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Sunday, July 26, 2015

Invitation To An Outstanding Trip Into The Maritimes

This time around I would like to invite fellow travelers to join us on an extraordinary 7-day journey through the Maritimes. As you may know we are already offering local sightseeing tours with our van. For the longest time I have been pondering about offering trips through the most beautiful parts of Canada’s eastern provinces. And now I have set up a nice itinerary for 7 days.

Confederation Bridge to PEI
The package offers 7 days of transportation and 8 overnight stays in excellent  accommodations.
The trip starts and ends in Halifax, NS. After visiting a very famous lighthouse and a stop in the pretty city of Lunenburg we will go north to the Cabot Trail.
Cabot Trail
Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia
Canada’s smallest province Prince Edward Island is next on the list. the Province is connected with the rest of Canada through the longest bridge in the country. A ferry is also making its way across the Northumberland Strait from Nova Scotia.
Lunenburg
Pretty Lunenburg, NS
As we leave Prince Edward Island we will go south into New Brunswick. At the Fundy National Park and at the Hopewell Rocks we can watch the enormous tide.
Hopewell-Rocks1
Hopewell Rocks, NB
Saint John has reversing Falls and we go further south. Campobello is next on the list before we have to turn back to Halifax.

Trip Start: September 21 2015

For price and further info please go to:
www.canada-explorer.blogspot.com

4 comments:

  1. It looks like a lovely tour and the price is very reasonable.

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  2. Think it was 1986 when my old orange Volkswagen Camper Van & I journeyed out to the Maritimes. Drove that whole Cabot trail, ferried to Prince Edward Island & walked that wharf area early one morning in Lunenburg. Best darn vacation I ever had & I figure September is the prime time to go. I was there right after the Labor Day week-end & pretty much had the Maritimes all to myself. Every scenic look-out I stopped at on the Cabot trail was free of people. Not much traffic & the scenery was spectacular & especially at my favorite time of day in the early morning. Like I said, best vacation I ever had. All the best with your tour plans. If we were down there we'd love to go...................

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  3. Good Luck with your new venture Peter and Bea...we are on PEI now helping friends move back to the states.

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  4. That is an amazing tour, have done all of those locations quite a few times in the early 70's, and mid 90's good luck with your tour.

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