Walk on the ocean floor in New Brunswick. Take the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia. Stroll along the soft sands of Prince Edward Island. Discover North America’s oldest city; just one of the many secrets of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Extraordinary experiences make holidays unforgettable, and give you a stock of dinner party stories that will delight your friends. Nova Scotia and New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy will provide you with a great example. Home to the highest tides in the world, you can kayak in a sea 16 metres deep and then, six hours later, walk across the floor of the ocean.
But there’s more. Canada’s Atlantic coastline comprises the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador. Together they make your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Canada a spectacular experience. Thousands of humpback whales crashing through the waters off Newfoundland and Labrador, for example, accompanied by the screams of literally millions of seabirds. It’s quite a sight. It’s also a complete contrast to the serene, white sand beaches you’ll find fringing the lovely Prince Edward Island; the perfect places to beachcomb for bounty from the Gulf of St Lawrence.
Nova Scotia, of course, has its own appeal. Here the Cabot Trail – named after the famous navigator and explorer – will set you a course that winds around the soaring heights, the plunging cliffs and the panoramic seascapes of beautiful Cape Breton Island.
** There is short flight, direct air access to Atlantic Canada via Newfoundland and Labrador, Halifax, Nova Scotia and St John's.