Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick

Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick

Anne of Green Gables, PEI

Cavendish Beach, PEI

Reversing Falls, New Brunswick

Rita's Tea Room, Nova Scotia

Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia

Atlantic Canada and Newfoundland

DEPARTURE: Leave from any city.  Join group in Halifax.

Begin your journey by exploring historical Halifax and scenic Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia. Stop at Hopewell Cape the location of the highest tides in the world, view the Reversing Falls, visit St. Andrews by the Sea and experience Magnetic Hill in New Brunswick. Cross Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island where you find miles of beaches and the best lobster dinners. Return to Nova Scotia by ferry and drive along the coast to Cape Breton Island. Travel the scenic Cabot Trail, visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum and see the Fortress of Louisbourg before boarding the ferry to Newfoundland. Follow the Viking Trail to Gros Morne National Park, a World Heritage Site and a land of magnificent fjord-like lakes and grand vistas. Your journey continues across the heart of the island. Visit the interesting town of Trinity and Cable Station Provincial Historic Site at Heart’s Content as you journey to the capital, St. John’s.

  • * Preferred Date
  • 15 days      *Sept 9th, 2018
  • 16 days     Includes a free day in Charlottetown
  •             *September 5. 2018 | September 7, 2018
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  • Canada East
  • Flight
  • Passport Not Required
1

Home Cities to Halifax

(2 nights) Your Exciting Holiday begins as you board your jet and fly to Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia. Upon arrival,
transfer independently to the centrally-located Hampton Inn where you have been pre-registered for two nights. Complimentary AIRPORT TRANSFER is provided. This evening features an informal WELCOME RECEPTION.

2

Halifax

This morning a GUIDED TOUR including the historic CITADEL introduces you to Atlantic Canada’s largest city. Later, enjoy an interesting visit to PIER 21 – Canada’s Immigration Museum, where you have a chance to research the arrival of your ancestors to this beautiful country. Pier 21 was the entry point for 1.5 million immigrants, war brides, displaced people, evacuee children and Canadian military personnel from 1928-1971. The call of the ocean and the beauty of the sea will lure you to PEGGY’S COVE for a late afternoon visit and optional meal. With its lighthouse sitting on a massive granite ledge, this cove is a mecca for artists and photographers. Return to Halifax for overnight.

3

Halifax to Saint John

This morning enjoy a tour of the ANNE MURRAY CENTRE in Springhill, Nova Scotia, hometown of Canada’s famous “snowbird”. Enter New Brunswick and stop at HOPEWELL CAPE, the location of the highest tides in the world. View the Flower Pot Rocks carved by the Fundy tides. These peculiar formations are forested islands at high tide and resemble flower pots at low tide. Travel through FUNDY NATIONAL PARK and arrive in Canada’s Loyalist City, Saint John for overnight.

4

Saint John to Frederiction

This morning view the REVERSING FALLS where the Bay of Fundy tides force the Saint John River to reverse direction. Travel to
ST. ANDREWS BY THE SEA, for a visit to Canada’s first seaside resort. Stroll through the historic streets and shop for andicrafts and woollens. Also view a number of homes steeped in the history of the area. Continue to Fredericton for overnight.

5

Fredericton to Halifax

(2 nights) Your morning drive through the rolling hills and dairy region of New Brunswick brings you to MAGNETIC HILL in Moncton where vehicles coast uphill, or seem to! Visit the fishing village of SHEDIAC for a photo opportunity with the WORLD’S LARGEST LOBSTER. Cross the Northumberland Strait arriving on Prince Edward Island via CONFEDERATION BRIDGE. This fixed crossing replaced the ferries which had been the main mode of transportation for almost a century. Tonight experience a true “island” tradition as our guests at a HOSTED LOBSTER DINNER (meal option available).

6

Charlottetown

With a LOCAL GUIDE see the UNIQUE SIGHTS OF THE ISLAND including ANNE OF GREEN GABLES, CAVENDISH BEACH and Charlottetown . This evening you may choose to enjoy an optional theatre performance (the Anne of Green Gables performance is available during the summer months only).

7

Charlottetown to Baddeck

(3 nights) Travel to Wood Islands to board the FERRY to Caribou on the Nova Scotia mainland. Drive across the Strait of Canso –
the deepest causeway in the world onto Cape Breton Island. Continue to the resort town of Baddeck nestled on the shore of Bras d’Or Lakes for a three-night stay. Prior to arriving at your hotel, visit the ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL MUSEUM to see the many exhibits of this famous inventor who spent much of his life on Cape Breton Island.

8

Baddeck

The spectacular scenery of Cape Breton Island unfolds during a circle tour of the CABOT TRAIL. Enjoy picture stops and a PICNIC LUNCH as you travel through CAPE BRETON HIGHLANDS NATIONAL PARK with its coastal mountain peaks, quaint seaports and rugged coastlines.

9

Baddeck

Step back in time to the year 1744 and experience the French FORTRESS OF LOUISBOURG. This National Historic Site is one of the largest reconstructions in North America. This afternoon enjoy a visit to Singer/Songwriter RITA MACNEIL’S TEA ROOM in Big Pond. Enjoy a DRIVING TOUR of Sydney on the way back to Baddeck for overnight.

10

Baddeck via Ferry to Corner Brook

Board the MARINE ATLANTIC FERRY at North Sydney for a six-hour crossing to Newfoundland. Dock at Port Aux Basques and continue to Corner Brook.

11

Corner Brook to Gander

Travel north to GROS MORNE NATIONAL PARK, designated a World Heritage Site. Discover some of the world’s most spectacular scenery. The steep cliffs, deep lakes and quaint fishing villages are a photographer’s dream. Tour the park’s DISCOVERY CENTRE overlooking spectacular Bonne Bay and enjoy an optional lunch in Woody Point. Continue to Gander to visit the SILENT WITNESS MEMORIAL. During World War II, Gander became an important refueling stop for military aircraft
crossing the Atlantic as well as a base for the coastal patrol.

12

Gander to Bonavista to Clarenville

This morning we leave the Trans-Canada Highway and travel east to the interesting town of BONAVISTA. Visit Provincial Historic sites which interpret the history of the fishery and its impact on early life in this province. Enjoy lunch in a beautiful waterfront setting before travelling through the most easterly of Canada’s national parks, TERRA NOVA NATIONAL PARK, on the way to Clarenville for overnight. This evening you are treated to a SCREECHIN CEREMONY, the traditional “Newfoundland
Welcome”.

13

Clarenville to St. John’s

(2 nights) Continue on the Trans-Canada Highway and travel east to the Avalon Peninsula. Drive through Heart’s Delight and Heart’s Desire to the small town of Heart’s Content. Visit the Heart’s Content CABLE STATION PROVINCIAL HISTORIC SITE, where the first trans-atlantic cable was landed in 1866. Then travel through the villages of Carbonear and Harbour Grace to St. John’s, the provincial capital, for a two-night stay. Drive the Avalon Peninsula to CAPE SPEAR, home of the oldest lighthouse in the province and the most easterly point on the continent. From here you are closer to the British Isles than from anywhere
else in North America

14

St. John’s

This morning a GUIDED CITY TOUR will introduce you to one of the oldest European settlements in North America. The rest of the day is free to shop and sightsee on your own. This evening we invite you to a HOSTED FAREWELL DINNER, the perfect finale to a memorable touring adventure.

15

St. John’s to Home

Your journey comes to an end. Arrival time at St. John’s Airport is planned for 11:00 a.m. to allow for early afternoon flights.

Included in Your Holiday

  • First class transportation on an air-conditioned, washroom-equipped motorcoach
  • Quality accommodations and taxes
  • Services of an experienced Tour Director and Driver
  • Baggage handling, one average piece per person
  • Traveller’s Handbook
  • Admission to attractions and sightseeing as outlined in the itinerary
  • Ferry crossings as indicated
  • Airport transfer in Halifax and at a designated time in St. John’s
  • Welcome Reception
  • The Citadel
  • Pier 21
  • Peggy’s Cove
  • Anne Murray Centre
  • Hopewell Cape
  • Fundy National Park
  • Reversing Falls
  • St. Andrews by the Sea
  • Magnetic Hill
  • World’s largest lobster at Shediac
  • Confederation Bridge
  • Lobster Dinner
  • Guided Tour of Prince Edward Island including: Anne of Green Gables, Cavendish Beach, Charlottetown
  • Alexander Graham Bell Museum
  • Cabot Trail
  • Picnic Lunch
  • Cape Breton Highlands National Park
  • Fortress of Louisbourg
  • Rita MacNeil’s Tea Room
  • Driving Tour of Sydney area
  • Gros Morne National Park
  • Discovery Centre
  • Silent Witness Memorial
  • Bonavista
  • Terra Nova National Park
  • Screech-in Ceremony
  • Cable Station Provincial Historic Site
  • Cape Spear
  • Farewell Dinner
  • Locally Guided City Tours as outlined in the itinerary: Halifax, Charlottetown and area, St. John’s
  • Meals Include: 8 Continental Breakfasts, 1 Picnic Lunch on Cabot Trail, 4 Dinners including Lobster Dinner, Dinner before Screech-In Ceremony and Farewell Dinner.

Pricing

Cost per person | Prices in Canadian Dollars from Halifax | Prices subject to change | Land portion only | Airfare and air tax are not included | Consult Nagel Tours or your travel agent for the best available airfare | Air ticketing is not advised until tour is guaranteed

Quad – 15 Days

$2,769.00

GST: $138.45

Triple – 15 Day

$2,949.00

GST: $147.45

Twin – 15 Day

$3,279.00

GST: $163.95

Single – 15 Day

$4,459.00

GST: $222.95

Early Booking Discount

twin sharing per person.

$66.00

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