-Unique culinary and shopping destinations: Byward Market
Day 1Toronto– Ottawa
In the morning， we will depart from Toronto， heading towards the Capital of Canada-Ottawa.
We will first visit the Canadian Air and Space Museum. Then we will abord to a River Cruise Tour in Ottawa. It's the best opportunity to take pictures of Ottawa River Views！
In the night， we will have the chance to enjoy a Raclette Ssavoyarde dinner.
Dinner time: 1 hrs (fee applied)
In the morning， we will continue exploring the beauty of tulip around Ottawa， which is known as “tulip capital". In 1945， the Dutch royal family sent 100，000 tulip bulbs to Ottawa in gratitude for Canadians having sheltered the future Queen Juliana and her family for the preceding three years during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands in the Second World War.
Since then， Netherland will send over 10，000 tulip bulbs to Ottawa every year， which have accumulated to over 1 million tulips in Ottawa.
We will then visit Byward Market. It is a buzzing hub of outdoor farmers’ market stalls and specialty food shops. Notably， there is a cookie name after former-president of United state Obama.
Proceed to the Canadian Museum of Nature (fee applied).
Afterwards， we will return to Toronto， ending the tours to the largest Tulip Festive in the world.
Transportation in air-conditioned tour coach.
1-night hotel accommodations，
English speaking tour guide.
All meals， admission fees or attractions， a service fee to the bus driver and tour guide CAD$14.00 per day per customer ($28/person entire trip) and all personal expense.
All fares are based on CAD， for guest only carried USD， should pay extra expense from the difference in exchange rate.
Canadian Museum of Nature
Ottawa Boat Cruise
Raclette Savoyarde Dinner
$25 (under 12)
Canada Aviation and Space Museum
(1-2 days)VIP Seat: (Fare should be paid upon reservation)