Day 1: Arrival in Halifax, NS
Depart your home city and fly to the beautiful harbour city, Halifax. Arrive at the hotel with evening at leisure in the City by the Sea.
Day 2: Halifax, NS
Meet your Tour Leader at a welcome breakfast. Take a city tour of the Victorian Public Gardens, Titanic Grave Sites, Historic Properties, Province
House, Old Town Clock and more, then see Halifax from a different viewpoint on a nature and whale watching tour. Visit the Maritime Museum of the
Atlantic, near the wharf, rich maritime history and discover the stories, events and people that define Nova Scotia. Spend leisure time on Halifax’s
harbour front, visit unique shops, walk along the promenade, eat at a local restaurant.
Day 3: Halifax - South Shore, NS
Travel the rugged south shore of Nova Scotia, to world famous Peggy’s Cove. This graceful lighthouse sits high upon the smooth wave-worn granite of
the coast. Visit Acadian Maple Products, a family owned and operated business, and largest producer and exporter of maple syrup in Nova Scotia.
See picturesque Mahone Bay, with the line of 3 elegant churches gracing the sheltered harbour, then on to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lunenburg,
one of Nova Scotia’s most historic and beautiful towns and home of the Bluenose II. Visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic to learn the history
of commercial fishing in Atlantic Canada. Our overnight stay offers a spectacular seaside setting and stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Day 4: South Shore - Saint John, NB
Travel to Annapolis Royal, on the Evangeline Trail, with over 150 heritage buildings including the oldest wooden house in Canada. Visit Grand Pre National
Historic Site and World UNESCO Heritage Site, learn about the great upheaval of the Acadians. Board the Digby ferry for a scenic crossing on the
Bay of Fundy to Saint John.
Day 5: Saint John - St. Andrews by-the-Sea, NB
After a city tour of Saint John, including Reversing Falls, travel to the quaint village of St. Andrews by-the-Sea, with a treasure trove of beautiful
architecture, unparalleled scenery and rich marine life. Visit 27 acre Kingsbrae Gardens with over 50,000 perennials in many themed gardens. Our
stay tonight is the Algonquin Resort, one of Canada’s premium historic seaside resorts, overlooking the picturesque Passamaquoddy Bay.
Day 6: St. Andrews by-the-Sea - Fredericton, NB
Tour the Fundy Discovery Aquarium showcasing creatures big and small found in the beautiful Bay of Fundy. See harbour seals through the windows of
the underwater viewing area, watch some of the sea creatures in the gigantic touch pool. Continue to Fredericton and arrive at Kings Landing Historical
Settlement, a lively, authentic village, depicting the one hundred year transformation of a young colony into a vibrant nation.
Day 7: Fredericton - Moncton, NB
Today enjoy an entertaining and informative city tour with a local guide, then travel to the Fundy National Park, and Hopewell Rocks to see the Flowerpots,
peculiar formations that are forested islands at high tide and resemble flowerpots at low. Your hotel overlooks the famous Tidal Bore, a natural
phenomenon that is the result of the record high tides of the Bay of Fundy.
Day 8: Moncton - Summerside, PEI
Witness the coach coasting uphill with no power at Magnetic Hill, and the fishing village of Shediac to see the World’s Largest Lobster. Board the
Ambassador Cruise Ship to learn about lobster and the fisheries and savor a freshly cooked lobster lunch on board. Cross over Confederation Bridge
to the province of Prince Edward Island.
Day 9: Day Trip to Charlottetown, PEI
Today you take a tour of Charlottetown, Province House National Historic Site and Prince Edward Island with stops at Anne of Green Gables, Cavendish
National Park, and the fishing village of North Rustico. Sample some of the best preserves in the world at the Prince Edward Island Preserves Company.
Day 10: Summerside - Sydney, NS
Travel the Confederation Bridge to the mainland, to Sydney, Cape Breton Island, for a three night stay. The hotel is located downtown, on the waterfront
close to shops and restaurants. Get your picture taken with the world’s largest fiddle!
Day 11: Day Trip to Cabot Trail, NS
Today experience the picturesque and renowned Cabot Trail and Margaree Valley. Tour Cape Breton Highlands National Park, stop at Lone Shieling, Pleasant
Bay and Neil’s Harbour with spectacular seascapes, sweeping beaches, rare plants and abundant wildlife.
Day 12: Day Trip to Louisbourg, NS
Visit the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site, stepping back in time to a bygone era when the French and English fought for control of the
New World and Nova Scotia was the battleground. See Cape Breton’s Miners’ Museum paying tribute to the region's long and rich coal mining history
and home to the famous choir of miners - The Men of the Deeps. Take an underground tour of the Ocean’s Deep Colliery beneath the Museum’s building.
Day 13: Sydney - Cornerbrook, NL
Board the Marine Atlantic Ferry for the 6 hour crossing to Port aux Basques, NL. Travel north through one of the province’s best farming areas, Codroy
Valley to Cornerbrook, renowned for its world-famous salmon river, The Humber.
Day 14: Cornerbrook - Cow Head, NL
Explore Gros Morne National Park with towering inland fjords and lush park walking trails. Moose, caribou, waterfalls and dozens of unforgettable photographic
stops add to this UNESCO World Heritage Destination. View Lobster Cove Lighthouse in Rocky Harbour and enjoy a boat cruise of Bonne Bay. Partake
in an age-old tradition - a ‘Screech In’ featuring live traditional music, a Cod fish, Sou’wester, and a little of the famous Newfoundland Screech.
Continue to the town of Cow Head, on the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland.
Day 15: Cow Head - St. Anthony, NL
Travel the Viking Trail Route to the most northerly tip of Newfoundland, to L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, another World UNESCO Heritage
Site. See where the Vikings, the first Europeans to reach the new world, landed. Visit the interpretive centre, tour the Viking ruins, and visit
the longhouse to discover what life was like for the Viking encampment in 1,000 AD. Overnight in St. Anthony, the hub of the great Northern Peninsula.
Day 16: St. Anthony - Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
A long drive today, traveling to Grand Falls-Windsor, the largest city in central Newfoundland.
Day 17: Day Trip to Twillingate, NL
Visit infamous Iceberg Alley and historic Twillingate. Tour Long Point Lighthouse and Interpretation Centre, 300 feet above the sea and Prime Berth
Fishery and Heritage Centre, a private interpretive fishing centre.
Day 18: Grand Falls-Windsor - St. John's, NL
Drive through Terra Nova National Park, Canada’s most easterly national park, and arrive in Bay Bulls, a small fishing village. Sail out of the sheltered
harbour and discover the nautical wonders of the rugged coastline. Conditions permitting, explore the unique natural phenomenon known locally as
the Spout, a natural wave-powered geyser. Your hotel tonight overlooks the St. John’s Harbour.
Day 19: St. John's, NL
Explore North America’s oldest city, St. John’s, on a guided tour. Visit Canada’s second largest National Historic Park as well as Signal Hill and
Cape Spear, home of the oldest lighthouse and most easterly point in North America. Be immersed in the culture at Newfoundland and Labrador's largest
public cultural space, The Rooms, showcasing the history, heritage and artistic expression. This evening enjoy a farewell dinner.
Day 20: Depart St. John's, NL
Your Maritime and Newfoundland adventure has come to an end, transfer to the airport for your return flight home.