Inspiring guides for your holiday to Atlantic Canada
Brimming with coastal charm, Atlantic Canada comprises: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland & Labrador and provides the perfect summer getaway to those looking for natural attractions, fascinating wildlife and charming seaside towns.
Thinking of heading to Atlantic Canada? Be sure to check our wide range of guides for the best way to visit and top tips for enjoying this amazing maritime region.
From islands home to beautiful wild horses, to stunning wind-sculpted sand dunes and remote wildernesses, here are the top 10 parks and preserves in Atlantic Canada.
From sweeping coastlines and verdant parks, to rich culture and pure natural beauty, those who have enjoyed Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables will surely love discovering the landscapes that inspired Lucy’s adventurous tales.
Newfoundland and Labrador has more square miles than the UK and Ireland combined but a population of just half a million, so escape the crowds and head to wide open spaces and beautiful coastline of this the most easterly province of Canada.
Prince Edward Island may be Canada’s smallest province in size and population, but it packs a punch when it comes to things to see and do with a rich history, mouth-watering cuisine, gorgeous scenery, and a vibrant arts and music scene.
Newfoundland’s west coast is home to the dramatic Long Range Mountains which are dotted with freshwater fjords, beautiful beaches, lighthouses and charming seaside villages. Further north, the Great Northern Peninsula, which extends to L’anse aux Meadows, the only authenticated Viking settlement site on the continent, is one of the best places for iceberg viewing and whale watching.
From Mediterranean-inspired restaurants serving up far-off flavours to traditional pub-style eateries organically taking simple fast food to whole new levels, here are the top 10 fine dining restaurants in Halifax, Nova Scotia you can’t miss.
The vast and diverse country of Canada stretches from the ruggedly beautiful British Columbia coast in the west to the remote wilds of Newfoundland in the east, a place that an increasing number of people are just beginning to discover.
Whether you’re a lover of culture, nature, wildlife, history, outdoor adventure or even luxurious wilderness stays, the province of Newfoundland and Labrador offers it all and then some, including these especially unforgettable experiences.