MARITIMES & NEW ENGLAND FLY-IN – 16 Days | September 7 & 14, 2018

  • Winnipeg Departure

  • Single $5,599
  • Double $4,399
16 Days | Sep 7
Your Package Includes: • Airfare and paid airline baggage fees for one checked bag per person • Guided tours of Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Prince Edward Island and Halifax • Parliament Hill • St. Joseph’s Oratory • Notre Dame Basilica • Montmorency Falls • Sainte Anne de Beaupre • Musee de Sculpture Sur Bois • Hartland Bridge • Fundy National Park • Hopewell Rocks • Anne of Green Gables Home • 2 Ferry Crossings • Alexander Graham Bell Museum • Cape Breton Highlands National Park • Cabot Trail • Ceilidh, a Gaelic gathering • Pier 21 • Citadel National Historic Site • Peggy’s Cove • Annapolis Valley • Grand-Pré National Historic Site • Reversing Falls • Niagara Falls

Meals Include: • 8 Breakfasts • Sugar Shack Dinner • Lobster Dinner • Cabot Trail Picnic Lunch • Tea at Rita MacNeil’s Tea Room • Special Fehr-Way Dinner at Skylon Tower in Niagara Falls
   

 $50 EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT if booked with deposit 90 days before departure

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*Land only. Air ticketing is not advised until tour is guaranteed to go. Air transfers and luggage fee not included.

DEPOSIT: $500.00 per person, plus optional travel insurance due at booking. Final payment due 60 days before departure date.

DAY 1 WINNIPEG – OTTAWA (2 NIGHTS) Arrive in our nation’s capital, Ottawa, for a two-night stay.

DAY 2 OTTAWA AREA A Guided Tour of Ottawa includes the Rideau Canal, Rideau Hall, a drive down Sussex past the home of the Prime Minister, and an opportunity to explore the ByWard Market and Parliament Hill.

DAY 3 OTTAWA – QUEBEC CITY (2 NIGHTS) A journey along the Ottawa River brings us to Montreal for a Guided Tour of the city’s most popular sites, including St. Joseph’s Oratory and the Notre Dame Basilica. We then continue to Quebec City for a two-night stay in North America’s oldest walled city.

DAY 4 QUEBEC CITY AREA Step into history as a locally Guided Tour reveals the landmarks of New France. Spend some free time exploring Old Quebec before leaving for Montmorency Falls and Sainte Anne de Beaupre to visit the beautiful Basilica. Tonight, we will be served an authentic French Canadian meal at a Sugar Shack.

DAY 5 QUEBEC CITY – FREDERICTON This morning, we will follow the St. Lawrence River, with a stop in St. Jean Port Joli, the woodcarving capital of Quebec, and at Musée de Sculpture Sur Bois, the largest interpretation centre and most prestigious wood carving museum in North America. The capital city of New Brunswick, Fredericton, is our home for the night. En route, stop in Hartland, NB, to see the World’s Longest Covered Bridge.

DAY 6 FREDERICTON – PEI (2 NIGHTS) Enjoy coastal views on a morning drive in Fundy National Park. Stop at the Hopewell Rocks to see the unique effects of the high tides in the Bay of Fundy. Next up, is a photo opportunity with the largest lobster in Shediac. Our journey continues across to PEI over Confederation Bridge – the world’s longest bridge over ice forming waters.

DAY 7 PEI AREA A Guided Tour in PEI will highlight the fabled Anne of Green Gables Home and North Rustico Harbour. Visit the capital of PEI, Charlottetown, known as, “The birthplace of Confederation.” Tonight savour one of PEI’s mouth-watering Lobster Dinners (other meal options available).

DAY 8 PEI – CAPE BRETON ISLAND (2 NIGHTS) Board the ferry and cross the Northumberland Strait to Pictou, NS. After crossing the Canso Causeway, we will visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum which features the many inventions of its famous namesake.

DAY 9 CAPE BRETON ISLAND AREA Follow the Cabot Trail through Cape Breton Highlands National Park; lush green mountains, deep gorges and sandy beaches make it one of North America’s most spectacular drives. Enjoy a Picnic Lunch and experience a Ceilidh (pronounced kay-lee) – a Gaelic word meaning gathering.

DAY 10 CAPE BRETON – HALIFAX AREA (2 NIGHTS) Begin the day with tea at Rita MacNeil’s delightful Tea Room. Enjoy an early arrival at the hotel and explore the area at your leisure.

DAY 11 HALIFAX AREA Famed Citadel Hill and Titanic historic sites are among the interesting places we’ll visit on Tour of Halifax. Visit Pier 21, a former ocean liner terminal and Canada’s National Museum of Immigration. Later we’ll drive along the Lighthouse Route to famous Peggy’s Cove.

DAY 12 HALIFAX – SAINT JOHN Travel via the Annapolis Valley to Grand-Pre, where Longfellow’s ‘Evangeline’ is immortalized. Then it’s on to the Digby, NS, to ferry across the Bay of Fundy to Canada’s oldest incorporated city, Saint John. We will see the Reversing Falls before heading to our hotel.

DAY 13 SAINT JOHN – GORHAM Today, we’ll make a stop at Canada’s oldest candy company, Ganong Bros., to sample this chocolatier’s carefully re-created old-fashioned candy. Entering the United States at Calais, Maine, we head for the White Mountains of New Hampshire for the night.

DAY 14 GORHAM – ALBANY Today, we enter the state of Vermont and stop at the Maple Grove gift shop. Our overnight stop is in the capital city of New York State.

DAY 15 ALBANY – NIAGARA FALLS This afternoon, we will arrive in the honeymoon capital of the world, Niagara Falls, Canada, and share a Fehr-Way Dinner at the fabulous Skylon Tower.

DAY 16 NIAGARA FALLS – WINNIPEG As we get ready to transfer to Toronto and prepare for the journey home, we bid farewell to the new travelling companions we made on this wonderful Maritimes & New England holiday.

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