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Explore the stunning Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island at a relaxed pace, enjoying the picturesque landscapes and natural delights.
– 9nts in 3/4* accommodation
– Return flights and transfers
– Bed & Breakfast
– Daily visits and tours
– Services of an expert tour manager
– Checked luggage
– Local accommodation taxes
– Visit Fairview Law Cemetery, final resting place of victims of the Titanic
– See the iconic Peggy’s Point Lighthouse
– Journey along the Cabot Trail
Day 1 – Arrive in Halifax
Arrive at the airport for your flight to Halifax in Nova Scotia. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel where you’ll stay for one night.
Day 2 – Halifax, Nova Scotia
Your tour of Halifax this morning begins with a visit to the Citadel, perched overlooking the harbour. There’s free time to explore the history of this fortress, with live re-enactments by two historic regiments of the British Army between May and October.
Then you’ll continue to Fairview Lawn Cemetery, the final resting place of 121 of the victims of the RMS Titanic. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the city.
Day 3 – Peggy’s Cove & Lunenburg
After breakfast, leave Halifax and drive along the coast to Peggy’s Cove, famous for its red-and-white lighthouse. Then continue to Lunenburg, full of brightly painted buildings. You’ll have free time to wander the waterfront and the old town.
In the afternoon, drive to the Annapolis Valley and call at Fort Anne, built to protect the harbour of Annapolis Royal during the 17th Century. The fort’s officers’ quarters are now a museum where you can learn about centuries of Canadian history and learn about the Acadians.
Day 4 – Ferry Crossing to New Brunswick
This morning, sail across the Baay of Fundy to Saint John in New Brunswick. On arrival, see the Reversing Fall Rapids, created by the collision of the Saint John River with bay. Drive towards St-Andrews-by-the-sea, a quintessential fishing town blesses with a superb climate. The rest of the afternoon is free for you to explore, with Saint John full of plenty of things to see and do.
Day 5 – Free Day in St-Andrew-by-the-Sea
Spend the day exploring the local area.
Day 6 – Fundy National Park & Charlottetown
Drive to Fundy National Park, a coastal wonderland featuring the world’s highest tides. Stop at Hopewell Rocks before crossing the impressive Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island. Arrive in Charlottetown where you’ll stay for two nights.
Day 7 – Green Gables & Charlottetown
Follow in the footsteps of Prince Edward Island’s most famous author, Lucy Maud Montgomery, and visit the Anne of Green Gables Museum. After the visit, return to Charlottetown where you’ll have a brief tour before the rest of the day is free for you to explore.
Day 8 – Cape Breton
Drive to Wood Islands to take a ferry to Pictou in Nove Scotia. Once here, explore the rugged Cape Breton Island. Pass by the university town of Antigonish which has a strong Scottish heritage.
Cross the Canso Causeway to the main peninsula and stop in Baddeck. Here you’ll visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum on the shores of Bras d’Or Lake. After visiting the museum, check in to your hotel for a 2-nt stay
Day 9 – Cabot Trail & Cape Breton National Park
Today experience the Cabot Trail, a scenic road that loops around the Cape Breton Island. During this drive, travel through the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, home to unique plants and animals. You’ll also pass through quaint fishing villages and pause at lookout points to admire the sparkling Atlantic Ocean
Day 10 – Return Home
After a morning at leisure, transfer to Halifax airport for your flight home
Day 11 – Arrive home
Arrive back in the UK.
Cambridge Suites Hotel, Halifax
The Cambridge Suites Hotel is located in downtown Halifax within a 10-minute walk of the vibrant Waterfront, where you can find a selection of bars, restaurants and shops.
Digby Pines, Digby
This seasonal coastal resort hotel is located in Digby, on the shores of the Annapolis Basin
Algonquin Resort, St-Andrews-by-the-Sea
Escape to an historic seaside elegance at the Algonquin resort located within walking distance of the shops and restaurants of St-Andrews-by-the-Sea.
Delta Hotels, Charlottetown
This waterfront hotel is located in the centre of Charlottetown and a 5-minute walk to all the local boutiques, art galleries and restaurants.
Located in the centre of Charlottetown, the Rodd hotel was built in 1931 and features characteristics synonymous with Canadian National Railway hotels.
Inverary Resort, Baddeck
Overlooking the magnificent Bras d’Or Lake, this beautiful property has vast gardens and green spaces, with shorelines offering breath taking views.
Along with a valid passport, UK citizens must have an eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization) in order to travel to Canada. Full details of how and when to apply will be sent with your booking confirmation.
*All transfer times listed here are approximate
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