Charlottetown is an incredibly vibrant seaside city. It’s full of historic charm, seemingly never-ending festivals and events, artisan shops and world-class restaurants. For this section of the Coastal Drive, you’ll want to park the car and walk through the city streets, along the boardwalk, or hop on a boat for a different view.
Grand-Pré is a powerful monument that unites the Acadian people. Visitors to the site will uncover the tale of Le Grand Dérangement: a tragic event in Acadian history that has shaped the vibrant culture of modern-day Acadians across the globe through its quiet but powerful renaissance. The site commemorates the Grand Pré area as a centre of Acadian settlement from 1682 to 1755 and the Deportation of the Acadians, which began in 1755 and continued until 1762. For many Acadians throughout the world, the site remains the heart of their ancestral homeland and the symbol of the ties that unite them to this day.
Settled in 1754 and founded on the shipbuilding and logging industries, the history of Mahone Bay is rich in tradition. Discover the story at the Settlers Museum, then find your favourite spot along the historic harbourfront to capture one of the most photographed views in Nova Scotia, the Three Churches of Mahone Bay.
Maximum Persons Per Tour : Six / If your party exceeds six then a quantity of two must be selected in the cart to dispatch two vehicles and two driver/guides.
As with all our excursions, nothing is fixed, and we can customize our shore excursions to suit each client's particular needs, requests and requirements.