Fantastic volunteering holiday only £1099 Help blind people discover Canada 1st to 16th March 2013
Edinburgh

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Looking for a new, more satisfying way to explore the world? Why not be the eyes for blind travellers in Canada for an amazing price of just £1099 from 20th to 31st May 2013! Due to a cancellation, we are currently able to offer this holiday to sighted travellers for this incredible price including flights, accommodation and excursions! (Original sighted price £1199, blind price £2399).
For this amazing offer call us today and quote 'GT2012' on +44 (0) 8448 040 221. Limited space available so get in touch today!
Traveleyes is a travel company with a difference. We provide holidays for both blind/visually impaired and sighted travellers, travelling together in a spirit of mutual independence.....
.....and we venture to some of the most fascinating of world destinations.

Stretching magnificently between the Pacific, the Atlantic, the Arctic and the rest of the Americas, Canada is optimistic, breathtaking and vast. On this great Traveleyes Canada experience we focus upon the Eastern side of the vast landmass, to visit cosmopolitan cities and endless expanses of nature in a package which is simply brimming with sights, sounds, history, colourful stories and countless delights. Here is your opportunity to join us as we gasp, marvel and luxuriate in the diversity of experience that is... Canada!

What's Included:
Flights and transfers
3 star accommodation
All breakfasts
Local tour guides
Services of a Traveleyes tour manager
Included Excursions:
Guided tour of Montreal
Guided tour of Quebec City
Guided tour of Toronto
Extra Excursions:
Day trip to Niagara Falls (optional)
Day trip to Ottawa (optional)
Thousand Islands Cruise (optional)
Fort Henry (optional)
Wolfe Island (optional)

Itinerary:

Day 1: Montreal
Private transfer from the airport to our hotel in the city.

Day 2: Montreal
This morning we embark on a sightseeing tour of Montreal, distinguished as one of Canada's most unique cities, thanks to its dual English and French cultural heritage.

Day 3: Day trip to Quebec City
This morning we head north for our (included) day trip to the utterly charming city of Quebec. This afternoon, we have the option to make the short trip to the impressive Montmorency Falls, before making our return to Montreal.

Day 4: Optional day trip to Ottawa
Today is free for you to relax and explore Montreal at your own pace. Alternatively, you may choose to join us for an optional day trip to Canada's capital city, Ottawa. Upon arrival in Ottawa we'll enjoy a guided city tour, highlights of which will include the National Art Gallery, the Rideau Canal, Sussex Drive, the Byward Market, the Embassy district, the Canadian Mint and, of course, Parliament Hill.

Day 5: Kingston
This morning we depart for our journey through the beautiful 'Thousand Islands' region to visit Kingston, a lakeside city built upon a grand historic heritage which successfully blends the beauty of yesterday with the sophistication and activities of today. The rest of the day will be free for you to explore Kingston's bustling heart and stroll along its appealing waterfront. Alternatively, you may perhaps choose to join us for a relaxing cruise among the exquisite Thousand Islands.

Day 6: Kingston
Today is free for you to relax and explore Kingston in greater depth. One option could be to take the short ferry crossing to Wolfe Island, the largest of the Thousand Islands and located where Lake Ontario ends and the St. Lawrence River begins its resolute journey to the Atlantic. Alternatively, you may decide to investigate life as an 18th century soldier at Fort Henry, an authentic British military fortress and Ontario's only UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 7: Toronto
Today we journey south to acquaint ourselves with the multicultural metropolis that is Toronto, famed for its magnificent skyline, lovely lakeside waterfront and fine landmarks such as the CN Tower. This afternoon will be free for us to relax and explore this fascinating city in some detail.

Day 8: Toronto
On our city tour you'll feel a sense of wonder as we step back in time at Casa Loma, Toronto's most romantic historic mansion with its elegantly decorated suites, secret passageways, stately towers, luxurious stables and beautiful 5 acre estate gardens. Another attraction worth a visit Canada's most recognisable and celebrated icon, the CN Tower, which defines the Toronto skyline and offers breathtaking views over the city.

Day 9: Day trip to Niagara Falls
Perhaps you'll decide to join us on our visit to one of the most celebrated natural wonders of the world, Niagara Falls. Here you can

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