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NEW BRUNSWICK ~ PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND ~ NOVA SCOTIA

Cities/Towns:          Baddeck, Charlottetown, Halifax, Pictou, Saint John
Provinces/States:  New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island
Countries:                Canada

Canada's East Coast is home to some of the most iconic natural wonders in the world.  Spoil your group with this rich and dream-worthytour including;  Hopewell Rocks, Bay of Fundy, Anne of Green Gables, Peggy's Cove and more!  Your group will enjoy fresh lobster, amazing seaside vistas, and the charming and friendly folks of Canada's Maritime provinces.  

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Your East Coast Canada tour can include:

Overnight and dinner included in Bangor, Maine.  Depending on where you are departing from, first day's itinerary may differ.

A stop in beautiful and quaint Saint Andrew's by the Sea, New Brunswick Canada for lunch.

Guided tour of Kingsbrae Gardens - Recently named to the "Top Five North American Gardens Worth Travelling For" at the 2011 international Garden Tourism Conference.

Check in at your Saint John, NB hotel

Step on guideand city tour of this historic town bringing the past to life through stories and visits to some of the interesting and well known landmarks in Saint John.                      

Dinner includedwith a view of the famous  Reversing Falls

Travel through Fundy National Park to Hopewell Rocks  for a  guided tour - One of New Brunswick's top attractions, located along the coast of the Bay of Fundy, which is home to the world's highest tides.  See how time and tide have carved from the cliffs and coves distinctive sandstone formations topped with trees. Lunch included here.

Cross the 13 kilometre, engineering marvel, the Confederation Bridge onto Prince Edward Island.   Visit Cavendish Figurines - Enjoy a free guided tour of the factory, then dress-up as Anne of Green Gables for a great photo opportunity.  

Overnight  in Charlottetown, PE.   Dinner included this evening is Fresh Lobster!

City tour of Charlottetown with local tour guide, including the historic district and  stories of the city's colourful past.   

Visit Green Gables Heritage Place, the preserved gabled house that inspired the setting of Montgomery's story of the red-haired orphan, Anne of Green Gables.     

Guided Tour through PEI National Park, renowned for its red sandstone cliffs, fine white sand beaches and rolling sand dunes.  Here you will have time to visit one of the nicest beaches in the Maritimes, Cavendish Beach, visit the Greenwich Interpretation Centre, walk on the boardwalks.

Gourmet Dinner included in St. Peter's Bay, PEI

Take the Ferry fromWoods Island over to Nova Scotia, then travel by coach to Halifax.  The

Ship offers viewing decks, café, gift shop, TV-Movie viewing and Video Lottery Terminals.   Crossing is 75 minutes. 

At the Northumberland Fisheries Museum, Pictou, NS.  Enjoy the exhibits, learn about the rich history of the fishing industry. 

Visit the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site in Baddeck, NS.  A unique museum,  where models, replicas, photo displays, artifacts and films describe his fascinating life and work.

Overnight at  a quaint and charming Inn in Baddeck, for a two night stay.

Guided driving tour of  the famous Cabot Trail with  a stop at Flora's, known as the best craft shop in Cape Breton.  

Cape Breton National Highlands  features dramatic mountains, rugged ocean coastline, waterfalls, sandy beaches, majestic forests and tranquil valleys, and is home to moose, bald eagles, foxes, a variety of birds and many other forms of wildlife. Climb 1500-foot capes, skirt rugged coastal headlands, and pass through villages where ancient dialects can still be heard.

Enjoy your boxed lunch in one of the many parks and take photos from a variety of scenic spots.

In Halifax your group will experience  a guided city tour of historic downtown Halifax.  See Historic properties and hear about the war years and of the heroism of the citizens who lived through the devastating Halifax Explosion.  See the Titanic Burial Site,  the Spring Garden Road area, Province House, Old Town Clock, St. Paul's Church, City Hall, Grand Parade, Government House, the busy port, Victorian Halifax Public Gardens, residential areas, the and much more.

Dinner Theatre - be  greeted by the actors in  character and whisked into the world of the current show and into an evening of non-stop fun and entertainment. A two-act musical comedy, audience interaction and a fabulous three-course meal, work together to make this a very entertaining evening!  

Visit the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax . Located in the heart of Halifax's waterfront, there's no better place to immerse yourself in Nova Scotia's rich maritime heritage than the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.  

Tour with local guide out to Peggy's Cove.   Hear the fables and folklore told by your guide and discover this unique fishing village nestled amongst wave-washed granite rocks.   The coastline is famous for pirates, shipwrecks, rum running and sunsets.    The Lighthouse at Peggy's Cove is one of Canada's most recognized and photographed lighthouses, and was built in 1915.  Get out and explore the rocks, visit the gift shops and wander through this photographer's paradise. 

Guided tour the Citadel National Historic Site,  a national landmark, commemorating Halifax's role as a key naval station in the British Empire and bringing history to life in Atlantic Canada's largest urban centre.

Grand Pre National Historic Site is  Canada's newest UNESCO World Heritage Site.  It was once the settlement centre of the Acadians and the site is now dedicated to their deportation, which began in 1755 and continued until 1762.  The event inspired Henry Wadsworth Longfellow to choose it as the setting of his epic poemEvangeline: A Tale of Acadie, published in 1847.  Tour through the 17thCentrury Church and walk the sweeping gardens. 

In Digby, your  Ferry to  St John, NB  departs.  On board amenities include restaurant, lounge, gaming terminals, movies,  viewing decks.  Seating is open and not reserved. Dinner on own, on the ship.  Crossing time is 3 hours.

In  St. John, NB board your coach and depart for your hotel for the evening. 

Next day you will depart for home. 


Package price will vary depending on selected travel date, meal inclusions  & hotel accommodations.

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