Fredericton - Halifax (435 km)
Continue our journey to Nova Scotia and visit the most famous city--Halifax. Enjoy the stunning seaside scenery on the Halifax cruise, while savoring delicious fresh lobster. Afterward, we will visit Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, and Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, Later in the afternoon, we will make a stop to Peggy's Cove, a beautiful fishing village known for its famous Peggy's Point Lighthouse.
The capital of Nova Scotia, Halifax is the largest city east of Quebec. It is widely considered one of the best places to live in all of Canada, and is an up-and-coming modern city with many historic places.
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
This museum in downtown Halifax contains a collection of over 30,000 artifacts, including 70 small craft and one steamship, that help paint a picture of eastern Canada's history at sea.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$9.50; Child (Under 12 yrs) C$5; Senior (Over 65 yrs) C$8.50
Enjoy stunning seaside scenery on the Halifax cruise.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$45; Child (Under 12 yrs) C$32; Senior (Over 65 yrs) C$45
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
Canada's national museum of immigration occupies part of Pier 21, the former ocean liner terminal and immigration shed from 1928 to 1971. Pier 21 is Canada's last remaining ocean immigration shed.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$14.50; Child (Under 12 yrs) C$9; Senior (Over 65 yrs) C$11.50
This small fishing town on the southern coast of Nova Scotia seems to be stuck in time. Sitting on St. Margarets Bay, this town of 640 people is most well known for the Peggys Point Lighthouse.
Standard Hotel: Comfort Hotel Halifax / Holiday Inn Express or similar
Halifax - Prince Edward Island - Charlottetown - Park Corner (292 km)
Today we will take the ferry to Prince Edward Island. Our first stop will be Charlottetown, PE, a historic city home to the Province House National Historic Site. From there we will make our way to Park Corner, PE to visit Anne of Green Gables House. Guests will have the chance to enjoy an Lobster Dinner at your hotel.
Prince Edward Island, Canada
Prince Edward Island is one of eastern Canada's maritime provinces, off New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. With red-sand beaches, lighthouses and an interior of fertile farmland, it's nicknamed "Garden of the Gulf."
Charlottetown is a Canadian city. It is both the largest city on and the provincial capital of Prince Edward Island, and the county seat of Queens County.
Province House National Historic Site
This historic building in downtown Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island was the birthplace of the Canadian Confederation and has housed the province's legislature since 1847. Guided tours are available for those wishing to learn more of the site's history.
Kensington is a town located 15 kilometres northeast of Summerside in Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. The area was first known as Five Lanes End, as roads from five different communities converged at the point.
Anne of Green Gables Museum
This house in Prince Edward Island National Park served as the inspiration for the famous L.M. Montgomery story Anne of Green Gables. Visitors to the museum can learn about the author and explore areas mentioned in the book.
Standard Hotel: Cavendish Gateway Resort / Quality or similar
Prince Edward Island - Moncton - Saint John - Fredericton (398 km)
Today we will travel on the longest bridge in Canada from Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick, visit all the attractions like Big Lobster, Fundy Bay and Magnetic Hill, then proceed to Fredericton.
Moncton is a Canadian city located in Westmorland County in southeastern New Brunswick. Situated in the Petitcodiac River Valley, Moncton lies at the geographic centre of the Maritime Provinces. The city's skyline however encompasses many buildings and structures with varying architectural styles from many periods.
The Hopewell Rocks are a unique series of rock formations caused by tidal erosion. They are located on the shores of the Bay of Fundy in Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick. The area is also known for its wildlife.
World's Largest Lobster Statue
A tribute to the region's lobster-fishing industry, the town of Shediac in New Brunswick is home to the largest statue of a lobster in the world. The ninety-ton statue makes for a perfect spot to take a memorable picture.
This unique stretch of road in New Brunswick is home to a convincing optical illusion. Because of the obstruction of the horizon, cars appear to roll up this "magnetic hill," and must accelerate 'down' it.
Saint John, NB
Saint John is the largest city in New Brunswick and the second largest city in the maritime provinces. It is known as the Fundy City due to its location on the north shore of the Bay of Fundy at the mouth of the Saint John River.
Bay of Fundy
Formed from the concave curve that is created by the coasts of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, the Bay of Fundy is known for having the highest tidal range in the world.
Standard Hotel: Comfort/Holiday Inn Express or similar
The sequence of the itinerary and attractions might be changed according to actual and practical situation for better service.