Halifax * Kejimkujik NP/Liverpool * Wolfville * Margaree/Glenville * Sydney Area * Liscomb/Salmon River
Nova Scotia offers so much to see and do that 7 days is only long enough to whet your appetite for the province. Interior wilds of forests, lakes and rivers combine with rugged seacoast, tiny fishing villages and vast, almost unused beaches. The inland is still wild and forested, with quiet rivers and lakes. The coastline is infinitely varied, from rocky cliffs to seemingly endless sand beaches. And each stretch of coastline has its own ”ocean” – the Bay of Fundy, with the highest recorded tides in the world (up to 16 metres); Northumberland Strait, with the warmest waters north of the Carolinas; the Atlantic coast with its white sand beaches; and the Bras D'Or Lake, a great inland salt sea.
9 days from £1,588 per person twin share including flights
|Departure Dates||EARLY BOOKING
|20 May - 21 Jun 2017||£1588||£1722||Quote|
|22 Jun - 30 Jun||£1926||£2060||Quote|
|01 July - 16 Aug||£1979||£2112||Quote|
|17 Aug - 31 Aug||£1640||£1774||Quote|
|01 Sep - 15 Oct||£1588||£1722||Quote|
|01 - 06 Sep 2016||£1451||£1547||Quote|
|07 Sep - 15 Oct||£1451||£1547||Quote|
Day 1 - UK – Halifax
Your Canada holiday starts with a departure from Heathrow for your Air Canada flight to Halifax. On arrival collect you car and head for your hotel. Welcome to Nova Scotia’s provincial capital, this attractive city is a bustling hub of art galleries, shops, museums, restaurants, sidewalk cafes and vibrant nightlife centred around the picturesque waterfront. Officially founded in 1749 the history dates back even further to times of Mi’kmaq Natives, European Fisherman and the early Acadians long before the British arrived.
Overnights (2): Halifax
Day 2 - Halifax
This morning why not try a city tour and take in the sights of Citadel Hill, Halifax Harbour, Historic Properties, Bedford Basin, Point Pleasant Park and much more. Afternoon at leisure to explore the city further; visit one of the excellent nearby malls, enjoy a Harbour tour or take the ferry over to the city of Dartmouth. A visit to the excellent Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is a must! See the unique collection of memorabilia collected after the tragic Titanic disaster.
Day 3 - Halifax – Kejimkujik National Park (175 km)
Rocky harbours with hidden bays and islands have made Nova Scotia’s south shore a pirate’s and smuggler’s paradise for over 300 years. Tiny fishing villages cling to the ocean edge and white sand beaches stretch endlessly. Each day small lobster boats go out to sea and return with Nova Scotia’s most precious export. Visit the much photographed Peggy’s Cove, elegant Chester, picturesque Mahone Bay and UNESCO World Heritage Site Lunenburg to name but a few of the attractive coastal villages en route.
Overnight (1): Liverpool
Day 4 - Kejimkujik NP – Wolfville (160 km)
In an area with lakes, wild rivers, and forest, Kejimkujik National Park has abundant wildlife and prehistoric Mi’kmaq–Indian campsites. Enjoy a walk on a forest trail or try canoeing on North America’s oldest canoe routes. The Annapolis Valley is the oldest settled part of Canada and the lushest agricultural area of Eastern Canada. This is reflected in the ornate, aristocratic wooden houses common to the area, a result of the 300 years of prosperity farmers and forest owners have enjoyed here. Lobster dinners are a specialty of the area. Visit the Grand Pre Winery for a Tour & Wine Tasting.
Overnight (1): Wolfville
Day 5 - Wolfville – Margaree/Glenville (400 km)
The Bay of Fundy is home to the world’s highest tides. A Mecca for migrating birds, the large tidal rivers expose broad expanses of mud banks and salt marshes at low tide; hours later they are covered with 12m of water or more! Drive through the scenic hardwood hills of Eastern Nova Scotia where is seems every little roadside stream has been dammed by beavers and cross to Cape Breton Island by the causeway. The Bras D’Or Lake, which occupies the island’s heart, is one of the most.
striking features of eastern Canada... a huge inland sea, perfect for swimming, sailing, and sightseeing.
Overnight (1): Margaree/Glenville
Day 6 - Margaree/Glenville – Sydney (300 km)
Take in an optional morning whale-watching cruise or enjoy a drive around the Cabot Trail. The Cabot Trail is one of Canada’s best loved scenic drives and follows the impressive coastline from sea level up to an alpine plateau 500m above the sea. Waterfalls and swift running streams can be found near the road, and opportunities for seeing moose are excellent. Whales can often be spotted from the walking trails which overlook the coast.
Overnight (1): Sydney
Day 7 - Sydney – Charlos Cove/Liscomb (200 km)
A side trip leads to the Fortress of Louisbourg, Canada’s largest National Historic Site, and the strongest French fortress ever built in the Americas. Between June and September, costumed “animators” live in the fortress, making it come alive as it was in the summer of 1744. The Marine Drive of the Eastern Shore leads you through a land of pristine coastal beauty, where quiet shoreline roads wind through scenic seaside villages.
Overnight (1): Charlos Cove/Liscomb
Day 8 - Charlos Cove/Liscomb - Halifax/ Departure (200 km)
Further discover the Eastern Shore, where smoked salmon (can be packaged for your return flight), mackerel and eels can be purchased in the area before arriving at Halifax Stanfield Airport and dropping your car at the Airport in time for your flight to the UK.
Day 9 - Arrive UK
BRITISH AIRWAYS ECONOMY CLASS DOMESTIC ADD-ONS
Available in conjunction with your trans-atlantic Air Canada flights between London and to/from Aberdeen, Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester and Newcastle. Details on request.
Air Canada Upgrade to Executive First
Designed to provide you with your own personal space that is ideal for a good night sleep, each Executive First Suite* reclines into a fully flat bed at the touch of a button. Armed with a comfy pillow and duvet and fully equipped with all the latest in-flight amenities, you will arrive at your destination completely refreshed and ready to start your day.
|3 Star||4 Star||5 Star|
|Halifax||Atlantica Hotel Halifax||The Prince George Hotel|
|Liverpool||White Point Beach Resort||White Point Beach Resort|
|Wolfville||Blomidon Inn||Victorias Historic Inn|
|Margaree Valley||Auberge Doucet Inn||Glenora Inn & Distillery Resort|
|Sydney||Cambridge Suites Hotel Sydney||Cambridge Suites Hotel Sydney|
|Charlos Cove||Seawind Landing Country Inn||DesBarress Manor Inn - Guysborough|
All offers are subject to availability. once a booking is confirmed your holiday price is 100% GUARANTEED against any increase in price such as currency exchange fluctuations or fuel surcharges. Other companies may surcharge you by up to 10% more!
Location: This convention centre and hotel is close to attractions such as the Citadel Hill Historic Fortress and Casino Nova Scotia.
Number of Rooms: 230
Accommodation: Air conditioning, TV, in-room movies (charge), telephone, WIFI internet access available throughout the property (free), clock radio, coffee maker, iron with board, hair dryer, adjoining rooms available on request, rollaway bed $20, Green Key. Restaurant, bar, indoor pool, fitness centre, sauna, whirlpool, drycleaning, guest laundry, business centre, children 12 and under eat free, parking $20, pet friendly property. Wheelchair accessible room(s).
Location: First class hotel in the heart of downtown connected to and indoor pedestrian walkway to the Halifax waterfront. The property features a large garden patio connecting to the indoor pool. The hotel is complemented by the acclaimed onsite restaurant, Gio and level Bar
Number of Rooms: 201
Accommodation: Air conditioning, TV, in-room movies (charge), telephone, WIFI internet access available throughout the property (free), coffee maker, mini fridge, iron with board, hair dryer, adjoining rooms available on request, rollaway bed $20, Green Key. Restaurant, bar, indoor pool, fitness centre, sauna, whirlpool, parking $22. Wheelchair accessible rooms with roll in shower.