• Sunrise at Cape Spear - Newfoundland and Labrador

    Sunrise at Cape Spear - Newfoundland and Labrador

    The sun shines first at Cape Spear in Newfoundland and Labrador, the most easterly point in North America, so you can be the first person on the entire continent to experience the sunrise. How cool is that?

  • Sunrise at Cape Spear - Newfoundland and Labrador

    Sunrise at Cape Spear - Newfoundland and Labrador

    Have you ever felt an entire country at your back? This is the unique opportunity provided by the Cape Spear Lighthouse. The most eastern point of Canada, a rugged cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, is also adorned with the oldest surviving lighthouse in Newfoundland. Originally built in 1836, the Cape Spear lighthouse has been restored to its early appearance. During World War II, a fort was built at Cape Spear to keep an eye out for German U-boats. Remains of the bunker still exist, but instead of watching for breaching submarines you can instead keep an eye out for breaching whales. Enjoy the edge of the world.

  • Icebergs - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Icebergs - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    "Ice Ice Baby" - Newfoundland’s iceberg season is here and it's spectacular. From the Arctic Circle all the way to Newfoundland and beyond, experience these 12,000-year-old Greenland icebergs up close and personal. Hear the roar of a foundering berg under a warm summer sun. See their fissures and scars shimmer against the backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean. Or feel the chill on your skin in its staggering presence. Welcome to Twillingate, the Iceberg Capital of the World.

  •  Icebergs - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Icebergs - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Icebergs - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Icebergs - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Hear the roar of a foundering berg under a warm summer sun. See their fissures and scars shimmer against the backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean. Or feel the chill on your skin in its staggering presence.

  • Iceberg Beer - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Iceberg Beer - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    It has been said by many brewmasters, “water makes the beer.” Quidi Vidi Brewing Company has crafted a refreshingly light lager brewed with 20,000-year-old iceberg water harvested from Newfoundland’s awe-inspiring icebergs.

  • Newfoundland's Rugged Coastline - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Newfoundland's Rugged Coastline - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Imagine yourself hiking along a rugged coastline, looking out over the pristine waters of the Atlantic Ocean and taking in the quiet beauty of 20,000-year-old icebergs.

  • Icebergs - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Icebergs - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    When it comes to viewing icebergs, this is one of the best places in the world. These glacial giants come in every shape and size, with colors ranging from snow white to the deepest aquamarine.

  •  Icebergs - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Icebergs - Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Scenic viewpoint along the Trans-Canada Highway from St. John's to Twillingate.

    Scenic viewpoint along the Trans-Canada Highway from St. John's to Twillingate.

  • Jellybean Row - St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Jellybean Row - St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Where else does the end of the rainbow have a street address? St. John's is known for the vibrantly colored row houses that help give the city its distinctive character and the reality measures the hype. Jellybean Row really is a must-see visual phenomenon.

  • A Historical City - St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

    A Historical City - St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

    St. John's is the perfect combination of big city luxury and small town charm. As the oldest and most easterly city in North America, this is where heritage lives. Melded with culture, history, and personality, St. John's has survived two World Wars, five centuries, and countless hardships and triumphs. It's become a rare, old city full of character, experience and charisma, with a contemporary, sophisticated edge. The provincial government is the leading employer in the city. Since discovering oil and gas in the region, St. John’s has become the center of the oil and gas industry in Eastern Canada. Many major energy companies have headquarters or major operations in the city because of this. Tourism, science and research and construction are also important industries in the city.

  • Signal Hill - St. John's Newfoundland and Labrador

    Signal Hill - St. John's Newfoundland and Labrador

    A look at downtown St. John's (and the Jellybean houses) taken from Signal Hill, a popular, historical landmark.

  • Quidi Vidi - St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Quidi Vidi - St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

    Just minutes from downtown St. John’s is the picturesque village of Quidi Vidi, a destination within a destination. Pronounced “Kiddy Viddy” by most, the origin of the name is shrouded in some mystery. Some say it comes from the French name Quidville. Some say it is Latin: que de vide or Italian: qui divide, meaning that which divides. There is also a legend that a woman by the name of Kitty Vitty lived in these parts, and she had a house of ill-repute, so it was named after her! Wherever the truth lies, be sure to take in the entire Quidi Vidi experience! Start off with a visit to the Quidi Vidi Village Plantation, eat your fill at Mallard Cottage and top it all off with an ice cold pint at Quidi Vidi Brewery.

  • Prince Edward Island

    Prince Edward Island

    Beautiful and pastoral, Prince Edward Island is famous for its lush landscapes. Wherever you look, the island's rich colors, emerald green farmlands, red clay roads, and sapphire ocean seem to combine and recombine in endless patterns to please the eye. PEI seems made for exploring at a leisurely pace. Meandering coastal roads present an ever-changing panorama of sea, sand and sky. Small historic towns are home to elegant country inns and art galleries. In the evenings, the island's famous lobster suppers await, caught fresh from the surrounding waters.

  • Green Gables - Cavendish, Prince Edward Island

    Green Gables - Cavendish, Prince Edward Island

    Green Gables, located in Cavendish in Prince Edward Island National Park, is a popular tourist destination. Each year hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world visit the site which inspired the setting for L.M. Montgomery to create her beloved tale of a red-haired orphan, Anne of Green Gables.

  • Green Gables - Cavendish, Prince Edward Island

    Green Gables - Cavendish, Prince Edward Island

    When the novel Anne of Green Gables was first published in 1908, most people could only dream of visiting its magical setting. As the book became popular around the world, it's likely that many readers had no idea where Prince Edward Island was. They may have even wondered, "Is it a real place?" Today, millions of the book's fans have made the trip to PEI and discovered the land that captivated Anne in Lucy Maud Montgomery's stories. And for those who just can't get enough of their favorite red-headed girl, or the woman who created her, there are Anne-related attractions all over the Island.

  • Green Gables - Cavendish, Prince Edward Island

    Green Gables - Cavendish, Prince Edward Island

    Anne of Green Gables was an immediate success when it was first published in 1908. It sold 19,000 copies in the first five months. It has since been translated into more than a dozen languages and its believed that more than 50 million copies have been sold worldwide.

  • Confederation Bridge - Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island

    Confederation Bridge - Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island

    The Confederation Bridge is the longest bridge in the world crossing ice-covered water. The toll bridge spans an 8-mile stretch of the Northumberland Strait connecting Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island, to Cape Jourimain, New Brunswick.

  • Dalvay by the Sea - Dalvay, Prince Edward Island

    Dalvay by the Sea - Dalvay, Prince Edward Island

    Dalvay by the Sea is one of Prince Edward Island’s most beautiful historic sites, complete with a rich and fascinating history.Cycle the shoreline, walk the grounds or simply relax in an Adirondack chair on the front lawn, taking in the coastal panorama.

  • Victoria Row - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

    Victoria Row - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

    Victoria Row is one of the gems of Charlottetown. Not only is the area full of restaurants, cafes, shops and galleries, but this cobblestoned street is lined by some of the most beautiful historic buildings in the city. Located on Richmond Street, between Queen and Great George Street, Victoria Row is closed to vehicle traffic during the summer months and transformed into a pedestrian mall. Victoria Row is a must-see location for everyone visiting Charlottetown.

  • PEI Mussels - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

    PEI Mussels - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

    The Prince Edward Island mussel industry is Canada’s top producer and exporter of rope cultured blue mussels. PEI has earned its reputation for high quality standards based on the diligence and pride of Island growers, processors and industry stakeholders.

  • Snow Crab Legs - Cape Breton Island

    Snow Crab Legs - Cape Breton Island

    Harvested from the pristine waters of the Canadian North Atlantic, the sweet, succulent flavor of snow crab make for ideal appetizers, buffets and entrees. Canada is the world’s largest producer of snow crab, accounting for about two-thirds of the global supply.

  • Alma Lobster Shop - Alma, New Brunswick

    Alma Lobster Shop - Alma, New Brunswick

    Come grab a lobster to go, or better yet, sit down and enjoy a tasty meal at Alma Lobster Shop in New Brunswick.

  • Hopewell Rocks - Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

    Hopewell Rocks - Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

    The Bay of Fundy tides are best explored at the Hopewell Rocks, where you can walk around the famous “flowerpot rocks” at low tide then watch them slowly disappear during high tide.

  • Hopewell Rocks - Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

    Hopewell Rocks - Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

    Experience the world’s highest tides – not to mention pristine forests, deluxe campgrounds and a taste of Atlantic Canada culture – at Fundy National Park. Few places on Earth are as awe-inspiring as New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy. A visit to this Maritime treasure will reward you with magnificent tides, breathtaking coastline and endless adventure.

  • Hopewell Rocks - Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

    Hopewell Rocks - Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

    Looking out at the low tides in the Bay of Fundy.

  • Hopewell Rocks - Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

    Hopewell Rocks - Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

  • Fundy National Park - Alma, New Brunswick

    Fundy National Park - Alma, New Brunswick

  • Old Town Clock - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Old Town Clock - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    At the base of Citadel Hill stands Halifax's most recognized landmark, the Old Town Clock.

  • Halifax Waterfront - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Halifax Waterfront - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Surrounded by sparkling ocean and featuring one of the world's longest boardwalks, the Halifax waterfront is a hub of culture and commerce.

  •  Maritime Museum of the Atlantic - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Maritime Museum of the Atlantic - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    The William Robertson & Son Ship Chandlery features hundreds of early-20th-century marine artifacts, supplies and navigational tools.

  • Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    The Halifax Farmers' Market is the oldest continuously operating farmer's market in North America having been founded in 1750.

  • Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Seaport Market Full Breakfast - 2 Nova Scotia organic or free range eggs any style, featuring bacon or sausage from Roselane Farm, potato rosti made with Norbert's own organic potatoes, and a seasonal salad made with tender organic salad greens.

  • Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market - Halifax, Nova Scotia

  • Nova Scotia Lobster - Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia

    Nova Scotia Lobster - Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia

    If you haven’t eaten Nova Scotia lobster in Nova Scotia, then you haven’t really eaten lobster. This popular crustacean is still the lifeblood of many working fishing communities in this Maritime province.

  • Lobster Roll - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Lobster Roll - Halifax, Nova Scotia

  • Alexander Keith's Brewery - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Alexander Keith's Brewery - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Founded in 1820, Alexander Keith's is a brewery in Halifax, Canada. It is among the oldest commercial breweries in North America. Keith's was founded by Alexander Keith who emigrated from Scotland in 1817.

  • Citadel Hill - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Citadel Hill - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Leave your mark on history and become a 'Solider for a Day' - a Canadian Signature Experience. You will be an impressive sight in the MacKenzie tartan kilt, bright red doublet, and Glengarry bonnet. The skirl of the bagpipes and the crack of your rifle will transport you to 1869 where you will learn the skills needed to defend this important port. Don your authentic uniform, sign your enlistment forms, complete foot drills, and take in the firearms training to fire the authentic Snider-Enfield rifle. Enjoy a private in-depth tour of your new home - the Halifax Citadel - and finally, 'stand down' and enjoy some light refreshments in the Sergeant's mess.

  • Citadel Hill - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Citadel Hill - Halifax, Nova Scotia

    With my commanding officer for the day. I was commended for my marksmanship and foot drills, but was informed that many of the 78th Highlanders would not have smiled back in the day, due to poor dental hygiene.

  • Citadel Hill Costumes - Halifax, Nova Scotia.jpg

    Citadel Hill Costumes - Halifax, Nova Scotia.jpg

  • Luckett Vineyards - Wolfville, Nova Scotia

    Luckett Vineyards - Wolfville, Nova Scotia

    Crisp maritime breezes, legendary ocean tides and brilliant sunshine meet to create an outstanding terroir on a hillside overlooking the magnificent Gaspereau Valley. Here, Luckett Vineyards, like many wineries in the region, captures the magic of Nova Scotia's distinctive character through wines that are gaining in popularity every year. Wines truly worth phoning home about.

  • Luckett Vineyards - Wolfville, Nova Scotia

    Luckett Vineyards - Wolfville, Nova Scotia

    Located in the Gaspereau Valley, Luckett Vineyards overlooks and is influenced by the Bay of Fundy. Since 2010, they have been producing wines true to the maritime climate that showcase the local and unique grape varietals grown in the rocky and clay rich soil.

  • Peggy's Cove - St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia

    Peggy's Cove - St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia

    An ethereal Peggy's Cove bathed in the soft light of an Atlantic Ocean mist. Cool summer nights can be relied upon to brew up an enchanting fog that will slowly release its grip on the coast as the ever warming air absorbs the microscopic water droplets temporarily suspended in the atmosphere.

  • Peggy's Cove - St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia

    Peggy's Cove - St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia

    Peggy's Cove is one of the most photographed sights in Canada and a symbol of Nova Scotia's enduring bond with the sea.

  • Peggy's Cove - St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia

    Peggy's Cove - St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia

    You can either see yourself as a wave in the ocean or you can see yourself as the ocean.

  • Old Town Lunenburg - Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

    Old Town Lunenburg - Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

    No town captures the seafaring romance of Nova Scotia as much as Lunenburg. Old Town Lunenburg, founded in 1753, is an outstanding example of British colonial settlement in North America, in terms of both its conception as a model town and its remarkable level of conservation. Lunenburg's cultural evolution based on shipbuilding and the fishing industry can be seen in the buildings and spaces that exist throughout the community.

  • Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    You only think you're in the Scottish Highlands! Nova Scotia's Cabot Trail, in the Cape Breton Highlands, is as breathtaking a drive as you'll ever make, and is considered one of North America's top scenic marine drives. The loop, which makes up the trail, takes you right through Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Here, you can stop for a short hike to the rocky edge of the ocean or linger for a day hike on one of the park's many trails. There are country inns and bed and breakfasts everywhere and charming little villages like Ingonish, Margaree Harbor and Cheticamp. You could drive the entire trail in half a day, but don't! Take your time. In fact, drive it in both directions. The villages and towns won't change, but the views surely will.

  • Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

  • Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

  • Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    Taking in the spectacular grandeur of Cape Breton Highlands National Park.

  • Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

  • Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    Cabot Trail - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    You only think you're in the Scottish Highlands! Nova Scotia's Cabot Trail, in the Cape Breton Highlands, is as breathtaking a drive as you'll ever make, and is considered one of North America's top scenic marine drives. The loop, which makes up the trail, takes you right through Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Here, you can stop for a short hike to the rocky edge of the ocean or linger for a day hike on one of the park's many trails. There are country inns and bed and breakfasts everywhere and charming little villages like Ingonish, Margaree Harbor and Cheticamp. You could drive the entire trail in half a day, but don't! Take your time. In fact, drive it in both directions. The villages and towns won't change, but the views surely will.

  • Cape Breton Highlands National Park - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    Cape Breton Highlands National Park - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

  • Cape Breton Highlands National Park - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

    Cape Breton Highlands National Park - Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

  • North River Kayak Tours - Cape Breton Island

    North River Kayak Tours - Cape Breton Island

    Located on the world famous Cabot Trail, North River Kayak Tours Cape Breton has been offering quality sea-kayak tours on Cape Breton Island since 1994. Experience Cape Breton by taking a guided half, full or 3 day kayak tour or customize your own tour! Kayaking amongst whales, sea-caves and waterfalls, what more could you ask for?

  • North River Kayak Tours - Cape Breton Island

    North River Kayak Tours - Cape Breton Island

    A bald eagle surveys its surroundings on Cape Breton Island.

  • Sunset in Chéticamp, Nova Scotia

    Sunset in Chéticamp, Nova Scotia

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