Fly to Halifax and
Discover the spectacular scenery, historic landmarks, quaint
fishing villages and friendly people of Canada’s eastern provinces.
Begin your journey...
by exploring historical Halifax and scenic Peggy’s Cove. Stop at Hopewell Cape the location of the highest tides in the world, view the
Reversing Falls, visit St. Andrews by the Sea and experience Magnetic Hill in Moncton. Cross Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward
Island where you find miles of beaches and the best lobster dinners. Return to Nova Scotia by ferry and drive up the coast to Cape Breton
Island. Travel the scenic Cabot Trail, visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum and see the Fortress of Louisbourg before boarding the
ferry to Newfoundland. Follow the Viking Trail to Gros Morne National Park, a World Heritage Site and a land of
magnificent fjord-like lakes and grand vistas. Your journey continues across the heart of the island. Relive John Cabot’s historic voyage and
visit the Ryan Premises in Bonavista. Visit the Cable Provincial Historic Site at Heart’s Content as you journey to the capital, St. John’s.
1 HOME CITIES to HALIFAX: (2 nights) Your Exciting Holiday begins as you the historic streets and shop for handicrafts and woolens. Also view a number
✈ board your jet and fly your hotel the capital of Nova Scotia. Upon arrival trans-
fer independently to
where you have been pre-registered for two
of homes steeped in the history of the area. Arrive in Fredericton for overnight.
nights. A complimentary AIRPORT TRANSFER VOUCHER will be provided. 5 FREDERICTON to CHARLOTTETOWN: (2 nights) Your morning drive
This evening features an informal WELCOME RECEPTION. through the rolling hills and dairy region of New Brunswick brings you to
MAGNETIC HILL in Moncton where vehicles coast uphill, or seem to! Visit
2 HALIFAX: This morning a GUIDED TOUR, including the historic CITADEL, the fishing village of SHEDIAC for a photo opportunity with the WORLD’S
introduces you to Atlantic Canada’s largest city. The call of the ocean and the LARGEST LOBSTER. Cross Northumberland Strait, arriving on Prince
beauty of the sea will lure you to PEGGY’S COVE for a late afternoon visit and Edward Island via CONFEDERATION BRIDGE. This fixed crossing
optional supper. With its lighthouse sitting on replace the ferries which had been the main
a massive granite ledge, this cove is known LABRADOR mode of transportation for almost a century.
as a mecca for artists and photographers. Terra Nova
Tonight experience a true “island” tradition
Return to Halifax for overnight. Gros Morne Gander Park as our guests at a HOSTED LOBSTER
National Park DINNER.
Grand Falls St. John’s
3 HALIFAX to SAINT JOHN: This morning Clarenville
enjoy a tour of the ANNE MURRAY MUSE- 6 CHARLOTTETOWN: With a LOCAL
UM in Springhill, Nova Scotia, hometown of Corner Brook GUIDE see the UNIQUE SIGHTS OF THE
Canada’s famous “snowbird”. Enter New ISLAND including PROVINCE HOUSE,
Brunswick and stop at HOPEWELL CAPE, ANNE OF GREEN GABLES’ house,
the location of the highest tides in the world. Channel CAVENDISH BEACH and Charlottetown.
View the Flower Pot Rocks carved by the Basques NEWFOUNDLAND 2008 marked the 100th Anniversary of the
Fundy tides. These peculiar formations are publication of L.M. Montgomery’s classic
forested islands at high tide and resemble Baddeck novel “Anne of Green Gables”.
flower pots at low tide. Travel through Sydney
FUNDY NATIONAL PARK and arrive in P.E.I. Fortress of 7 CHARLOTTETOWN to BADDECK:
Canada’s Loyalist City, Saint John to view (3 nights) Travel to Wood Islands to board
the REVERSING FALLS where the Bay of NEW the FERRY to Caribou, on the Nova Scotia
Fundy tides force the Saint John River to BRUNSWICK ATLANTIC OCEAN mainland. Cross the Strait of Canso – the
reverse direction. Fredericton deepest causeway in the world. Continue
Halifax to the resort town of Baddeck nestled on
4 SAINT JOHN to FREDERICTON: This NOVA the shore of Bras d’Or Lake on Cape Breton
morning visit ST. ANDREWS BY THE SEA, SCOTIA Island for a three-night stay. Prior to arriv-
Canada’s first seaside resort. Stroll through ing at your hotel, visit the ALEXANDER
GRAHAM BELL MUSEUM to see the many exhibits of this famous inventor
who spent much of his life on Cape Breton Island.
8 BADDECK: The spectacular scenery of Cape Breton Island unfolds during a
circle tour of the CABOT TRAIL. Enjoy picture stops and a PICNIC LUNCH as
you travel through CAPE BRETON
HIGHLANDS NATIONAL PARK with
its coastal mountain peaks, quaint sea-
ports and rugged coastlines.
9 BADDECK: Start your day with a visit to
Singer/Songwriter RITA MCNEIL’S TEA
HOUSE AND CRAFT STORE at Big
Pond. Then step back in time to the year
1744 and experience the French
FORTRESS OF LOUISBOURG. This
National Historic Site is one of the largest
reconstructions in North America. Enjoy a
DRIVING TOUR of Sydney on the way
back to your hotel for overnight.
10 CAPE BRETON ISLAND to FERRY to CORNER BROOK: Board the
ATLANTIC MARINE FERRY at North Sydney for a six hour crossing to
Newfoundland. Dock at Port Aux Basques and travel to Corner Brook.
11 CORNER BROOK to GANDER: Travel north to GROS MORNE NATIONAL
PARK, designated a World Heritage Site. Discover some of the world’s most 13 CLARENVILLE to ST. JOHN’S: (2 nights) Continue on the Trans-Canada
spectacular scenery. The steep cliffs, deep lakes and quaint fishing villages are Highway and travel east to the Avalon Peninsula. Drive through Heart’s
a photographer’s dream. Tour the park’s DISCOVERY CENTRE overlooking Delight and Heart’s Desire to the small town of Heart’s
spectacular Bonne Bay and enjoy an optional home-cooked lunch in Content. Visit the TRANS-ATLANTIC CABLE
Woody Point. Continue to Gander to visit the SILENT PROVINCIAL HISTORIC SITE, where the first trans-
WITNESS MEMORIAL and the AVIATION DISPLAY at the atlantic cable was landed in 1866. Then travel through the
airport. During World War II, Gander became an important villages of Carbonear and Harbour Grace to St. John’s,
refueling stop for military aircraft crossing the Atlantic as the provincial capital, for a two-night stay. Drive the
well as a base for the coastal patrol. Avalon Peninsula to CAPE SPEAR, home of the oldest
lighthouse in the province and the most easterly point on the
continent. From here you are closer to the British Isles than from
anywhere else in North America.
14 ST. JOHN’S: This morning a GUIDED CITY TOUR will intro-
12 GANDER to BONAVISTA duce you to one of the oldest European settlements in North America. The rest
to CLARENVILLE: of the day is free to shop and sightsee on your own. This evening we invite you
Travel through TERRA to a HOSTED FAREWELL DINNER, the perfect finale to a memorable touring
NOVA NATIONAL adventure.
PARK, the most easterly
of Canada’s national 15 ST. JOHN’S to HOME: Your journey comes to an end. Arrival time at St.
parks. Enjoy the beauty of
the Discovery Trail to
✈ John’s Airport is planned for 11:30 a.m. to allow for early afternoon flights.
BONAVISTA, the site of
John Cabot’s historic
landing in 1497. Visit the DEPARTURE DATES 2011
RYAN PREMISES and 15 Days: ★September 12 ★September 16 September 20
view the exhibits that ★Preferred date
commemorate the North Leave from any city. Join group in Halifax.
Atlantic fishery and Land portion only. Airfare and air tax not included. Consult Nagel Tours or your travel agent for the
depict the history, land- best airfare available. Air ticketing is not advised until tour is guaranteed.
scape and culture of this
restored 19th century COST PER PERSON – CANADIAN FUNDS
town. Delight in the FROM HALIFAX
countless scenic coves +G.S.T.
and seascapes, before Quad: $2,199.00 $109.95
continuing to Clarenville. Triple: $2,369.00 $118.45
This evening you are Twin: $2,659.00 $132.95
treated to a SCREECH- Single: $3,619.00 $180.95
IN CEREMONY, the tra- GST APPLIES TO TOUR COST
ditional “Newfoundland EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT: $53.00 twin sharing per person.
INCLUDED IN YOUR HOLIDAY: •First class transportation on an air-conditioned, washroom-equipped motorcoach •Standard accommodations and taxes •Services
of an experienced Tour Director and Driver •Baggage handling, one average piece per person •Travel Bag •Admissions for all attractions and sightseeing as outlined in
the itinerary • Ferry Crossings as indicated •Airport transfer in Halifax and at designated time in St. John’s •Welcome Reception •The Citadel •Peggy’s Cove •Anne
Murray Museum •Hopewell Cape •Fundy National Park •Reversing Falls •St. Andrews by the Sea •Magnetic Hill •World’s largest lobster at Shediac •Confederation
Bridge •Lobster Dinner •Guided tour of Prince Edward Island including: Province House, Anne of Green Gables’ House, Cavendish Beach •Alexander Graham Bell
Museum •Cabot Trail •Picnic Lunch •Cape Breton Highlands National Park • Rita McNeil’s Tea House and Craft Store •Fortress of Louisbourg •Driving Tour of Sydney
area •Gros Morne National Park •Discovery Centre •Silent Witness Memorial •Gander Airport Aviation Display •Terra Nova National Park • Bonavista •Ryan Premises
•Screech-in Ceremony •Trans-Atlantic Cable Provincial Historic Site •Cape Spear •Farewell Dinner •Locally Guided City Tours as outlined in the itinerary: Halifax,
Charlottetown and area, St. John’s •13 Meals Including: 8 Continental Breakfasts, 1 Picnic Lunch on Cabot Trail, 4 Dinners including Lobster Dinner and Farewell Dinner.