2016 Atlantic Canada Caravan including Newfoundland

June 19 - August 6, 2016 Andrews, NB

You’ll love the Atlantic Canada Caravan and everything it has to offer with its charming fishing villages, lighthouses, expansive forests, lobster suppers, and huge tides. Add to this the warm hospitality of the friendly people who inhabit this region and some of the most spectacular and accessible coastal drives in North America. It’s easy to see why the Atlantic Canada Caravan is a popular destination for RV travelers.

Days 1-3: St. Andrews, NB
• Welcome social and caravan orientation
• Welcome dinner at the Algonquin Hotel
• City tour of St. Andrews to include a tour of Minister’s Island
• Lunch
• Huntsman Aquarium Museum

Days 4-5: Saint John, NB
• Market Square
• New Brunswick Museum
• Lunch at Grannan’s
• City tour of St. John to include the Reversing Falls

Days 6-7: Hopewell Cape, NB
• Fundy National Park
• Hopewell Rocks

Day 8: Debert, NS

Days 9-11: Parkers Cove, NS
• Candlelight Graveyard Tour
• Port Royal National Historic Site
• Tidal Power Generating Station
• Port Royal Habitation
• Fort Anne National Historic Site
• Annapolis Royal’s beautiful Historic Gardens
• Lunch in Annapolis
• Free day

Day 12-13: Lunenburg, NS
• Lunenburg Fisheries Museum
• Evening dinner at the Old Fish Factory
• Free day

Days 14-17: Halifax, NS
• Tour of the Citadel
• Maritime Museum
• Lunch
• Peggy’s Cove
• Dinner at the Five Fishermen’s Restaurant
• The Nova Scotia International Tattoo
• Free day

Days 18-21: Cape Breton, NS
• Bus tour of Cape Breton Highland National Park
• Fortress of Louisbourg Tour
• Free day

Day 22:
• 14-16 hour Marine Atlantic Ferry transfer North Sydney, NS to Argentia, NL
• Sleeping cabin

Days 23-25: St. John’s, NL
• City Tour of St. John’s to include Cape Spear National Historic Site, Signal Hill, and lunch
• Boat tour to the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve
• Pancake breakfast
• Free day

Days 26-27: Terra Nova National Park
• Free day

Days 28-30: Gander, NL
• Evening dinner with entertainment
• City tour of Gander
• Auk Island Winery
• Historic Long Point Lighthouse
• Tour of Twillingate to include lunch

Days 31-32: Rocky Harbour, NL
• Free day
• Optional tour of Gros Morne National Park
• Optional Western Brook Pond Tour

Days 33-34: Port au Choix, NL
• 2 free days OR optional overnight tour to Labrador

Days 35-37: St. Anthony, NL
• Viking Feast
• Tour of Norstead
• L’Annse aux Meadows National Historic Park
• Lunch at a local restaurant
• Grenfell Historic Properties

Day 38: Port au Choix, NL

Day 39: Rocky Harbour, NL

Days 40-41: Doyles, NL
• Bus tour of Southwestern Newfoundland to include lunch
• Free day
• “Newfie Night” to include “Screech-In”

Days 42-43: Cape Breton, NS 
• 5-6-hour Marine Atlantic ferry transfer from Port aux Basque, NL to North Sydney, NS
• Evening dinner at the campground

Day 44: Debert, NS

Days 45-48: Charlottetown, PEI
• City tour of Charlottetown
• Dinner at New Glasgow Lobster House
• Lunch at Prince Edward Island Preserve Company
• Green Gables
• Cavendish Beach
• “Anne of Green Gables”
• Free day
• Farewell dinner

Day 49: Departure
• Farewell continental breakfast

Optional Labrador Tour:
During your stay in Port au Choix, NL (Days 33-34), two days are scheduled as free days. During this time you can tour the Viking Coastline on your own or travel by ferry (optional) for overnight tour to Labrador where you will tour the Red Bay Area by motor coach. Information on the optional Labrador Tour will be e-mailed out to you on or before March 1, 2016. Optional overnight tour to Labrador is not included in your caravan price.

PRICE INCLUDES: Caravan hosts and tailenders, camping fees, admission to attractions and meals noted in the itinerary, ferry transfer from Sydney, NS to Argentia, NL to include sleeping cabin, ferry transfer from Port aux Basque, NL to Sydney, NS, transportation to events scheduled except when traveling a short distance where guests will use their tow cars, taxes and gratuities.

NOTE: The electric service on this caravan will not always accommodate your air conditioner or electric heater.

IMPORTANT: Identification is necessary for Customs and Immigration. It is required for all travelers to carry a valid passport when crossing the U.S./Canadian borders.
Tow cars are recommended on this event. CB Radios are required. Tow Car to Newfoundland in 2015: $210.00.

NOTE ON PETS: You must bring a certificate issued by a licensed American or Canadian veterinarian clearly identifying the pet and certifying that it has been vaccinated against rabies. There are restrictions when traveling with pets on the Marine Atlantic Ferry. For information regarding pets on the Marine Atlantic Ferry, please go to their website at www.marineatlantic.ca. Go to “Before you Board”, then click on “Pets”.

NOTE: This event is subject to change without prior notice due to circumstances beyond our control, or for the best interest of the participants.

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