Canada-United States Border Map
Travel to Canada for 9 days, to enjoy with friends and family this exciting trip visiting cities such as Toronto, Ottawa, Quebec and Montreal watching the amazing flow of the Niagara Falls.
Breakfast. City tour of the city with its financial center, the old and new City Hall, the Provincial Parliament, the distinguished Yorkville district with its elegant stores and Chinatown. Stop for a photo stop at the CN Tower. Departure to Niagara-On-The-Lake and stop to visit its main street. Continuation to Niagara, where the waterfalls await us with their impressive flow of water. Hornblower boat ride to the center of the horseshoe formed by the falls. Overnight.
Breakfast. Early departure by the Transcanadian highway to Ottawa. Boat ride in the Thousand Islands area, at the source of the St. Lawrence River. Continuation to Ottawa, capital of the country. Upon arrival, panoramic visit of the city that will be completed the next day. Free time. Lodging.
If I have a Canadian visa, can I enter the United States?
On the first day we will arrive from our destination in the United States, starting our trip in NYC. After the transfer to the hotel, you will have free time. You will receive information about the start of the tour from our guides, or through the information signs located at the hotel reception.
After breakfast, we will tour Manhattan Island from north to south, passing by Wall Street, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Central Park, Columbus Circle, the AOL / Time Warner Building, neighborhoods such as the famous Village and Little Italy, Battery Park (where we will appreciate the view of the Statue of Liberty). As an optional, you can take a boat ride around Manhattan and appreciate the imposing architecture of the Big Apple. In the evening, we include a transfer to Times Square, the city’s iconic Broadway theaters with their neon signs.
After breakfast, you will have the day at leisure for sightseeing and shopping. As an option, we suggest a tour of the different boroughs of New York such as Bronx, Harlem, Queens and Brooklyn so you can appreciate their main attractions.
Crossing the Canada-United States border
CX888 and CX865/CX889 are not pre-approved flights by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), as they operate outside the hours of service of the U.S. pre-approval processing facility.
Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is mandatory for visa-exempt foreign nationals traveling to or through Canada by air. Travelers must apply for the eTA and receive approval prior to boarding their flight to Canada. Exceptions include U.S. citizens and travelers with a valid visa. For more information, visit Canada.ca/eTa, this link will open in a new window on a website operated by a third party and may not comply with the same accessibility policies as Cathay Pacific.
When traveling to the United States, you will be required by airport customs to present your exact address during your stay in the United States, as required by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection.
What are the borders of Canada?
Mexico has the largest network of consulates in the world in another country. There are currently 50 consulates in the United States, which can help you in case of an emergency or provide guidance on a wide range of issues. Remember that each consulate covers certain states and/or counties, so we recommend contacting the one closest to where you plan to visit.
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