Bus Tours - New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island 5-DAY TOUR  
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island 5 Days

Departure Date: Every Saturday

Day 1: Montreal - Fredericton - St. John

Depart from Montreal Place d’Armes metro and head for New Brunswick province. Visit Grand Falls, with its beautiful gorge and its hydro-electricity dam. Then, in Hartland, we can have a view of the longest covered bridge in the world (391 meters), and then visit the Covered Bridge Chips Factory where we can taste the famous potato chips & understand how to make the chips. Then head for Fredericton, the provincial capital of New Brunswick to visit the Legislative Assembly Bldg. & the historic military site - Officers’ Square. Overnight stay in Colonial Inn in St. John.  

Day 2: St. John –Halifax

In the morning, visit the world's famous Reversing Falls at the mouth of St. John River. We’ll understand why the St. John River change its directional flow when the tide changes. Then, head to Halifax. First, we’ll take a Harbor-Hopper to have a wonderful sightseeing tour of  Halifax both on land and at sea to listen to the local knowledgeable guide to tell us everything about Halifax.. Then we visit the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, which is on a hill overlooking the downtown Halifax. The star-shaped fort, completed in 1856, was used to protect Halifax. Then we can enjoy the Atlantic lobster supper at the sea-side restaurant. Overnight stay in Coastal Inn, Halifax. 

Day 3: Halifax – Peggy Cove - Prince Edward Island (PEI) 

Morning, drive along the beautiful coastal road and head for Peggy’s Cove where an old lighthouse standing on a massive granite ledge and fishing boats moored along the wharves are parts of the atmosphere that attract many artists and photographers. Then Head to PEI by crossing the 12.9 km Confederation Bridge, which is the longest bridge in the world built on icy-water. When we arrive in PEI, first, we’ll visit the Province House of Charlottetown, where Canada's confederation was born. Then visit the beautiful red-sand Cavendish Beach in the PEI National Park, as well as another national historic site nearby: Green Gables. It is a farmhouse famous after Lucy Maud Montgomery's tale of fiction "Anne of Green Gable". Explore the places such as Lover's Lane and the Haunted Wood as described in Lucy's story. We can also enjoy the famous PEI’s lobster for supper near hotel. Overnight stay in Hotel in PEI. 

Day 4: Prince Edward Island –Hope Well Rocks – Moncton - Bathurst

We cross Confederation Bridge back to New Brunswick. Explore the Hopewell Rocks, the unique red flowerpot rocks by the Bay of Fundy. Here is famous for its record for the highest tide in the world. Walk on the ocean floor and the tidal flat to experience the amazing tides. After the Hopewell Rocks, go to Magnetic hill in Moncton. Discover the logic behind the car moves up the hill with its engine off. Then head for the lobster capital of the world – Shediac, the world's largest lobster statue. Then we continue to head north to have overnight stay in Comfort Inn in Bathurst.   

Day 5: Bathurst–Campbelton--Riviere-du-Loop--Montreal

Depart for Campbelton, famous salmon- fishing town & its giant Salmon Statue. Then  head to Riviere-du-Loop to enjoy a 4 hr. exciting cruise for whale-watching to discover this unique whale refuge in St-Laurent River . There are many kinds of whales swimming from Atlantic Ocean up to here in every summer, such as Finback whale, Minke whale, Beluga whale, & if we are lucky, we may have the chance to see the largest whale – Blue whale. After that, we’ll come back to Montreal around 10pm.

Departure Time:
7:00am: Metro Place d’Armes, Chinatown ( St. Urbain)
7:20am: 8080 Taschereau, Brossard, QC;

General Information and Conditions:
1.Concord Tour & Travel reserves the right to cancel or amend the schedule when necessary. Each group requires a minimum 35 paid customers. We regret that occasionally it is necessary to cancel a tour because of insufficient demand or other operational reasons. Should this occur, Concord Tour will suggest an alternate tour, if that tour is unacceptable, Concord Tour will refund all monies paid, there is no additional liability.
2.Payments: deposits are payable at time of booking. Full payments due eight (8) days before departure. Cancellation received in writing eight (8) days before group departure, full refund. Any cancellation received in less than eight (8) days, no refund will be entertained.

Tour Fee
(Canadian Currency):

Cost:
Quad $188
Triple $268
Double $368
Single $598

Included:
Deluxe motor coach, hotel accommodation and tour guide.

Not Included:
service fee for tour guide and driver ($6/day/Adult, $4/day/Child),Meals, travel insurance, entrance fee

Entrance Fee:
Entrance package fee for all maritime provinces attractions: Adult: $55
Child (2-12) $45

Harbor-Hopper Tour($29/$18),

whale-watching ($65/$35)


All customers are strongly recommended to arrange their own travel insurance, our staff will be happy to assist. The above price is only for information only and subject to change according to seasons.