Landscapes Of The Canadian Maritimes

From £6,719 pp

  • Dark moon icon 11 nights
  • Escorted Tours iconEscorted Tours
  • Dark flight icon Economy flights
  • Calendar icon Available June - September

Experience the true beauty of the Canadian Maritimes with the best blend of land and sea on this guided tour. It all begins in Nova Scotia’s capital city Halifax, where you delve in to discover the stunning scenery, fascinating history and indulge in authentic local seafood favourites. Uncover Cape Breton Island, blooming Baddeck and sail aboard the Amoeba staysail Schooner cruise across Bras d’Or Lake, it's the perfect way to take in stunning sights and learn about local history. Next discover the natural beauty of the world’s most scenic drives, along the famous Cabot Trail. Be sure to have your eyes peeled for bald eagles flying by, as you sit back and take in those spectacular costal views along the way. Visit the fabled home that served as the inspiration for L.M. Montgomery’s children’s classic, ‘Anne of Green Gables,’ before visiting Charlottetown. A local Knowledge Keeper will welcome you to the Indigenous community of the Abegweit Mi’Kmaw Nation as you learn about their Seven Sacred Teachings.

What’s included?

  • International flights from the UK based on economy class
  • Return airport transfers
  • 12 nights hotel accommodation
  • 11 breakfasts, 4 dinners with wine, 1 lunch & 1 lunch with wine
  • A travel director and driver throughout
  • Luxury touring vehicle with extra legroom and complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Welcome Dinner in Halifax
  • Sightseeing in Halifax including a choice between activities
  • Lunenburg City Tour
  • Visit Peggy’s Cove
  • Boat cruise across Bras d’Or Lake (weather permitted)
  • Visit The Gaelic College with a kilt making demonstration
  • Engage in traditional music and song at a Ceilidh Celtic Evening
  • Visit to the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
  • Explore the Prince Edward Island National Park and visit the Green Gables House
  • Abegweit Mi'kmaq Nation experience with a guided tour
  • Visit the National Historic District in Annapolis Royal
  • See Hopewell Rocks
  • Embark on a ferry bound for Digby
  • Enjoy a Highlight Lunch of island blue mussels cooked fresh by the fisherman
  • Whale watching cruise in the Bay of Fundy
  • Meet a local fisherman to learn about the area's lobster and mussel industry
  • Choose between a lighthouse tour with a winery visit and tasting or alternatively, rent a bike and explore the city at your own pace
  • Hop on a lobster boat for a glimpse into the world of sea creatures & a delicious seafood highlight lunch (weather permitted)
  • Meet a former scallop fisherman for a culinary demonstration & celebration dinner

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This holiday requires an ETA for entry to Canada, for full details and to apply please see below:

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Please note Parks Canada charge fees at most national parks and historic sites across the country. Parks Canada passes can be purchased as part of your holiday, speak to your sales advisor for more details. Early booking is recommended.

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