Discover Canada's Maritime Provinces
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Discover Canada's Maritime Provinces

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Embark on the journey of a lifetime through Canada's Maritime Provinces on this all-encompassing 10-night itinerary. Begin with an enthralling tour of Halifax's heritage landmarks and the surrounding towns of Peggy's Cove and Lunenburg before retreating to the rich wilderness of Canada's Tobeatic Wilderness Area. Visit the historic port towns of St. Andrews and Saint John and conclude your adventure with a stay in a luxury resort along Nova Scotia's Northumberland Strait.

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Itinerary includes:
  • Return flights from the UK
  • Rental vehicle
  • All tours and activities where mentioned
  • 2 nights stay at the 4.5-star The Prince George Hotel Halifax
  • 2 nights stay at the 4.5-star Trout Point Lodge
  • 2 nights stay at the 4.5-star Kingsbrae Arms
  • 1 night stay at the 4-star Delta Hotels by Marriott Beausejour
  • 2 nights stay at the 4.5-star The Great George
  • 1 night stay at the 4.5-star Fox Harb’r Resort
Day 1
Fly from UK to Halifax

Your journey across Canada's Maritime Provinces begins in Halifax. Upon arrival, you'll collect your rental car for the duration of your visit and make your way to the location of your accommodation for the first two nights. 

Day 1-3
2 nights stay at The Prince George Hotel Halifax

Set within a charming red brick building in the heart of downtown Halifax, The Prince George Hotel Halifax is a sophisticated luxury hotel providing spacious, contemporary-style accommodation and excellent amenities. Spend your first afternoon freshening up with a dip in the on-site pool before indulging in award-winning cuisine at the hotel’s restaurant.

Day 2
Tour of Halifax & Peggy's Cove

Today, you'll embark on a guided tour of Halifax's most notable historical attractions, beginning with a tour of the defences and fortifications erected during previous wars, accompanied by insightful commentary provided by your guide. Next, you'll go to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, where you'll look through exhibits and learn about Nova Scotia's seafaring history. 

Once you've taken in Halifax's historical sites, you'll travel down to Peggy's Cove, a quaint fishing village situated on the eastern shore of St. Margarets Bay. It is here you can take in the sensational vistas of Nova Scotia's rugged coast, touring the picturesque streets lined with New England-style houses, stopping for a fresh seafood lunch at one of the local shacks. 

Day 3
Sailboat Voyage

After your two-night stay in Halifax, you'll travel south to the port town of Lunenburg, where you'll be met by a local sailboat captain for an exciting afternoon of sailing across Lunenburg Bay. An engaging experience, this excursion will see you learn the rituals of sailing, from hoisting the sails and tying knots to steering and navigating the boat, in addition to taking in the unique features of the bay, such as the sea cave formations that line the coast and keeping an eye out for local marine life, including several whale species. 

Day 3
Road transfer from Lunenburg to Tobeatic Wilderness Area

Return to the harbour at Luneburg and begin your journey towards your next destination. Travelling through Nova Scotia's scenic inland, you'll witness breathtaking vistas of rolling hills, dense forests, and lakes and rivers along the way, eventually stopping in the Tobeatic Wilderness reserve. 

Day 3-5
2 nights stay at Trout Point Lodge

Trout Point Lodge is a warm luxury lodge located in the heart of Canada's Tobeatic Wilderness Area, nestled among dense forestry and overlooking a tranquil river. The interiors of the lodge, which offers rustic yet luxurious cabin-style accommodation, have been designed to complement its surroundings, with rooms that make extensive use of natural materials, a fireplace, and private outdoor spaces.

Day 4
Forest Bathing & Kayaking

Take in the enchanting beauty of the area with a captivating afternoon of forest bathing, a therapeutic activity designed to enhance mindfulness and reduce stress. Exploring the rugged forest terrain on foot, you're sure to feel absorbed in this rich and unspoilt environment. Next, you'll view the forest from a different perspective on a kayaking excursion along the calm river. Accompanied only by the sounds of the forests, this activity is a fantastic opportunity to spot the wildlife that inhabits the area, such as white-tailed deer and the colossal eastern moose.

Once you've explored the forest, you'll return to the lodge for a cooking class headed by a culinary chef. Customisable to your own preferences, the class will see you prepare a gourmet-level dish and learn professional presentation techniques before sitting down and enjoying your creation with a bottle from the lodge's fine wine collection. That evening, you'll be able to take advantage of the lodge's remote position and embark on an adventure through the constellations during a mesmerising stargazing session. Led by the lodge's resident astronomer, you'll learn to use telescopic equipment and night-sky binoculars that will allow you to take in the starlit skies in all their grandeur. 

Day 5
Road transfer from Tobeatic Wilderness Area to St. Andrews

Enjoy one final breakfast at the lodge before loading up the car and beginning your journey to your next destination, the Bay of Fundy. You'll make your way to Digby and board a car ferry which will transport you to New Brunswick, disembarking at the harbour and continuing your drive to St. Andrews.

Day 5-7
2 nights stay at Kingsbrae Arms

Dating back to the late 19th-century, Kingsbrae Arms is a historic inn characterised by the elegance and charm of a bygone era, with cosy accommodation adorned with colourful, period furnishings, exquisite antiques and regional artwork. Occupying a prime location along a stretch of coastline, the inn is the perfect base from which to immersively experience the charm of this quaint seaside town. 

Day 6
Whale Watching in the Bay of Fundy & Exploring New Brunswick

Framed by a rugged coastline, St. Andrews is a fantastic whale-watching destination. You'll embark on a zodiac vessel, a smaller boat that allows for closer viewing, with the assistance of a local marine biologist, for an afternoon of whale-watching. This area is home to several whale species, including minke whales, finback whales, and humpback whales, which you can expect to see on this excursion. 

Next, you'll embark on a 4x4 adventure through New Brunswick's scenic countryside. Led by a local expert, you'll learn about the rich heritage of St. Andrews before travelling across Passamaquoddy Bay for a visit to Minister's Island, a historic island paved with a number of hiking trails. Alternatively, you can choose to undergo a tide-pool safari and observe the flora and fauna species that can be found along the shores. 

Day 7
Road transfer from St. Andrews to Saint John

Once you've checked out of the inn, you'll get back on the road and continue your journey along the coast until you reach your next destination, the seaport city of Saint John. 

Day 7
Exploring Saint John

Before checking into your accommodation, spend some time exploring the historic seaport city of Saint John on a dynamic food tasting tour. Accompanied by a local guide, you'll visit a number of establishments, including the oldest continuously operating farmer’s market in Canada and a gastropub serving craft brews and regional fare.

Day 7
Road transfer from Saint John to Moncton

Following your culinary tour of Saint John, you'll get back on the road and travel northeast to Moncton, New Brunswick's largest urban centre.

Day 7-8
1 night stay at Delta Hotels by Marriott Beausejour

The perfect retreat for a one-night stay in the city, Delta Hotels by Marriott Beausejour is a modern luxury hotel situated in downtown Moncton. Featuring sleek and spacious accommodation, an on-site spa, and an award-winning restaurant, the hotel provides everything you may need to relax and rejuvenate before continuing with your adventure. 

Day 8
Visit The Hopewell Rocks

Following a restful stay in Moncton, it's time to get back on the road and visit one of the regions most spectacular natural sites, the Hopewell Rocks. The unusual rocks, which range in height from 40 to 70 metres, are one of the continent's most unique tidal formations, carved over thousands of years by the ever-changing high tides of the Bay of Fundy. 

Day 8
Road transfer from Moncton to Prince Edward Island

Your next destination is the province of Prince Edward Island. Once you've spent some time exploring Hopewell Rocks, load up the car and begin your journey to Charlottetown, the location of your accommodation for the next two nights. 

Day 8-10
2 nights stay at The Great George

Spread across resorted heritage buildings in Charlottetown’s National Historic District, The Great George is a gorgeous boutique hotel providing elegant accommodation characterised by a tasteful fusion of contemporary interiors adorned with period-style furnishings. Occupying a central location, the hotel is ideally situated a short distance from some of the town's most notable attractions.

Day 9
Exploring Prince Edward Island

Take in the charms of Prince Edward Island on a self-guided tour through the provinces most notable sites. With so much to see, where you decide to visit is entirely up to you, from the historic seaport village of Victoria and the whimsical beachside Dunes to the historic Green Gables House and numerous lighthouses dotting the province. Once you've taken in the sights, meet your captain at the harbour for an evening of sailing and lobstering, passing by iconic landmarks such as Skmaqn–Port-la-Joye–Fort Amherst along the way. 

Day 10
Road transfer from Prince Edward Island to Northumberland Strait

It's time to say goodbye to Prince Edward Island. Once you've checked out of the hotel, you'll make your way back to Nova Scotia for your final night. 

Day 10-11
1 night stay at Fox Harb’r Resort

Set amidst an expansive area of woodland along Nova Scotia's Northumberland Strait, Fox Harb’r Resort is an opulent resort boasting unrivalled luxury in the heart of this secluded region. The perfect setting to conclude your adventure, you can spend your final night here enjoying the resort's glamorous golf courses, relaxing at the indoor pool and dining in the company of breathtaking ocean views at the exceptional Cape Cliff restaurant. 

Day 11-12
Fly from Halifax to UK

Following an unforgettable adventure across Canada's Maritime Provinces, it's time to begin your journey home. Once you've checked out of the resort, return to Halifax to drop off your rental car and board your flight back to the UK. 

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Itinerary includes:
  • Return flights from the UK
  • Rental vehicle
  • All tours and activities where mentioned
  • 2 nights stay at the 4.5-star The Prince George Hotel Halifax
  • 2 nights stay at the 4.5-star Trout Point Lodge
  • 2 nights stay at the 4.5-star Kingsbrae Arms
  • 1 night stay at the 4-star Delta Hotels by Marriott Beausejour
  • 2 nights stay at the 4.5-star The Great George
  • 1 night stay at the 4.5-star Fox Harb’r Resort
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