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Today we head North to the New England States. We go through Maryland and Pennsylvania and stop to spend the night in Connecticut.


We continue through Connecticut today to visit Newport, Rhode Island. In Newport we travel along Bellevue Avenue for a look at the Mansions of the Gilded Age. We have a Tour of one of these “Summer Homes”. We take a Very Scenic Ride around the Coastline in Newport to get a look at some of the more modern Mansions and the Spectacular Scenery along the Bay. We then head to Hyannis, Massachusetts to spend the night.


This morning we visit the JFK Memorial at Hyannisport and also take a short Boat Ride out to see the Kennedy Homes from a distance. We spend the rest of the morning and afternoon looking at the sights of Cape Cod, including a visit to the tip of Cape Cod – Provincetown! On our way to Boston we stop in the Town of Plymouth to take a look at the Famous Plymouth Rock. We spend the next two nights in the Boston, Massachusetts Area.


Today we have a Local Guide for a Tour of Boston to see Faneuil Hall, The Boston Common, The Old State House, The Boston Massacre Site, Old North Church, Quincy Market, and Harvard University. We also Tour the Historic Towns of Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts. We spend our second night in the Boston Area.


We travel north through Massachusetts and New Hampshire into the Beautiful State of Maine. We stop for Lunch and Shopping at World Famous L.L. Bean Department Store in Freeport, Maine. We continue through the beautiful state of Maine & into New Brunswick where we spend the night in St. John.


This morning we depart St. John & make our way to Hopewell Rocks Park. Known as “Flowerpot Rocks” these rock formations are located in the Bay of Fundy; they were created by tidal erosion. During low tide you can even walk on the ocean floor. Tonight, we will make our way to the Dartmouth area for the next 3 nights.


This morning we journey to the heart of “Evangeline Country” along the Minas Basin. While here we visit Grand Pre National Park, an Acadian Village Immortalized by Longfellow’s poem – “Evangeline”. We learn how the Acadians lived before the British forced them to leave their homes and move to the “Colonies”. We know them today, mainly in Louisiana, as the “Cajuns”, which is a mispronunciation of the word Acadians. We spend the night in the Dartmouth/ Halifax area.

Today we tour the city of Halifax with a local guide and visit one of the most Picturesque places in all of North America – Peggy’s Cove with its beautiful Lighthouse. Then it’s on to Cape Breton Island to spend the next two nights in Port Hawkesbury.


Be prepared today to see some of the most Breathtaking Scenery of the Tour as we Travel the Famous Cabot Trail through Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Opened in 1936, the Cabot Trail is the original and Most Spectacular of all Nova Scotia Trails. We spend another night in Port Hawkesbury.


This morning we leave Nova Scotia for Canada’s Smallest Province – Prince Edward Island. After a Short Ferry Ride we enter Charlottetown, The Capital. We also visit Cavendish to see “The House of Green Gables” which was immortalized by author Lucy Maud Montgomery. We then take the newly opened bridge across the Northumberland Strait to New Brunswick to spend the night in Moncton.


This morning while we are still in Canada we visit Hartland Covered Bridge. This is the Longest Covered Bridge in the world. We return to the United States at Houlton, Maine. We travel South through the “Pine Tree State” of Maine to Portland, Maine to spend the night.


This morning we drive through New Hampshire Vermont making our way to Windsor, CT for the night.


Today we head for Home. We travel through a Very Beautiful Part of New York State, Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and into Virginia with our Many Memories of our Journey North to the New England States and The Atlantic Provinces of Canada.

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Dear Traveler, Welcome to a great vacation at an affordable price. Your Nova Scotia tour is fully guided and includes all hotels, activities, and some meals. Happy Travels! Caravan

2024 Daily Tour Itinerary

Day 1 • halifax, nova scotia, day 2 • lunenburg and peggy’s cove, day 3 • new brunswick, bay of fundy tides, flowerpot rocks, day 4 • charlottetown, prince edward island, anne of green gables, day 5 • ferry, cape breton island, boat cruise on bras d’or lake, day 6 • cabot trail, baddeck, day 7 • cape breton island to halifax sightseeing, day 8 • halifax, day 9 • halifax, fall foliage in nova scotia, 2024 hotels, days 1, 2 • halifax, nova scotia, marriott harbourfront hotel, day 3 • moncton, new brunswick, chateau moncton hotel & suites, on main street facing the tidal bore, day 4 • charlottetown, prince edward island, delta hotels by marriott prince edward, by the historic charlottetown harbourfront, days 5, 6 • baddeck, cape breton, auberge gisele's inn, days 7, 8 • halifax, nova scotia, airport transfers, arrival transfers, departure transfers, passports & visas, weather & clothing, temperature °f (high/low) rainfall (inches), clothing tips, travel tips & faqs, are meals included, children on tour, canada’s national holidays, family trips, my tour price does not include, my tour price includes, age of travelers on a caravan tour, forms of payment, many tours sell out each year, fully guided tours since 1952, size of tour group, a well-paced itinerary, caravan’s $129 travel protection, customer reviews.

"The Nova Scotia experience was fantastic. The scenery was something that needs to be experienced first hand and just enjoyed. Having the tour guides to help us along and assist us in understanding and interpreting what we were seeing was probably the most important aspect of taking a guided tour over driving ourselves. On our own, we would not have had half of the experiences we did on this tour - we would never have known what to look for. This was our first guided tour. We were relatively unsure of a group outing after always being on our own. As a result of the experience, we are planning our next tour - with Caravan." Mr. & Mrs. A.D., Cherry Hill, New Jersey
"I have traveled extensively with several different tour companies and am very pleased with my experience with Caravan. They deliver what they promise and provide a pleasant and hassle-free vacation." Ms. A.R., Ventura, California
"A++. We can’t say enough about every aspect of this spectacular 1,300 mile journey. Our tour director and driver were so caring and knowledgeable and they made this journey one that will be remembered and cherished always. We had adequate time to take photos and videos, and the accommodations were 5 star. Every aspect of this trip far exceeded our expectations. We will definitely take another Caravan Tour!" Mr. & Mrs. R.H., Nashua, New Hampshire
"This was one of the best tours we’ve been on. Saw many things the average traveler wouldn’t. The director and driver worked well together as a team. Our director was an unbelievably kind and informative person. She went above and beyond for all of us." Mr. & Mrs. K.S., Bassano, Alberta
"Our director enthusiastically greeted and welcomed all us travelers from all parts of the USA. I noted her spontaneous laugh and good humor as we set out on our days ahead in the Maritime Provinces. She told us all about the Bay of Fundy and Bore tide. We walked on the ocean floor among very interesting rock formations. What a miracle of nature. We crossed Prince Edward Island on the Confederation Bridge, and learning how hard and difficult it was to construct made all the difference in appreciating it. All the incredible places and people we met along the way on Cape Breton, balmy weather and seeing a an eagle swoop down in the bay for chicken was such a forever memory. At Cheticamp the latch hook rugs were works of art and such fun to recall Stella Camus creating them from ages 16 to 91! The Cabot Trail is so incredibly beautiful. Halifax’s Maritime museum will be forever remembered. Again, our director did everything possible to make our tour the best, always gave us suggestions and time lines to various outings. She took worry and concerns away as we felt safe and taken care of in her charge. I look forward to traveling again with Caravan and feel sure you have the best travel plans ahead for us." Ms. C.S., West Linn, Oregon
"We had wanted to take this trip for awhile. It was everything we had hoped for and more. We saw things we had never seen. The ride on the bus provided beautiful, breathtaking scenery. Fantastic tour director, wonderful driver, great group of people, food was great and scenery unbelievable. Caravan does a great tour! It was our first but will not be our last." Mrs. C.H., Flushing, Michigan
"Caravan did a marvelous job providing an introduction to the Canadian Maritimes. I very much liked the sightseeing and activities. I especially enjoyed the sailing trip near Alexander Graham Bell’s house, the bald eagles with their brilliant antics. I also liked the visit to Louisbourg: what a wonderful restoration. There was much to learn about the environment, spirituality, and human intersectionality. How all these elements coalesced is an astonishment to me. What a superb tour! Ours was truly a brilliant director, the Maritimes meant the world to him and by extension, to us. He is a true national treasure." Mr. K.M., Ithaca, New York

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"Very good tour. Excellent guide (Karen). So knowledgeable and entertaining too. Itinerary had to be tweaked unfortunately, as there was no theatre production in Charlottetown. But a fair substitute was found. All in all a great, stress free way to see this beautiful part of the country.

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Day 1 – home to portland.

We’ll board our morning flight to Boston and make our way up the east coast into Maine. Overnight in Maine’s largest city, Portland, bringing you a taste of its historic architecture blended with its new. As you stroll along the working waterfront or the cobblestone streets of the restored Old Port, you’ll experience this contrast of old and new.

Hotel: Clarion Hotel

Day 2 – Portland to Saint John

After breakfast, motor to New Brunswick, Canada, arriving in the city of Saint John, situated along the north shore of the Bay of Fundy. This evening you will join the captain and crew as we cruise the awesome sights and spectacular scenery of the Saint John and Kennebecasis Rivers. Enjoy a delicious dinner on board, plus the beauty of the rivers’ scenery and the wildlife make the river tour an incredible experience for all. Our hotel this evening will be the lovely Holiday Inn Express.

Included Meals: Light Breakfast, Dinner

Hotel: Holiday Inn Express

Day 3 – Saint John to Digby

Today we join our local guide and enjoy all that Saint John has to offer. We take a look at the city and its history as well as our first a closeup look at The Bay of Fundy, home of the world’s highest tides. Saint John is known as the anchor of the Bay of Fundy experience. Later we board our ferry and make our way across to Digby, Nova Scotia. Our stay tonight is at the lovely Pines Resort located in Digby, near the Southwestern tip of Nova Scotia and overlooks the Annapolis Basin. Tonight enjoy a relaxing dinner at the Fundy Restaurant famous for its fresh seafood and high tides. You can’t get any closer to the sea or get a better view than this!

Hotel: Pines Resort Digby

Day 4 – Digby to Halifax

Today we make our way to Wolfville, where our local step on guide will join us. We’ll pass through Halls Harbor, famous for its phenomenal harbor, where you can see a dramatic change in the water level. Charming coastal villages reflecting Acadian French history dot the shoreline. We’ll visit the Memorial Park Grand Pre, a historic site depicting the story of the expulsion of the Acadians, immortalized in Longfellow’s tragic romance “Evangeline.” Lunch will be at a wonderful country inn overlooking the valley. The evening will be at your leisure in Halifax, with many dining choices surrounding our hotel.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Hotel: Courtyard by Marriot

Day 5 – Halifax

Morning sightseeing of the city of Halifax is arranged with a local guide. From atop Citadel Hill, observe Halifax’s famous, bustling harbor where ships have come and gone for many years. Halifax is the resting place for many Titanic victims, giving us a chance to pay our respects. Travel the Lighthouse Route and on to the lovely seaport village of Lunenburg, the famous shipbuilding and fishing center of Canada. We’ll spot countless islands and coves before arriving in Lunenburg and savor a tasty lunch at the Fish Factory Restaurant. We’ll take a look at the famous Fishermans Museum. We’ll stop for an awe-inspiring stroll along the water’s edge. Our afternoon will take us out to famous Peggy’s Cove, a quaint little fishing village which stands on a solid rock that offers sweeping coastal views.

Day 6 – Halifax to Baddeck

We’ll travel the “Road to the Isles” over the Canso Strait to Cape Breton Island, rich in fall colors. See Bras d’Or Lake, a beautiful inland sea. Later we will visit the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Park which houses Bell’s most remarkable collection of early inventions. Our resort is set along the hillside with views of the shores of Bras d’Or Lake, located in the heart of Baddeck, a scenic village reflecting the atmosphere of old Scotland. Take some time to stroll through the peaceful fishing village and private coves of Baddeck. Dinner will be at the lodge.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Hotel: Inverary Inn

Day 7 – Baddeck

Brace yourself for some of the most breathtaking scenery as we take one of the world’s most scenic drives: the Cabot Trail winds through Cape Breton Highlands National Park, past majestic rock bluffs, through deep stream-lined valleys, and over the summits of lofty peaks. We’ll stop along the way at Flora’s gift shop with hand-crafted goods made by the local Acadian French artists in their native traditions. Lunch will be on your own at Pleasant Bay along the beautiful Cabot Trail before we continue exploring Cape Breton Island in its entire autumn splendor with many photo stops along the way. Dinner will be served at the lodge tonight.

Day 8 – Baddeck to Prince Edward Island

We’ll ferry to the birthplace of Canada, Prince Edward Island, where unspoiled beauty abounds on this peaceful isle – a favorite summer resort destination. A sunny day on Prince Edward Island is like nowhere else on earth! In Charlottetown we’ll admire lovely Victorian homes and gardens. Prince Edward Island is famous for its lobster, so what better place to enjoy a maritime lobster dinner this evening!

Hotel: The Hotel Pownal

Day 9 – Prince Edward Island

Our tour of this lovely island will display the magnificent beaches of Prince Edward Island National Park and the rich farmlands of red soil and rolling hillsides with the beautiful Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop. Enjoy a visit to the Prince Edward Island Preserve Company & hear how it all began. Enjoy a delicious lunch on your own at the restaurant before we leave for Green Gables, the literary home of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s “Anne of Green Gables.” You’ll be evening guests at the Rainbow Valley frolic house party featuring great food and local talent.

Day 10 – PEI to St. Andrew by the Sea

Departing the island, we’ll cross the Northumberland Strait on the Confederation Bridge which spans the island and New Brunswick. Take some time to browse in the local shops and visitor center of the Gateway Village just below the Confederation Bridge. We’ll follow the Kennebecasis River Valley to Saint John, with lunch on our own overlooking the Reversing Falls. Arriving in beautiful St. Andrew by the Sea, we’ll check into the grand Algonquin Hotel. Dinner will be on your own so you may choose from one of the outstanding restaurants in the hotel or select one along the water’s edge in the downtown village.

Included Meals: Light Breakfast

Hotel: Algonquin Hotel

Day 11 – St. Andrew to Bar Harbor

Embark on a fascinating nature boat cruise along the coastline enroute to Campobello Island, the place where Franklin D. Roosevelt’s summer cottage is set. Later depart for Bar Harbor, which is graced with quaint shops, galleries, and picturesque vistas. Tonight we will enjoy a delicious farewell dinner celebration.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Hotel: Bar Harbor Grand Hotel

Day 12 – Bar Harbor to Freeport

Visit Acadia National Park and Mt. Desert Island, which offers lovely harbors and coves perfectly nestled among forested lands, then drive the summit of Cadillac Mountain for a spectacular view of the rugged coast. Before we make our way to Freeport for the evening and a little shopping at the home base LL Bean.

Hotel: Hampton Inn

Day 13 – Freeport to Home

Continue down the coast to Boston where we’ll catch our flight home.

Included Meals: Breakfast

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Cruise from Boston to Québec City and be captivated by the history and charm of the regions along the way!

Stunning wild Atlantic seascapes, with soaring cliffs, beaches and quaint villages are a daily treat to the senses on this cruise from Boston to Québec City.

Hike Bar Harbor cliffs or stroll the streets where the Vanderbilt’s and Rockefellers spent their summers. See a live fiddle performance in Sydney or explore the restored Fortress of Louisbourg. In Halifax, at Pier 21 find out when your family came to Canada, or take a tour and tasting of the Alexander Keith’s Brewery. Charlottetown’s storybook streets with their vibrant colours and the island scenery are a treat. Québec City with its old-world charm and streets teaming with history is a place like no other. There is so much to see and discover while cruising up the Atlantic coast and along the St. Lawrence River.

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Holland America

Breakfasts: 8

Pickup: Route C1 See Terms & Conditions - Prices

7-night Cruise aboard your Holland America cruise ship with Category D Outside Cabin Accommodations

Cruise Ports:

  • Bar Harbor, ME
  • Halifax, NS
  • Charlottetown, PEI
  • Québec City, QC

Exclusive Included Port Excursions:


  • PEI Preserve Co.
  • Lobster Lunch at Fisherman's Wharf

Québec City

  • Guided Tour of Québec City
  • Gondola Ride & lunch at Montmorency Falls

Why This Tour is Great

Cruising the Atlantic Coast

Enjoy all the fabulous things to do onboard the Holland America cruise ship. As you sail from Boston to Québec City you have beautiful ports of call during the day and great restaurants and entertainment in the evening, without changing hotels every night. This is a great getaway to start seeing the world again!

Exclusive Guided Charlottetown Excursions 

Enjoy a delicious taste of the local culture with visits to the PEI Preserve Co. and the famous Fisherman’s Wharf.  In the afternoon, pass by lush farms and beautiful views of the sea while travelling to Green Gables Heritage Place, the site which inspired L.M. Montgomery to create the beloved tales of Anne of Green Gables.

Exclusive Guided Québec City Excursions

Enjoy a guided tour of charming Québec City with its picturesque setting on the St. Lawrence, fortified colonial core, narrow cobblestone streets and old European architecture. Then, venture to the countryside, to Montmorency Falls, the highest waterfalls in Quebec. Admire stunning views from the gondola, and then enjoy lunch at the historic manor house overlooking the falls.

What's Included

  • Our unique Connections Program
  • Private coach transportation
  • 8 nights of accommodation
  • 8 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 8 dinners
  • Category D outside cabin while onboard the Holland America cruise ship
  • Prepaid shipboard gratuities for cabin steward & dining room servers
  • Local professional guides and all entry fees to included highlights
  • Services of Tours in Canada Tour Director

Prices are in Canadian dollars, are per person, and include HST.

It should be noted that the cruise ships are:

Holland America Zuiderdam 

Included Highlights:

  • 7-night Holland America Cruise 
  • Cruising the St. Lawrence River
  • Guided tour of Quebec City

See the Optional Additions section for information regarding the excursions offered by the cruise line for an additional cost.

Day-to-Day Itinerary

Day 1:  Travel to Albany, NY

Sit back, relax and enjoy the drive through eastern Ontario. We pick up guests along the way as we head for the border and cross into the US at Gananoque. After a lunch stop in Watertown, travel south through lush farmland and forested hills, with picturesque, quaint villages in the valleys. Get to know your fellow travellers during dinner at the hotel.

Stay: Hilton Garden Inn, Albany, NY

Nights:  1

Day 2: Albany to Boston

This morning the journey continues to Boston. After a short orientation tour of the area, proceed to the cruise terminal to board your home away from home for the next 7 nights. Be sure to check out what’s happening onboard each day, so you don’t miss out on something special.

The Zuiderdam is a classic ship with modern amenities and numerous entertainment activities.  Experience BBC Earth in Concert, spoil yourself with a massage at the spa, or visit The Music Walk venues where the best tunes are performed while at sea. Dining, too, has many options.  It can be a culinary adventure at the Dining Room, Tamarind, or Pinnacle Grill, or casual and relaxed, poolside at the Dive-In. There’s something for everyone! 

Stay: Holland America cruise ship, Category D Outside Cabin

Nights:  7

Meals: B, D

Day 3: Bar Harbor, ME

Tender Required, wheelchair access limited

7am – 5pm 

Stop in Bar Harbor, a picturesque town with

charming streets lined with boutique shops and locally sourced restaurants. The free Island Explorer buses take guests to Acadia National Park’s major sites and other nearby destinations. Holland America offers many exciting day trips so check out the ship's offerings.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 4: Halifax, NS  11am - 7pm

Located on a rocky inlet on the Atlantic Ocean, Halifax, Nova Scotia’s provincial capital, has been defined by its maritime geography. The city has lots to see and do within easy walking distance of the Cruise Ship pier. Holland America offers trips a little further afield to Peggy's Cove, with its picturesque lighthouse on a rocky outcropping and to Lunenburg, whose colourful Old Town is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can also soak in the charming sights of Mahone Bay, home to artists' studios and a trio of steepled churches.

Day 5: Sydney, NS

11 am - 6 pm 

Sydney is the largest city on Cape Breton Island and the attractions start at the harbour. Visitors can shop for locally made crafts and see the world’s largest fiddle, which towers beside the port’s cruise pavilion. Some of the city’s historic houses and churches date back to the 1700s and 1800s and are open for tours. Day trips offered by Holland America include the Cabot Trail, a boat ride on Bras d’Or Lake, a visit to the Fortress of Louisbourg or a trip down a coal mine.

Day 6: Charlottetown, PEI 

Exclusive included Shore Excursion

9 am – 6 pm (October)

Despite its modest size, Charlottetown, the capital of Canada’s smallest province has an impressive number of Victorian houses and buildings and great parks waiting to be explored. For Canadians, it is most famous as the Birthplace of Confederation. 

Today you will enjoy an exclusive shore excursion on PEI with a visit to the PEI Preserve Co. , a Lobster lunch at Fisherman’s Wharf and a visit to Green Gables Heritage Place .

Day 7: Cruising the St. Lawrence River

Enjoy the panoramic views as the St Lawrence River streams past on its way to the ocean.

This is a perfect day to explore some of the things available aboard the ship or just find a nice relaxing place on deck to watch the world go by. You will receive details of the day’s events so you can choose what’s best for you.

Day 8: Québec City Guided tour, Cable Car ride & lunch at Montmorency Falls

Few places in North America are as steeped in history as Québec City. Founded before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, it is the only city north of Mexico whose original fortifications remain intact. Today, see the sights with a local guide, then enjoy a drive out to Montmorency Falls .  Take in the panoramic views of the falls from the perspective of a cable car, and enjoy lunch at the Manoir Montmorency overlooking the falls. 

This evening, with the ship docked overnight in Québec City, you will have extra time to explore the streets of the old town.

Day 9: Homeward

After enjoying breakfast on the ship, disembark with the group in the morning and board the motor coach for the journey home. The farewell lunch will be a good opportunity to bid a fond farewell to the new friends you have met. There are sure to be stories and great memories of your adventures to share and cherish.

Meals: B, L


Hilton Garden Inn, Albany, NY (1 night)

Situalted across from State University of New York at Albany, this Hilton Garden Inn features spacious, comfortable accommodations and a variety of on-site amenities including an indoor pool, the on-site Great American Grill Restaurant, and a 24-hour on-site convenience store.

Holland America Cruise Ship (7 nights)

Enjoy your 7-night stay on the Holland America Zuiderdam (October) in a Category D, Outside Cabin. Other cabin options may be available at an additional fee and are subject to availability.

Important Info for this Tour

This 9-day day tour follows pickup Route C1 , and includes our unique Connections Program .  The pickup locations are:

  • Bowmanville
  • Peterborough

We recommend comfortable rubber-soled shoes for the walking tours. You should also bring along a jacket, as evenings can be cool on the water. Don’t forget your camera, sunscreen and a hat.

Although for most people medication is not required, there are some who may want to bring along a remedy for motion sickness.  You don’t want to let that spoil these amazing experiences.

Optional Additions

Although this tour starts and ends in Southern Ontario, guests can join this tour from anywhere in the world by flying to Toronto, and using our Connections Program for transportation to a pickup location!  Please contact us to discuss your airfare and pre-and post-tour accommodation options .

As with any cruise, there are options for day trips offered by the cruise line with an additional fee. Remember that while in PEI and Québec City, you have exclusive Tours in Canada excursions included on those days.

Holland America Zuiderdam

Holland America Zuiderdam

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Fishing boats near Cavendish, PEI


The home of Anne of Green Gables

Halifax Pier 21 Museum of Immigration

Halifax Pier 21 Museum of Immigration

Humpback whales in the St. Lawrence River

Humpback whales in the St. Lawrence River

Montmorency Falls in autumn

Montmorency Falls in autumn

Old Québec City in the evening.

Old Québec City in the evening.

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Atlantic Maritimes Tour

Experience the fresh salt air, unspoiled nature, rich history and warm hospitality of one of the world’s most popular destinations on our most comprehensive bus tour of the Canadian Maritimes. Combine this tour with our Newfoundland and Labrador’s Viking Trail Tour for an 18-day east-coast experience!

  • Bay of Fundy, home to the world's highest tides
  • Joggins Fossil Cliffs, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Cruise the warm waters of Shediac Bay aboard a lobster boat and enjoy a delicious, lobster dinner
  • Peggy’s Cove, a picturesque fishing village and famous lighthouse and Lunenburg’s Grand Banks’ fishing fleet
  • Cabot Trail, Cape Breton and the fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site

2021 Prices: From CA$4,159  – quad or triple From CA$4,481 – twin From CA$5,718 – single

2022 Departures: Select dates May to October

2022 Prices: Small group (max. 24) From CA$4,659  – quad or triple From CA$4,981 – twin From CA$6,368 – single

Standard group (max. 46) From CA$4,159  – quad or triple From CA$4,481 – twin From CA$5,718 – single

Taxes: 15% HST

Prices are shown in CA$ per person based on two people sharing a twin room, three people in a triple, four people in a quad and one in a single.

Tour Code: 009917-W21

Arrive in Halifax and check in to your accommodations which are ideally located in the downtown core of this vibrant and cosmopolitan urban centre on the Atlantic Ocean. Meet our Tour Director and fellow travellers this evening at a Welcome Reception. Meals: none

Option: You may wish to add transfers from Halifax Airport to your downtown hotel, additional nights in Halifax or a city tour onto your vacation package. Bursting with culture and rich history, Nova Scotia’s capital city has much to offer. We can arrange for extra nights at the hotel as well as airport transfers.

This tour is a combination of shorter tours within Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI. Combining tours provides a lot of flexibility of taking only a portion of the tour if the whole tour is too long. It does, however, necessitate some crossover days as tour participants are leaving and joining tours in progress and a possible change of tour director en-route.

The world’s highest tides, fresh salt air, sandy beaches, rocky coves, cosmopolitan cities, remote lighthouses, rich history, warm hospitality, rustic fishing villages, succulent seafood, unspoiled nature, varied activities, first-rate facilities and travel routes. All of these things and more make Canada’s Maritime Provinces one of the world’s most popular destinations. Experience the best of the Maritimes on this delightful tour of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

Explore the Bay of Fundy and learn about the world’s highest tides as we meander its colourful coastline to New Brunswick’s bilingual city of Moncton. En route, explore the Joggins Fossil Cliffs, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See magnificently exposed layers of rock revealing the world’s most complete fossil record of life in the “Coal Age” of 300 million years ago. After crossing into New Brunswick, an unforgettable culinary experience awaits as we cruise the warm waters of Shediac Bay aboard a lobster boat; learn about the fishing industry and savour a delicious lobster supper. (For October tours a lobster dinner at a local Moncton restaurant will be substituted). Check into our downtown hotel for the night. Meals: B, L, D

Experience a true natural wonder this morning as we visit the Hopewell Rocks on the coast of the Bay of Fundy. Marvel at these massive flower-pot shaped formations sculpted by the highest tides on the planet. Travel through Fundy National Park on to Canada’s first incorporated city, Saint John, on the southern New Brunswick coast. Enjoy a city tour, including the Reversing Falls, where twice daily the tides force the Saint John River to reverse its flow. Check into our Saint John accommodations for a two-night stay. Meals: B, L

Enjoy a day trip to picturesque St. Andrews by-the Sea where the quaint charm of this coastal town is sure to captivate. After a Whale Watching Boat Tour (weather permitting), the afternoon is yours to experience the friendly people, beautiful architecture, and rich marine life of this seaside gem at your own pace. Meals: B, L

We take the ferry back to Nova Scotia to Digby, the scallop capital of the world, where the fresh sea air and passionate Acadian culture combine to form an enchanting and historically rich town. We overnight at a beautiful property overlooking the Annapolis Basin on the Bay of Fundy. Meals: B, D

Travel the lush Annapolis Valley and learn about the French Acadians of Grand Pre, who established their first settlement in the early 1600s. Learn about this landscape’s designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and fact and fiction blent and revel the romance of the Land of Evangeline. Visit a local winery for a tour and tasting before arriving in Halifax for a 2-night stay. Meals: B

Discover the rustic charm of the renowned fishing village of Peggy’s Cove where we will enjoy breakfast overlooking one of the world’s most photographed lighthouses. Travel Nova Scotia’s South Shore and on to the UNESCO World Heritage Town of Lunenburg, renowned for her fleet of Grand Banks’ fishing schooners. Take a walking tour to fully experience one of the most remarkably preserved colonial settlements in the New World, and visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic to learn about the town’s famous seafaring heritage. Meals: B

Once only accessible by ferry, today we arrive on Prince Edward Island via the Confederation Bridge, the world’s longest continuous multi-span bridge. En route, learn about Mi’kmaq culture at the Millbrook Culture and Heritage Centre. Check into your Charlottetown accommodations   for a two-night stay and enjoy a theatre performance by local entertainers at the Confederation Centre of the Arts (may be substituted depending on the theatre’s schedule). Meals: B

Enjoy a free morning in Charlottetown, Canada birthplace, or join a complimentary walking tour of the city. This afternoon, drive by red cliffs, white beaches, gently sloping sand dunes and green fields along the North Shore of the island, as you make your way to Prince Edward Island National Park. Before returning to Charlottetown, visit Green Gables Heritage Site, the alluring inspiration of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s classic Anne of Green Gables books. Enjoy true Maritime hospitality this evening at a traditional hall-style lobster dinner. Meals: B, D

Ferry over the Northumberland Strait back to Nova Scotia and proceed to Cape Breton Island – the Scotland of North America via the Canso Causeway. Visit the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site in Baddeck to learn of the many accomplishments of this genius who made his home on the island. Arrive at our accommodations on the Bras d’Or Lake where we will spend two nights. Meals: B, D

We’re off to experience one of the most stunningly picturesque drives in North America. The Cabot Trail winds around the rocky splendour of Cape Breton’s northern shore, ascending to the incredible plateaus of Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Look-offs offer unforgettable vistas of Cape Breton’s rugged coastline so be sure to have your camera ready and at hand. Also enjoy a Whale Watching Boat Tour (weather permitting). Meals: B, L, D

The Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site awaits us today. Words cannot do justice to this reconstruction depicting one fifth of the settlement of 1744 New France. Roam the streets and chat with authentically costumed guides. Proceed along the shore of the Bras d’Or Lake to the mainland, and back to Halifax for one last night in the Maritimes. Meals: B

Your tour concludes upon check out from the hotel. Extensions are possible if you would like to stay on longer in Halifax or add on a visit to Newfoundland and Labrador. Just ask. Meals: B

  • 12 nights of accommodation (including four 2-night stays)
  • 21 Meals, including 2 lobster dinners - B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner
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  • Lobster Dinner Cruise on Shediac Bay
  • Annapolis Valley Winery Tour & Tasting
  • Peggy’s Cove
  • Lunenburg – a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island
  • World famous Cabot Trail
  • Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site
  • 2 Whale Watching Boat Tours
  • Joggins Fossil Cliffs – a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Hopewell Rocks Ocean Tidal Exploration Site
  • Fundy National Park
  • Saint John City Tour including Reversing Falls
  • St. Andrew’s by-the-Sea Day Trip
  • Ferry from New Brunswick to Nova Scotia
  • Grand Pre – a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic
  • Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre
  • Anne of Green Gables Heritage Place
  • Prince Edward Island National Park
  • Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
  • Cape Breton Highlands National Park
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3 Nights Boston & 7 Night Cruise Boston – Newport, Rhode Island – Saint John, New Brunswick – Halifax, Nova Scotia – Bar Harbor (Acadia National Park) & Portland, Maine

Come join us this fall foliage tour season on a beautiful three star combine motorcoach and cruise tour package of New England and Nova Scotia, Canada aboard the beautiful Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines “Brilliance of the Seas” cruise ship.

Two Fall Foliage Tour Dates To Choose From: 10 Nights / 11 Days – Cruise Thursday to Sunday

  • Thursday September 11, 2014 TO Sunday September 21, 2014
  • Thursday September 25, 2014 TO Sunday October 5, 2014

Motorcoach & Cruise Tour Packages Includes:

  • Round Trip airfare from all major US Airports to Boston Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts ($195.00 per person surcharge for any airport West of the Rocky Mountains, a $75.00 to $100.00 per person surcharge for all non major airport connections and a $90.00 per person surcharge for western states airports just East of the Rocky Mountains)
  • 10 Nights Lodging / Three Nights three star hotels in the Boston area and Seven Nights aboard the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines “Brilliance of the Seas” Cruise Ship. Choice of Interior or Oceanview cabins aboard the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines “Brilliance of the Seas” cruise ship.
  • Three nights Dinner in the Boston/Newport area and all meals etc aboard the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines “Brilliance of the Seas” cruise ship. Admission to all tour attractions included on your tour itinerary in the Boston/Newport area, however not included for shore excursions aboard the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines “Brilliance of the Seas” cruise ship.
  • Escorted, planned tour
  • All local, state and government local port taxes (per person – port taxes) are included.
  • A Valid US Passport Is Needed For This Tour Package
  • A tour deposit in the amount of $500.00 per person is needed to reserve space with payment in full due 90 days before departure date – payable in US Funds Only

*Interior Cabins:

  • Single Occupancy $3,699.00 Per Person
  • Double Occupancy $2,559.00 Per Person
  • Triple Occupancy $2,359.00 Per Person
  • Quad Occupancy $2,159.00 Per Person

*Oceanview Cabins:

  • Single Occupancy $4,099.00 Per Person
  • Double Occupancy $2,859.00 Per Person
  • Triple Occupancy $2,659.00 Per Person
  • Quad Occupancy $2,459.00 Per Person

*If you do not want the air add on flight you may deduct $200.00 per person from the rates quoted above. Your package includes 3 nights hotel lodging in the Boston area at three star hotels and 7 nights lodging aboard the “Brilliance of the Seas” with a choice of shipboard accommodations between interior or oceanview cabins, ocean transportation, fabulous entertainment and daily activities, on-board meals and some beverages, port charges and more.The Boston/Newport add on includes dinner nightly and all local ground transportation in the Boston/Newport area (see the sample tour itinerary). Gratuities are not included whatsoever in this tour package and it does not include shore excursions (aboard ship) personal expenses, gratuities, or alcoholic beverages.Royal Caribbean Cruise Line International reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement on all guests if the price of West Texas Intermediate fuel exceeds $65.00 per barrel. The fuel supplement for 1st and 2nd guests would be no more than $10 per guest per day, to a maximum of $140 per cruise; and for additional guests would be no more than $5 per person per day, to a maximum of $70 per cruise.

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TAUCK EXCLUSIVE – Private dinner and tour at the Citadel National Historic Site in Halifax

TAUCK EXCLUSIVE – Private Tauck reception & dinner at Pier 21, introducing the history of Canadian immigration

TAUCK EXCLUSIVE – Private visit to Raspberry Point Oyster company to learn about oyster farming and have a tasting


Whale watching cruise, accompanied by a naturalist, off the shores of Nova Scotia in the Bay of Fundy

Choice of guided visit to historic Lunenburg or a self-guided visit to the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic

Travel by ferry to Prince Edward Island & across the Confederation Bridge to New Brunswick

A visit to explore the stunning coastline of Prince Edward Island National Park


Guests should be able to easily walk one to two miles, which may include climbing one or two flights of stairs and walking over uneven pavement, groomed hiking trails or cobblestones. Standing up to one hour or more may be required.

Moderately paced, and may include some early morning hotel departures, one or two on-tour flights, and extended motor coach travel.

The World Next Door

A legacy of seafaring gems… think seaside shanties, picturesque fishing hamlets, colorful 19th-century timber homes, and wildlife-rich waters. Private evenings in historic Halifax include the Citadel, and moving stories of Canadian immigrants at Pier 21, two nights on Prince Edward Island, immortalized in novels, and whale watching promise lasting maritime memories.

Private tour and dinner at halifax citadel national historic site, private tour and dinner in halifax.

Enjoy a private tour and dinner at the star-shaped Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, commemorating Halifax's role as a key naval station in the British Empire and 300 years of tradition; the location was strategically chosen due to its panoramic view of Halifax Harbour.

Tauck Exclusive – private reception and dinner at Pier 21

Private welcome reception and dinner, pier 21.

Canada's immigration story is told at Pier 21, home to the Canadian Museum of Immigration and special exhibitions; discover the amazing stories of Canada's rich immigration history at our private welcome reception and dinner.

The Prince George Hotel, Halifax

Days 1, 2 and 3

The Prince George Hotel – three nights of excellence in the heart of Halifax

Nova Scotia's capital city of Halifax is quickly emerging as one of Canada's centers for creativity and innovation, particularly as a tech hub; the city's strong economic growth, coupled with small town ideals, make it a superb spot for three nights. And 4-Diamond The Prince George Hotel puts you right in the heart of downtown.

A great trip with great travelers; New friendships were made, our Tauck Director was outstanding and her knowledge made this trip very worthwhile.

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Prince Edward Island & Nova Scotia begins and ends in Halifax, Canada.

If you are a U.S. citizen traveling internationally, you will need a passport valid for six months beyond the completion of your Tauck journey to enter Canada. Click here for more information on the U.S. Department of Customs and Border Patrol website.

If you are a U.S. citizen, you do not require a visa for the short duration of this tour. Please note that longer stays abroad for any purpose may require additional travel documentation. If you are a frequent traveler to Canada from the U.S., you may benefit from the NEXUS program which is a joint initiative between the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency and the Canada Border Services Agency that allows pre-screened and approved travelers faster processing at designated highway lanes in high-volume border crossing locations, at a NEXUS kiosk at the airport, and at certain marine reporting locations in the Great Lakes and Seattle regions. For further information, you may log on to the Nexus Internet site by clicking here .

If you are a citizen of another country traveling internationally, you should contact a consulate or embassy of Canada to determine what travel documentation is required.

Anyone with a criminal record (including some misdemeanors such as Driving While Impaired (DWI) charges) may be excluded or removed from Canada, and should contact a Canadian embassy or consulate well in advance of any planned travel to ensure proper travel documentation.

We recommend that you make at least two photocopies of all the travel documents that you bring with you. Include copies of the photo page of your passport that contains the date of issuance, the date of expiration and your citizenship. Secure one set of copies in the safe in your room while traveling and leave one set behind with someone at home who will assist you in the event your documents are misplaced, lost or stolen.

To facilitate Travel Requirements, destinations are increasingly utilizing online forms that require digital proof that you've successfully completed your submission (via an email, QR code, etc.) To ensure smooth travels and peace of mind, we strongly recommend all guests carry a personal smart phone and sign up for international data plans before traveling overseas.

TRAVELING WITH CHILDREN AS A GUARDIAN: If you are traveling as the guardian of a child/children, we strongly suggest that you carry a letter from both parents of the child authorizing emergency treatment in the event of illness or accident. For travel abroad, many foreign countries have specific entry requirements for children under 21 who are traveling internationally without BOTH parents. (These requirements are in response to the increased incidence of children being abducted and taken abroad.) PLEASE NOTE THAT TAUCK IS NOT RESPONSIBLE for the disruption of travel caused by improper documentation for children traveling without both parents.

How to Book a Tour

See your travel advisor, or call Tauck at 800-468-2825 to make a reservation.

At the time of booking, please have the following information ready for all members of your party:

  • Tour Name and Departure Date
  • Traveler's Name: First and last names as they appear on your passport or driver's license
  • Traveler's Address(es)
  • Email Address*
  • Traveler's Phone Number(s)*
  • Emergency Contact Information: Please provide the name and phone number  of a relative or friend (not travelling with you) whom we could contact during the tour in the unlikely event of an emergency
  • Interest in purchasing a travel protection plan (US and Canada)
  • Interest in extending your trip by staying in a Tauck recommended hotel before your trip begins or after it ends
  • Interest in our specially negotiated airfares

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Deposit & Final Payment

The deposit and the fees for the optional Protection Plan or Cancel Fee Waiver [CFW] coverage are due at time of booking.

The deposit amount is $350 per person

Final Payment:

Final Payment is due to Tauck 90 days before departure for lands trips, and 120 days before departure for cruises and rail journeys. If your deposit was made by credit card, final payment will be automatic unless you opted out at time of booking. Bookings without full payment at this time may be subject to cancellation without notice. Failure to make payment will be a considered a cancellation by the guest and all applicable cancellation fees will apply.

Travel Protection Plan

Effective for plans purchased as of July 1, 2021:

Cancellation Waiver – Provided by Tauck:

Under Tauck's Cancellation Fee Waiver you can cancel your tour for ANY REASON up to the day before departure and receive a money-back refund (except in Extreme Circumstances*) on the land tour cost, based on your original method of payment.

*Extreme Circumstances:  In the event of an act of God, war (whether declared or undeclared), terrorism, accident, natural disaster, outbreak of disease, or other event or circumstance beyond our control that contributes to or results in cancellation rates above our historical cancellation rates in the absence of such event or occurrence, Tauck reserves the right to issue a credit to you in lieu of a money-back refund, applicable to a future Tauck journey.

Travel Insurance Benefits – Underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company.

  • Trip Cancellation –  If you must cancel your tour due to a covered reason, the plan provides coverage for the amount you paid for your travel arrangements. Since the non-insurance cancellation waiver takes care of the land package cancellation fees already, this benefit reimburses the airfare cancellation charges up to the value of your original airfare purchase.
  • Trip Interruption –  If you have to interrupt your tour for covered reasons, the plan provides reimbursement for up to $5,000 to catch up to your tour or return home.
  • Travel Delay –  Provides reimbursement for missed, prepaid travel arrangements if you are delayed by a common carrier, natural disaster, unannounced strike, or other reasons as cited in the plan.
  • Medical Expense –  Reimburses covered medical expenses incurred in the event you become injured or sick during your trip. 
  • Baggage / Personal Effects Protection –  Provides reimbursement in the event your luggage or personal effects are, lost, stolen, damaged or delayed during your trip.

Worldwide Emergency Assistance Services –  Provided by Carefree Travel Assistance; 24-hour emergency telephone assistance hotline for medical and travel related problems.

The cost of Tauck's Guest Protection is: $349  per person

This protection provides insurance coverage that applies only during the covered trip. You may have coverage from other sources that provides you with similar benefits but may be subject to different restrictions depending upon your other coverages. You may wish to compare the terms of this policy with your existing life, health, home and automobile policies. If you have any questions about your current coverage, call your insurer, insurance agent or broker.

This optional Guest Protection must be requested at time of booking and fee must be included with initial payment. Fees are based on costs as of July 1, 2021, and are subject to change. Details will be provided with written confirmation of your tour reservation. Guest Protection does not protect travel agent commissions. Reimbursements will be made according to original method of payment. The amount of any refund shall be reduced by any recoveries obtained by you from any third parties.

The Guest Protection plan waives cancellation fees outlined below, provided we are notified of cancellation before your tour departs. Tour cancellation fees are waived regardless of reason, without written notice, and Tauck will refund land tour cost.

To obtain your state-specific Certificate of Insurance that contains the complete terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions of the certificate, visit .

If You Have To Cancel

If you cancel within 10 days of initial deposit Within the first 10 days after you place your initial deposit, you may cancel your reservation for any reason with no cancellation fees. If you cancel more than 10 days after initial deposit Regardless of reason, cancellations result in costly charges from our travel and hotel providers covering penalties and fees incurred by canceling confirmed bookings. These fees vary from tour to tour. Therefore, the following fees apply.

Cancellation Fees with Tauck's Guest Protection Plan:

Loss of Guest Protection fee, per person

Cancellation Fees without Tauck's Guest Protection Plan :

90 days or more before departure = $350 per person

89-8 days before departure = $600 per person

7-1 days before departure = $900 per person

Time of cancellation  will be when notice is received in our Wilton Woods, CT office.

In the event of an unforeseen circumstance beyond our control,  Tauck reserves the right to amend the cancellation terms outlined herein.

Note:  All Guests, regardless of residency, who book a Tauck journey have the option of purchasing the Cancellation Fee Waiver provided by Tauck in the event they need to cancel their trip after making their reservations. Tauck's Guest Protection, which includes both the Cancellation Fee Waiver and the Travel Insurance Benefits and Assistance Services described above, is not available to residents of Puerto Rico.

Travel Terms and Conditions

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Travel Requirements For This Tour

Air Information and Luggage Restrictions

Luggage Handling and Restrictions

AIRFARE: Airfare to and from this destination is not included in the journey cost. If purchasing your air elsewhere, it is very important to provide us with your confirmed arriving and departing flight information no later than 3 weeks before your arrival date. Flight information can be submitted to Tauck (or verified, if you've already provided it) in the My Account section of

TAUCK AIRPORT TRANSFERS are included at the start and end of the journey between the airport and the Tauck hotel. Airport transfers are available for any pre tour or post tour hotel stays immediately consecutive to the tour, providing flight information is received in the Tauck office no later than three weeks in advance. Details on locating your transfer upon arrival to the tour start city will be included in your final documents.

AIRLINES and CHECKED LUGGAGE: Due to space limitations during your Tauck journey, we ask that you please limit your checked luggage to one average-size suitcase per person. Besides complying with the Tauck restriction noted above, you should also be sure to research and comply with all airline baggage restrictions relating to your flights to and from your Tauck journey. Airlines have become much more strict in enforcing size and weight limits in recent years, and are free to revise luggage policies without notice. Researching and complying with airline luggage restrictions is the responsibility of the guest, and Tauck cannot be held responsible for any costs or disruptions to travel caused by the failure to research and comply with airline policies. PLEASE NOTE that if you are booked on a tour that includes on-tour flights, the checked luggage weight restrictions for these flights may be lower than the weight restrictions for your international flights.

Checked Luggage – General

Due to space restrictions, we ask that you please limit your checked luggage to one suitcase per person weighing no more than 50 pounds (23 kg) and with overall dimensions (length + width + height) not exceeding 62 inches (158 cm).

Besides complying with the Tauck restriction noted above, you should also be sure to research and comply with all airline baggage restrictions relating to your flights to and from your Tauck journey. Airlines have become much more strict in enforcing size and weight limits in recent years, and luggage exceeding airline standards for size or weight may result in expensive overage fees or other consequences.

Airlines are free to revise luggage policies without notice, and certain airlines have different baggage allowances for different classes of service. Researching and complying with airline luggage restrictions is the responsibility of the guest, and Tauck cannot be held responsible for any costs or disruptions to travel caused by the failure to research and comply with airline policies.

Tauck luggage tags will be provided by your Tauck Director on Day 1 of your itinerary. Please do not attach a Tauck luggage tag to any carry-on items, as the Tauck tags designate luggage that is to be handled and transferred by ground operators and hotel staff during your journey.

Carry-on Luggage – General

Although oversize bags and wheeled, carry-on luggage are popular for airline travel, they are often not convenient or appropriate for motor coach travel or for many on-tour flights. Most modern sightseeing motor coaches offer limited space for numerous or larger items. Space under seats or in the overhead rack is typically small, and designed to accommodate items like coats, hats, purses, and small camera bags, etc.

For your day-to-day travel while on tour, we recommend that you limit your hand luggage to a small, soft-sided carry-on piece, and only those items you need handy during the day such as purses, make-up, medications, cameras, film, etc. Items too large to fit under the motor coach seat or in the overhead rack must be stored in the luggage bays beneath the motor coach, and may not be accessible during daytime travel.

Health, Safety & Mobility


While drinking water is generally safe at all our hotels, bottled water will be available wherever the local water is not fit to drink. We also provide bottled water on the motor coaches.

Smoking is not permitted on the motor coaches. Digby Pines is a non-smoking resort. Local legislation in Canada varies greatly with respect to smoking. Generally, all the provinces visited – Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island – ban smoking in public places. Hotel guest rooms are generally exempt from these regulations.

If you have a medical condition that might limit your participation in activities, please consult your physician for pre-departure health advice and notify us as soon as possible, if you have not already done so. We will advise your Tauck Director accordingly.

Please check with your health insurance provider to determine whether you are covered while traveling. If you will not be covered under your current policy, we strongly suggest that you arrange for adequate coverage while on tour.

The restaurants, hotels, caterers and numerous other partners we work with all do their best to accommodate special dietary requests from Tauck guests. However, given the diverse nature of those food providers (from small wineries to grand hotels to world-famous restaurants in more than 70 countries worldwide), some of our partners are better able than others to accommodate such requests. We therefore cannot guarantee that all dietary requests can be accommodated at every meal. Also, please note that where dietary requests can be accommodated, choices will frequently be limited.

The Prince Edward Island & Nova Scotia journey is moderately-paced for the enjoyment of all guests. You should be in good health and able to walk reasonable distances over uneven terrain, as some of the most memorable sightseeing can only be accomplished on foot. The amount of walking you do, however, is at your discretion.

PLEASE NOTE: We regret that we're unable to provide individual assistance to guests with walking difficulties or other personal needs. The responsibility of the Tauck Director who accompanies your trip is to ensure that the larger group enjoys a relaxing and informative journey, and he or she cannot be relied upon to provide ongoing individual assistance to any one guest. Guests requiring such individualized assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion who can provide it.

If you are a resident of the U.S. traveling internationally, no vaccinations are currently required for travel to Canada. For complete vaccination and inoculation information, contact your physician, the public health service in your area, or the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. The CDC operates a 24-hour information number at 800-232-4636 (toll-free in the U.S.). You may also log on to the CDC website by clicking here .

If you are a resident of another country traveling internationally, please contact an embassy or consulate of each of the countries on the itinerary to determine what vaccinations may be required for you to visit.

Reading List

We have compiled a reading list of recommended books to give you more information about the destinations you will be traveling to on your upcoming journey!

You can view the reading list  here.

The weather in Nova Scotia is tempered by the ocean and in Prince Edward Island by the warm waters of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Summers tend to be warm, with very low humidity. From June through early September, average high temperatures range from 65 to 75˚F (18 to 24˚C); average low temperatures range from 45 to 55˚F (7 to 13˚C). Rainfall is spread evenly throughout the year at a moderate 4 in (102 mm) per month.

To read about current weather conditions, we suggest you log on to the Internet website by clicking here .

What To Pack

Bringing the right clothing for your trip is important – we've partnered with Necessary Gear who provide an "easy-to-use, one-stop shop" for your Tauck travel needs, specifically selected for this trip. Click here to visit their site .

Your journey is designed with leisure in mind. Dress for comfort and convenience with a wardrobe that is adaptable and allows for layering. Generally, during the day, casual, comfortable, cotton clothing is recommended. Cool weather at higher elevations or at night will require warmer, layered clothing. For the welcome and farewell receptions, casual resort wear is appropriate; formal wear is never required.

Most of our hotels offer valet laundry service for a fee. Please inquire at time of booking.

We recommend that you pack an adequate supply of your prescription medication in its original container to last through your entire journey, together with a copy of your doctor's prescription (or a letter from your health-care provider on office stationery explaining that the medication has been prescribed for you), a list of the generic names of your medication, your travel documents and a change of clothing in your carry-on bag to avoid any inconvenience in the event that your flight or luggage is delayed.

Following is a list of recommended items to pack for your trip to Eastern Canada:

  • Casual daytime wear – shorts, slacks, long and short-sleeved shirts
  • An optional jacket and tie for men
  • Casually elegant evening wear for ladies
  • Sunglasses, sunscreen, hat
  • A light sweater, jacket or windbreaker for higher elevations or a breezy night
  • Binoculars (7x50 preferably)
  • Insect repellent
  • Camera, lenses, batteries, memory cards and chargers
  • Lightweight, comfortable, sturdy walking shoes that have already been broken-in
  • Travel alarm clock/ cell phone with alarm function (many hotels do not have clocks in the rooms)
  • Rain poncho and collapsible umbrella
  • Daypack for camera equipment
  • Sundries and toiletries that may be difficult to find en route
  • Copies of your travel documents that should be secured in the safe in your hotel room while traveling

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Featuring Scenery “Extraordinaire”

DAY ONE:  It will be fun to get acquainted as we make a summer journey through the Pennsylvania mountains with our TLC Tours Team. Overnight is in Danbury, Connecticut.

DAY TWO:  We continue on to beautiful Bar Harbor, a town on Mt. Desert Island along scenic Maine’s Frenchman Bay. It serves as a gateway to the mountains and cliffs of neighboring Acadia National Park and overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and Porcupine Islands. High atop a bluff with views of the water is your home for tonight, and dinner is at a local favorite. (B, D)

DAY THREE:     This morning, we are joined by a local guide for a wonderful tour of Arcadia National Park.  See tremendous coastline scenes that have attracted the elite to this area for years – view Cadillac Mountain & the crashing waves at Thunder Hole. Then “All Aboard” the hi-speed Cat Ferry, a 349-foot catamaran, as it sails over to Yarmouth, N.S., a very special journey. Sit back and enjoy incredible ocean views, food, and live entertainment. You’ll be experiencing the Maritimes the way they’re meant to be. Upon disembarkation, overnight in Yarmouth. (B,

DAY FOUR:    Today we embark on our true Nova Scotia adventure!  Begin on the gorgeous Evangeline Trail to Grand Pre-National Park, a Unesco World Heritage Site that takes you back in time to the event which took thousands of Acadians from their homes in this Bay of Fundy region in the southern Minas Basin. Continuing on our scenic journey, we arrive in the capital city of Halifax – you’ll fall in love with this area, guaranteed. Staying 2 nights here, you’ll have easy access to Casino Nova Scotia and the exciting waterfront area where good times await at the many historic pubs filled with loud east coast music, yummy food, and a fun-loving maritime atmosphere. (B)

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DAY SIX:    The renowned Citadel Fortress is our first stop today for an interesting tour and fantastic view of the city.   We depart for Cape Breton Island, N.S., and a 2-night stay at the charming 1861 Historical Telegraph House in quaint, downtown Baddeck nestled along the shore of the Bras d’Or Lake. Dinner is included tonight at our hotel. A gorgeous day in every way! (D)

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DAYS EIGHT & NINE:   Rise & shine as we depart for our next adventure, Prince Edward Island! After a short ferry ride and scenic drive, we arrive in Charlottetown, the heart of the Island. Everyone loves their time here which is why we’re staying two days! Included is a delicious lobster or steak dinner right on the waterfront, a visit to the famous Anne of Green Gables home, and beautiful Cavendish Beach. Also, free time back in Charlottetown to enjoy this charming seaside city any way you wish! (2-B, 1-D)

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DAY ELEVEN:    We’re off to “St. Andrews by the Sea” for a look at the impressive, historical Algonquin Hotel. Overlooking the Passamaquoddy Bay sits this Tudor-style ‘Castle-by-the-Sea’ – enjoy a photo op here and then some free time in the quaint downtown area. Next, we’ll cross into Maine as some pretty country roads lead us to our home for tonight in South Portland.   Dinner is included at a local favorite restaurant. (B,D)

DAY TWELVE:   Today we head Southwest, back toward more familiar territory.  Our overnight is at the wonderful Woodlands Resort near Wilkes-Barre, PA – you’ll love it here! Dinner is at the resort for our Farewell Evening together. (B, D)

DAY THIRTEEN:   We’ll be in the heart of “coal mining country”, so a visit to the Eckley Miner Village will provide a very interesting tour before we finish our journey home.  (B)

You’ll be filled with outstanding memories, guaranteed!   

                            Includes 19 Meals: 10 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 8 Dinners

*Passport or Passport card is required – No exceptions*

$3,976 per/person, double occupancy

$3,656 per/person triple occupancy

$3,446 per/person quad occupancy

$5346 single occupancy

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Please note: The following are TLC's general polices and procedures that cover all of our tours, so some of these may or may not be applicable to this particular tour.

Age Requirements:

All ages are welcome to join a TLC Tour beginning with age 5 years old and up.   Because our goal is to provide a relaxing, enjoyable ride for all when on our coach, we must ask that adults plan appropriate, quiet entertainment for their younger ones in order to not disturb the others aboard.  There may be a reduction in cost for the younger children, but no guarantees, especially on Day Trips.

On all overnight tours, we use a daily seat rotation. The first day of a trip, you choose your seat when you board, and rotate from there. We feel this is fair to all. If the coach is not full, a less formal rotation may be used at the Escort’s discretion. Persons traveling single or with uneven amounts in their group may need to sit with other like-travelers. We cannot guarantee that small groups will be seated together. We welcome single travelers, but the single rate does not include two seats on the coach. * We cannot accept doctor’s notes regarding requests to sit in the front seat/s. Please consider boarding at the first pickup location if your seat location is of concern. It is also recommended to see your doctor for motion sickness medication, if this should apply.


We make regular stops for restrooms and for the convenience of smokers; however, we have a NO SMOKING (or vaping) policy aboard all coaches. If someone violates the non-smoking policies of places we are staying or visiting while on tour, it is the sole responsibility of that person should there be any penalties and/or fines for not adhering to their rules and regulations. Consumption of alcoholic beverages is not permitted at any time on the coach.


All of our tours use beautiful modern, deluxe wide-body motorcoaches from Campbell Bus Lines . Campbell has received the highest possible rating with the Dept. of Transportation. The motorcoaches are equipped with air-conditioning, reclining seats, public address system, DVD player, outlets for each passenger, and emergency restrooms. Our intent is for all overnight tours to be professionally escorted. Upon occasion, in order to avoid canceling a trip with a low passenger count, our Driver may serve both positions of Driver and Escort, and all are professionally trained to do so. ~ Also, on air trips with low passenger counts, we will not be able to provide an Escort from our company. However, once you arrive at your destination, a guide from our connecting company will be with you throughout the entire tour.

Lodging and Meals:

Your lodging is included on all overnight tours. All hotels are AAA rated. We never use second rate hotels, restaurants, or activities on any tour, to the best of our ability to make that determination. If you need two beds in your room, please state this when making your reservation. Generally, some meals are included on overnight trips (see individual tour inclusions); however, we cannot guarantee any special dietary requirements.

Border Crossings:

As of June 2009, a Passport or Passport Card is required for border crossings. Either of these travel documents may be obtained through your local courthouse. The Passport Card is limited but is sufficient for Canadian border crossings and is good for 10 years – it is also very easy to apply for. Your Driver and/or Escort will be asking to see one of these documents before boarding the coach for trips with this requirement. We cannot be responsible if you are unable to travel due to failure on your part to obtain the proper documentation. Please begin the process early enough to ensure that you will have it in time for your tour’s departure. Click here for for more information .

One suitcase per person is included in the price of your tour. You are also permitted a carry-on, which is your responsibility. Additional luggage may be transported at the cost of $10.00 per bag, per day. It is wise to travel light. Luggage tags are provided and required for hotel identification and are sent with the final letter and phone numbers of your hotels.

Medical Devices:  

Medical devices must be handled by you, the passenger.  They are either to be stored under your seat (not protruding out into the person’s space behind or in front of you), or if too large for that accommodation, they must be placed under the coach by you, and taken off at each place it’s needed by you.  It is not safe for a medical device to ride in an overhead compartment for multiple reasons, nor are our Drivers or hotel personnel allowed to handle it for safety and liability reasons.  If it needs to ride under the coach, please have it in a quality container (as small as possible) to assure it rides safely.

Taxes and Gratuities:

All taxes and gratuities for included meals and activities are included, unless otherwise mentioned by the Escort. Driver and Escort gratuities are not included in the price of your tour. The suggested rate for a “job well done” is a minimum of $4.00-$4.50 per person/ per day for the Tour Escort, and a minimum of $4.00-$4.50per person/per day for the Driver. We request that you express this on an individual basis and let the quality of service received be your guide.

All prices listed are per/person rates. On one day tours, full payment must be made with the reservation. For overnight tours, see “How To Make A Reservation”. Balance of an overnight tour is due 45 days prior to departure (unless otherwise stated/notified). Confirmation will be sent after we receive your deposit. Please call as soon as possible if you should decide not to go.

FYI :  About a week before your overnight trip departs, you will receive from our office a letter packet with updated itinerary, passenger list, departure and return times, luggage tags, hotel phone numbers, and other pertinent information.

1 – Our intent is to have all our tours accompanied by one of our professional Escorts –  However, occasionally a low passenger count may make it necessary to send that tour out as “Driver Only” in an effort to ensure that the trip you wanted to go on does not have to be cancelled.  Please be assured our Tour Drivers are first-class professionals, capable of handling any trip we offer from beginning to end.  You will be in great hands and have a wonderful time!

2- Please Note – We’re truly sorry if we’ve canceled a trip that you wanted to go on.  Sometimes excellent trips with super itineraries are canceled when people wait ‘til the last minute to put in their reservation.  OUR monies are usually due at least 45 days ahead on regular trips, and sometimes 90 on certain ones.  If we don’t have enough signed up at that time, we have no choice but to cancel it.  Then when you call later, it’s already too late… and disappointing for us all!  Please help us and CALL EARLY – Thank you so much.

3- The information about trips on this website ( is complete.  It contains the same information that a paper flyer has.  However, if you prefer a paper flyer you can call for Fully Detailed Flyers for Most Trips of 3 Days or More. We’ll gladly send extras for you to pass along to your friends!  We will also happily send a Tour Book to anyone you feel would enjoy receiving one.

Up to 45 days prior to departure date, a full refund will be made. *Air and cruise tours, and some longer tours, may be different—be sure to ask for details when making your reservation. Tours including tickets also generally have earlier non-refundable dates. There are no refunds for cancellations made within 45 days prior to your departure date. However, we will do our best to recover as much as we can, but cannot guarantee anything including prepaid reservations and other costs that are non-refundable to us. There will be a $25.00 per/person charge for this service. There will be no refund, for any reason, for a “no-show” on the day of the tour.

Please Note: Refunds will be made by the same method you paid us, e.g., if you paid by credit card, the refund will be put back on that credit card. No exceptions.

TLC Tours offers a “Refund Protection Plan” for overnight tours that is available at our office at a minimal cost. It needs to be purchased when you book your trip. This insures you a full refund in case of:

  • A.) a death in your immediate family (requires a copy of death notice)
  • B.) personal illness (requires a doctor’s written note confirming you were too ill to travel)
  • C.) Exceptions would be made if an immediate family member’s serious illness necessitates you staying home but would still need confirmed by a doctor’s note. *Immediate family, in these situations, includes spouse, parents or children only.

Call our office for full details about TLC’s RPP. We encourage you to take advantage of the protection plan, or secure insurance on your own if you prefer “cancel for any reason” coverage. Our Refund Protection Plan is not available for Day Trips, nor are there any refunds for Day Trips, with a few exceptions.


TLC Tours reserves the right to cancel any tour that has not reached a minimum number of reservations. We always avoid changes and cancellations, if at all possible, as we realize the inconvenience to you, our valued customer. We reserve the right to cancel or refuse service to anyone, in our sole discretion. Any person may be dismissed from a tour at any time by the Tour Escort or Driver should their conduct be problematic in any way. No refund will be made, nor will any further responsibility be assumed by TLC Tours or anyone in their employment.


TLC Tours, LLC is insured. Campbell Bus Lines is registered and insured with the ICC. TLC Tours acts only as an agent. We are not responsible to any person for any loss of time or money due to a change or delay beyond our control. Nor are we responsible for non-performance by those we have contracted with. We reserve the right to change tour prices, inclusions, and itinerary, if so, dictated by circumstances beyond our control. We are not responsible for pricing, typographical, or other errors. Any claims against TLC Tours must be made, in writing within 30 days of the trip.


We are so thankful that much of our country has ‘opened up’ and we are back to being able to travel freely, for those who desire to get out & about again.  While rejoicing over such good news, there are still a few things we must remain aware of that are listed below.  We believe these things are a very small price to pay to be “On the Road Again’! ~ Thank you for your gracious understanding and kind cooperation as we wisely embark on wonderful memory-making journeys together this year!

A- There are a few parts of the country that are still enforcing a mask mandate in their particular area. Please tuck a mask in your pocket just in case we should arrive somewhere and find out unexpectedly that we are required to wear one for entrance.  We continue to pledge to be good neighbors and help these establishments stay open by cooperating with whatever they are required to ask of us, and to do it with a good, kind spirit.  If you’re not in agreement with this, please refrain from traveling with us at this time.

B- At this writing, all the places we plan to visit are open for business. However, as mentioned above, that can change by the time we arrive.  Should there be some place that is not able to take us, we will do our very best to substitute an activity or attraction of an equal quality.  We just have to “go with the flow” again this year somewhat – but trust me, every single place we plan to visit WANTS to be open for us and will be doing everything they can to do so.

C- We ask that you take your own temperature before leaving home on the morning of Day One, and if you show any fever at all, please stay home. If you have additional/other symptoms that suggest Covid-19 or a variant, we ask that you please stay home.  If you have been around someone with Covid-19/variant, or highly suspected Covid-19/variant, we ask that you please follow the CDC guidelines according to their timeline, and possibly stay home.  Any of these methods are somewhat dependent on the “honor system”.  We trust that our upstanding TLC customers will “do the right thing” and not put anyone else at risk for contracting Covid or a variant on a TLC tour.

D- Should someone come down with Covid during or after their tour, we assume no responsibility or liability. We cannot control every minute of everyone’s day, nor can we control how people handle themselves when off the coach. We have done our very best to secure accommodations and venues that state the highest sanitation protocols to the best of their ability. If on tour you should come down with Covid-19 or a variant, or strongly suspect it, you would be responsible to quarantine yourself and arrange for transportation home when appropriate. — By traveling with us, you are agreeing that TLC Tours, LLC will not be held responsible for contracting Covid-19 or a variant, nor liable for any expenses involved in any way.

E- If you do need to cancel at the last-minute because of having covid/variant, being exposed to covid/variant, or suspecting a possible case of covid/variant, our normal cancellation policies apply, just as they would to any other last-minute illness that prevents you from going on a tour. See General Information/Refunds in this book.  Without insurance, there is no refund except what we might be able to get back from individual vendors on your behalf.  We highly suggest taking out either our in-house Refund Protection Policy, or another more comprehensive insurance plan of your own choosing.

Overall, please lovingly respect the concerns of others if they differ from yours. 

Some may have health issues that cause them to be more cautions than you may feel is necessary for yourself.

– Here’s the best plan: “Do Unto Others as You Would Have Others Do Unto You!” –


( 1) Every Campbell coach is completely disinfected before they depart for a trip. You can be assured that the bus that arrives to pick you up has been thoroughly cleaned with an environmentally friendly solution that is EPA-approved, and not diluted or mixed at our facilities.  The solution is rated on the EPA K-List that supersedes the current EPA suggestion for elimination of Corona Virus and has no harmful properties.  It has received the Green Seal certification.  The solution is applied with electrostatic sprayers to increase coverage to eliminate all pathogens on hard surfaces.

(2) We have upgraded all air filters and increased the frequency that we change the air filters on the coach to reduce contamination.  Our motor coaches refresh the air on the coach every five minutes, and combined with the upgraded filters, will reduce stale used air in the coach.

 ( 3) We have UV lights in our HVAC system to eliminate any airborne pathogens.

( 4) Disinfecting wipes available for the Driver & Escort, and hand sanitizer on board for your use.

( 5)  Should the situation regarding pandemic conditions rise during the year, we are prepared to increase the level of our procedures accordingly.

Ohio Departure Points:

Our departure points are as follows:

  • Akron:   Home Depot, 2811 S. Arlington St, Akron – just up north from the Walmart – park in the front corner behind Golden Corral
  • Canton:  Target parking lot behind Panda Express, 5584 Dressler Rd. NW – near Belden Village (you park in the row of the buggy corral)

Alliance:   The back parking area of Lowe’s, 2595 W. State St. (turn into Lowes and drive straight back to the last row)

  • Salem:   Burger King on E. State St. (rear parking area)
  • Columbiana:   Our TLC Office at 44139 St. Rt. 14.

Other departure points may be established for groups of 10 or more if the itinerary and direction of travel permits. We reserve the right to change departures. Departures are arranged in the direction of travel, with last departure being the closest to the destination, for the convenience of all passengers.

Pennsylvania Departure Points;

*We may use smaller shuttle buses to make these pickups and will join the tour en route at a logical transfer point.

For Overnight Trips:

  • Slippery Rock:   Campbell Bus Lines, 258 Grove City Rd
  • Butler:   Ollie’s, 602 Moraine Pointe Plaza
  • Grove City:  County Market Plaza, 49 Pine Grove Square
  • Mercer:    Rodeway Inn, 835 Perry Hwy.


For day trips, we do not have any insurance or Refund Protection Plan available.  Payment must be made in full when booking a day trip, and if you cancel your reservation up to 45 days prior to the trip’s date, you will receive a full refund.  * Occasionally a day trip may have a different cancellation date other than 45 days out – it is good to inquire when making your reservation .  — If TLC should need to cancel the entire day trip, you will receive a refund.


For most overnight tours, a full refund will be made up to 45 days prior to departure date. However, some of our tours, especially the longer ones, may have a 60-day cancellation date.  The specific date will be listed on your confirmation which you will receive in the mail once you make your reservation. Tours including tickets may have earlier non-refundable dates – please inquire when making a reservation for a tour that includes tickets. There are no refunds for cancellations made within the 45 (or 60) days prior to your departure date. However, we will do our best to recover as much as we can, but cannot guarantee anything including prepaid reservations and other costs that are non-refundable to us. There will be a $25.00 per/person charge for this service. There will be no refund, for any reason, for a “no-show” on the day of the tour.

** Please Note: Refunds will be made by the same method you paid us; e.g., if you paid by credit card, the refund will be put back on that credit card. No exceptions.

TLC’s REFUND PROTECTION PLAN for Overnight Motorcoach Tours :

  TLC has an in-house “Refund Protection Plan” which we offer for overnight motorcoach tours through our office at a minimal cost .   It needs to be purchased when you book your trip . This insures you a full refund in case of:

  • ) A death in your immediate family (requires a copy of death notice)
  • ) Personal illness (requires a doctor’s written note confirming you were too ill to travel)
  • ) Exceptions would be made if an immediate family member’s serious illness necessitates you staying home, but would still need confirmed by a doctor’s note.  *Immediate family, in these situations, includes spouse, parents or children only.

The RPP covers you up to the morning of departure; however, you must call your Escort (number will be provided) that morning before your pick-up time in order for the RPP to be valid.  She will need to call all the places the tour is going to change the passenger counts.  Failure to call the Escort that morning cancels your RPP coverage.

Feel free to call our office for full details about TLC’s RPP. We encourage you to take advantage of the protection plan, or secure more comprehensive insurance on your own, if desired.


For any of our tours that involve flying, the connecting companies we use for our air tours offer their own insurance plans and instructions.  You will find that information listed on each tour’s page and/or flyer near the respective pricing and other pertinent details.  It is up to you, of course, whether or not you choose to take insurance out, but it is highly recommended.

PLEASE NOTE: Sometimes excellent trips with super itineraries are canceled when people wait ’til the last minute to put in their reservation. OUR monies are usually due at least 90 days ahead on “fly trips” and at least 45 days ahead on regular trips. If we don’t have enough signed up at that time, we have no choice but to cancel it. Then when you call later, it’s already too late… and disappointing for us all! Please help us and CALL EARLY – Thank you so much.

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16 things to know before visiting Nova Scotia

Darcy Rhyno

May 22, 2024 • 7 min read

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Get the most out of your visit to Nova Scotia with these local tips and insight © aprott / Getty Images © ©aprott/Getty Images

As a born and bred Nova Scotian and a one-time tourism promoter, I’ve been welcoming and advising visitors for decades.

This is my home and my playground, and I never tire of exploring Nova Scotia ’s nooks and crannies. There’s always a new winery or restaurant, a kayaking tour or an Indigenous experience to renew my appreciation of the home I thought I knew.

The good news is that my fellow Nova Scotians are just as eager to receive visitors. On a whale-watching tour, the captain will invite you into the wheelhouse for a yarn. It’s their fishing boat – they're eager to show it off. At a winery, the vintner is more than happy to talk about varietals and the organic approaches to growing them. Inside a rural museum, an interpreter might invite you to help fit that next board onto the dory they're building. Their great-grandparents might have built similar boats here. 

Nova Scotia is very safe, but more than that, its people are ready to welcome visitors with open arms, a glass of wine and a tale or two, some of which might even be true. Get the most out of your trip to Nova Scotia with these things to know before you go. 

People stroll along a boardwalk at a waterfront

1. Plan to spend at least three days in Nova Scotia

A common misconception among visitors to Nova Scotia is that it’s driveable in a single day. While technically true – a one-way trip tip-to-tip takes eight hours – you’ll want to immerse yourself in its rural charms and urban panache. Get off the 100-series highways onto the rural routes and scenic drives. Take that side road down to the wharf. When that beach tempts you to pull over and walk it, answer the call.

Looking for other ways to travel around Nova Scotia? Here's our transportation guide

2. Pack for changeable weather

Casual, comfortable clothing is ubiquitous – lots of denim, plaid, t-shirts, sneakers, sandals. Smart casual for the theater or a nice dinner is as formal as it gets. More importantly, pack layers and a waterproof windbreaker for cool nights, foggy coastlines and rainy days. Winter’s a different story when freezing temperatures require hats, mittens and warm coats.

Figure out which time of year you should visit Nova Scotia

3. Book accommodations and car rentals well ahead

Especially in summer and near the sea, accommodations fill up months in advance, sometimes a year out. Rental cars are hard to come by in summer, so book one well ahead of arrival.

A city waterfront with a small sail boat in the foreground

4. Getting into and around Nova Scotia requires creativity

Everyone needs a passport to enter Canada through Nova Scotia, including Canadians returning from abroad. Citizens of the US and many other countries need only a passport,  others need additional documentation .

Maritime Bus serves some parts of Nova Scotia with daily stops. A two-hour trip costs about $25. VIA Rail, the only  passenger train , links Halifax and Montréal three times a week. EV charging stations are coming online quickly, but the total number is only around 100. While useful in Halifax, ride-hailing apps won’t likely get you a ride in rural areas. A few taxi services survive in some small towns.

Halifax’s Metro Transit runs a network of efficient, affordable bus routes and the ferry service that makes several harbor crossings per hour. An adult fare for either is $2.75. Ask for a paper transfer each time you get off a bus or ferry so you can catch the next one for free. Sydney on Cape Breton Island has its own public transit , but that’s about where services that are useful to visitors end in Nova Scotia.

5. Call 911 in an emergency

That number gets you an ambulance operated by professional paramedics. In rural Nova Scotia, it gets you a first responder, a volunteer with extensive first aid training who can quickly reach the services required for whatever the emergency might be. Medically essential transportation by ambulance can cost over $1000 for tourists, so be sure to have adequate travel insurance and contact your insurance company immediately.

6. Cell phone options are expensive, so stick with your home plan

Picking up a SIM card upon arrival in Canada won’t land you the savings it does in other countries. Phone plans in Nova Scotia are notoriously expensive. It’s likely cheaper to stick with your own roaming plan.

First time in Canada? Here's what you need to know

7. Wi-fi is common and free

Hoping to cut down on expensive data use? Most bars, restaurants and attractions offer free wi-fi. Just ask a server for the password. Need a keyboard? Libraries across Nova Scotia are equipped with computers that are free to use.

A man buys sunflowers from a roadside farm stall

8. Debit and credit cards are widely accepted, but take cash to farmers markets

Nova Scotia businesses of all sizes have gone fully electronic. Debit and credit cards are almost universally accepted. Just remember that small businesses have to eat the transaction fees, so debit is better than credit for them, and cash is better than both. Small companies like Wilson’s sell gasoline at a discount when you pay with debit or cash.

9. ...and tipping is expected

When paying by card, you’ll see a range of percentages pop up. The standard tip at Nova Scotia restaurants is 15%. There's no need to go higher than that, but do remember that many servers are paid minimum wage.  

10. Place names can be tricky to get right

Expect strange, hard-to-pronounce place names in Nova Scotia, many with Mi’kmaw, French or Gaelic roots. Nobody in Antigonish is against something called a “gonish,” as one visitor enquired. No one is looking for anything in Ecum Secum. There’s no bumper crop of fungi in Mushaboom. Nova Scotians are known for their healthy sense of humor and will happily help with correct pronunciation. Pronounce Musquodoboit as “mus-ka-dob-it.” When asking how far to Ben Eoin, it helps to think of a sleepy friend named “Ben Yawn.”

11. Practice your French in Acadian communities

In communities of Acadian ancestry such as Cheticamp, Isle Madame, Pubnico and Clare, French is the first language. It’s an older form of the language, influenced by English and Mi’kmaq, the local Indigenous language. Slipping into a conversation with a speaker of Acadian French will make an instant friend, but be prepared for a heavy accent and a hybrid language in which un pickup and un truck à garbage  are easily translated terms.

12. Canada is in the midst of a reconciliation process with Indigenous peoples

Centuries of mistreatment of Indigenous peoples in Canada by settlers has led to a process called  reconciliation . Governments at all levels and Canadians of settler descent are working to address the fallout of that mistreatment. At a musical performance, you’ll likely hear a land acknowledgment that declares the area as the ancestral home of the Mi’kmaq. Visitors are encouraged to seek out the welcoming Mi’kmaq, who offer interpretive experiences such as  Eskasoni Cultural Journeys and work as guides in places like  Kejimkujik National Park and the  Millbrook Cultural and Heritage Centre .

A lighthouse being buffetted by massive waves

13. Stand well back from breaking waves

If there’s one danger Nova Scotians want every visitor to be aware of, it’s unpredictable coastal waves. At popular sites, waves roll straight in off the Atlantic, gently washing over the rocks one minute and potentially rising up to swallow onlookers at the next. Stay well back from rocky shores where waves break. At Peggy’s Cove , watch the waves from the viewing deck. On beaches, learn how rip tides work and how to escape them .

14. Forget bottled water

All restaurants serve free water with meals, usually from the tap, that's safe to drink. There’s rarely a need to buy water in plastic bottles.

15. Put down that lobster bib

I know, I know. Cracking open and devouring a whole lobster is a messy business, and you don’t want stains on your shirt. But nothing marks a tourist faster than donning the plastic bib decorated with little lobsters that restaurants provide. Be bold. Go local. Dive into that big, red, delicious crustacean with both hands, bib-free.

16. Cannabis is legal but confined to private places 

Canada legalized cannabis in 2018. The Nova Scotia Liquor Commission (NSLC) is the only legal retailer of cannabis in the province, and it’s sold in the same stores as beer, wine and spirits. If you’re at least 19 (that’s also the legal drinking age), feel free to use it in the privacy of your accommodations. You can possess up to 30 grams in public, but it’s illegal to use in most public places and in a vehicle. Don't drive under the influence, and don’t forget it in your suitcase when flying out of Halifax. Otherwise, if you’re one for the weed, enjoy this rare freedom.

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New England has some of the top-ranked fishing, biking, kayaking tours in the U.S.

T ravelers looking for adventure this summer will find some of the best tours in the nation right here in New England, according to USA Today readers.

10 best things to do north of Boston this summer

The publication revealed the best adventure tours in America on Wednesday, part of its  2024 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards , and several New England companies were recognized in the categories of kayaking, fishing, biking, and more.

“Summer is calling, and adventure awaits at every turn,” USA Today wrote. “Imagine the spray of water on your face as you navigate the rapids, the thrill of reeling in a catch on a sunlit sea, or the wind in your hair as you cycle through scenic trails.”

Massachusetts impressed with two of the country’s 10 best fishing charters : Fishbucket Sportfishing in Boston ranked No. 4, and Reel Deal Fishing Charters in Truro ranked No. 7. The No. 1 fishing charter is Hubbard’s Marina in Madeira Beach, Fla.

“For novice fishers, a jaunt along Boston Harbor provides ample insight into the sport, while more experienced anglers can go all-in on an offshore trip to search for massive tuna and even sharks,” USA Today wrote about Boston’s Fishbucket Sportfishing.

Three of the 10 best bike tours in America are Summer Feet Cycling in Portland, Maine, which ranked No. 3, Cyclismo Classico in Arlington, which ranked No. 5, and VBT Bicycling Vacations in Williston, Vermont, which ranked No. 7. The No. 1 bike tour is Carolina Tailwinds in Winston-Salem, N.C.

“Summer Feet Cycling was founded more than two decades ago, offering bicycle tours of Maine,” USA Today wrote. “Today, the company continues to introduce visitors to the Pine Tree State, with additional tour offerings in Quebec, Nova Scotia, and Europe.”

Maine has one of the 10 best kayak tours in the nation: Maine State Sea Kayak in Southwest Harbor introduces adventurers to the “quiet side” of Acadia National Park by exploring the less-visited side of Mount Desert Island. the No. 1 kayak tour is Santa Barbara Adventure Company in Santa Barbara, Calif.

Finally, for those who don’t mind going sky high, Vertical Ventures Aviation in Whitefield, N.H. ranked No. 10 among the country’s best helicopter tours for showcasing the state’s iconic White Mountains. The No. 1 helicopter tour is Island Helicopters Kauai in Lihue, Hawaii.

For the 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards lists, USA Today travel experts select 20 nominees in topics from food to lodging, destinations to things to do. Then the publication asks readers to cast votes to determine the top 10.

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Walking among the Ancients: Honouring a rare old-growth forest

The wabanaki-acadian old-growth forest of eastern north america is endangered with only 1 per cent left.

Naturalist Peter Rompkey standing in front of approximately 300 year-old Yellow Birch hardwood tree

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The intricate complexity and beauty of old-growth forests continue to puzzle and fascinate scientists and researchers. 

Generations of untouched deep thick ground cover, ancient trees and astounding biodiversity contain an interconnected world. 

"When you look up and the canopy is so high above you get this feeling like you're in a cathedral in one of the old cities in Europe," naturalist Peter Romkey told IDEAS producer Mary Lynk on their tour of the Wabanaki-Acadian old-growth forest stand.

This forest is mostly second or third-generation trees now from clear-cutting and logging. The Wabanaki-Acadian forest stretches from parts of the Maritimes and Southern Quebec down into several New England states. 

  • N.S. adds 'policy protection' to old-growth forests on Crown land

The World Wildlife Fund lists the Wabanaki-Acadian old-growth forest as endangered — with only one percent remaining.

It is very rare to come across an old-growth forest stand, and Peter Rompkey took Mary to a secret location which was in pristine condition with trees more than 300 years old, and a rolling thick forest floor of mosses and fungi.

Here are some photos of Mary and Peter's clandestine walk through the ancient forest.

 Yellow Birch and Hemlock tree intertwined roots

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Guests in this episode:

Peter Rompkey is a naturalist, forest ranger and former executive director of the K.C. Irving Environmental Science Centre at Acadia University. He is retired and living on the south shore of Nova Scotia.

Joan Maloof  is an ecologist, and professor emeritus at Salisbury University. She is also the founder of the Old-Growth Forest Network, which works to preserve, protect, and promote America's few remaining stands of old-growth forests. Maloof is the author of several books, including: Nature's Temples: A Natural History of Old-Growth Forests , Teaching the Trees: Lessons From the Forest and Among the Ancients: Adventures in the Eastern Old-Growth Forests . She lives in Maryland.

Ursula Johnson is an internationally renowned multidisciplinary artist. She won the 2017 Sobey Art Award. She descends from a long line of Mi'kmaw Artists, including her late Great-Grandmother, Caroline Gould, from whom she learned basket making. Ursula is a member of the Eskasoni Mi'kmaw Nation on Cape Breton Island (Unama'ki in Mi'kmaq). Johnson also works for Parks Canada as the Mi'kmaq Relations Advisor for the mainland Nova Scotia field unit. She lives in southwestern Nova Scotia. 

*This episode was produced by Mary Lynk.

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  4. New England / Nova Scotia Tour

    Nine nights deluxe hotel accommodations (6 Nights in Northern New England USA & 2 Nights in Nova Scotia & 1 night aboard the Scotia Prince Cruise Ship. 15 Full Meals (9 Dinners & 6 Breakfasts) Admission to all tour attractions included on your sample tour itinerary - Escorted Planned Tour. Gratuities (Not included for Tour Escort & Bus Driver.

  5. Eastern Canada Tours & Tour Packages

    Explore Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island with Tauck travel experts! 800-788-7885 or your travel ... New England Fall Foliage Tours; Featured Tours. Grand New England . Grand Australia & New Zealand. Spain and Portugal. Canadian Rockies & Glacier National Park. 01

  6. Best Canada and New England Cruises

    On our popular Nova Scotia cruises from Boston, munch on fresh seafood and tap your toe along to a fiddler. Or roam the rolling hills, sandy beaches, and Victorian houses of Prince Edward Island. From lighthouses set against the golden summer sun to the most vibrant fall foliage imaginable, a vacation in New England and Canada packs in a ...

  7. Nova Scotia Tours

    Guided Caravan Nova Scotia tours from Halifax 1-800-227-2826; PEI, New Brunswick, Cabot Trail, and Cape Breton Island on tour itinerary. My Tours Call ... Fall foliage arrives later in Nova Scotia than in New England. The best fall colors are usually in October. Have your camera ready on the Cabot Trail, where fall foliage can be spectacular ...

  8. 10 Best Nova Scotia Tours & Trips 2024/2025

    What people love about Nova Scotia Tours. Johanna-Kristine Sherman 10 Oct, 2023. 5. It was an excellent trip! Wonders of the Maritimes & Scenic Cape Breton (11 destinations) Wendy Carter 17 Oct, 2023. 5. The wonders of the Bay of Fundy tour was the best tour I've ever been on. We were a small group who enjoyed each other's company and ...

  9. Cruise to New England

    Some tours require intra-vacation flights (and in some cases intra-vacation segments must be purchased from Globus). Cruise to New England with Globus and see the great cities of New England and Eastern Canada. See Boston, Montpelier, Montreal, Nova Scotia and more!

  10. Nova Scotia Guided Tours & Cruises

    How to Book a Tour. See your travel advisor, or call Tauck at 800-468-2825 to make a reservation. At the time of booking, please have the following information ready for all members of your party: Tour Name and Departure Date. Traveler's Name: First and last names as they appear on your passport or driver's license.

  11. Uncover Coastal Canada: Nova Scotia Tours with Globus

    Throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island, tiny fishing villages, giant whales, and the grandest of scenery will be calling your name, as will Cape Breton's historic Alexander Graham Bell Museum. Hello, coastal Canada! Small group departure dates available on this tour. 9 days. 1 country.

  12. Nova Scotia & New England

    At Wood Islands, board a ferry for your 75-minute crossing of the Northumberland Strait to Nova Scotia. Cross the Canso Causeway to Cape Breton, the Scotland of North America, and continue to Baddeck. Check-in to your local area hotel, refresh, then enjoy dinner included this evening at a local favorite. Day 6 - Cape Breton, Cabot Trail, Whale ...

  13. Nova Scotia & New England's Coast « R & J Tours

    Saint John is known as the anchor of the Bay of Fundy experience. Later we board our ferry and make our way across to Digby, Nova Scotia. Our stay tonight is at the lovely Pines Resort located in Digby, near the Southwestern tip of Nova Scotia and overlooks the Annapolis Basin.

  14. 19 Best Nova Scotia Canada Cruises & Tours for 2024-2025

    Best of the Canadian Maritimes. $4015. 11. Jun 30, 2024. Discover the beauty of Canada's Maritimes on an 11-day adventure from Halifax to Saint John. Visit UNESCO sites, explore coastal trails, and immerse …. 0. St Lawrence River and Nova Scotia - Canada's lifeline amidst Indian summer colors. $12312.

  15. Nova Scotia, New England and Prince Edward Island

    Join us on an unforgettable adventure exploring Nova Scotia, New England, and Prince Edward Island. From the captivating Hudson River Valley to the rugged coast of Maine, we'll visit historic sites, lighthouses, and indulge in local delicacies like lobster. Experience the charm of Prince Edward Island and learn about the life of Lucy Maude Montgomery, the author of Anne of Green Gables.

  16. Tours in Canada

    New England & Atlantic Canada Cruise. Cruise from Boston to Québec City and be captivated by the history and charm of the regions along the way! Stunning wild Atlantic seascapes, with soaring cliffs, beaches and quaint villages are a daily treat to the senses on this cruise from Boston to Québec City. Hike Bar Harbor cliffs or stroll the ...

  17. Atlantic Maritimes Tour

    This tour is a combination of shorter tours within Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI. Combining tours provides a lot of flexibility of taking only a portion of the tour if the whole tour is too long. It does, however, necessitate some crossover days as tour participants are leaving and joining tours in progress and a possible change of tour ...

  18. New England / Canada Cruise

    Book Now. Come join us this fall foliage tour season on a beautiful three star combine motorcoach and cruise tour package of New England and Nova Scotia, Canada aboard the beautiful Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines "Brilliance of the Seas" cruise ship. Two Fall Foliage Tour Dates To Choose From: 10 Nights / 11 Days - Cruise Thursday to Sunday.

  19. Nova Scotia Tours & Escorted Tours

    Nova Scotia tours from Tauck take you to the picturesque Prince Edward Island, Halifax and more. To learn more about this exciting travel option visit ... New England Fall Foliage Tours; Featured Tours. Grand New England . Grand Australia & New Zealand. Spain and Portugal. Canadian Rockies & Glacier National Park. 01 12

  20. Nova Scotia Bus Tour for 2024

    Tour Nova Scotia by Bus. Experience the beauty of Canada's Maritime provinces on this group bus tour to Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Acadia National Park! Your trip will start with a Guided Tour of the rocky headlands of Acadia National Park in Maine before going on to a stay in Nova Scotia, including a guided tour of ...

  21. NOVA SCOTIA and Prince Edward Island

    Insurance. A truly beautiful maritime adventure featuring a complete tour of Nova Scotia to include Halifax and the spectacular Cabot Trail, gorgeous Prince Edward Island, St. Andrews-by-the-Sea and much more! Read thru the itinerary and see why this is considered one of North America's Top Scenic Destinations!

  22. 16 things to know before visiting Nova Scotia, Canada

    The standard tip at Nova Scotia restaurants is 15%. There's no need to go higher than that, but do remember that many servers are paid minimum wage. 10. Place names can be tricky to get right. Expect strange, hard-to-pronounce place names in Nova Scotia, many with Mi'kmaw, French or Gaelic roots.

  23. 9 Day Tour of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island

    9 Day New Brunswick, Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island Eastern Canada: Halifax, Cape Breton Island, Peggy's Cove & more - $2299 from $1699 (Land Only) with code: TZWNVP Promotion not valid on existing reservations Lead Price Travel Dates: Jul 30, Sep 3, 10 '24 Promo Valid for Departures: Jun - Sep 2024 | Jun - Sep 2025. The Deal Includes

  24. Plan Your Trip to Nova Scotia

    Find all the helpful info you need to plan your visit to Nova Scotia, Canada. Discover the top things to see and do, along with unique experiences.

  25. New England has some of the top-ranked fishing, biking, kayaking tours

    The post New England has some of the top-ranked fishing, biking, kayaking tours in the U.S. appeared first on ... with additional tour offerings in Quebec, Nova Scotia, and Europe." ...

  26. Travel to Nova Scotia by train

    New Glasgow. Visit the largest town in Pictou County, which is an entry point into the majestic territories of northern and eastern Nova Scotia. Attend a show at the Glasgow Square Theater. Every year, this outdoor amphitheater welcomes the Jubilee, a three-day festival featuring some of the greatest names in Canadian and East Coast music.

  27. Walking among the Ancients: Honouring a rare old-growth forest

    Naturalist Peter Rompkey stands in front of an estimated 300-year-old Yellow Birch hardwood tree in Nova Scotia. As indicated by its large, octopus leg-like roots above the ground, it probably ...