of any disabilities, or dietary/religious requirements. (If we
damage and delay to passengers and luggage. Enrollment in and               Contiki’s Australian and New Zealand programmes are valid from           cannot pass this information to the relevant suppliers, whether
payment for a tour shall constitute agreement and acceptance                March 2011 to September 2012.                                            in the EEA or not, we will be unable to provide your booking. In
by the passenger of the terms and conditions set forth in this              Contiki’s South American programmes are valid from November              making this booking, you consent to this information being passed
brochure which cannot be varied except in writing by an officer of          2011 to January 2013.                                                    on to the relevant persons.). Where the data might be passed on
the Company.                                                                Contiki’s America & Canada programmes are valid from November            for marketing purposes, you have the right to opt out of future
1.4 Contiki is not a carrier or hotelier nor does it own aircraft, hotels   2010 to March 2012                                                       marketing. You also have a right of access to data held which can
or coaches. All bookings with carriers, hoteliers and other service         4. OPERATING COMPANIES                                                   be obtained by writing to Contiki Holidays Limited. Picquet House,
providers are subject to the terms and conditions and limitations           Contiki’s European programmes are operated by Contiki Holidays           St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1AF, Channel Islands.
of liability imposed by those carriers, hoteliers, and other service        Limited, Picquet House, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands,        For further advice please visit - www.fco.gov.uk/knowbeforeyougo
providers. Please note that some of these limit or exclude liability        with the exception of the Great Britain & Ireland, Edinburgh             or call the ABTA Information Line Tel: 020 3117 0500 (calls are
in respect of death, personal injury, delay and loss or damage to           Festival & Military Tattoo and St Patrick’s Day tours, and the 3 &       charged at local rate)




         Informations and reservations please contact ALETOUR Tour Operator ( baltic@aletour.com )
         Aletour Tour Operator is Contiki's Exclusive Sales Agent in Baltic States.




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