Home to the world’s highest tides, breathtaking beaches and forests, historic harbors and the freshest seafood, Nova Scotia will give you memories that last a lifetime.
Day 1 Arrive in Halifax
Welcome to Halifax, Nova Scotia’s oldest and most culturally diverse city, as well as its capital. Meet your Tour Manager in the hotel lobby at 6:00 p.m. for dining suggestions.
Day 2 Touring Halifax and Peggy's Cove
After a get-acquainted breakfast a local guide joins you for a tour of Halifax. Hear the history of the city’s war years, the exploits and heroism of the citizens who lived through the devastating Halifax explosion and learn about the city’s connection to the Titanic disaster. See the beautiful waterfront, and pay a visit to The Citadel, the restored British fort which is now a National Historic Landmark. Then, visit the picturesque fishing village of Peggy’s Cove, a sleepy town famous for its weathered granite rocks, beautiful ocean waters and its scenic lighthouse. Meals: B, D
Day 3 Cape Breton Island
Today it’s off to beautiful Cape Breton Island, which was originally settled by the Loyalists from New York state. They were followed by Scottish immigrants, choosing this region because it reminded them of their homelands. You’ll also visit one of Canada’s most popular attractions, The Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site in Baddeck, Nova Scotia, overlooking beautiful Bras d’Or Lake. Meals: B, D
Day 4 Cabot Trail
Spectacular scenery is the highlight today as you travel along the Cabot Trail. Spend the day exploring much of this famed road in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, which winds through charming communities and breathtaking scenery. A visit to Cape Breton is sure to thrill you. Its only rival in beauty is the seaside French and Scottish settlements nestled below the mountains resembling the highlands of Scotland. You’ll enjoy a relaxing picnic lunch along the way as we experience the scenic nooks and crannies of this remarkable landscape. Meals: B, Box Lunch
Day 5 Ferry to Prince Edward Island
Leave Nova Scotia today and take a ferry to Prince Edward Island, home of Lucy Maud Montgomery, who wrote the book Anne of Green Gables. Your two-night stay on Prince Edward Island gives you ample time to explore this quaint part of Canada. Later, enjoy a performance at the Confederation Centre for the Arts. Meal: B
Day 6 Charlottetown Touring
Begin today with a tour of Charlottetown, a city whose core has not changed since it was settled by the French, Scottish, English and Irish. A visit to the Anne of Green Gables home is one of the highlights of this tour. Your view of the island offers many other delightful opportunities including exploring marvelous beaches and woodlands. Meals: B, D
Day 7 Confederation Bridge and Shediac Lobster Cruise
After breakfast, we leave Prince Edward Island via the nine-milelong Confederation Bridge. In the coastal town of Shediac, known as the “Lobster Capital of the World,” board your vessel for a narrated cruise on the warm waters of Shediac Bay. Your on-board guide shows you how to crack and eat your freshly cooked lobster lunch, a true Maritime fisherman’s feast. Stop at Magnetic Hill before coming to your hotel in Moncton. Meals: B, L
Day 8 Hopewell Rocks, Fundy National Park and McSweeney’s Dinner Theatre
Today, breathtaking views of the Bay of Fundy come into view. Stop
at one the province’s most popular and intriguing attractions, the Hopewell Rocks. Over the centuries the massive tides have carved these unique rock formations known as the “Pots,” which provide incredible photo opportunities with their natural beauty. Later, stop at beautiful Fundy National Park before returning to Moncton. Tonight, a delicious meal and lively entertainment await at Mc-Sweeney’s Dinner Theatre. Meals: B, D
Day 9 Travel Home
Leave this beautiful coastal region of Canada with memories to share with family and friends. Your Tour Manager will arrange your
transfer to the airport in Moncton for flights home today.