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  • Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province in terms of land area and population

Prince Edward Island (PEI) is Canada’s smallest province. It is located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, west of Cape Breton Island, north of the Nova Scotia peninsula, and east of New Brunswick. The capital city is Charlottetown.

The island's landscape is pastoral: rolling hills, woods, reddish white sand beaches, ocean coves and famous red soil. With gently rolling hills, Acadian forest and pristine beaches, Prince Edward Island can be described as an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Activities include boating, paddling, watersports, whale watching, and deep-sea fishing.

Visitors come from all over the world to Green Gables House, a National Historic Site located in Cavendish, based on the classic Canadian children’s book, “Anne of Green Gables.”

Prince Edward Island National Park is a big draw for its red cliffs, sand dunes, and Cavendish Beach. Famous drives include North Cape Coastal Drive and Points East Coastal Drive with more than 50 phenomenal beaches. Gateway Village at Confederation Bridge offers stunning views of the bridge linking PEI to New Brunswick. And historic charm and countryside elegance can be found at Dalvay by the Sea resort.

Good food – particularly shellfish and seafood – is a way of life on Prince Edward Island, with fresh, local ingredients from the land and sea. Pack your appetite and come discover Canada’s “Food Island” - there is no way you will leave hungry.

Prince Edward Island, Canada

  • 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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  • 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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