Prince Edward Island
Cape Breton Island
Discover the beauty of Eastern Canada while you visit four of the most picturesque provinces in Canada: Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island & Nova Scotia. Your journey starts with the stunning Quebec City. Stroll around the Old City Center, steeped in European romanticism, while your expert guide tells you about the history of the city. Stop at the most important shops and arts gallery, try some maple syrup or simply relax. Continue your journey with a self-drive itinerary to the Canadian Maritimes, visiting Moncton and Charlottetown to experience the cities in the company of your local guide. Drive along the famous Cabot Trail in the scenic Cape Breton Highlands before you return to Halifax to conclude your eastern discovery.
Pick up your vehicle upon arrival to the airport today.
Tap into your sense of adventure with the flexibility of your own daily rental vehicle. Included in your rental is up to 200km per day (additional charge applies for excess kilometres).
This evening spend time at leisure or relax at your hotel.
In the company of a local art guide, you will visit some of the finest art galleries in the City as well as a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts. Walking Tour with guide only.
Today you will drive from Quebec City to Moncton. The journey will take approximately 7 hours (non stop). Drive along the St Lawrence River going north to the border of New Brunswick. You can choose to visit the city of Fredericton en route (about 1 hour outside of Moncton).
Experience the service of a local private guide for 4 hours today.
A multitude of optional, self-guided activities are at your fingertips while in Moncton. Take a day trip out to the Hopewell Rocks on the upper reaches of the Bay of Fundy, where the world’s largest tidal changes are on display. Here, tidal erosion has created magnificent tree-topped rock pillars, standing in isolation from the jagged cliff behind them. The entire Bay of Fundy provides countless opportunities for uncovering majestic scenery in its quaint fishing towns, wildlife, and unique geology. For those with children, the enormous Magic Mountain Water Park, part of the Magnetic Hill attraction area, offers impressive water slides, wave pools, mini golf, and myriad of other ways to cool off and have fun.
Explore the unique shopping district or visit Magnetic Hill in Moncton. Visits can be made to "Magnetic Hill", a natural wonder in the area in which your car can be pulled backwards up a small hill seemingly by magnetic forces. You can visit the Magnetic Hill Zoo, the Champlain Place shopping area, relax at Parlee Beach or take in a round of golf at the Royal Oaks Golf Club.
Today you will drive from Moncton to Charlottetown. The journey will take approximately 2 hours. Depart Moncton and head east towards the coast where you’ll travel on the Confederation Bridge towards Prince Edward Island (longest bridge in the world crossing iced covered waters.. 8 miles long).
This evening spend time at leisure or relax at your hotel. Enjoy Charlottetowns restaurants and theatres. Take a stroll along cobble stone streets or enjoy a horse drawn carriage ride.
Experience the city or the surroundings with your private expert guide. This service includes a private guide for 7 hours.
Taking under three hours to drive the entire length Prince Edward Island from end to end, a stay in Charlottetown keeps everything on the island well within reach for a half-day or full day excursion. Take a ride by horse-drawn carriage through the quaint streets of Charlottetown, including the city’s historic five hundred lots, as surveyed by Captain Samuel Holland. Go for a drive out to the Land of Anne, the magical setting of L.M. Montgomery’s bestselling novel Anne of Green Gables, later adapted to television, film, and the theater. Head to Belfast for a visit to Happy Clammers, for an authentic clam digging experience, or visit the Red Sands Shores, where you can capture some quintessential Prince Edward Island vistas.Stroll the beaches of the Cavendish National Park or walk along the boardwalk, explore the many shops and galleries throughout the island or relax in the city.
Today you will drive from Charlottetown to Baddeck. The journey will take approximately 5 hours non stop (includes ferry from Prince Edward Island to Nova Scotia). Approximate crossing takes 45 minutes. Schedules very, so be sure to check to avoid a long wait at the ferry terminal.
Cape Breton Island’s town Baddeck offers visitors numerous options for half-day or full day excursions. Situated at both the start and end of the Cabot Trail loop, Baddeck is a gateway to the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, with its rugged coastline and ocean vistas. The village also houses the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, commemorating in museum-form the legacy of former resident Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone. Harbor cruises are available for anyone wishing to get a different perspective of Cape Breton, while you scan the skies along the coast of the Bras D’Or Lake for bald eagles. Kayaking options are also available for the more active adventurer. You can visit the small shops, galleries and restaurants along the waterfront or simply relax in the comfort of this friendly town.
Sleep in this morning and relax at your hotel.
Depart Baddeck at leisure and enjoy a 4 hour drive to the capital of Nova Scotia, Halifax. Drive along the Trans Canada Highway to Truro, before turning south torwards Halifax. Arrival at your hotel in downtown Halifax.
This evening enjoy downtown Halifax. This city is known for it's vibrant dining scene and lively atmosphere. Take in a delicious meal of fresh seafood or international cuisine. Enjoy one of the many bars and pubs that line the streets for a pint of local beer (Halifax is home to many small breweries, and once was governed by Alexander Keith, who's brewery is now amongst the most famous in Canada).
Halifax offers an array of worthwhile activities, both within the city, as well as in the nearby surrounds. From here, one can visit the Titanic Museum, memorializing the great ship lost at sea, and the city’s ties to rescue efforts. For nautical lovers, the largest maritime museum in the country is located along the Halifax waterfront, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Visit Pier 21 or the Canadian Museum of Immigration, the place where immigrants first came to Canada, visit The alexander Keith Brewwery, the Waterfront district or take a day trip to Luneburg, Mahon Bay and Peggy's Cove.
Private guide service is included in your itinerary for a maximum 7 hours.
Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac (4.5*) is not only located high on a bluff overlooking the mighty St. Lawrence River at the heart of Old Québec - it is the heart of Old Québec. Guests are guaranteed a memorable and inspiring stay in one of the most beautiful cities in the world with easy walking access to all of the wonderful sites and experiences that Old Québec has to offer. Offering newly renovated luxurious guestrooms, exquisite dining experiences through distinctive European charm, this stately luxury hotel stands above the United Nations World Heritage Site-Old Québec.
A part of Moncton’s steadily growing skyline, Delta Beauséjour is located in downtown Moncton, the geographic centre of the Maritimes. Come home to Delta Beauséjour after all of the day’s explorations. Like all of the Delta properties, the Delta Beauséjour is dedicated to providing guests with the best sevices possible at an affordable price.
Located in the heart of Olde Charlottetown, Delta Prince Edward is the perfect retreat from your day’s explorations. Just steps away from the winding boardwalk and adjacent to the many shops of Peake’s Wharf, including the delicious COWS Ice Cream shop! Facilities include an indoor swimming pool, an outdoor hot tub and an on-site day spa. The Selkirk is an elegant and intimate restaurant located in the lobby, featuring excellent cuisine and continental service. Hearty breakfasts, a wide range of lunch items from seafood to pasta, and exquisite dinner entrees inspired by the bounty of the surrounding sea and land are serviced daily. Bedrooms feature king-size bed, private full bath, fully equipped kitchenette (including mini fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave and all of the necessary utensils) and many extras.
Only the Inverary Resort offers accommodations and cottages right on the waterfront of Baddeck. Originally built in 1850, this 11-acre Nova Scotia vacation resort sits on the shores of Cape Breton's glorious Bras d'Or Lakes, and offers a breathtaking view, beautiful landscape and a variety of accommodations, including cottages. Bask in the sun on the expansive waterfront boardwalk, spend a day at the spa or relax by the indoor pool.
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