- May 9, 2022–May 16, 2022
- $3,195 (double occupancy)
As of November 4, this tour is full but we are accepting names for a wait list. To join the wait list, use the "register" button and sign up via Witte Travel. You will only be charged if a space opens up and you confirm your interest again at that time.
Wander historic Old Montréal with its cobblestone streets reflecting centuries of French history and culture. Travel along the St. Lawrence River with a stop in Trois-Rivières, the city of three rivers. Explore the architectural masterpieces of the basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré as well as Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, North America’s oldest stone church. Delight in a visit to Île d’Orléans where the entire island is a designated historical district with plentiful agricultural heritage and gorgeous scenery. Take a cable car up to view Montmorency Falls. All this and more awaits you during this tour which includes three days in Montreal and four days in Quebec City. See the tour brochure for additional sites and activities.
Note that the itinerary includes two walking tours as well as walking on cobblestone streets and climbing stairs.
To enhance your learning, tour leader Dr. Karin Maag will provide three lectures during the trip, and a Witte tour manager will accompany the tour group for the entire trip as well.
Dr. Karin Maag was born and brought up in Montreal, Canada, so this tour brings her back to familiar sites! She has served as director of the Meeter Center for Calvin Studies and professor of History at Calvin University since 1997. Her area of specialty is the social history of the Reformation, but she enjoys all areas of history, and has gladly shared her knowledge and expertise with CALL participants every semester since 2000! In her spare time she enjoys swimming, riding her bicycle, baking, choral singing, and reading historical fiction.
The tour cost is $3,195 USD per person based on double occupancy. The single supplement is $730 USD. This pricing is based on flights from Grand Rapids to Montreal and Quebec City to Grand Rapids, but departures from other destinations can be arranged for an additional fee.
Optional travel protection is available through Travelex Insurance Services. See their website for an overview of what coverage is included or excluded related to COVID-19, and see the tour brochure for a link to the full policy.
U.S. passengers: Please note that a valid passport is required for entry into Canada. Because arrival will be by air, an enhanced driver's license will not be sufficient for entry.
The registration deadline has passed.