Rich in Canadian heritage and natural beauty.

About the Destination

To truly understand Canadian history, take a close look at the Atlantic region. Examine the giant Flowerpot Rocks at the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, or visit the interactive exhibits of Pier 21, Canada’s front door for immigrants, refugees and soldiers.

Get a taste of the quaint Maritime hospitality on the coast of Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia, or bike the beautiful scenic route of The Cabot Trail. Explore the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site, and eat the freshest lobster you’ll ever taste!

Newfoundland has no shortage of excitement itself, from whale watching to hiking the East Coast Trail. Tour the Cradle of Confederation, Canada’s only island province, Prince Edward Island, distinguished by its red soil and sand and home to Anne of Green Gables. Rich in heritage and natural beauty, the Maritime Provinces and Newfoundland have shaped our country into what it is today.

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