The diversity of French Canadian heritage is combined with the history and hospitality of the Indigenous Nations of Quebec. Together, this package offers a truly unique vacation experience.
$860 per person*
Montreal to Quebec City: Wendake Tours Itinerary
Hôtel Le Crystal is like no other hotel in Montréal. The hotel is just steps from the Centre Bell and the shops, restaurants and clubs of Rue St. Catherine. To sweeten the deal just a little more, we’ve handpicked our exclusive collection of hotel deals and vacation packages. Find the deal that suits you best and come experience the “Très Montréal” lifestyle!
Dine at the hotels Bistro Laurentien La Coupole which showcases innovative cuisine using products from local artisans from the regions between the Laurentian mixed forest and the south of Québec. Dishes are inspired by the old-fashioned cooking of the families who built today’s Québec, the First Nations’ traditional cuisine and the diverse waves of newcomers who shaped Montréal’s culinary heritage.
With over one million visitors a year, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most popular museums in the country and a must-see on any Montreal, Quebec Tour. It is renowned for its encyclopedic collection featuring over 41,000 works of art – the only one of its kind in Canada – and its original temporary exhibitions. Explore its four pavilions, including the Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion of Quebec and Canadian Art, which showcases over one hundred Inuit and Indigenous works of art.
The Inuit Art collection, which takes up the entire fourth level of the Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion of Quebec and Canadian Art, bears witness to the Inuit artistic practice, past and present. It illustrates how the Inuit identity draws on both ancient legends and modern-day changes to their way of life.
On Level 3, early and contemporary Indigenous art is showcased in the Founding Identities gallery, highlighting the critical and introspective perspectives of the First Nations regarding their contact with Europeans.
Pointe-à-Callière is the only major archaeology museum in all of Québec and Canada; its museum complex rises above a concentrated number of national historic and archaeological sites that illustrate major eras in the history of Montréal, Québec, and Canada. It is located in Old Montreal, which dates back to the 17th century, and is one of many great stops in any guided Montreal tour or any self-guided tour.Website: PACmusee.qc.ca
The heart of the Huron Wendat beats at the rhythm of the Kabir Kouba Waterfall, a natural site of rare beauty, which presents, as the seasons go by, an awe-inspiring scene, continually renewed. Why be astonished when, as soon as 1697, the Huron Wendat established, in this location, their village. A path, starting on the side of Place des Nations, gives access and allows to hear the roar of the gushing water and become captivated by the exceptional natural location of this canyon of 42 metres deep.Website: HotelPremieresNations.ca
A dining experience that perpetuates the millennial tradition of sharing and a refined meal celebrating the abundance of nature. Our exclusive menu, carefully developed by Executive Chef Martin Gagné, features dishes inspired by First Nations cuisine prepared with what has been hunted, fished or gathered. In the summer, you may enjoy your meal on our terrace while you contemplate the beautiful outdoor setting.Website: RestaurantLaTraite.ca
We welcome you to the Traditional Huron site “ONHOÜA CHETEK8E”, the most authentic recreation of a Quebec Indian village. This site offers to visitors a unique opportunity to discover the history, the culture and the lifestyle of Hurons of the past and of today.
A journey into the heart of Huron traditions, past and present. Visitors are welcomed all year long by a guide dressed in a Huron traditional costume.The guided tour consists of:
- Visit of the Long House, (Huron’s traditional housing). Presentation of the Huron’s way of life.
- Visit of the smokehouse and the drying tent. Comments on methods of food preservation.
- Visit of the sweating tent. Presentation on purification techniques used by our ancestors
- We make stop at the giant tee-pee. Information about the way of life of Native Indians from different Québec Nations.
- Presentation on traditional means of transportation and on the making of canoes and snowshoes. Visitors are invited to take a seat in large canoes to listen to the guide.
- Presentation on the present life of the Hurons in the village of Wendake.
The guided tour is offered all year long come snow, rain or shine. All exhibits are covered in case of rain and can accommodate an entire group.
The “NEK8ARRE” restaurant is located on the site. The menus offered include authentic cuisine essentially game based (bison, deer, wapiti) and fish (salmon and trout). All menus include traditional soup, main course and dessert. Enjoy our rustically decorated dinning room. A shady terrace is also available during the summer season.Website: Huron-Wendat.qc.ca/en/Restaurant
For a pleasant trip by canoe, kayak, paddleboard or a legendary Rabaska, you have at home the possibility of an escape in a calm river, in the heart of a natural environment.Website: CanotsLegare.com
This urban hotel is a 4-minute walk from the historic Saint-Roch district, 1.7 miles from Château Frontenac and 2 miles from the Plains of Abraham battle site and park. Sleek rooms with modern furnishings are equipped with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus either European-style showers or Japanese soaking tubs. Suites add panoramic views of the city.Website: StarwoodHotels.com
Authentic Indigenous Experiences
Authentic indigenous experiences are delivered by indigenous tourism businesses located from across Canada and many are members of the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC).
Indigenous Tourism can be defined as all tourism businesses majority owned, operated and/or controlled by First Nations, Metis, or Inuit Peoples that can demonstrate a connection and responsibility to the local indigenous community and traditional territory where the operation resides.x
This package includes experiences with the following authentic Indigenous tourism businesses:
- Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations, NEK8ARRE Restaurant, and Huron-Wendat Traditional Site ONHOÜA CHETEK8E: owned by the Huron Wendat Nation
- 4 nights deluxe accommodations
- 3 days self drive car rental
- 1 dinner Restaurante La Traite
- Guided tour Wendat traditional site
- 1 lunch Nek8arre restaurant
- Return airfare between Montreal and Quebec City
- Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
- St Charles canoe trip and luncheon
- Comprehensive documentation package including driving directions and stops along the way
* Package price is the suggested starting price per person based on a double occupancy and does not include taxes.
** Flight option not included in package price. Transportation may vary to customer request and availability.
Montreal to Quebec City: Wendake Tours Image Gallery
Huron-Wendat Traditional Site
Old Montreal and Pointe-à-Callière Museum
Restaurant La Traite, Wendake
Hotel Pur Quebec a Tribute, Quebec City
L'Hotel-musée Premières Nations, Wendake
L'Hotel-musée Premières Nations, Wendake
Canoe or Kayak on the St. Charles River
Hotel Le Crystal, Montreal
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts