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Nova Scotia Holiday Packages

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Eastern Splendours Rail Tour 

Toronto * Niagara Falls * Ottawa * Montreal * Quebec City * Halifax

A multi centre holiday combining the best of the eastern Canada with travel by VIA Rail to Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax, including a full sightseeing programme including a whale watching cruise.

2018 - 15 days from £2,840 sharing twin + flights

Maritime Pure Fly Drive 

Halifax * South Shore/Liverpool * Kejimkujik National Park/Digby * Wolfville * Parrsboro * Shediac/Sackville * O'Leary/Alberton * Charlottetown * Margaree/Glenville/Cheticamp * Sydney Area * Eastern Shore * Halifax

The Atlantic Canada Provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island combine stunning coastal scenery, accessible wilderness and rural landscapes. This is the oldest settled part of Canada, where solid wooden homes are the rule and yet the population is o­ne of the lowest in the world, and so it is never hard to find beautiful surroundings which you will have all to yourself.

2018 - 16 days from £2,042 per person twin share + flights

Canada Maritime Fly Drive 

Halifax * Liverpool * Digby/Saint John * Fredericton * Riviere-du-Loup * Ste.-Anne-des-Monts * Perce * Dalhousie * Shediac/Sackville * Charlottetown * Margaree * Sydney * Charlos Cove/Liscomb

This superb fly drive leads you from the southern coast of Nova Scotia, a medley of picturesque fishing villages, rocky points, forested islands, and broad sand beaches, to the wild coast of the Gaspesie in Quebec, with its huge seabird colonies and steep cliffs. En route you will experience the Bay of Fundy, home of the world's highest tides, the Gulf coast of New Brunswick with its long sand bars and dunes and the red cliffs of Prince Edward Island. Finally, take in the sights of Cabot Trail, Atlantic America’s best-loved scenic drive, as you return to Halifax.

2018 - 15 days from £2,231 per person twin share + flights

Tides and Parks of Atlantic Canada Fly Drive 

Halifax * Bridgewater * Digby * Fredericton * Moncton * Charlottetown * Baddeck * Corner Brook * Gander * Clarenville * St. John's

This fly drive adventure brings you a combination of the Atlantic provinces’ most magnificent vistas, thrilling adventures, charming villages and fascinating cities. Begin in the maritime city of Halifax before visiting Nova Scotia’s picturesque fishing villages and rugged coastal landscapes to the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick. Highlights include Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton, the Bras d’Or Lake and Cabot Trail. Newfoundland’s magnificent coastline is the highlight of this energizing trip. Whale watch amid huge icebergs!

21 days from £2,646 per person twin share including flights

Eastern Treasures Multi Centre 

Toronto * Niagara Falls * Montreal * Quebec * Halifax * Lunenburg * Peggy's Cove

A superb multi centre tour of Eastern and Atlantic Canada incorporating a visit to cosmopolitan Toronto, coupled with a spectacular day trip to awesome Niagara Falls and a VIA Rail train journey to Montreal in Quebec with a tour to the walled city of Quebec City. After flying to Halifax in Nova Scotia continue your holiday with visits to Lunenburg, Mahone Bay and Peggy's Cove with the opportunity to explore this eastern province of Nova Scotia, renowned for its seafood, marine wildlife and maritime heritage.

2018 - 11 days from £2,229 per person twin share + flights

Great Atlantic National Parks Fly Drive 

Halifax * Kejimkujik Nat.Park * Digby * Fredericton * Kouchibouguac Nat.Park * Moncton/Shediac * Alberton/O'Leary * National Park Area * Montague * Sydney * Port-aux-Basques * Gros Morne * Twillingate * Terra Nova * St. John’s * Sydney * Cheticamp/Glenville * Halifax

If Canada’s nature is your interest, this is your trip. Untouched landscapes, abundant wildlife combined with Canadian “down-home” hospitality. Atlantic Canada is famous for its relaxed lifestyle. We have scheduled several two-night stops so that you have time to get to know each National Park and meet local people, as well as opportunities to shop, enjoy a beach, or explore on your own. Those who enjoy nature will find this a paradise; from moose to whales, from sun-baked sand beaches to icebergs; from wild forests, lakes and rivers to barren mountaintops; from fjords to waterfalls; from some of the largest seabird colonies in the world to endangered turtles; Atlantic Canada has it all!

2018 - 23 days from £3,012 per person twin share + flights

Lighthouses and Hidden Treasures of Nova Scotia Fly Drive Tour 

Halifax * Lunenburg * Yarmouth * Digby * Wolfville* Tatamagouche * Margaree * Dundee/Arichat * Charlos Cove/Sherbrooke * Halifax

Nova Scotia is the crown jewel of Canada’s East Coast. Composed of a peninsula and its surrounding islands, it offers you the chance to indulge yourself in the Canadian outdoors at its best, while enjoying excellent accommodation, dining, and other services. The inland is still wild and forested, with quiet rivers and lakes. The coast-line is infinitely varied, from rocky peninsulas to seemingly endless sand beaches. Each stretch of coastline has its own ‘ocean’ – the Bay of Fundy; Northumberland Strait; the Atlantic coast and the Bras D’Or Lake.

2018 - 16 days from £2,148 per person twin share + flights


Country Inns of the Maritimes Fly Drive 

Halifax * Charlos Cove/Sherbrooke * Sydney Area * Margaree/Mabou * Charlottetown * Shediac/Sackville/Moncton * St. Martins * Digby * Lunenburg/Mahone Bay * Halifax

The peninsulas and islands of Atlantic Canada form a truly unique region. Influenced by both the Labrador Current and the Gulf Stream, they face both the open Atlantic Ocean and the sheltered Gulf of St. Lawrence. On this trip, you will visit Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island and experience all the ‘Five Seas’ of Atlantic Canada: The mighty Atlantic Ocean, the Northumberland Strait, with the warmest waters north of the Carolinas, the Bay of Fundy, with the world’s highest tides, the Bras D’Or Lake, Cape Breton Island’s huge, salt ‘inland sea’ and finally the sheltered Gulf of St. Lawrence, fed from the mighty Great Lakes. With only a moderate population of people, but blessed with an abundance of wildlife and natural beauty, it is not surprising that the region contains 5 National Parks. There is city life – but the magic of the region is discovering its small towns and villages.  Enjoy the local culture best by staying in small, alluring country inns.

2018 - 15 days from £2,237 per person twin share + flights

Circle Newfoundland & Labrador Escorted Tour 

Halifax * Port-Aux-Basques * Port Au Choix * L'Anse Au Clair * St Anthony * Cow Head * Gander

This escorted itinerary highlights the striking landscapes and historical attractions of Newfoundland and Labrador.  Along the way, view the northern-most tip of the island of Newfoundland and journey to the eastern-most point in North America. Several boat tours are included in the tour offer, providing the opportunity to see whales, sea birds and depending o­n the time of the year, massive icebergs! Enjoy this exciting tour which combines inspiring scenery, wildlife sightings and reminders of an ancient past.

2018 - 14 days from £3,536 twin share + flights

Atlantic Maritimes Escorted Tour 

Halifax * Annapolis Valley * Moncton* Charlottetown * Baddeck * Halifax

Experience the Maritimes with its own way of life and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of countryside and city. Learn all about the Scottish, Acadian and Native heritage widely celebrated in the Atlantic Provinces. Get a glimpse of Nova Scotia’s picturesque fishing villages, and see the rugged coastal landscapes along New Brunswick’s shores of the Bay of Fundy. Experience magnificent vistas, thrilling adventures, charming villages and fascinating cities. Highlights include Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton, Bras d’Or Lake St. Andrews by-the-Sea, Oak Island and the Cabot Trail.

2018 - 14 days from £3,743 twin share + flights

Beaches, Islands, Lobster, Moose & More Fly Drive 

Halifax * Eastern Shore * Baddeck * Charlottetown * O'Leary/Alberton * Richibucto * Caraquet * Fredericton * St. Andrew's * Shediac * Wolfville * Kejimkujik NP * Halifax

Make your leisurely way through a land where traditional farming, fishing, and logging are still carried on evday. This is a land where life is lived on the edge of the ocean and beside sparkling rivers and lakes. This trip lets you enjoy all the highlights, from the world’s highest tides to the rugged highlands of Cape Breton’s National Park, Prince Edward Island’s seemingly endless sand beaches and New Brunswick’s salmon rivers. Canada’s Maritime Provinces – New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island – are made up of a group of islands, peninsulas, and the adjoining mainland. It is the oldest settled part of Canada, yet the population has remained low and nature is still unspoiled. It is never hard to find a landscape that you have all to yourself.

2018 - 19 days from £2,405 per person twin share + flights

Toronto, Montreal & Halifax Rail Experience 

Toronto * VIA Rail's "The Corridor" Train * Montreal * VIA Rail's "The Ocean" Train * Halifax

This tour will give you the chance to see a large portion of Eastern and Atlantic Canada’s diverse landscapes. You’ll be travelling through rural O­ntario and charming Quebec, and the Maritime provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. The train rides from Toronto to Montreal and then to Halifax which will allow you to admire the beauty of this country while being completely relaxed in the comfort of your rail car.

2018 - 9 days from £2,193 per person twin share + flights

Bay of Fundy Explorer Fly Drive 

Halifax * Wolfville * Digby * Saint John * Alma * Parrsboro * Halifax

The Bay of Fundy is one of the most dramatic and unusual attractions on Canada’s East Coast. The world’s highest tides rise and fall up to 16 meters twice each day. In addition to the drama of the tides themselves, naturally this huge current has created many interesting landscape features and attractions. Huge ‘flowerpot rocks’ have been formed, fossils exposed and ocean-going boats rest on the empty flats when the tide is out. For those interested in wildlife, world class whale watching (15 species) is to be found here and each summer hundreds of thousands of migrating shorebirds feed on the tidal edge. A highlight of this tour is Grand Manan, a small island south of St. George, to be reached by ferry from Black Harbour. Grand Manan is one of the hidden treasures of New Brunswick.

2018 - 15 days from £2,186 per person including flights

Lodges and Chalets of the Maritimes Fly Drive 

Halifax * Liverpool/Kejimkujik National Park * Kemptville * St. Martins * Hopewell Rocks/Bay of Fundy National Park * Parrsboro/Economy * Margaree * Cape Breton Highlands National Park/Ingonish * Liscomb

This superb fly drive holiday showcases the wilderness of the Maritimes whilst enjoying the maximum of comfort at the same time. This tour features a selection of the most outstanding lodges and chalets in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and will add a very special touch to your holiday. Some of your accommodation preserves the charm and flair of a century old estate combined with exclusive and contemporary service. Others are more recently built and offer a state-of-the-art experience in the middle of the Canadian wilderness. No matter if your lodge or chalet is facing a scenic ocean front, a tree shaded riverbank or is surrounded by almost endless forest – this is Canada at its purest. Canada is lodge country!

2018 - 16 days from £2,396 per person twin share + flights

Nova Scotia Sampler Fly Drive 

Halifax * Kejimkujik NP/Liverpool * Wolfville * Margaree/Glenville * Sydney Area * Liscomb/Salmon River

Nova Scotia offers so much to see and do that seven 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.

2018 - 9 days from £1,575 per person twin share + flights

A Journey up the St Lawrence 

Montreal * Quebec City * Tadoussac/St Catherine * Matane * Perce/Gaspe * Bonaventure/Carleton-Sur-Mer * Caraquet * Shediac * Moncton * Tatamagouche * Margaree * Baddeck * Halifax

This Fly drive has it all. From modern Montreal to Canada's oldest settlement; from Caribou in the Gaspe to Beluga whales in the St. Lawrence; from quaint Atlantic fishing villages to crystal clear inland lakes and rivers hidden in the forests. Follow the mighty St. Lawrence River to its gulf and the sea. Crossing the river by ferry, you visit the Gaspe Peninsula, where seabirds live in colonies of thousands, and descendants of Canada's early French settlers fish and farm in tiny villages clinging to the coast. Continuing to New Brunswick, you experience the Bay of Fundy, with the highest recorded tides in the world. Your journey ends at Halifax, Nova Scotia, a seaport from wooden ship days, where schooners can still be seen in the harbour next to the busy restored waterfront.

2018 - 17 Days from £2,302 per person twin share + flights