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Maritimes Discovery (14 Day's)

DAY 1 Southern Ontario to Ottawa, 

Join us as we travel eastward to Ottawa, 
our Nation’s Capital. Upon arrival we have 
a tour of the city of Ottawa followed by a 
Welcome Dinner and get together. (D)

DAY 2 Quebec City, Quebec
From Ottawa we travel to Chez Dany’s, 
where we enjoy a Lumberjack’s Feast of 
traditional dishes. Then on to Quebec City 
for a tour of the only walled city in North 
America. (B,L)

DAY 3 Bathurst, New Brunswick
Today we cross to the south shore of the 
St. Lawrence and travel to the community 
of Rimouski. Here we visit the Pointe au 
Père Maritime Museum, dedicated to 
the fascinating story of the sinking of the 
Empress of Ireland. Later we continue to 
our overnight stop in Bathurst. (B)

DAY 4 Halifax, Nova Scotia
This morning we find ourselves on the 
Acadian Coast of New Brunswick, and we 
travel south past some fantastic scenery. 
From Shediac, home of the World’s 
Largest Lobster, we board the boat of a 
local fisherman for a first hand look at the 
Lobster Fishing Industry. From catching 
and cooking a Lobster, to the proper way of 
eating and enjoying this incredible tasting 
seafood, this visit has it all, including a 
Lobster Lunch. We then continue to the 
great Maritime city of Halifax for a three 
night stay! (B,L)

DAY 5 Halifax, Nova Scotia
After breakfast, we take you on a tour 
of Halifax. You’ll learn of the Halifax 
Explosion and other significant events of 
the city’s history. The afternoon is at leisure 
to discover more about this important 
Maritime city. (B)

DAY 6 Halifax, Nova Scotia
This morning we visit famous Peggy’s Cove 
and enjoy Breakfast facing the Lighthouse. 
Then a visit to the Fisheries Museum in 
Lunenburg, where we come face to face 
with the culture of Atlantic Canada, before 
returning to Halifax. (B)

DAY 7 Sydney, Nova Scotia
Leaving Halifax after breakfast, we travel 
to Cape Breton Island via the Canso 
Causeway. First a stop in Big Pond and time 
to enjoy Rita’s Tea Room. This afternoon 
we visit the Fortress of Louisbourg. Here 
a local guide takes us back in time to the 
year 1744 for a tour of one of Canada’s 
largest national historic sites. We check 
into our hotel in Sydney for two nights. 

DAY 8 Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Today we enjoy the famous scenic Cabot 
Trail on Cape Breton Island, with picture 
stops and a picnic Lunch enroute. (B,L)

DAY 9 Charlottetown, P.E.I.
Cape Breton Island was the summer home 
of Alexander Graham Bell. This morning 
we include a visit to the Museum that 
honours this famous inventor. Here you 
will also discover why he fell in love with 
Cape Breton. Later we travel to Caribou 
and board our ferry to Wood Islands to 
cruise across the Northumberland Strait 
to P.E.I., the traditional way of travel to 
and from the Island. This evening we have 
included another amazing Lobster Dinner, 
where you can again practice your new 
methods to break apart this great meal! 

DAY 10 Charlottetown, P.E.I.
Today we tour Prince Edward Island with 
its quaint fishing villages, Cavendish, the 
home of Anne of Green Gables and Anne’s 
Museum. This afternoon and evening are 
free for you to explore Charlottetown on 
your own. (B)

DAY 11 Saint John, New Brunswick
This morning we first leave P.E.I. via the 
Confederation Bridge. Spanning a length of 
over 12km this bridge is truly an amazing 
engineering marvel. Then we take time to 
visit Hopewell Rocks, where you can view 
the effects of the highest tides in the world. 
Continuing along the shores of the Bay of 
Fundy, you will pass dyked farmlands and 
small communities before entering Fundy 
National Park. Tonight we are in Saint 
John. (B)

DAY 12 Edmundston, New Brunswick
This morning we travel along the Bay of 
Fundy to St. Andrews-By-The-Sea with a 
stop here to enjoy a locally guided tour 
and visit the quaint little shops. In the 
afternoon we follow the shores of the 
Saint John River to Hartland, where we 
take time to stop at the Hartland Covered 
Bridge Visitor Centre, before we continue 
on to Edmundston. (B)

DAY 13 Montreal, Quebec
Today we return to the province of 
Quebec, enjoying the scenic countryside. 
In Montreal, a local guide will lead us 
through the downtown. Both the old and 
new will be on display, through-out the 
downtown area. Tonight we gather as a 
group for a terrific farewell Dinner. (B,D)

DAY 14 Home
With fond memories in our hearts, we 
travel back through eastern Ontario, 
making our way back to the Toronto area. (B) 

Cost Includes:
• Relaxing Motor Coach Travel
• Thirteen nights accommodation, including hotel taxes
• Porterage for one large suitcase per person
• All breakfasts, a combination of full & deluxe continental
• Welcome Dinner
• Lunch at Chez Dany’s
• Admission Pointe au Pere Museum
• Kouchibouguac National Park
• Lobster Lunch and fishing instruction
• Tours of Old Quebec City, Halifax, Scenic Cabot Trail, St. Andrews and Montreal
• Halifax Tattoo on June 29** departure
• Visit to Peggy’s Cove, including breakfast
• Visit to Rita’s Tea Room
• Admission to Fisheries Museum
• Admission to Alexander Graham Bell Museum
• Dinner in Sydney
• Picnic Lunch on Cabot Trail
• Admission and guided tour of Fortress of Louisbourg
• Ferry crossing to P.E.I.
• P.E.I. Lobster Dinner (substitution available)
• Extensive Tour of P.E.I.
• Admissions to Green Gables Museum and Anne of Green Gables Home
• Confederation Bridge Toll
• Fundy National Park and Hopewell Rocks
• Visit to Hartland Covered Bridge
• Farewell Dinner
• Services of our Tour Director

Dates still available:

JUN 15 to JUN 28
JUN 29 to JUL 12**
JUL 13 to JUL 26
JUL 27 to AUG 09
AUG 10 to AUG 23
AUG 24 to SEP 06
SEP 07 to SEP 20
SEP 14 to SEP 27
SEP 21 to OCT 04
SEP 28 to OCT 11

Rates (Cdn)…Per Person
Twin $2679.00
Triple $2419.00
Quad $2279.00
Single $3559.00
Rates subject to HST
**Additional fee for Halifax Tattoo departure – 
June 29**$50.00
Hanover Holidays offers airfare packages 
for clients to join this great tour from other 
Canadian cities, in Toronto