Canada's east coast
Famous for its warm hospitality and incredible beauty, Canada's east coast is a must-see for its unique experiences. From harbour villages where the scent of fresh chowder wafts through the air to lighthouse-studded coastlines. Escape from the day-to-day with a revitalizing journey through Canada's magical Maritime provinces. The landscape varies from sheltered coves of pine-covered offshore islands to high rock cliffs battered by waves and wind, and usually fronted by reams of green-blue ocean.
Newfoundland and Labrador is located on the eastern edge of North America, with the North Atlantic Ocean at the doorstep. Newfoundland is home to Iceberg Alley, one of the best places in the world to view icebergs. Just off the coast, the meeting of the cool Labrador Current and the warm Gulf Stream creates an abundance of marine life that attracts thousands of whales, and provides rich nesting grounds for millions of seabirds.
Almost completely surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Nova Scotia offers plenty of coastline to explore. Navigate the sea-sculpted coast of the South Shore past weathered fishing villages, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Old Town Lunenburg, beaches, bays, and a plethora of lighthouses - including the famous beacon at Peggy’s Cove.