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NOVA SCOTIA & THE ENCHANTING ISLANDS: JUNE 24-JULY 3, 2020

NOVA SCOTIA & THE ENCHANTING ISLANDS

Featuring Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton Island

Experience The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo and

      The Bay of Fundy National Park

Tour Includes

9-nights’ accommodations, 6 Dinners, 1 boxed lunch, 9 Breakfast, sightseeing, tours, and admissions as specified in itinerary including taxes, gratuities and the services of a Maritime Tour Director.

Passport Required

Prices

Package Price per Person: Single $3,500.00 |  Double $2,690.00 |  Triple $2,490.00

Pickup Locations

Utica Radisson Hotel – Utica, NY – 5:30 AM
Wade Terminal – Schenectady, NY – 7:00 AM
Latham Farms Sams Club – Latham, NY – 7:30 AM

Tour Itinerary

Day 1 – Wednesday, June 24:         

Today we depart for a place like no other, North America’s most amazing natural wonders and diverse landscape, offering spectacular unspoiled scenery, cultural attractions, historic towns and villages and modern cities.  Overnight in Bangor, ME

 Day 2 – Thursday, June 25:

Have your PASSPORT ready as we cross the border into Canada.  Meet your Tour Director upon arrival at your hotel in Moncton, New Brunswick.  This evening, after settling in at your hotel, enjoy a special Welcome Dinner.  (Breakfast, Dinner)

 Day 3 – Friday, June 26: 

Today experience one of the Marine Wonders of the World, the Bay of Fundy.  At Hopewell Rocks see where the world’s highest tides have gouged four-story sculptures from the cliffs. Walk on the ocean floor at low tide and view the Rocks which look like giant flowerpots.  Later today, cross Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island, Canada’s smallest province and enjoy a traditional Maritime Lobster Supper (meat alternative available) before checking into your Charlottetown hotel.  (Breakfast, Dinner)

 Day 4 – Saturday, June 27:

Today you are off to explore this beautiful Island.  Discover the land made famous by Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables.  Experience the striking contrast of Prince Edward Island National Park with its red sand cliffs, rolling dunes and white sand beaches.  Dip your toes in the ocean at Cavendish Beach.  Also, while in Cavendish, visit the home of Green Gables, the setting for the Lucy Maud Montgomery’s novel.   Finally, stop at Prince Edward Island Preserves, recognized as Canada’s finest maker of preserves, made primarily from quality Island fruit.  The restored 1913 butter factory houses the processing operation where the preserves are made by hand in small batches so as to maintain its consistent high quality.  Sample many of their tasty wares and take the opportunity to purchase preserves as a special souvenir. Enjoy a brief city tour of Charlottetown followed by free time to explore on your own.  (Breakfast)

Day 5 – Sunday, June 28: 

Depart Charlottetown this morning and drive to Wood Islands to board the 75-minute ferry to Nova Scotia where you will travel to Cape Breton Island via the Canso Causeway.  Visit the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site to learn of the many accomplishments of this genius who made Baddeck his home.  Check into your Baddeck accommodations for a two-night stayEnjoy Dinner at your hotel tonight.  (Breakfast, Dinner)

Day 6 – Monday, June 29: 

Today, have your camera ready, you will see why Conde Nast magazine rated Cape Breton one of the top ten most beautiful islands in the world!

The Cabot Trail, named for explorer John Cabot, winds around the rocky splendour of Cape Breton’s northern shore, ascending to the incredible plateaus of Cape Breton Highlands National Park, where the mountains meet the sea with unforgettable vista of Cape Breton’s rugged coastline!  Enjoy a picnic lunch in the Park.  Then, visit the quaint French village of Cheticamp, famous for its “hooked” crafts and Acadian culture.  Enjoy Dinner tonight at your hotel. (Breakfast, Box Lunch, Dinner)

Day 7 – Tuesday, June 30: 

Travel back across the Canso Causeway and on to Halifax, the capital city of Nova Scotia, and an overnight stay.  Enjoy a brief city tour and learn about the local connection to the Titanic Disaster at Fairview Lawn Cemetery.  This evening attend the performance of The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo.  Military bands, pipes, drums, choirs, gymnasts, dancers, military displays and competitions offer the most exciting 2 ½ hours of entertainment ever found under one roof. Overnight in Halifax with Dinner (Breakfast, Dinner)

Day 8 – Wednesday, July 1:  Happy Canada Day! 

You are off bright and early this morning to enjoy breakfast at Peggy’s Cove, home of one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world.  There will be time to explore on your own before continuing to Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, followed by free time.  This afternoon we cross the province to the Annapolis Valley and travel to Digby, where you will spend your last night in the Maritimes along with a farewell dinner. (Breakfast, Dinner)

Day 9 – Thursday, July 2:

This morning, following a leisurely Breakfast and bidding farewell to our Canadian Guide, you board the MV Fundy Rose ferry from Digby to Saint John, NB – only a two-hour crossing on this new ferry.  Travel through New Brunswick, crossing the Border into the US, we’ll spend tonight, once again, in Bangor Maine.            (Breakfast)                                                                                  

Day 10 – Friday, July 3: 

Journey home taking with us fond memories of the people you’ve met and the places you’ve seen in the magic of the Maritimes.     (Breakfast)

PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP:  US Citizens are required to carry a passport or enhanced driver’s license. Please be advised that Wade Tours is not responsible for any cost incurred for passengers being refused entry into Canada.

Special Requests & Additional Information

SEATING PREFERENCE: If yes, please let us know your preference in the special requirements section on the booking page with the specific seat, seat location and if you would like to sit near someone. Check out our seat assignment policy page for our seating chart. If no preference is made, your seat will be assigned by Wade Tours. Check out the seating chart to the left!!

We encourage you to book early to accommodate any special needs and to assure that members of your party will be seated together. We reserve the right to assign seats when necessary.

ROOM PREFERENCE: We offer both two queen bed rooms and single king bed rooms. Please let us know your preference and we will do our best to match you to that room.

RESERVATIONS:  To be FAIR and IMPARTIAL seat assignments will be taken at the time of booking your reservation.  Deposit of $100 per person. Final payment is due 60 days prior to departure.

CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations within 60 days from departure will be subject to a $100 fee per person, plus cost for tickets, meals, hotels and other non-recoverable expenses.

TRAVEL INSURANCE: Is available and recommended due to unforeseen circumstances that can arise and if they do, we want you to be protected BEFORE and DURING your tour. Travel Insurance 

BAGGAGE: One large suitcase, and one carry-on bag per person.

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Security Deposit

A $100.00 deposit is due at booking. Full payment must be received 60 days prior to the tour. You will need to call our reservationist at (518) 355-4500 to make the full payment.
If the tour is SOLD OUT online, please contact us as additional tickets may be available. 518-355-4500. Please remember to include the names of your passengers, your pickup location, preferred seats & meal selections (If needed) on tour booking page.

$100.00
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