- 3 Days
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TOBERMORY AND MANITOULIN ISLAND
Tiny Tobermory at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula is terrific! A quaint village on “Little Tub” harbour, Tobermory is a delight that stuffs art galleries, boutiques, and eateries on cute streets.
Beyond the bustle are wild woods, fresh breezes, the escarpment, and open water. This is where nature lovers, food lovers, and shoppers flock! Craigie’s Fish and Chips is a lunchtime-must, serving up grease baskets since 1932. Sit in the shade of 19th-century lighthouses that didn’t do such a great job back in the day – there are over 20 historic shipwrecks sleeping in the clear fresh water. Early the next morning, board the MS Chi-Cheemaun and enjoy pristine views of Manitoulin Island, the largest freshwater island in the world!
Follow a footpath to waterfalls, picturesque hamlets, and trading posts, and a sunset dinner cruise aboard the Grand Heron. After a night on the island you’ll board the ferry and make your way back to Tobermory then stop at St Edmunds & Peninsula Museum where you’ll have the opportunity to tour a 19th century one-room schoolhouse museum and visit the tiny 1875 cabin where Jacob and Agnes Belrose raised a family of eight children.
• Bridal Veil Falls
• Old Mill Heritage Centre
• Church of Immaculate Conception
• 10 Mile Point Trading Post
• Assiginack Museum and Church
• St. Edmunds & Peninsula Museum
Motorcoach transportation, 2 nights accommodation, 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 3 dinners, all highlights listed, Tour Director, Connections Program and all taxes.
• Tobermory: Bruce Anchor Motel (1 night)
• Manitoulin: Manitoulin Hotel (1 night)
On your final day, you will enjoy a nice breakfast and before boarding the ferry, visit St Edmunds & Peninsula Museum where you’ll have the opportunity to tour a 19th century one room school house museum and visit an 1875 cabin where Jacob and Agnes Belrose raised a family of eight children before making your way home.make your way back to Tobermory, and after, enjoy a stop at
Meals : B,D
Travellers could be required to walk on uneven surfaces regularly, and the day could be busy with activities from morning until evening. Any daytime rest is taken while travelling on the motorcoach from one attraction to another. There may also be a number of one-night stays that necessitate the need to pack up each morning. Many of our overseas tours fall into this category.