From whales to wine, and everything in between, Canada's Maritime Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island are a holiday trio you'll adore.
Nova Scotia means New Scotland in Latin. Not only will place names seem familiar, but the culture and traditions the Scottish settlers brought are still evident today. Nova Scotia was one of the original four provinces that became part of Canada in 1867. New Brunswick is a nature lovers playground full of rivers, pine forests and mountains. The Bay of Fundy, is known for extreme tides and whale-watching, whilst Reversing Falls' rapids flow backwards during high tide. Prince Edward Island is marked by red-sand beaches, lighthouses, farmland and renowned for seafood like lobster and mussels. And, moderate weather across the Provinces makes them ideal for year-round adventure.
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