Canadian Maritimes Tour | Heritage Group Planners

Canadian Maritimes Tour

New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia

This in-depth tour will leave your tour group with memories of breathtaking landscapes and surreal natural phenomena, coupled with a rich understanding of the Canadian Maritime history. After a one night stay in Bangor, Maine, move onto St. John for an enlightening guided tour. While in New Brunswick’s largest city, check out the Reversing Falls, the Bay of Fundy, Fundy National Park, the Hopewell Rocks, Magnetic Hill, and Confederation Bridge. Travel to Charlottetown for a guided tour including: Victoria Park, St. Dunstan’s Basilica, the Province House, and the Charlottetown waterfront. Brace yourself for gorgeous sand dunes, beaches, cliffs, marshes, and ponds at Prince Edward Island National Park. Visit the quaint farmhouse that inspired Montgomery to write Anne of Green Gables— the Green Gables Home. Next, cross the Northumberland Strait by ferry to check out the Northumberland Fisheries Museum, Pictou Village, and the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site. Nature nuts and photographers alike will love the beautiful guided tour of Cabot Trail, known for its rugged coast and mountains. Then, head to Halifax for a guided tour, a trip to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the Historic Citadel for changing of the guard. Travel to picturesque Peggy’s Cove and end your perfect day with a Musical Comedy Dinner Theater. The entertainment ensues with a tour of Annapolis Royal, given by a costumed guide, and then board The Princess of Acadia for a ferry ride back to St. John. Finish the trip with a Maine Lobster luncheon served with a magnificent Maine Coast view. Stop in Freeport, the home of L.L. Bean and fabulous outlet shopping.

Eleven Days / Ten Nights
Ten Breakfasts
Two Lunches
Eight Dinners

June – October

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