After arrival at the airport of Halifax, pick up of the rental car and drive to the hotel. Accommodation: Lord Nelson Hotel.
A full day for a visit to the city, with the Old Clock and the Citadel, the picturesque water front with the Historic Properties, nice shops and restaurants, ... Lodgings.
This morning you drive to the picturesque Peggy's Cove, the hotspot for painters and photographers. Then drive to Mahone Bay, to enjoy a long walk along the water front and to Lunenburg, one of the World Heritage Sites from UNESCO. The Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic cannot be missed. Back to Halifax for lodgings.
Today, you follow the ridged, eastern coastal region to Martinique Beach - a trail of bays, islands and clear water. In the Musquodoboit Railway Museum, you relive Nova Scotias glory days and in Sherbrook Village, you will be charmed by the typical 19th century fishing village. Lodgings in Liscomb Mills.
The day starts with a relaxing drive to Port Hawkesbury and then you drive via the banks of the Bras d'Or - lake, to Sydney. Time to discover the city. Lodgings: Cambridge Suites Sydney or similar.
Do not forget to plan a visit to the Fortress of Louisburg, an immense fortification, build by the French in 18th century. The complex is part of a restauration project to renovate all buildings, gardens and streets to its former glory. By the end of the day, you reach Baddeck, known for the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, the inventor of the telephone.
On the beautiful Cape Breton Island, you can follow the Cabot Trail to the wide Highlands National Park, a blunt nature reserve. This picturesque route winds, passing lots of wondeful places in and around the park and offers a spectacular view on the coast line. If you fancy untouched nature, you definitely need to pay an extra visit to the nature reserve of Cape Breton. In Cheticamp, you can participate in an optional whale observation trip and encounter the traditional crafts. Back to Baddeck for lodgings.
You will discover the region full of Scottish history and traditions. Plan a stop at Antigonisch and visit the 'Room of the Clans' in the local university library. Follow the coast to Cape George, where you can spot the surrounding islands on sunny and bright days. Accommodation: Pictou Lodge or Evening Sail B&B or similar.
The ferry you embark this mornings, sets sail to Wood Islands. Make sure to make a stop at Northumberland Provinial Park befor driving via quiet, little streets tot Charlotteville. In the capital of this little province, the following are worth a visit: Province House, the Confederation Centre of Arts, the Saint Dunstan’s Basilica and the old city center.
Before driving to the Prince Edward Island National Park, you make a stop at Fort Amherst-Port-la-Joye National Site, situated in the south of the city. In Cavendish, you can visit the Green Gables House, known from the books by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Back to Charlottetown for lodgings.
Via the impressive Confederation Bridge, you reach Moncton - New Brunswick. Discover the interesting history of the Acadians and visit the Magnetic Hill, one of the most visited attraction parks of Canada.
Today, you drive trough the wonderful Fundy National Park to Hopewell Cape, with originally scaped rock formation by erosion of the wind en sea. To St. John to discover the old city center with lots of historical buildings, shops and restaurants, all witnesses of a rich history in trading. An interesting highlight near the city is the Bay of Fundy with the Reversing Falls Rapids. These are not water falls, but wide rapids, which 'turn' two times per day. Lodgings for two days in hotel Delta or similar.
From the Carleton Martello Tower and the Fort Howe Lookout, you get a wonderful view over town. Do not forget to make a trip to the southwest corner of this province, to discover the charm of the amazing town of St. Andrews, with elegant, old houses and several interesting musea. Off the coast are numerous islands spread and on the Campobello Island, you can visit the former mansion of Franklin Roosevelt.
The ferry takes you to Digby in Nova Scotia (Ticket for car and passengers included). From Digby, you travel east to Annapolis Royal, founded by the Europeans in 1605. Via the picturesqie Evangeline Trail to Wolfsville and visit the Grand Pré National Historic Site. This trip ends in Halifax, with a stay in hotel Atlantica.
|Rooms||01.07.20 - 31.08.20||01.09.20 - 30.09.20|
|2X DOUBLE ROOMS + 1 RENTALCAR (K2X2D)||1545||1485|
|DOUBLE ROOM 1 BED (K21)||1718||1598|
|QUADRUPLE ROOM 2 BEDS (K42)||1084||1024|
|TRIPLE ROOM 2 BEDS (K32)||1271||1191|
|SINGLE ROOM (K11)||3349||3111|
|Children in parents room (DACHD12)||74||74|
|Children in parents room 12 - 17 (DACHD18)||319||318|
|Alamo Suppl. Gold - per car 12 - 17 (DALGOLD)||76||76|
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