For the pleasure of twins, international cities and miles of unspoiled rural hearted, Atlantic Canada side is the place to visit. Known as the maritime provinces, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick are an excellent focus for adventure beaches peppered with exciting nightlife and a chance to get up close to the natural habitat of rare birds and other animal species.
Halifax and Nova Scotia
A useful tour may begin in Halifax, Nova Scotia (5.5 hours flying time from the United Kingdom). Halifax is a city that is alive with a deep connection to the United Kingdom as a dependency in the United Kingdom was formed. You can visit the Castle Hill with the 19th-century fortress in the shape of a star (a National Historic Site of Canada), public parks, harbor with his military heritage. You can also visit the Fairview Cemetery, where more than 100 people who died aboard the Titanic wreck has found their resting place. The banks also has many traditional pubs offering local ales and Gaelic song, just a reminder, that the first part completed by Scottish Highlanders – hence the name "New Scotland"-Nova Scotia.
Halifax is also the base for a tour of one of the most photographed locations n Canada, Cove Peggy, who was ignored by the House only to light Canada which has a post office.
Cape Breton Island
After Halifax, trips to Cape Breton, is said to be one of the early European settlements in North America, can be followed by live in Baddeck. Baddeck has a Museum dedicated to the hot and famous former inventor Alexander Graham Bell. Baddeck is also providing the basis for a circular tour of Cabot, trail on highways carved high into the mountains, taking in Cape Breton National Park and a traditional village where some habit of Scotland are still the norm.
Price Edward Island
The journey from Nova Scotia to Prince Edward Island is by ferry from Caribou to Charlottetown through Strait of Northumbria. Historic Charlottetown is where Canada Union was discussed and passed in 1864, and is the capital of the island. The city also has a large colorful George Street and the beach restored and crowded. It is also a gateway to the rest of Price Edward Island, which includes outstanding PEI National Park with its sandstone, sandstone cliffs, forests, salt marshes and some excellent beaches.
Beyond the price Edward Island to New Brunswick was an experience in itself, through the 8-mile Confederation Bridge. Here you can visit the Arcadian villages of Boutouche and Le Pays de Sagouine, this latter being the village alive with theatre, music, comedy and live entertainment are all geared to the unique culture of the Arcadian. You may also want to try to catch your own lobster and enjoy good seafood dinner on board cruise ships specially-organized.
Other New Brunswick town to visit was Monckton and of course Fredericton, the capital, with much of the history of recreating the life and times of the themed early settlers.
St. John's and Bay of Fundy
After the Fredericton you may travel to the Bay of Fundy and St. John 's, with a concentration of more than 20 species of whales, including Humpbacks, Finbacks, Minkes and endangered Right Whales. Cruises operate to make sure you have every opportunity to see wonderful creatures.
Saint John itself has its own charm, with easy style and lots of good restaurants with local specialities including the fiddlehead (violin-shaped ferns that grow along the banks of the river), tarte au sucre (sugar cookie Brayonnne) or poutine (raw and grated mashed potatoes wrapped in fresh pork). Have an interesting old town Market and "Reversing Falls" in which the water flowed backwards because the strength of the incoming waves.
The back route to Halifax, takes you through the Hopewell Rocks, where you can view the highest tides in the world can rise to 50 meters.
There is a lot to discover in the region of Canada. Any trip can be easily maintained by rent a car drive away, but the maritime provinces just lend themselves to a tour of 14 or 18 days to coach those who prefer to leave the driving and plans for others.