CANADIAN AFFAIR - THE TRAVEL EXPERTS

East Coast Fly Drives

City-hop on a driving tour

Canada's East Coast has some of the most iconic destinations, like Toronto and Niagara Falls. The cities are all amazing and it's so easy to drive between them, with much shorter driving distances than in the West. Our fly drive holidays take care of your return flights, car hire and all your hotels.

Richard Guest, Canadian Affair Travel Expert

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Our favourite Canada driving routes

Get inspired by some iconic driving routes taking in the best of Eastern Canada

Eastern Spirit
A Journey Beyond Nature
Routes des Voyageurs
Eastern Express
French Culture, Lobster & Lighthouses

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Our favourite driving routes in Eastern Canada

Learn more about the incredible routes you can explore on your driving holiday in Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada

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The Cabot Trail

Perhaps the most famous driving route in Eastern Canada, this looping trail takes in Cape Breton Island on the northern tip of Nova Scotia. The route is 185-miles long and winds through the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, hugging the spectacular coastline the entire way. Expect deep river valleys, miles of ocean and welcoming fishing villages.

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The Viking Trail

The 489km Viking Trail in Newfoundland takes in Gros Morne National Park and the L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site.

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Algonquin Park Corridor

This section of Highway 60 is the best access to the outdoor delights of Algonquin Provincial Park. Expect forests and lakes in abundance.

St Lawrence Route

St. Lawrence Route

This 36m long road follows the mighty St. Lawrence River from Bair-Saint-Paul to La Malbaie in Québec. Keep an eye out for whales.

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Gaspesie Tour

The Gaspé Peninsula is home to mountains, rugged sea cliffs and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. See the spectacular Percé Rock natural monument.

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Fundy Coastal Drive

Any self-drive itinerary in Canada’s Maritimes should take in this sweeping route. The Bay of Fundy lies magnificent between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia and is one of the world’s 7 Natural Wonders. Rich feeding waters attract dozens of species of whales here. Keep an eye out as you traverse bridges and waterways and see the world’s highest tides.

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