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  • Peggy's Cove Lighthouse

The South Shore is a summer playground for residents of both Canada and the United States. Historic Lunenburg is a UNESCO heritage site that is home to dozens of wildly colourful buildings. It’s also the home of Canada’s most famous ship, the Bluenose. Take a drive out to tiny Blue Rocks for a glimpse of a quintessential Nova Scotia fishing village. Further south and west, you’ll find tons of beautiful coastlines with brilliant white and red lighthouses. Port Royal was Canada’s first permanent European settlement, founded by the French in 1605. Nearby Annapolis Royal is home to Fort Anne, which has been controlled over the years by the French, Scots, British – and now visitors from Canada and around the world. Further up the beautiful, quiet Annapolis Valley, you’ll find the town of Wolfville, home to Acadia University. This area is famous for its wines and for the Grand Pre National Historic Site, which traces the sad story of the Acadians and their expulsion from Canada. Cape Breton and the Cabot Trail is rightly praised as one of the great drives on the planet. The road surges and rises and falls along towering cliffs and takes you past empty beaches and cute coastal towns like Mabou and Ingonish.

Nova Scotia, Canada

  • Eastern Rail Experience

    MODERATE | RAIL TOUR: From the bustling seaport of Halifax to the vibrant city of Toronto by train, with stops in the Québec City and Montréal for plenty of magnificent French flavour. Combining big city flair, the romance of rail travel and riveting landscapes across three provinces makes for a superb trip not just for train buffs.
    Duration:
    8 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,483
    Trip Type:
    Rail Travel Ideas
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  • A Taste Of The Maritimes

    FIRST-CLASS | SELF-DRIVE: Embark on a journey to experience the natural wonders, historic centers and fascinating cultures representing some of the oldest communities in the country. See vibrant Halifax, the commercial center of the Maritimes and follow the lighthouse route to Digby, where you cross the Bay of Fundy into Saint John. Its charming streets reflect elements of its colonial past, while on PEI Charlottetown embodies the small city charm of the region. Finally, Baddeck serves as the hub from which to explore the stunning coastlines and primeval forests of the Cabot Trail.
    Duration:
    13 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,845
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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  • Circle Newfoundland & Labrador

    FIRST-CLASS | ESCORTED COACH TOURING: You are going to be surprised how many Canadian National Historic Sites there are to discover on this trip, some with UNESCO World Heritage designations. The warmth, charm, and humour of the people of Newfoundland is well-know and you can experience lots of it as you travel around the island. The stark beauty and mysterious landscapes of Labrador are a short ferry trip across from the island. Discover a piece of history here that dates to the 16th century. Impressively, the Viking settlements at L’Anse aux Meadows, at Newfoundland’s most northern point, are considerably older.
    Duration:
    13 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 4,608
    Trip Type:
    Escorted Coach Touring
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  • French Culture, Lobsters and Lighthouses

    FIRST-CLASS | SELF-DRIVE: Lobsters and lighthouses are part of a fascinating journey that visits the first urban centers and villages of Québec along the St. Lawrence River before travelling into Acadia and further east to explore the stark magnificence of the Cape Breton Highlands. The route leads back into Quebec passing by the Gulf of St. Lawrence en route to Québec City. A trip packed with history, mesmerizing landscapes, vibrant art and culture, and culinary delights.
    Duration:
    18 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,669
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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  • Maritime Magic Treasures

    MODERATE | SELF-DRIVE: Our route through the Maritime offers the very best of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Start in Halifax before traversing Nova Scotia’s picturesque fishing villages and rugged coastal landscapes at the Bay of Fundy. Travel to charming Prince Edward Island and admire the beauty of the low rolling countryside of Canada’s smallest province and cradle of Canadian confederation. Make your way to Cape Breton and enjoy breathtaking views on the Cabot Trail.
    Duration:
    14 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,040
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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