Depart from Montreal at 7:00 am. If the season allows, we will arrive at Stanstead for picking and tasting blueberries in a Blueberry garden. Then we visit the Blue Lavender. Lavender is a plant widely used for the composition of perfumes and medicines. Originally cultivated in the Mediterranean, Europe. It is well known in Provence, France. This plant with purple flowers arranged in spikes was used by the Romans to keep the clothes and the bathroom perfumed since the Middle Ages. Located in the picturesque village of Fitch Bay south of Magog, Blue Lavender is the only Canadian lavender producer with more than 300,000 lavender plants! This haven offers fragrance and natural beauty. A guided tour brings you to discover the distillery and the interpretive center. We may watch a movie introducing the history of Blue Lavender and the beautiful fields. After lunch, we leave to visit the Coaticook Gorge Park, where we can find the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in North America. Crossing the river at a height of 50 meters (164 feet), this attraction offers an exceptional view of the throat and enchanting landscapes typical of the Townships. The scenery of the virgin forest will let you feel the breath of nature and forget about the noise in the metropolis. We will come back to Montreal in the evening.
Price Includes: English/ French Speaking Guide, Transportation, Taxes.
* Service charge for driver & guide: adult $7, Child(0-12) $5
* Coaticook Park: adults $9.5, child (0-15)$4.5
* Blueberry Garden: adult $7.5, Child (0-11) $7.5
* Blue lavender:17$ , Child (0-11) $0
* Travel insurance
Due to COVID-19, itinerary and attractions are subject to change without notice
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Departure site: 1242 Rue Stanely. Montreal (Metro Peel Exit St-Catherine)