Treasures of New Brunswick
New Brunswick is a province with a long national history, dramatic natural landscapes and vibrant communities and cultures shaped by European and aboriginal settlers over the last thousand years. This 9-night package takes you across this fascinating maritime province, showcasing the best of wildlife viewing areas and historic sites, with the rugged coastline never very far away. Get a sense of the ancient Native cultures that inhabited the region for generations and the European settlers that formed the foundation for the modern society of Canada today. Combined with unique geographic features such as Hopewell Rocks and the  gravity-defying Magnetic Hill, this east coast experience will both thrill and delight you.
Day 1: Arrival in Halifax
Arrive at Halifax International Airport and transfer independently to your downtown hotel. Pick-up your Jonview Canada Roadbook at the front desk as you check-in. Remainder of the day is at leisure for exploring this bustling oceanside city. Overnight in Halifax.

Day 2: Halifax to Moncton
Today you depart Halifax and travel thought the heart of Nova Scotia. Skirting around the eastern shores of Cobequid Bay and the small town of Truro, you head north towards the provincial border leading into New Brunswick. Small towns like Oxford and Amherst dot the route along the highway, offering interesting glimpses into Eastern Canada lifestyles and communities. Arriving in the small city of Moncton in the afternoon, the remainder of the day is yours to explore the surrounding area. Overnight in Moncton.
Activity: Visit the “the lobster capital of the world” and experience the lively charms of Acadia hospitality in this beautiful coastal area. On this ocean cruise you will learn to haul real lobster traps, prepare them in the tradition Shediac way, and finally savour a
mouthwatering lobster dinner on board an authentic Atlantic fishing boat. Cool salt-water breezes, sparkling blue waters and warm smiles make this Atlantic adventure a seaside treat.

Day 3: Moncton to Saint John
This morning’s short drive to Saint John leaves you ample time to discover the beauty of this small city on the Bay of Fundy. The waters of the bay provide a prime location for outdoor enthusiasts, wildlife viewing or long walks along the historic portlands of the city as the large cruising vessels steam into their berths. The many museums, city parks and a central zoo provide entertainment for all visitors of every taste. Overnight in Saint John.
Activity: Participants embark on a ‘Kayak the Rocks” tour - a unique, world -high sea kayaking adventure on the Bay of Fundy. The small group paddles amongst the giant rock formations, known as the Flowerpot Rocks when they become tiny islands after the 18 metre tides flood the shoreline. Paddling at the head of the bay where the tidal range reaches its maximum height, the tour can be considered ‘the highest tidal paddling experience on earth\".

Day 4:Saint John
Today you have another day to explore the sights and sounds of Canada’s oldest incorporated city. Perhaps take some time to discover a new delicacy at the Saint. John Farmer’s Market, or spend the afternoon geo-hiking at the Stonehammer Geopark – North America’s only UNESCO-recognized geopark. Overnight in Saint John.

Day 5:Saint John to St. Andrews- By-The- Sea
Departing Saint John, you drive east along the coast of the beautiful Bay of Fundy. Known for its dramatic tides and spectacular rock formations formed over eons of erosion, the highway winds through some of the most picturesque east coast scenery in Canada. Arriving in St. Andrews-by-the-sea, you have the remainder of the day to visit the wide beaches, shop the unique downtown markets or enjoy one of the many public gardens and parks of this picturesque community on the water. Overnight in St. Andrews-by-the-sea.

Day 6: St. Andrews- By-The- Sea
Today you experience the thrill of racing across the waves of the Fundy coastal waters in a high-speed rigid hull Zodiac boat. Your small group of fellow participants and guide will be on the lookout for massive humpback, finback or minke whales cresting the surface as they feed along the route their annual migration. Colourful puffins dot the cliff sides as bald eagles and razorbills wheel in the crisp skies overhead. The remainder of the day is free to explore this quintessential Canadian town where the echoes of its dramatic past still can be heard today amidst the historic buildings and white clapboard houses of colonial loyalists. Overnight in St Andrews-by-the-Sea.

Day 7: St. Andrews- By-The- Sea to Fredericton
Today you head north inland en route to Fredericton. After your short drive you have ample time to explore the many visitor attractions of this maritime city. You may wish to stop in Fredericton and visit the historic Garrison District. Several of the buildings at this site have retained their original heritage architecture, creating a remarkably old world feel in the centre of a modern city. The adjacent York-Sunbury Museum features a live noon hour theatre five days a week during the summer months, and outdoor concerts in the evening. Don’t miss the Changing of the Guard where costumed footmen march to Officers\' Square accompanied by the pipes and drum. Overnight in Fredericton.
Activity: Step into the province’s distant past with a visit to an outdoor Living History Museum, recreating the lives of New Brunswickers in the 1800s. Visitors are provided with a village map to make their way through the site at their own pace and schedule, allowing for ample time to investigate how the first colonists lived and worked during the often hard and unforgiving periods of the area’s early days.

Day 8: Fredericton
New Brunswick’s capital city is rich in culture and riverside beauty. At either Odell or Wilmot parks, you’re sure to find the perfect picnic spot after a refreshing walk or hike. For more outdoor activities, you may enjoy as visit to Mactaquac Provincial Park featuring a broad woodland and recreation complex along the scenic St. John River. Downtown’s Officers Square hosts free outdoor concerts, films and theatre throughout the summer months. Included in your package
is admission to Kings Landing Historic Settlement, an outdoor Living History Museum recreating the lives of New Brunswickers in the 1800s. Visitors are provided with a village map and make their way through the site at their own pace. Overnight in Fredericton.

Day 9: Fredericton to Halifax
Today you head southeast to cross the landbridge connecting New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, with the Bay of Fundy on one side and the Northumberland Strait on the other. If time permits, you may wish to stop off at Fundy National Park, featuring access to the rugged bay coastline that rises up to the Acadian Highlands, the highest tides in the world, and more than 25 waterfalls in a pristine forest setting. Continue on Halifax where the evening is yours at leisure. Overnight in Halifax.
Day 10: End of Tour
Today you check out of your hotel and drive to Halifax International Airport for your return flight.



Day

Standard Accomodation

Location

1

Hampton Inn by Hilton or Atlantica Hotel Halifax

Halifax

2

Amsterdam Inn & Suites Moncton or Coastal Inn Moncton

Moncton

3 & 4

Howard Johnson Fort Howe Plaza or Travelodge Suites Saint John

Saint John

5 & 6

St Andrew\'s Motor Inn or Rossmount Inn

St. Andrews-by-the- Sea

7 & 8

Amsterdam Inn & Suites - Fredericton or Riverside Resort & Conference Centre

Fredericton

9

Hampton Inn by Hilton or Atlantica Hotel Halifax

Halifax

10


End of Tour

• Accommodation for 9 nights
• Day 6, St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, Fundy Marine Wildlife and
  Whalewatching Tour
• A personalised Jonview Canada Roadbook, containing essential travel
  information featuring overview notes of the area of travel, local
  sightseeing and attractions, daily itinerary highlights, provincial maps
  with city guides and hotel vouchers
• Provincial Taxes and Federal GST and/or HST, less tour package rebate

NOT INCLUDED
• Airport transfers
• Meals and attractions unless otherwise specified
• Bridge or road tolls
• Car rental, taxes and insurance


STANDARDTwin Single Triple Quad Child (5-12)
£489.00£911.00£362.00£301.00£105.00