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Nova Scotia to Newfoundland: The Canadian Maritimes (12 Days)

Enjoy beautiful rural scenery and rugged coastal landscapes as you journey off the beaten path to discover one of Canada’s most storied regions. Uncover immigrant ancestry, fascinating Acadian culture, whaling history and the tranquil lifestyles of quaint fishing villages as you get to know Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. And imagine all of this amongst the changing colors of Autumn! Picturesque sea views, small-town charm, and a colorful past collide on this breathtaking trip.
Your Edventure includes:
  • Round-trip airfare from SFO or LAX (price varies depending on additional departure gateways)
  • 11 nights in hand-picked hotels
  • Breakfast daily
  • 1 lunch
  • 5 three-course meals served with beer or wine
  • Full-time tour coordinator
  • Multilingual tour guide
  • Select admissions with priority entry
  • Private, deluxe motorcoach
  • Transportation (planes, trains, boats, etc.) while on tour
  • Nova Scotia Central Prison in Halifax (Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)

The Halifax Citadel

Lighthouse at Peggy's Cove

Nova Scotia Fishing Cottages

Tidal Change at Bay of Fundy

Fall Colors in Nova Scotia

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Price: $4,786.00 (2018) based on double occupancy, plus optional $394.00 premium trip protection*

Next Departure Dates:

June 2019 (CAMA0619)
Sep 2020 (CAMA 
0920)
Sep 2021 (CAMA0921)

Contact us for exact departure dates

Edventure Highlights Include:

~ Welcome Dinner


~ A guided tour of Halifax, capital of Nova Scotia, including the Citadel, Fairview Lawn Cemetery (burial site of the Titanic victims), and the Canadian Museum of Immigration

~ A "ghostly" night tour of the Citadel, famous for its haunted stories

~ Nova Scotia Central Prison in Halifax (Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)

~ A tour of a maple sugar factory that has been in the same family for over 100 years

~ Peggy's Cove, a place of stunning beauty, with a visit to its well-known lighthouse

~ Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic

~ Hopewell Rocks Provencial Park to see the unusual sea stack formations

~ The Bay of Fundy, where tidal changes empty the bay out twice a day

~ Moncton, a city that serves as a crossroads for the Maritimes, and a crossing of the Confederation Bridge, the longest bridge in the world to cross ice-covered waters

~ Kensington, said to be the "heart of Prince Edward Island"

~ The Anne of Green Gables Museum on the Campbell farm

~ A stroll along the boardwalks of Cavendish Beach, five miles of red-colored sand dunes

~ The ferry to Caribou and the village of Pictou, home of the first Scottish immigrants to Canada (this journey cannot be guaranteed with fall departures due to weather)

~ Baddock, on the shores of Cape Breton Island, and a visit to the Alexander Graham Bell Museum

~ Cape Breton Highlands National Park and views from the Cabot Trail

~ Grand Pre, a UNESCO-listed National Historic Site, to learn about Acadian history

~ The charming Quidi Vidi Village on Newfoundland's Labrador coast, including a tour of its brewing company, a pottery factory, and dinner

~ A tour of St. Johns, capital of Newfoundland, including Government House, Signal Hill, the Cabot Tower, and the stunning Cape Spear Lighthouse

~ Whale-watching to look for humpback whales, the basis for the fisheries industry in the Maritimes for almost four centuries, as well as to discover puffins and other seabirds (summer only-fall departures do not include whale-watching, and tour price is reduced)

Tour Activity Estimates
 Average Daily Walking: 1 Hour
Average Activity Level: Easy to Moderate (mostly flat terrain, including paved roads, footpaths, boardwalks, few hills and stairs). This tour averages 3-5 hours of tour time daily on a bus, due to distances between destinations.

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