Eastern Canada and the Maritimes

14 Days

Please find below a detailed itinerary for your trip to the Eastern Canada & Maritime Regions vacation. This vacation can be customized to suit you.

Come along for spectacular sightseeing in Eastern Canada, including Montréal, a kitchen party in Miramichi, sightseeing on Prince Edward Island, a visit to Green Gables, the spectacular Cabot Trail, Peggy’s Cove, historic Lunenburg, the famous Hopewell Rocks, a guided tour in Fredericton, 3 Fabric of Canada events, and so much more.


The 14-day trip through Eastern Canada offers a rich and diverse experience, combining cultural exploration, scenic drives, and visits to historic landmarks. The itinerary begins in the cosmopolitan city of Montreal, providing a vibrant starting point for the journey. Travelers will then embark on a mid-day visit to historic Quebec City, followed by a scenic drive to St. Simeon and a ferry crossing across the St. Lawrence, with overnight stays in Riviere-du-Loup and Miramichi. The trip includes unique experiences such as a down-home kitchen party, a visit to Olivier Soapery, a cruise with lobster fishers, and a two-night stay in Charlottetown, where guests will explore Prince Edward Island with a local guide, visiting Lucy Maude Montgomery’s home and enjoying a lunch reminiscent of the era of Anne of Green Gables.

The itinerary also features a return to New Brunswick, a scenic drive to Nova Scotia, and a guided city tour of Halifax, including a visit to the most photographed place in North America, Peggy’s Cove. Travelers will also explore the historic town of Lunenburg, visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, and experience the iconic Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick. The trip concludes with a guided tour of Fredericton and a return to Montreal for a farewell dinner before departing the next day.

This carefully crafted itinerary is designed to provide travelers with an immersive and accessible experience, allowing them to explore the cultural heritage and natural beauty of Eastern Canada. From historic landmarks to picturesque drives and unique local experiences, the trip offers a well-rounded and memorable journey for individuals with disabilities, ensuring that they can fully participate in and enjoy all aspects of the adventure.


  • Experience a down-home kitchen party in Miramichi
  • Visit Olivier Soapery
  • Explore Prince Edward Island
  • Travel the Cabot Trail
  • Explore the historic town of Lunenburg
  • Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick
  • Guided City Tours
  • Cultural Encounters


Day 1 :

Travel to the cosmopolitan city of Montreal where you will spend your first night.

Enjoy a mid-day visit to historic Quebec City. Then, take the scenic drive to St. Simeon, and take a ferry across the St. Lawrence, spending the night in Riviere-du-Loup.

Day 3 :

Arrive late afternoon in Miramichi, where you’ll be welcomed after dinner with a down-home kitchen party.

Enjoy a fascinating visit to Olivier Soapery, followed by a cruise on the bay with lobster fishers with an included lobster feast. Cross the Confederation Bridge to P.E.I., spending two nights in Charlottetown.

A local guide joins us for a full day tour of Prince Edward Island. Visit Lucy Maude Montgomery’s home and enjoy a lunch reminiscent of the era of Anne of Green Gables.

Day 6 :

We return to New Brunswick, and travel south toward Nova Scotia. Stopping for a Fabric of Canada luncheon, we arrive this afternoon in Baddeck for a two-night

We will travel the Cabot Trail today, one of the most beautiful drives in North America.

Day 8 :

This morning we will travel from Baddeck to Halifax. Take in the scenery along the south shore of Minas Basin. Enjoy a guided city tour before checking into our home for the next three nights.

Visit the most photographed place in North America, Peggy’s Cove. This afternoon, enjoy free time to explore the Halifax waterfront.

Day 10 :

Travel through picturesque Mahone Bay to the historic town of Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and explore the downtown waterfront area.

Travel across Nova Scotia and into New Brunswick, visiting the famous Hopewell Rocks. one of the most iconic natural sights in the Maritimes. The vista changes moment by moment, as the tide makes its way in and out of the basin twice per day. Then, stop at Magnetic Hill and experience the bizarre sensation of coasting uphill.

Day 12 :

Enjoy a beautiful drive along the St. John River, stopping in Fredericton for a guided tour of the city.

Travel along the south shores of the St. Lawrence this morning to Montreal, our home for the night. A farewell dinner is included this evening at a lovely downtown restaurant.

Day 14 :

Make your way home today! We hope to see you again soon!



  • Luxury motor coach transportation
  • 13 nights’ accommodation
  • 3 breakfasts & 3 continental breakfasts
  • 3 Fabric of Canada events with meals
  • Farewell dinner
  • Ferry from St. Simeon to Rivière-du-Loup
  • Kitchen party in Miramichi
  • Visit to Olivier Soapery
  • Lobster lunch & cruise
  • Guided tours of P.E.I., Halifax & Fredericton
  • Visit to Peggy's Cove
  • Royal Nova Scotia Tattoo (June 23 departure), or tallship harbour cruise in Halifax (other departures)
  • Admission to Fisheries Museum
  • Visit to Hopewell Rocks
  • Services of a tour director
  • HST

Does not include

  • Meals (except specified above)
  • Flights
  • Any optional tours
  • Personal spending
  • Gratuities
  • Medical or Trip Interruption Insurance


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Eastern Canada and the Maritimes
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Trip Info

  • Price is subject to change
  • Assistive devices on request
  • Can be modified for sight impairment
  • Free & Easy
  • 5-star
  • Transportation not included
  • Small Groups or individuals
  • Low Level