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Road trip: Montreal > Mont Tremblant > Quebec City > Tadoussac

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Hi all, 

We (me and the girlfriend) are 2 weeks into our 1 year around the world trip. We are currently based in Montreal and have a place untill the end of July. 

Our initial plan was to travel accross canada but with the train pass costing around $1000 alone we have have decided against.  We have come up with this as an alternative.

Road trip: Montreal > Mont Tremblant > Quebec City > Tadoussac (Whale watching)


We  would really appreciate any infomation/pointers including do's, donts.

Firstly:  should we hire a 4x4 and drive (cheapest place to hire & approx how much would it cost in fuel?)
Or travel by bus/train? (which companies?)

What are peoples thoughts on the route? Should we leave anything out? Are there any other places we must see?

Also places to stay

Please not we are on a fairly tight budget.

Thanks in advance

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