Maritime Provinces 5 Days

Moncton, Magnetic Hill, Hopewell Rocks, Shediac, PEI, Charlottetown, Anne of Green Gables, Halifax, Peggy’s Cove, Citade

1 Montreal- Edmunston –St.John---- In the early morning, We appreciate the beautiful landscapes along the St-Lawrence’s banks. Our destination Edmundston is located in the Appalachian Mountains, at the confluence of the Saint John River and the Madawaska River, in the center of Madawaska. Upon arrival, we visit the Hartland Bridge, the world’s longest covered bridge, and declared a National Historic Site in 1980 and Provincial Historic Site in 1999. Like all covered bridges in New Brunswick, it is a bridge of love. Lunch in Edmunsdston. Afterwards visit to the Covered Bridge Chips Factory, where old kettle-style potato chips are manufactured. Each batch is cooked in the traditional manner, with care, one at a time, to ensure the best flavor and texture. Then visit to one of the seven marine wonders in the world: the Reversing Falls, a series of rapids on the Saint John River where the river runs through a narrow gorge before emptying into the Bay of Fundy in the city center. (Hotel in St. John)

2 St.John-Moncton-Halifax ---- After breakfast visit to the Hopewell Rocks, a place to appreciate a remarkable story interwoven through time, tide, and the intricacies of nature. These are the highest tides in the world, happening twice a day. Then lunch in Moncton. Afterwards visit to Halifax Citadel, the large hill overlooking the easily defended harbor below that led the British military to found the town there in 1749. Its distinctive star shape is typical of many 19th century forts built by the British military and gave the garrison sweeping arcs of fire. Then we go to Halifax Harbor Hopper for an amphibious tour of downtown Halifax and the historic sites of interest on land then dive into Halifax Harbor while listening to the historical stories and highlights about Halifax. Then Lobster dinner at Halifax Harbor (including seafood chowder, salad served with mashed potato, mussels, 1 lobster, dessert, tea or coffee). (Hotel in Dartmouth)

3 Halifax - P.E.I ---- After breakfast visit to Peggy’s Cove, a small rural community located on the eastern shore of St. Margaret’s Bay in Nova Scotia. It is a famous tourist destination for its rocks, lighthouses and seascapes. It is only 1 km away from the memorial to commemorate the victims of the Swissair Flight 111 disaster, which saw the aircraft crash into St. Margarets Bay on Sep. 2 1998. After lunch, visit to Green Gables, which earned a worldwide reputation as a place that inspired Lucy Maud Montgomery of her novel. Afterwards we go to the Cavendish Beach, a quiet, clean and well maintained beach. The sand is beautiful red. Then we have lobster dinner (including chowder, served with a salad of potato puree, mussels, 1 lobster, dessert, tea or coffee). (Hotel in Summerside)

4 P.E.I - New Brunswick---- After breakfast we go to Charlottetown, both the largest city on and the provincial capital of Prince Edward Island. Then visit to Province House where the Prince Edward Island Legislature, known as the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island, has met since 1847. It is Canada's second-oldest seat of government and declared a National Historic Site on Oct. 26 1966. Then pass of the Confederation Bridge, which connects P. E. I. and New Brunswick. 12.9 km is the longest bridge in the world overlooking the ice-covered waters. Fifteen years after its construction, it remains one of the greatest engineering achievements of the 20th century. Then buffet lunch in Moncton. Afterwards visit to the Magnetic Hill which is a natural attraction located northwest of Moncton. It is a half-kilometer long uncoated road giving the optical illusion that cars and ditch water go up the hill. Then visit to the world’s largest statue of lobster in Shediac. It is an impressive structure of 11 m long and 5 m high, and weighs 90 tons. Then 40 minutes for shopping before going to hotel. (Hotel in Bathurst)

5 Bathurst - Rivière-du-Loup - Montreal ---- After breakfast we head for Rivière-du-Loup to take a cruise of 4 hours long to admire extraordinary species, whales and belugas. Free time for lunch in Rivière-du-Loup. We will arrive in Brossard around 9:15 PM and in Montreal around 9:30 PM


Price includes: English and Chinese Guide; Transportation with Deluxe Coach and 4 nights hotel; Taxes.

Price excludes:
* Service charge for Driver &guide: $35 / Child(0-12) $25
* Admission: $60 / Child $47
* Harbor-Hopper: $37/ Child(5-12) $19 / Child(-5yrs) $9
* Whale Watching: $75 / Child(6-12) $45
* Travel insurance
* Meals

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