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Atlantic Canada

It’s natural beauty, rich history, vibrant culture and warm hospitality have made this seaside region a top group destination. Find out why and discover places that will change you forever.

Begin you journey in Nova Scotia. With over 7600kms of seacoast, it’s easy to understand why this province is defined by its relationship with the sea and boasts some of the most amazing natural wonders. Groups will see the waves crashing against the cliffs at Peggy’s Cove; explore the beautiful and historic town of Lunenburg – A UNESCO world heritage site; take a thrilling journey back in time to the Fortress of Louisbourg; stand in the place where almost any Canadian can trace their European ancestors at Pier 21, travel along the world-famous scenic highway called the Cabot Trail; hear the sound of Celtic music; discover Halifax and it’s bustling waterfront and much more…

Then, it’s on to Prince Edward Island, Canada’s birthplace and one of the country’s top Golf destinations. Attend one of their many festivals that celebrate everything from their Celtic roots to Shellfish. Discover the home of Green Gables; visit Founder’s Hall in historic Charlottetown or relax on one of their many sandy beaches. Good friends, good times, good music & lots of world famous Prince Edward Island shellfish such as oysters & mussels.

Next comes New Brunswick, beloved by group travelers for its diverse cultural attractions and fabulous natural wonders. Experience the magnitude and power of the world’s highest tides at The Hopewell Rock. InBouctouche, your group will discover the art of soap-making at the Olivier Soapery and enter the world of la Sagouine at Le Pays de la Sagouine. With the sounds of fiddles, guitars and spoons, the Kitchen Party is a tradition that is still happening today. Explore Fredericton, New Brunswick’s capital and visit top attractions such as the Beaverbrook Art Gallery & the Historic Garrison District.

In addition and not to be missed is the province of Newfoundland & Labrador, where 10,000-years old icebergs cross path with north-migrating humpback whales. Discover Gros-Morne National Park & l’Anse-aux-Meadows – the only authenticated Viking settlement in North America. Around every bend you will learn of piece of history, see spectacular scenery, and hear some colorful stories...

Without a doubt, groups will love Canada’s East Coast scenic beauty, historic and cultural heritage & sites, welcoming people, picturesque village and vibrant cities. Atlantic Canada…Getting here is easy, it’s leaving that is hard!