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Canadian Maritimes

Canadian Maritimes

$2655 / per person
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We fly into Halifax, Nova Scotia with stops at Peggy’s Cove, the Cabot Trail, one of the most stunning and picturesque drives in North America, Prince Edward Island and much more.

Dates

August 6-13, 2019

8 Days

Pricing

Double:  $2,655/person

Single:  $3,440/person

Air: $925*

*Approximate round trip airfare from St. Louis. Deduct $150 if meeting at the airport.

Highlights

11 Meals

Peggy’s Cove

Halifax City Tour

The Citadel

Halifax Public Gardens

Cape Breton Island

Alexander Graham Bell Museum

Cabot Trail

Prince Edward Island

Charlottetown

Anne of Green Gables Musical

Lobster Dinner

Bay of Fundy’s Hopewell Rocks

Passport Required

Moderate Activity Level

Reservation Info

A $100 per person deposit due at time of booking. Special cancellation policies apply. Reservations recommended by May 1, 2019 to avoid utilization deadlines. Please call the office after May 1 to check availability.

Departure Info

Pickup points for transfer to St. Louis Airport: Decatur, Springfield, Litchfield, Pontoon Beach, Marion, Mt. Vernon, Nashville, Fairview Heights, South County, Cape Girardeau, Evansville

Tour Plan

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Day 1 | Halifax

Arrive in Halifax and check into our accommodations.
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Day 2 | Peggy's Cove

After breakfast at the hotel, visit Peggy’s Cove, a renowned and rugged fishing village and lighthouse. This afternoon, a guided tour of Halifax features a visit to the fortress called “The Citadel” which dominates the city. A stop at the Halifax Public Gardens displays the ever-evolving versatility and symmetry of the only true Victorian garden in North America. This afternoon, enjoy some free time. Dinner included this evening in Halifax. (B,D)
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Day 3 | Cape Breton

Today we travel to Cape Breton with a stop at the Truro Tidal Wave Visitor’s Center. The towns of New Glasgow and Antigonish reflect the strong Scottish heritage of Nova Scotia. Upon crossing the Canso Causeway, we enter Cape Breton Island for a two-night stay. Before checking into our hotel, enjoy a visit to the Alexander Graham Bell Museum for a glimpse into the mind of a world-famous inventor who helped shape the modern world. (B)
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Day 4 | Cabot Trail

Our day is spent on the Cabot Trail, one of the most stunning and picturesque drives in North America. This scenic highway begins in the Bras d’Or Lake area and winds around the rocky coast of Cape Breton’s northern shore. Lookouts offer unforgettable vistas of the rugged coastline, so have your cameras ready. We will make a few stops, including one to enjoy a box lunch. (B,L)
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Day 5 | Prince Edward Island

After breakfast, leave Cape Breton behind as we travel to catch the ferry to Prince Edward Island. The large island is marked by red-sand beaches, lighthouses and fertile farmland and is known for great lobster and mussels. Charlottetown, the capital, is home to Victorian government buildings and the modern Confederation Centre of the Arts. This evening, depart for the Centre for a musical performance of Anne of Green Gables. (B)
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Day 6 : Prince Edward Island

We will enjoy a guided tour of Prince Edward Island including beaches, countryside and visiting Anne of Green Gables National Park. The Island’s landscape is pastoral with rolling hills, beautiful beaches and ocean coves and has a reputation as a province of outstanding natural beauty. A wonderful lobster dinner awaits us this evening. (B,D)
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Day 7 | New Brunswick

After breakfast, leave Prince Edward Island to travel across the Confederation Bridge into the province of New Brunswick. We will visit the Bay of Fundy’s Hopewell Rocks, otherwise known as the “flower pot rocks.” This area has the highest tides in the world, but at low tide it’s possible to walk on the ocean floor to view these magnificent rocks. Continue on to the city of St. John for the night. A farewell dinner is included this evening. (B,D)
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Day 8 | Return Home

Travel to Halifax for your flight home. (B)
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