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ESCORTED MOTORCOACH TOURS FERRY FROM MAINE TO NOVA SCOTIA & PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

HOME : Nova Scotia Escorted Motorcoach Packages : Escorted Motorcoach - Portland, Maine Ferry and Nova Scotia - (Departs Sundays)Nova Scotia vacation package including Halifax and the scenic coastline with whale watching and a car rental for 5-7 Nights.Nova Scotia vacation package including Halifax and the scenic coastline with whale watching and a car rental for 5-7 Nights.Nova Scotia vacation package including Halifax and the scenic coastline with whale watching and a car rental for 5-7 Nights.

 
Taste Maritimes Motorcoach From Portland : 8 Days /7 nights $2,759 CAD or $2,245 USD p/p Double
 
 HIGHLIGHTS:  
Take the CAT hi-speed ferry from Portland, Maine to Nova Scotia and get a taste of Canada’s Maritime Provinces on this delightful tour of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. Explore historic Halifax, picturesque Peggy's Cove and Anne of Green Gables in PEI. Marvel at the “highest tides in the world” in the majestic Bay of Fundy. Visit national historic sites and sample succulent seafood, including a lobster feast, during your 7-day adventure.
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Nova Scotia beach look-off along the Bay of Fundy
Departs Portland, ME Ferry - Sundays:
June 21 - Oct. 4
PRICES Per Person - Sharing A Room (+ tax):
CAD $
USD $
Single
$3,569
$2,905
Double
$2,759
$2,245
Triple
$2,499
$2,035
Quad
$2,519
$2,055
(* 2-4 adults per room - Taxes extra)
*Value Departure June 7 : (less $40-130 p/p)
      
- Extra nights can be added - combined with other packages.
Tour Includes:
  • Round trip high speed CAT ferry from Portland, Maine
  • 7 Nights Preferred Accommodations
  • Motorcoach Travel with Local Tour Guide
  • 12 Meals - Including A Lobster Dinner
    (4 breakfasts, 2 lunch, 2 dinners)
  • Halifax, Annapolis Valley, Grand Pre, New Brunswick Tides, Prince Edward Island, Anne of Green Gables, Cape Breton Highlands Cabot Trail, Fortress of Louisbourg
  • Whale Watching Boat Tour
  • Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island & PEI Ferry Back to Nova Scoti
    Accommodation Included Meals Suggested 
 
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TOUR ITINERARY:
 
DAY 1, SUNDAYS: Portland, Maine to Digby, Nova Scotia : Depart Portland, Maine at 8 am for Yarmouth, Nova Scotia (5.5 hour ferry) where you will be met and transferred by van to Digby. The motorcoach group would be coming from Halifax and arriving about 5 pm. Overnight at The Pines Resort over looking the Bay of Fundy - home of the world's highest tides. (Dinner)
 
DAY 2, MONDAY: Digby - Moncton  
: Your journey takes you through the lush Annapolis Valley and on to Grand Pre where fact and fiction blend to reveal the romance of the Land of Evangeline. Continue past the communities of Truro and Amherst as you cross into New Brunswick, spending the night in the bilingual city of Moncton. (Breakfast)

DAY 3, TUESDAY: Moncton – Charlottetown  :
Your guided tour continues to Hopewell Rocks where you may walk on the ocean floor at low tide. After lunch, cross to Prince Edward Island on Confederation Bridge, the world's longest continuous multi-span bridge, and enjoy a delicious lobster supper (meat alternative available) before checking in to your Charlottetown accommodations for the next two nights. (Breakfast, Dinner)
 
DAY 4, WEDNESDAY: Prince Edward Island touring : Enjoy a free morning in Charlottetown. (If you prefer not to join us on this afternoon tour, enjoy a free day at leisure or perhaps play a local golf course.) Your included afternoon tour begins with a tour of Charlottetown, Canada's Birthplace, then visiting the red sandstone cliffs, white beaches, gently sloping sand dunes and green fields of Prince Edward Island National Park. Lucy Maud Montgomery describes the scenery in her “Anne of Green Gables” books. Visit the home of “Green Gables”, a Mecca for people from around the globe. (Breakfast, Lunch)


DAY 5, THURSDAY: Charlottetown – Baddeck : Take the ferry to Nova Scotia, and then proceed to Cape Breton Island - “the Scotland of North America.” Visit the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site in Baddeck to marvel at the many accomplishments of this genius. Spend two nights at a charming lakeside resort in the heart of Baddeck. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 6, FRIDAY: Cabot Trail Touring :(If you prefer not to join us on this day-tour, enjoy a free day at leisure or perhaps play a local golf course.) You're off to experience one of the prettiest drives in North America, the Cabot Trail. Cape Breton Highlands National Park is next, as you wind along this ribbon of highway, where the mountains meet the sea. The vistas abound as you travel over the flat-topped mountains. During your journey, enjoy a whale watching boat tour (weather permitting). Tonight there is a “Farewell” dinner. (Breakfast, Picnic Lunch, Dinner)
 
DAY 7, SATURDAY: Baddeck - Halifax
: The Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site awaits you. This reconstruction recreates one-fifth of the town of 1744 - words will not do justice to the scope of this tribute to New France. Roam the streets talking with some of the costumed guides who remain in character, or sample the sustenance of the era. Your tour continues along the shores of Bras d'Or to the mainland. Overnight at the Citadel Halifax Hotel. (Breakfast)
 
DAY 8, FRIDAY: Halifax to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia :
 
You will have free morning to explore - perhaps take the Gray Line Deluxe Historic Halifax City Tour. In the afternoon, travel on scheduled transportation to Yarmouth where you will spend the night.

( More nights and activities available for add on before or after the tour)

 
Nova Scotia beach look-off along the Bay of Fundy


 

 
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