Q: What three things do New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island all have in common?
A: They’re beautiful in the fall, they have a rich multi-cultural heritage tied to the land and sea, and Meredith Travel will be visiting all three from September 26-October 5, 2017.
Do come join us as Meredith Travel takes its first New World tour. Beginning in English colonial Halifax, the itinerary will move eastward up the coast to the largest 18th Century French fortress in North America, the Fortress of Louisbourg. As we travel north along the beautiful Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island, you may be struck by how much it resembles the coast of Scotland—perhaps some consolation to those transported by England in the 18th and early 19th centuries.
Throughout the tour, you will observe how the Native American, Scottish, Irish, French Acadian, and English cultures are still expressed in language, customs, folkways, and food. Learn firsthand about the importance of fishing to all who have lived here, from the Mi’kmaq — who undoubtedly were the first to greet both the Vikings and, much later, Englishman John Cabot — to the fishermen who maintain the scallop and lobster beds today.
As always, this Meredith Travel tour will visit UNESCO World Heritage sites, historic cities, stunning natural wonders, and off-the-beaten path destinations, all of which provide unexpected and memorable rewards.
For more information about our Fall Color in Canada tour to the Maritime Provinces, or to reserve your space, contact Denise Parker at (919) 760-8051 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Meredith Travel Tour News
We’re happy to report that the Cuba tour scheduled for March 2017, has filled, and so quickly that we are planning a second trip for spring of 2018. But if you’re still looking for that perfect holiday gift, there are a couple of spaces remaining on the June French River Cruise. Contact Denise!