Chester South Shore Harbour, Nova Scotia
Atlantic Canada
Prince Edward Island, Darnley
East Quoddy Head Lighthouse on Campobello in New Brunswick
Long Beach Fundy Trail in New Brunswick
Acadian Peninsula in New Brunswick
Sailing along coast Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island, Cavendish
Canoing in Prince Edward Island
Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia
Heavy surf along Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia

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.
 

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A photogenic tour of stunning Atlantic Canada

Atlantic Canada is so incredibly scenic, it’s ideal for photographs and anyone who wants to capture lots of postcard-perfect photos. These breathtaking sights are musts for the ultimate photogenic tour through the region.

Top 10 national parks and preserves in Atlantic Canada

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.

Visit a world of lighthouses

With so many beautiful coastlines and coastal towns in Atlantic Canada, it’s no wonder the region is full of incredible lighthouses with equally as spectacular backdrops. Here are our favourites to visit.

Exploring Atlantic Canada's Bay of Fundy

Spread over New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on North America’s Atlantic coast, the Bay of Fundy really packs a punch when it comes to outdoor adventure.

Road tripping Atlantic Canada

From the striking red-sand beaches on Prince Edward Island, to the colourful seaside towns in Nova Scotia, a road trip through Atlantic Canada’s best maritime destinations is set to be a beautiful one.

Enjoying the beaches of New Brunswick

Whether you’re hoping to explore rugged coastlines and small coastal towns, or lap up the sun on a secluded, peaceful beach, New Brunswick’s beaches have it all.

Exploring Newfoundland’s west and north: Deer Lake to the Great Northern Peninsula

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.

Head out on one of these top day trips from Halifax, Nova Scotia

While visiting Nova Scotia’s provincial capital you won’t want to miss the opportunity to make at least a day trip or two.

Experience whale watching in Nova Scotia

Whale watching really is a must-experience for any visitor to Nova Scotia, with the opportunity to see the humpbacks, finbacks and minkes.

Exploring 'the land of Anne’, Prince Edward Island

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.

Top 10 things to do in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Hip yet historical, Halifax is abundant in fun things to do, including great shopping, delicious dining, cool waterfronts, and fascinating museums. Come check out our favourites.

When to holiday in Newfoundland and Labrador and how to get there

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.

Explore the best of Prince Edward Island’s arts and music scene

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.

Exploring the highlights of Newfoundland and Labrador

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.

Top 10 fine dining restaurants in Halifax, Nova Scotia

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.

Top 10 things to do in Nova Scotia

This nautical region is known for its rocky coastlines and quaint lighthouses, but what should you do when visiting this maritime marvel? We’ve got lots of ideas for any budding sailor.

Experience Nova Scotia’s best maritime adventures

Nearly everything in Nova Scotia revolves around the water, which means a visit to this Atlantic Canada province brings the opportunity for a host of maritime adventures.

Top 10 things to do in Newfoundland and Labrador

With colourful buildings, rugged coastlines, historical villages and luscious National Parks, Newfoundland and Labrador is perfect for those hoping for adventure and culture.

Exploring Nova Scotia’s best hiking trails

Nova Scotia offers fabulously fresh, delicious seafood, friendly locals, abundant wildlife, picturesque lighthouses, beautiful beaches, and some of the most scenic coastal trails you may ever hike.

Explore the cities & towns of Nova Scotia

There are so many reasons to visit this Atlantic province that embraces old English, Scottish and French traditions, but has a unique culture that’s all its own. The harder decision becomes, which towns to explore?

Join the Nova Scotian beer trail

Nova Scotia not only offers impressive scenery with a stunning coastline that extends for miles, picturesque lighthouses and charming fishing villages, but it’s a fantastic destination for beer lovers.

A true taste of Nova Scotia

Dulse, hodge podge, rappie pie… come and find out more about Nova Scotia’s unique taste of food.

Emma Bolton
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