Newfoundland & Eastern Canada

18 Days

This exciting itinerary features sightseeing in Quebéc, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland, including iceberg sightings in Twillingate, Gros Morne, Terra Nova National Park, Heart’s Content, Corner Brook and much more.


The 18-day trip described is a captivating journey through the cultural and natural wonders of Eastern Canada. The adventure begins in the vibrant city of Montreal, setting the stage for an immersive experience. From visiting the woodcarvers’ capital of the world in St. Jean Port Joli to attending a down-home kitchen party in Miramichi, the trip offers a rich tapestry of local artistry and warm hospitality. The itinerary also includes unique experiences such as a visit to Olivier Soaperie and a lobster feast with a true lobster fisher. The journey continues to Prince Edward Island, where guests will explore the beauty of Charlottetown and visit significant landmarks, including Lucy Maud Montgomery’s house. The trip then takes a scenic route to Newfoundland, offering opportunities to witness the province’s stunning landscapes, from the Gros Morne National Park to the charming fishing village of Trinity. The adventure culminates with a visit to St. John’s, where guests will explore the city’s rich history and vibrant culture, including a tour of Signal Hill and the Confederation Building.

This carefully curated itinerary is designed to provide travelers with an authentic and enriching experience, allowing them to immerse themselves in the local culture and heritage of Eastern Canada. From the woodcarving traditions of St. Jean Port Joli to the warm hospitality of Miramichi and the stunning landscapes of Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland, each day offers a new and exciting adventure. Whether it’s enjoying a lobster feast, visiting historic landmarks, or exploring the natural beauty of Gros Morne National Park, this trip promises to create lasting memories and a deep appreciation for the richness of Canada’s heritage.

For travelers seeking an unforgettable journey that combines cultural immersion with breathtaking natural landscapes, this 18-day trip through Eastern Canada is the perfect choice. With a diverse range of experiences, from artisan visits to scenic drives and interpretive walking tours, this itinerary is sure to captivate the senses and provide a deeper understanding of the region’s history and traditions. Whether it’s exploring small villages along the waterfront, visiting museums, or enjoying the charm of St. John’s, this trip offers a well-rounded and truly immersive adventure that will leave travelers with treasured memories and a newfound appreciation for the beauty of Canada’s eastern provinces.

Trip Highlights

  • Vibrant City Experience
  • Visit the woodcarvers' capital of the world in St. Jean Port Joli
  • Down-Home Kitchen Party
  • Explore Olivier Soaperie
  • A visit to Lucy Maud Montgomery's house
  • Scenic Drives and Sightseeing
  • Gros Morne National Park
  • Discover the rich history of Gander, Twillingate, and Trinity.


Our first night will be spent in the vibrant city of Montreal as everyone arrives and our vacation begins.

We visit the woodcarvers’ capital of the world, St. Jean Port Joli, seeing artisans at work. We will spend the night in Edmundston, New Brunswick.

After a scenic drive, we will attend a down-home kitchen party in Miramichi. You’ll love the warm hospitality and the sounds of fiddles, guitars, and mandolins.

We will visit Olivier Soaperie, an exceptional facility making homeopathic formulas. Then, join a true lobster fisher for a cruise into the bay for a lobster feast. We cross the Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island for a lovely two-night stay in Charlottetown.

A local guide joins us for a full day of fun, visiting Lucy Maud Montgomery’s house, a luncheon reminiscent of Anne of Green Gables’ era, and some of the most beautiful sightseeing you’ll ever experience.

Crossing the Confederation Bridge to the mainland, we stop in New Glasgow for a Fabric of Canada event, then arrive on Cape Breton, where we spend the night in beautiful Baddeck.

This morning we will board a ferry for a scenic crossing over to “The Rock”, the friendly and beautiful province of Newfoundland. We will spend the night in Corner Brook.

Visit the Gros Morne Interpretation Centre with outstanding exhibits and even a walking trail close by. There will be plenty of opportunities for photography today, and options available for hikers. Continuing through the park, we will spend the night in Cow Head. Enjoy the area this evening, featuring a pristine sandy beach that stretches for kilometers.

Day 9 :

Travelling through Gros Morne again today, we return to the Trans-Canada Highway and travel to Gander, where we spend the next two nights.

Day 10 :

This morning we visit the Aviation Museum in Gander and learn of its role in assisting stranded air passengers during 9/11. Then, it’s off to the coast again as we visit Twillingate where views of whales and icebergs are common. We visit the museum dedicated to Georgia Stirling, enjoy an outstanding view from the Long Point lighthouse, and visit Lewisporte. A special Fabric of Canada event rounds out this day.

Day 11 :

This morning we will visit Terra Nova National Park and the Cape Bonavista Lighthouse, then travel to the charming fishing village of Trinity where we will take an interpretive walking tour of the picturesque village. We will spend the night in nearby Clarenville.

Today we experience the charm of Newfoundland’s small villages and towns along the waterfront. We visit Heart’s Content to see the first transatlantic cable station, then continue to St. John’s, where we spend two nights. A local guide joins us for a tour of the city, including Signal Hill, Government House, the Confederation Building, and much more.

Enjoy some shopping or further explore the city on your own. You may wish to visit the Geo Centre, with geological displays and exhibits on the Titanic, or visit The Rooms, a combination museum and art gallery.

Day 14 & 15 :

This morning we travel to Argentia and board the overnight ferry for our return to the mainland, arriving in North Sydney. We will then spend the night in Moncton, New Brunswick.

Day 16 :

Before leaving Moncton, we experience the weird sensation of coasting uphill at Magnetic Hill. Then, a beautiful drive takes us along the Saint John River as we enjoy the wooded scenery enroute to Edmundston. We stop enroute in the pretty city of Fredericton for a guided tour.

Travelling along the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, we spend our last night in Montreal, featuring a farewell dinner at a lovely restaurant in Old Montreal.

The final leg of this spectacular vacation takes us along the St. Lawrence River and the north shores of Lake Ontario. We will all go home with treasured memories of our fellow Canadians and the richness of Canada’s heritage.



  • Luxury motor coach transportation
  • 17 nights’ accommodation
  • 7 breakfasts
  • 3 Fabric of Canada events
  • Guided tours of Prince Edward Island, Fredericton & St. John’s
  • Lobster dinner and cruise
  • Kitchen Party
  • Ferry crossings as indicated in itinerary.
  • Admission to all National Parks
  • Admission to Aviation Museum in Gander
  • Newfoundland Screech-In ceremony
  • Lunch in Gros Morne
  • Farewell dinner in Montréal
  • HST

Does not include

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


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Newfoundland & Eastern Canada
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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