New Brunswick/ Prince Edward Island

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Holidays to New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island

Perched on Canadas east coast along the Atlantic Ocean, New Brunswick the gateway to the Maritimes and home to some of the most incredible Marine Wonders of the World. Highways from all points in the United States and Canada join the Trans-Canada Highway into New Brunswick, making it an easy drive from Ontario, Québec, New England, or other points on the eastern seaboard of the United States. This is the province of The Bay of Fundy and offers some of the most spectacular scenic drives. Whale watching is amazing here and you will be able to see a wide variety of species. Sample the fantastic seafood which is in abundance and many of the scenic routes have villages filled with fantastic restaurants. 

 

Holidays to Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is Canada's smallest and greenest province. Cradled on the waves of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, PEI is known for the vivid colours of its gently rolling landscape, surrounded by miles of sandy beaches and red sandstone cliffs. Due to its irregular shape and many bays and inlets and secret treasures tucked away and quietly awaiting discovery. The beaches are fantastic and much of the coastline is decorated with lighthouses providing extra incentive to take the coastal drives around the island. Visitors come from around the world to Prince Edward Island to see the setting of Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery’s beloved novel. 

holidays to The Bay of Fundy

Home to the highest tides in the world, the Bay of Fundy is a 270 km (170 mile) long ocean bay stretch between the province of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on Canadas east coast. The Bay of Fundy moves 100-billion tonnes of water, twice daily, just so you can take a stroll on the ocean floor.

At high tide, it's amazing to kayak around the incredible giant sculptures at Reversing Rapids in the city of Saint John, and take a thrilling jet boat ride on the rapids where the tide meets the flow of the St. John River and actually reverses its flow

Anne Of Green Gables

Visitors come from around the world to Prince Edward Island , the setting for the beloved novel and even after 100 years, Anne shows no signs of fatigue.Those who love the books or the TV miniseries make their way to Green Gables to see the sights that pay tribute to their favourite red-haired heroine and her creator, Lucy Maud Montgomery.

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