Photos: ToBrook (Éric Gagnon)



Julien has been traveling/living in camper vans about 3 years now, from Montreal to Florida and from New York to Mexico!

The best way to experience the foliage in Canada! A 950 miles (1500 km) road trip to discover our favorite places around La Belle Province cruising on the south side of the St-Lawrence River up to Trois-Pistoles where a ferry crosses to Les Escoumins and back to Montreal exploring the sceneries on the north shore.

Dates: October 1st to October 8th, 2017
Single occupancy: 1495 USD / 1925 CAD
Double occupancy: 1095 USD / 1425 CAD
3rd traveler:  450 USD / 595 CAD
Bring your own van (max 2 vans): 450 USD / 595 CAD

> To apply for the tour:

[email protected]

What’s included:
- 1 GMC Savana* Safari Condo conversion van (see pictures and floor plans). 
- Sheets and everything you need to enjoy the ride.
- Shuttle from downtown Montreal (and back) to the van pick-up location. 
- All campgrounds.
- Fun team of local guides.
- Food and beer for the first 2 days
- Car insurance (with a 1,125 USD / 1500 CAD deductible**)
- Go-van swag bag.

*Possibility to upgrade to a Dodge Pro-Master Safari Condo conversion for 110 USD / 150 CAD more
** Possibility to purchase another additional plan with 0 deductible for 75 USD / 100 CAD

Not included:
Gas (approx 80 USD / 110 CAD per tank - 500km / 300 miles per tank)
Ferry (70 USD / 100$ for 1 couple)
Food from day 3 until the end. We’ll grab groceries on the way and you’ll want to pick up food in every town we’ll stop! 

ROUTE OVERVIEW (Sunday Oct 1st to Sunday Oct 8th):

Levis / Quebec city 
We will visit Quebec City at night for those who want to join us.

Kamouraska / Trois-Pistoles 
Lunch in Kamouraska, one of the most beautiful villages in Quebec and camp in Trois-Pistoles to get ready for the ferry ride on the next day.

Les Escoumins / Tadoussac (2 nights)
2 nights in a unique campground where whales are coming so close we can watch them from the shore. 

Baie-Saint-Paul / Charlevoix (2 nights)
Beautiful area to enjoy hiking and to taste local products. 

Île d’Orleans 
A National Historic Site of Canada, it's the perfect place to relax before going back to Montreal.


And finally back to Montreal!
We’ll be a maximum of 10 guests and 3 guides caravaning with our self-contained freedom vessels. This is a unique way to explore Quebec and meet new friends along the way!.

> To apply for the tour:
[email protected]

Itinerary in a nutshell:

The van interior (see floor plans):

[email protected]