Carnaval De Quebec – 3 Days

Come to Quebec, the World’s Snow Capital, for a three day celebration of winter and Canadian heritage!


Program Summary

You’ll visit the largest winter carnival in the world! Every year, the Québec Winter Carnival continues to focus on putting winter front and center by organizing a wide variety of popular activities, while never losing sight of the historic and cultural character of Québec City.

Program Highlights & Inclusions

  • Professional ETA Tour Manager throughout your trip
  • Transportation throughout your trip
  • Walking tour of Old City and Carnival exhibits
  • Ice-toboggan at the Chateau Frontenac
  • Normandin Soap Box Derby
  • Visit to St. Anne de Beaupre Cathedral
  • Visit to Chute Montmorency Waterfalls

Daily Itinerary


Upon arrival, you’ll meet your local guide and go to your hotel to check in to your rooms. If rooms aren’t ready, you’ll be able to check your bags.

From there you’ll start a walking tour of the Old City and Carnaval exhibits. Be sure to wear warm clothes and boots, as you’ll be out and about for several hours. The tour will include: Money Exchange, The Ice Castle, Chateau Frontenac, Lower Town & The Old Port, The Citadelle Walk along the St. Lawrence, The Ice Sculptures, Old City Wall, Tubing, Sledding & Ice Tobogganing.

After the tour, you’ll return to the hotel. This evening’s dinner will be at Le Petit Chateau, a well known restaurant inside the Old City.

After dinner, you’ll walk over to the ice-toboggan track behind the Chateau Frontenac for a few rides! After you’ve had your fill of tobogganing, you’ll return to the hotel for the evening.


This morning you’ll have breakfast at the hotel and then start your day by getting to see the Normandin Soap Box Derby, right outside the hotel.

You’ll meet in the hotel lobby and walk to the bus stop outside the old city. Then, you’ll take a ride to St. Anne de Beaupre Cathedral. This magnificent cathedral is the destination of religious pilgrims and is well known for its miraculous power to cure the sick. Next, you’ll visit Chute Montmorency Waterfalls where you will catch a close up view of one of North America’s tallest waterfalls. You can also take a sleigh ride (minus the sleigh) down the ice bubble which forms at the base of the falls!

You will then return back to the hotel to freshen up and relax before dinner.

This evening, you’ll dine at Restaurant Le Bonaparte and then return to your hotel for the evening.


You will have breakfast and check out of the hotel. You will load your bags on the bus and depart for home.

You’ll stop at the duty free shop at the border on your way home. Here you can exchange any remaining Canadian money back to the U.S. and make purchases of duty free items.

Our Price Guarantee

We know how hidden costs can ruin a program. Our tours are fully inclusive; there are no hidden costs or surcharges. Once your group enrolls in a trip, the price will never change. Here is what you will get on every trip:


Every program is unique & tailored for your group.

Flexible Payments

A variety of online, scheduled & recurring payment options.

Affordability & Quality

Providing the best experience & best value for your dollar.

Chaperones Travel Free

Just tell us how many free places you need.

Insurance Plans

Medical, trip delay cancellation & optional “any reason” option.

Transportation Covered

We include all transportation to, from and during your trip.

Paid Entrance Fees

Fees and/or tickets are covered if included in your itinerary.

Paid Meals

You choose which meals are included in your program.