Atlantic Canada

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Atlantic Canada

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Together, the provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island boast Canada’s most spectacular coastline with an abundance of amazing experiences waiting for you to enjoy. Check out Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada's easternmost province, where you can go whale watching, cruise through the "Seabird Capital of North America," and explore North America's only authenticated Viking settlement. Spend time in Nova Scotia exploring the iconic lighthouse at Peggy's Cove, the scenic Cabot Trail, and the many national historic sites.  Prince Edward Island, ideal for beachcombers, birdwatchers, and home to vibrant Charlottetown, and the farmhouse from literature's famous novel, Anne of Green Gables. Drive across the Confederation Bridge to New Brunswick, take in the sites at Hopewell Rocks, where the highest tides in the world happen twice a day, sail out of Canada’s oldest seaside resort town, Saint Andrews By-The-Sea on a whale watching tour and drive across the sea floor at low tide to visit Ministers Island.  Come discover the compelling beauty of Atlantic Canada, where locals welcome you with open arms, culture so rich you can’t help but be inspired as you enjoy epic breathtaking vistas along the way!

calendar icon 23 Days    location icon 1 Country     meal icon 30 Meals


Day 16

Day 1 – Home City to Deer Lake

Welcome to Newfoundland! Transfer to your hotel is included.

Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse

Day 2 – Deer Lake to Plum Point

Depart for Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with visits to the Discovery Centre and Broom Point. Travel by water taxi from Woody Point to Norris Point on way to Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse, offering a great view of Bonne Bay and the surrounding mountains. Then head north for a good ole Newfoundland ‘Mug Up’ at our home for the night in Plum Point. 

L’Anse aux Meadows

Day 3 – Plum Point to St. Anthony

Depart Plum Point for L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site. This was the home of Leif the Lucky and the Viking people who settled here. Tour the reconstructed sod huts as animators recreate daily life at the site.  Arriving in St. Anthony, a small town on the northern reaches of the Great Northern Peninsula, visit the Grenfell home and the Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital to view the Jordi Bonet Murals. The murals tell the story of the Grenfell Mission named for famous medical missionary Sir Wilfred Grenfell. Dinner tonight will be a Viking Feast in a replica of Leif the Lucky’s home.

Red Bay

Day 4 – St. Anthony to L'Anse-au-Clair

Ride the ferry through Iceberg Alley making way to Labrador. With an opportunity to marvel at the sight of majestic icebergs and breaching whales. Visit Red Bay National Historic Site, World Whaling Capital, A.D.1550-1600. At the Visitor Centre, experienced guides will interpret the Basque whaling activity in the area during the 16th century. 

Point Armour Lighthouse

Day 5 – L'Anse-au-Clair to Rocky Harbour

A visit to Point Amour Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site, if you’re up to the challenge, climb the 122 steps to the top of this castle-like structure, the tallest lighthouse in Atlantic Canada.  Saying good-bye to Labrador as you board the ferry back to Newfoundland. Stop at Arches Provincial Park, to view a natural rock archway created by eons of tidal action.  Arriving in Rocky Harbour, check into your hotel for a two-night stay!

Anchors Aweigh Show

Day 6 – Rocky Harbour

A relaxing day to explore the area on your own.  Visit the local craft shops and restaurants of Rocky Harbour or get out and explore.  You might enjoy a boat tour on Western Brook Pond, a landlocked fjord carved by glaciers, and home to dramatic cliffs, plenty of waterfalls, and a serene lake. It offers a unique and awe-inspiring natural experience that you won't want to miss when exploring the rugged beauty of Newfoundland's west coast. Tonight, be prepared to tap your toes and sing along with a band of local musicians as they perform some of Newfoundland & Labradors lively, traditional songs at the popular Anchors Aweigh Show.

Atlantic Aviation Museum

Day 7 – Rocky Harbour to Gander

Depart this morning for Grand Falls-Windsor, visiting the Salmonid Interpretation Centre, a fabulous place to watch Atlantic salmon as they migrate to their spawning grounds. Then on to Gander, often called the “Crossroads of the World,” it has been an aviation town since the 1930s, visit the Atlantic Aviation Museum that tells the story.

Long Point Lighthouse

Day 8 – Gander to Clarenville

At Boyd’s Cove visit the Beothuk Interpretation Centre, tour the centre where exhibits and artifacts foster an appreciation for this unique, and now vanished culture. In Twillingate visit the Prime Berth Historic Fishing Village, learn the history and culture of the area by visiting this living history museum, and then on to Long Point Lighthouse built in 1876. Depart Twillingate for Clarenville and overnight.  Stopping en-route at Gambo, the birthplace of Joseph R. Smallwood, the first Premier of the province and one of the original “Fathers of Confederation”. Our stop includes Joey’s Lookout.


Day 9 – Clarenville

Today continue your journey to Trinity and Bonavista. Most of the old town of Trinity is a national heritage district, and there are several provincial historic sites to visit such as Hiscock House Provincial Historic Site, Lester Garland Premises Provincial Historic Site, Lester Garland House/Wessex Learning Centre, and St. Paul’s Anglican Church. While in Trinity stop by the Green Family Forge Blacksmith Museum, and the Trinity Museum and Archives as well as the Trinity Interpretation Centre.  Then travel back into history to the voyage of John Cabot. He sailed from England to Newfoundland landing at Cape Bonavista in 1497. One of the “must-sees” is Cape Bonavista Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site which has been restored to its original 1843 condition. Other stops include the monument to John Cabot located near the lighthouse, Ryan Premises National Historic Site – which includes the Bonavista Museum and the Dungeon Provincial Park, a collapsed sea cave.  A special treat this evening, an authentic Newfoundland Screech In.

Signal Hill

Day 10 – Clarenville to St. John's

Travel to St. John’s, the capital city, on the way visit Heart’s Content Cable station. Over 150 years ago, the first successful transatlantic telegraph cable was landed at Heart's Content, changing the way we communicate.  This little Newfoundland town leaped into the history books and remained a global communications hub for over a century. The cable station is a time capsule of the communications technology that connected us all right up to the 1960s.This afternoon enjoy a guided tour of the city including Signal Hill National Historic Site, Government House, Anglican Cathedral, and the Cape Spear National Historical Site.

St Johns

Day 11 – St. John's

Depart St. John’s for a boat tour of the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve.  Composed of four small islands, this reserve is one of nature's greatest wonders. Home to hundreds of thousands of seabirds that come to the islands to nest and raise their young. Humpback and Minke whales are known to frequent the water here and you might spot an iceberg or too!  Join your fellow travellers for dinner this evening.


Day 12 – St Johns to Halifax, NS

Transfer is included to the airport for your flight ($) to Halifax, upon arrival transfer to your hotel is included. Remainder of the day is yours to discover Halifax on your own.


Day 13 – Halifax, NS

Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lunenburg.  Starting with a guided walking tour of Lunenburg, then free time to explore the Fisheries of the Atlantic Museum on your own.

Peggy's Cove

Day 14 – Halifax, NS

This morning's city tour of historic Halifax includes a visit to the passenger gravesites of the ill-fated Titanic. After lunch, visit the Maritime Museum and then on to the most photographed village in Canada, Peggy’s Cove. Dinner is included this evening.

Rural Nova Scotia

Day 15 – Halifax to Sydney

Enroute to Sydney, travel through the rolling hills, fertile valleys, forests, rivers, and lakes of Nova Scotia, heading north to scenic Cape Breton Island.

Fort Louisbourg

Day 16 – Sydney to Fortress of Louisbourg and Return

A historic day trip to the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site. Where French soldiers march down the streets of town as ladies dance in formal parlours. Cannon fire shakes the ground as harpsichord tunes mingle with baking bread aromas drifting from the stone bakery. Step through Louisbourg's fortress walls and time-warp back to the 1700’s. Chat with fishermen, sailors, and servants. Watch lacemaking as stew simmers on an open-hearth fire. It’s so real, it seems surreal. Then visit Cape Breton’s Miners Museum. Browse the modern exhibits paying tribute to the region's long and rich history of coal mining. The museum is also home to the famous choir of miners 'The Men of the Deeps'. During your free time, perhaps enjoy a stroll through the historic village or opt to join a retired miner guide for an underground experience.

Cabot Trail

Day 17 – The Cabot Trail

Travel the breathtaking Cabot Trail today! The most photographed and scenic highway in Canada, there will be plenty of photo stops along the way. Visit the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, not your traditional museum, with manicured landscapes, vibrant gardens, and panoramic views of Baddeck Bay.

PEI Ferry

Day 18 – Sydney to Charlottetown, PEI

Travel by ferry across the Northumberland Strait to PEI and onto Charlottetown, your home, for the next two nights.

Anne of Green Gables

Day 19 – Charlottetown

Spend the day touring around Prince Edward Island with a local guide, including a city tour of vibrant Charlottetown. Of course, no tour of PEI would be complete without a visit to the Anne of Green Gables House. Enjoy a traditional PEI Lobster Dinner this evening. (Not a seafood lover, alternatives are available).

Hopewell Rocks

Day 20 – Charlottetown to Saint John, NB

Travelling to New Brunswick drive across the 13-km long Confederation Bridge. Stop at Hopewell Rocks, where the highest tides in the world occur, twice a day! Then experience rolling uphill at Magnetic Hill in Moncton, before heading to Saint John, home for the next three nights.

Jolly Breeze Tall Ship

Day 21 – Saint John to St. Andrews By-The-Sea And Return

Depart for St. Andrews By-The-Sea, a treasure trove of beautiful architecture, unparalleled scenery, and rich marine life. Enjoy a spectacular Whale Watching tour on the Jolly Breeze Tall Ship. Visit Ministers Island by driving across the sea floor at low tide and enjoy a guided tour of the Van Horne Estate while on the island.

Saint John

Day 22 – Saint John

Enjoy a city tour of Saint John in the morning, then visit the Reversing Falls. If the timing is right, witness this unique phenomenon created by the collision of the Bay of Fundy and the Saint John River, as the Bay's tides rise, they gradually reverse the flow of the river. Connect with your fellow travellers, Tour Director, and Bus Driver for a WestWorld Tours Farewell Dinner this evening.


Day 23 – Saint John to Home Cities

Sadly, all good things must come to an end. Transfer to the airport is included.

Dates & Pricing

Dates & Pricing
Date and Price Content
July 31, 2024 - August 22, 2024

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All prices are per person and include taxes and fees. Prices are in CAD

Not included in price:

  • Roundtrip Airfare from Home City
  • Airfare from St Johns to Halifax on Day 12
  • Gratuities for Tour Director and Driver
  • Meals and activities not specified in the itinerary
  • Any personal expenses
  • Travel Insurance
  • Pre or post tour arrangements

Important Information

Deposit: A deposit of $350 per person is due at the time of booking to secure your space. It is fully refundable up to 61 days prior to tour start date.

Final Payment: Is due 60 days prior to tour start date. Cancellation penalties will apply. See our Terms & Conditions for full details.

Tour Highlights

Tour Highlights

Multi-Night Stay

Sometimes a day just isn't enough to take in all a place has to offer. Enjoy Multi-night stay in St. John's, Clarenville, Rocky Harbour, Saint John, Halifax, Sydney & Charlottetown.

Meals Included

21 breakfasts, 1 picnic lunch and 8 dinners are included.

Atlantic Canada

Visit all of the Atlantic Canada provinces in one tour. 

City Tours

Enjoy in depth, locally guided City Tours of St. John's, Saint John, Halifax & Charlottetown.

Gros Morne National Park

Carved by colliding continents and relentless glaciers, the ancient landscape of Gros Morne is unlike any other.

L'Anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site

L’Anse aux Meadows is the only authenticated Norse site in North America and proof that Leif Erickson settled in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Viking Dinner & Show

Theatre and food are the heart of any culture, so to make sure you experience Viking culture at its best we will treat you to an authentic Viking meal with added entertainment.

Anchors Aweigh Show

No Newfoundland experience would be complete without the music and wit of a group of local performers, and Anchors Aweigh is the very best the Gros Morne region has to offer. 

Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse

Learn about life as a lighthouse keeper and what life is like along the cost at this century old lighthouse. You may even spot a whale or two.

The North Atlantic Aviation Museum

Discover the history of North Atlantic aviation.

Cape Bonavista Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site

Being one of the few lighthouses in the world where you can still ascend the staircase of the stone tower makes this historic site a premier spot to see puffins, whales, and icebergs.

Signal Hill National Historic Site

Hear their stories of British and French soldiers battling relentlessly to gain control of this strategic location and climb to iconic Cabot Tower and be overcome by spectacular views of St. John’s.

Prime Berth Historic Fishing Village

The 6th ranked museum in Canada makes for an excellent place to take in the history of the area.

Ryan Premises

Dive into the rich history of the Newfoundland cod fishery and the family that pioneered generations of success in the industry.

Witless Bay Ecological Reserve Whale & Puffin Tour

 Observe whales and puffins in their natural habitats.

Cape Spear National Historic Site

Cape Spear Lighthouse is the oldest surviving lighthouse in Canada and an iconic symbol of the provinces marine history.

Silent Witness Memorial

This tranquil park pays tribute to those who lost their lives in the 1985 Arrow Air Crash.

Screech In & Mug Up

Screech in and Mug up, is a traditional welcome ceremony for newcomers to the island. We won’t give away too many details on this sacred ceremony as to not ruin the surprise, but it involves a fish and locally made rum (Screech).

Hopewell Rocks

Home to the highest tides in the world, you will walk along the ocean floor, marvel at formations carved by tide and time, and explore caverns, all before the tides claim them for their own. 

St. Andrews By-The-Sea

From beautiful architecture to rich marine life, you will fall in love with this historic town and its turn-of-the-century charm.

Whale Watching

It’s a blow hole, it’s a fish, no, it’s a whale! Climb aboard New Brunswick’s most beautiful Tall Sip and keep your eyes peeled as we cruise the infamous Bay of Fundy.

Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site

Step back in time and explore the colonial history of Nova Scotia.

Ministers Island

We will drive across the ocean floor to explore this enchanting island.

Lunenburg, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Lunenburg is known for its unique architecture, picturesque waterfront, and long, proud seafaring history.

Magnetic Hill

Don’t let your eyes fool you, down is not up! This natural phenomenon needs to be seen to be believed.

Confederation Bridge

Considered one at the top engineering achievement of the 20th Century, the Confederation Bridge connects Prince Edward Island with New Brunswick.

Anne of Green Gables House

As the setting of the popular novel “Anne of Green Gables”, the Green Gables Heritage place is one of the most notable literary landmarks in Canada.

Traditional Lobster Dinner

Prepare your taste buds. You can’t say you’ve been to Prince Edward Island unless you have tried their famous lobster dinner.

Cape Breton's Miners Museum

Pay tribute to the regions rich history of coal mining while hearing the stories of the miners and their families who helped build the nation.

The Cabot Trail

This scenic coastal highway is one of the most photographed highways in Canada. With views so spectacular even the most amateur photographers can’t take a bad picture.

Alexander Graham Bell Museum

Step into the life of the man who invented the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell.

Peggy's Cove

Still in operation and marking the eastern entrance to St. Margaret’s Bay, Peggy’s Point Lighthouse is one of the most recognizable lighthouses in the world.

Maritime Museum & Titanic Grave Sites

Immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime history. Did you know victims of the Titanic were picked up by boats from Nova Scotia and buried in Halifax?