ALL CANADIAN MARITIMES – 16 Days | July 16, 2017

  • Double $4,299 $3,499*
  • Single $5,499 $4,699*
16 Days | Jul 16
Your Package Includes: • One bag per person Airline fee • Guided tours of Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Prince Edward Island, Halifax and St. Andrews-by-the-Sea • Parliament Hill • Notre Dame Basilica • Montmorency Falls • Ste. Anne du Beaupre • Musée de Sculpture sur Bois • Fundy National Park • Hopewell Rocks • Anne of Green Gables Home • 2 Ferry Rides • Alexander Graham Bell Museum • Cape Breton Highlands National Park • Cabot Trail • Citadel Hill • Pier 21 • Peggy’s Cove • Grand-Pré National Historic Site • Reversing Falls • Hartland Bridge • Covered Bridge Potato Factory • Grand Falls Gorge Meals Include: • 5 Breakfasts • Sugar Shack Dinner • Lobster Dinner • Picnic Lunch on Cabot Trail • Tea at Rita MacNeil’s Teahouse • Fehr-Way Farewell Dinner

Print Tour – All Canadian Maritimes

*LAND ONLY. Air ticketing is not advised until tour is guaranteed. Air transfers not included.

DEPOSIT: $500.00 per person, plus optional travel insurance, plus GST & air tax. Final payment due 60 days prior to departure date.

DAY 1 Winnipeg – Ottawa, ON (2 Nights)  Begin with a relaxing flight to Ottawa. On arrival a Guided Tour of Ottawa which will include Parliament Hill and orient you to the nation’s beautiful Capital city.

DAY 2 Ottawa  This is a free day to enjoy optional activities. Perhaps a boat cruise on the Ottawa River, shopping at Byward Market or one of the numerous museums will interest you.

DAY 3 Ottawa – Quebec City, QC (2 nights)  A drive along the Ottawa River brings you to Montreal for a Guided Tour of Montreal’s most popular sites, including Notre Dame Basilica. Then we continue on to Quebec City for a two night stay in North America’s oldest walled city.

DAY 4 Quebec City  A Guided Tour of Quebec City reveals the landmarks of the French regime. Your afternoon is free to explore the shops and cafés in old Quebec before leaving for Montmorency Falls and Ste. Anne du Beaupre to visit the beautiful Basilica there. This evening enjoy a traditional French Canadian meal at a Sugar Shack on the Ile d’Orleans.

DAY 5 Quebec City – Bathurst, NB  Today follow the scenic southern shore of the St. Lawrence River, with a stop in St. Jean-Port-Joli at the Musée de Sculpture sur Bois , the most prestigious wood carving museum in North America.

DAY 6 Bathurst – Charlottetown, PEI (3 nights)  Enjoy a morning drive in Fundy National Park. Stop at Hopewell Rocks and see the peculiar rock formations, which look like forested islands at high tide and flowerpots at low tide. Travel across the Confederation Bridge to PEI.

DAY 7 Prince Edward Island  A full day Guided Tour in PEI reveals its rustic charm, including the fabled Anne of Green Gables Home and Cavendish Beach. Visit the capital of PEI, Charlottetown, the birthplace of Confederation.

DAY 8 Prince Edward Island  Today is yours to explore. If you wish, board the coach this morning for a scenic drive to explore more of picturesque PEI. Maybe you’d like to stick your feet in the ocean! Tonight enjoy one of PEI’s traditional mouth-watering Lobster Dinners.

DAY 9 PEI – Cape Breton Island, NS (2 Nights)  After a ferry ride across the Northumberland Strait, discover the life and passions of one of North America’s most prolific inventors at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck. Afterwards, relax and enjoy an optional Sailing Tour aboard the Amoeba, with an entertaining and educational narrative of the Bras d’Or Lake area.

DAY 10 Cape Breton Island  Imagine yourself in the highlands of Scotland as we follow the Cabot Trail through Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Magnificent views of rugged coastline make the Cabot Trail one of North America’s most spectacular drives. Enjoy a picnic lunch along the trail.

DAY 11 Cape Breton – Halifax, NS (2 nights)  Begin the day with tea at Rita MacNeil’s Teahouse. On arrival in Halifax, an option to tour Alexander Keith’s Brewery is available before dinner.

DAY 12 Halifax  Citadel Hill is among the many interesting places you’ll visit on your tour of Halifax today. This afternoon, visit the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, where 1.5 million immigrants, war brides, displaced people, evacuee children and Canadian military personnel entered Canada from 1928 -1971. Later we drive along the Lighthouse Route to Peggy’s Cove, an authentic 19th century fishing village.

DAY 13 Halifax – Saint John, NB  Visit Grand-Pré National Historic Site, where Longfellow’s ‘Evangeline’ is immortalized. Then it’s on to Saint John by Ferry. View the Reversing Falls where the Fundy tides force the Saint John River to reverse direction.

DAY 14 Saint John – Grand Falls, NB  Travel along the Bay of Fundy to St. Andrews-by-the-Sea to enjoy a Guided Tour and visit the quaint little shops. Stop at the Hartland Bridge and visit the Covered Bridge Potato Factory before heading to Grand Falls.

DAY 15 Grand Falls – Montreal area, QC  View the Grand Falls Gorge today as we return to the province of Quebec, and its scenic countryside. Tonight we enjoy our last evening together at our Fehr-Way Farewell Dinner.

DAY 16 Montreal Area – Winnipeg  This morning transfer to Ottawa and board your plane for the trip home after a great adventure.


  • Round Trip Airfare
  • Luxury Motorcoach
  • Quality Accommodations
  • Airport Transfers