Seeing the Bay of Fundy, home of the world’s highest tides, is an experience like no other. During low tide, you can walk among the towering ‘flowerpot’ rock formations carved by tidal erosion at Hopewell Rocks. During high tide, it’s possible to see whales from the shore. Oh, and it has 300 million-year-old dinosaur fossils too.. Visit the World Heritage listed town of Lunenburg. Its picturesque crayon-coloured wood houses not only make the Old Town the best surviving example of a British colonial town in North America, it makes it incredibly photogenic. Don’t forget your camera.. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the east coast visiting five national and provincial parks: Prince Edward Island National Park, Caribou-Munroes Island Provincial Park, Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Gros Morne National Park and Terra Nova National Park.. Take in jaw-dropping views of steep cliffs and deep river canyons in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, then walk the earth’s red mantle in Newfoundland’s World Heritage designated national park, Gros Morne.
The fresh ocean mist that permeates the air of quaint towns lined with colourful British colonial architecture; the smell of freshly caught seafood as you stroll scenic boardwalks in Halifax or Charlottetown; hundreds of picture-perfect lighthouses perched on rocky outposts – Eastern Canada is like nowhere else in the world. This trip takes you to some of the east coast’s prettiest towns, best attractions and incredible national and provincial parks. See the phenomenal Bay of Fundy in action; spend time exploring pristine landscapes at a number of national and provincial parks, including Gros Morne and Cape Breton Highlands National Parks; and visit some of the oldest towns in North America. Add a hearty does of quaint Atlantic charm for a trip that will stay with you long after you’ve left Canada’s beautiful Atlantic provinces.