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OAK ISLAND & PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND - 4 DAYS
 
4 Days from approx $1,263 CAD  
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Overnight in the Oak Island area and learn of the treasure hunters that have ventured to Nova Scotia for hundreds of years before heading to Prince Edward Island for a two-night stay. The red cliffs, white beaches, gently sloping sand dunes and green fields of Canada’s smallest province awaits!

Day 1: Halifax, NS to Oak Island, NS
Discover the rustic charm of the renowned fishing village of Peggy's Cove where we will enjoy breakfast. Travel Nova Scotia's South Shore and on to the UNESCO World Heritage Town of Lunenburg, renowned for her fleets 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. We are then off to postcard-perfect Mahone Bay where a trinity of 19th century-built churches represents an iconic cultural landscape of Nova Scotia. Enjoy some free time to stroll through the town and chat with the welcoming locals who have been known to share superstitions, legends and fables that date back to the rum-running days. Arrive in Western Shore for the night and learn of legendary Oak Island - home of the world's longest running hunt for lost treasure. We overnight at a peaceful and serene ocean-side resort. (B, D)
Atlantica Hotel & Marina Oak Island - Western Shore, Nova Scotia


Day 2: Oak Island, NS to Charlottetown, PE
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 Glooscap Heritage Centre & Mi'kmaq Museum. Experience true Maritime hospitality this evening at a traditional Prince Edward Island lobster supper before checking into our Charlottetown accommodations for a two-night stay. (B, D)
Rodd Charlottetown - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Day 3: Prince Edward Island Touring
Enjoy a free morning in Charlottetown, Canada birthplace, or join a complimentary walking tour of the city. This afternoon, we drive by red cliffs, white beaches, gently sloping sand dunes and green fields as we make our way to Prince Edward Island National Park. Before returning to Charlottetown, we visit Green Gables Heritage Site, the alluring inspiration of Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic Anne of Green Gables books. We take in a theatre performance this evening by local entertainers at the Confederation Centre of the Arts (a substitution activity may be necessary due to the theatre schedule.) (B)
Rodd Charlottetown - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Day 4: Charlottetown, PE to Halifax, NS
Ferry over the Northumberland Strait back to Nova Scotia where our tour ends at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport. (B)
Ask us about adding on the Bay of Fundy or Cape Breton Island.

Highlights
Atlantic Canadian Tour Director or Driver Guide
Modern Touring Vehicle
Peggy's Cove
Lunenburg - a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic
Glooscap Heritage Center & Mi'kmaq Museum
Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island
Anne of Green Gables Heritage Place
Prince Edward Island National Park
Ferry from Prince Edward Island to Nova Scotia
3 Night's accommodation including a two-night stay
6 Meals including a lobster dinners

Departure Dates: 
June to October

Prices
From approx $1,263 CAD per person based on double occupancy
Departures within the seasons will determine the price


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