About the Great Canadian Adventure Spring Break Program
This course examines Canada's history, culture, political and social systems, natural environment, and their impact on leisure. You will explore how nature and culture create and transform individual experiences. This trip gives you the chance to traveling through the three of Canada's greatest cities: Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal. The tour will finish in Niagara Falls Canada!
Montréal is the largest city in the Québec province. With a gorgeous triple-peaked hill in the center, Montreal is an island in the Saint Lawrence River. The French colonial, and Gothic styles are still seen throughout the cobblestone city along with an impressive Botanical Garden display. As if the Montreal is not enough, below the surface lies an enormous Underground City containing dozens of malls and connections to various Metro stations.
Check out all that Montreal has to offer here: http://www.tourisme-montreal.org/
Welcome to Canada’s capital! Ottawa sits in the southeastern province of Ontario right on the Ottawa River. Parliament Hill can be found in the center of this city along with grand Victorian architecture and museums throughout. The Rideau Canal is lined by parks and full of outdoor activities year round. We will even watch an Ottawa Senators hockey game in the land where hockey is the nation's favorite sport!
Explore the excitement that awaits in Canada's capital here: https://www.ottawatourism.ca/
Toronto is a relevant Canadian city along Lake Ontario with one of the most impressive skylines one will ever see. Toronto is a dynamic metropolis surrounded by skyscrapers, the iconic CN Tower, and surprisingly a variety of green parks and trails along with a wildlife zoo.
See what else makes Toronto unique here: http://www.seetorontonow.com/
For more information about this program, please contact Lindsay Crane, firstname.lastname@example.org or Lindsay Lau, email@example.com.
Housing and Orientation
Students will stay in hotels and/or hotels for the duration of the program.
Fees for the Great Canadian Adventure- $1,539.48
Included in Program Cost:
Tuition (1 Credit)
Program Acceptance Fee
Pre-departure Orientation Materials
Accommodation (hostels and/or hotels)
In-country program transportation
Field trips and activities
Brockport’s Study Abroad Office Services – including Brockport Faculty Directors
Various campus fees ** (College Fee, Technology Fee, ect.)
SUNY International Health Insurance *
Visas (if needed)
Transportation to and from JFK
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses (includes entertainment, souvenirs, ect.)
The actual amount that you will spend depends heavily on your style of living, and will vary with each individual's personal spending habits, entertainment preferences and travel choices.
Financial aid applies towards fees.
*The SUNY International Health Insurance is mandatory and will be included on the student's Brockport invoice.
**Varies depending on the SUNY campus at which the participant pays tuition.
Students will receive 1 credit for this program.
March 11 - Depart, drive to Montreal. Welcome group dinner in Montreal.
March 12 - Montreal
March 13 - Montreal
March 14 - Drive from Montreal to Ottawa.
March 15 - Drive from Ottawa to Toronto.
March 16 - Toronto
March 17 - Toronto - Niagara Falls. Closing group dinner, drive to Brockport.
Group activites include: Food Tour, Parliment Tour, City Activities (zoo, museum, Hockey Hall of Fame), Ottawa Senators vs Tampa Bay Lightening Hockey Game, and more!
March 11 - March 17, 2017