Magical Maritimes

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  • Location
    Nova Scotia
  • Date
    July 5 - 13, 2018
  • Price
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New Brunswick is blessed with fresh seafood, the warmest salt water in Canada, the world’s highest tides, Acadian culture, untouched nature, musical talent, and countless hidden gems throughout the province. Friendly people with unique cultures can’t wait to show you the jaw-dropping beauty and all around fun of this place. Travelling south on to our next adventure, almost completely surrounded by ocean, the beautiful province of Nova Scotia. A place where you can feel your pace fall in sync with the rhythm of the sea, as the clean salt air breathes life into an afternoon.


For many, Nova Scotia evokes images of seascapes. To the south and east, the Atlantic crashes against rocky outcrops or washes placidly over white sand. To the northwest, Fundy tides—the highest in the world—recede to reveal mudflats, then rush back in, raising the sea level by more than 50 feet. To the north, warm, relatively shallow Northumberland Strait flows between Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, providing a livelihood for fishermen on both sides. Nova Scotia is one of the world’s largest exporters of seafood, particularly lobsters. But the province is much more than its coastline alone; its coastal capital, Halifax, is a lively and attractive business and tourism hub.


New Brunswick’s varied landscape, coastal setting and charming, small-town atmosphere makes it a traveller’s delight. On the southern coast of New Brunswick is the Bay of Fundy, which is surrounded with sandstone cliffs and warm sandy beaches, and is home to Fundy National Park and Grand Manan Island. Situated a little further south is the charming town of St. Andrews, which has the distinction of being one of Canada’s oldest seaside resort towns.

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7:00 am Depart from Kingston Shrine Club 3260 Princess St. (parking). Regular stops will be made en route. This morning we begin our journey, travelling through Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick, where we will spend our first night in Edmundston, New Brunswick. We will stay at The Four Points Sheraton. Dinner is included tonight.
Hotel: Chateau Edmunston (506) 739-7321
Meals: Dinner
  We start our day with a continental breakfast, continuing into New Brunswick before arriving in the beautiful city of Moncton. We will stay overnight at the Delta, Beausjour. Dinner is included tonight.
Hotel: Delta Beausjour (506) 854-4344
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
  After a buffet breakfast we will depart the hotel and follow along the Fundy Coastal Drive. Hopewell Rocks should prove to be one of the highlights of our tour. Curious rock formations have been formed by the massive tides. We have hired a local guide to educate us on this fascinating attraction, which made the short list on the “New Seven Wonders of the World”. Our destination tonight is Halifax. Our hotel for the next 3 nights is the Delta Barrington. Dinner is included tonight. We will be having the Gala Buffet which includes an optional lobster dinner for those who are interested. 
  Over the next few days we will enjoy all that Halifax has to offer. Each morning you will enjoy a hot breakfast. One morning we will join a local guide for an informative and fun-filled ride through the streets of Halifax to learn about the history and culture of the city. Hear of Halifax’s war years and of the exploits and heroism of the citizens who lived through the devastating Halifax Explosion. Visit the Fairview Lawn Cemetery to learn about the local connection to the Titanic disaster. From tales of disaster and triumph to remarkable stories of everyday life, discover the people and places that have made Halifax one of the most unique and captivating cities in North America! 
  The balance of the day and evening are free to explore on your own. On Monday, we travel to Peggy’s Cove, one of the most popular stops in Atlantic Canada. The renowned fishing village and famous lighthouse set on rocky shores are a photographer’s paradise. Despite its popularity, this tiny fishing village has been able to keep the same relaxed atmosphere that has made it famous. The scenery is spectacular. The afternoon is yours and then we will meet for a wonderful included dinner.
Hotel: Delta Barrington (902) 429-7410
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
  After our hot breakfast, we will begin our drive to Digby, Nova Scotia to catch the ferry to St. John. There is a cafeteria, video arcade, discovery zone, and a movie presentation for you to utilize during the 2.5 hour crossing. St John is perched at the mouth of the scenic St. John River. From the ocean floor to the dance floor, this dynamic port city is equal parts charm and adventure. Picturesque waterfront. Beautifully preserved architecture. 
  Bustling city farmers’ markets. Saint John’s striking historic downtown core has an intriguing past with a modern edge—quaint, steep narrow streets lined with great mix of shops, boutiques and an exciting nightlife and culinary scene—urban bistros, lively pubs, fine urban dining, authentic ethnic eateries, and, of course, some of the most delicious seafood around. We will be spending the next 2 nights at the Delta Brunswick in St. John. The rest of the afternoon and evening are yours to discover.
Hotel: Delta Brunswick (506) 648-1981
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
  After today’s hot breakfast, we will have a daylong tour of St. John and the surrounding area. One of our stops will be at the New Brunswick Museum. Whale sightings are guaranteed at the New Brunswick Museum, with full-size models and skeletons on display all year round. Hear whale songs, view the Tidal Tower, get up close and personal with Baleen, and meet lively presenters offering interactive activities that will introduce you to the province’s forestry, military and shipbuilding roots. Take in the exquisite collection of historical furnishings and artworks from New Brunswick and around the world. There’s something for everyone at the Museum! Once back at the hotel we will have an included Maritime Buffet together.  
Hotel: Delta Brunswick (506) 648-1981
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
  After our breakfast, we retrace our steps back to Edmundston. We will stay overnight at The Four Points by Sheraton. Tonight is our final dinner together.
Hotel: Chateau Edmunston (506) 739-7321

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
  Today, after an included breakfast, we say goodbye to the wonders of the East Coast! We will continue back through Quebec and Ontario arriving home in the early evening.
Meals: Breakfast

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  • Round trip transportation aboard a deluxe motor coach
  • 8 nights’ accommodation with breakfast
  • 6 dinners including 1 lobster dinner
  • Guided tour of Halifax
  • Visit to Peggy’s Cove and Hopewell Rocks / Fundy National Park with a guided tour
  • Ferry to St. John from Digby
  • Guided tour of St. John
  • Portage of one suitcase per person
  • Services of a Maple Leaf Tour Director & Professional Driver
  • Meal taxes, gratuities & room taxes
$2,149 TAX INCL
$2,049 TAX INCL
$1,949 TAX INCL
$2,849 TAX INCL
Occupancy: Double (2 to a room) Triple (3 to a room) Quad (4 to a room) Single (1 to a room)
Price is listed per person including tax.
  • A deposit of $100 is required at the time of booking.
  • Balance is due 60 days prior to departure.
  • Refunds are not available within 30 days of travel
Promo codes applicable until April 5, 2018
$50 OFF for Single Occupancy use NOVA1
$100 OFF for Double Occupancy use NOVA2
$150 OFF for Triple Occupancy use NOVA3
$200 OFF for Quad Occupancy use NOVA4

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5:30 am Depart Belleville Maple Leaf Office at 81 Millennium Parkway (parking)
6:00 am Depart Napanee Flying J Northeast Corner of the Parking Lot
7:00 am Depart Depart Kingston Shrine Club 3260 Princess Street (parking)
7:15 am Depart Gananoque HWY#2 Carpool Lot
6:45 am Depart Ottawa Robbies Restaurant 1531 St Laurent Blvd (parking)
7:10 am Depart Ottawa All Saints Lutheran Church 1061 Pinecrest Rd (parking)
7:40 am Depart Kemptville Stinson’s Gas Bar HWY 43
7:45 am Depart Brockville Food Basics

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Chateau Edmundston (506) 739-7321
Directly connected to the convention centre and just blocks from the U.S. border, the Edmundston hotel is conveniently located near many popular restaurants, museums, and shopping venues. Plus, the Trans-Canada Highway is only 10 minutes away. With over 21,000 square feet of flexible space, stick around and enjoy one of our famous Best Brews™ or a delicious meal at our Edmundston restaurant, Frank’s Bar & Grill.

Delta Beausjour (506) 854-4344
Among downtown shops and restaurants, this classic hotel is 1 block from City Hall and the Capitol Theatre, and an 11-minute walk from VIA Rail trains. Modern rooms provide free WiFi, air-conditioning and flat-screen TVs, in addition to minifridges and coffeemakers. All come with designer toiletries and bathtubs. Amenities include a river-view mineral water pool and a fitness centre, plus a day-spa offering treatments for a fee. There’s fine-dining and bistro-style restaurants, plus a self-serve cafe for Starbucks coffee.

Delta Barrington (902) 429-7410
A minutes’ walk from Halifax City Hall, this traditional business hotel is a 2-minute walk from the World Trade & Convention Centre and 5 minutes from the Halifax Ferry Terminal. 
The standard, air-conditioned rooms all include free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, and have minifridges and sitting areas.
There’s a heated indoor pool and a fitness center. Meeting and conference facilities are also available, as well as valet parking (surcharge).

Delta Brunswick (506) 648-1981
A 2-minute walk from City Hall and a waterfront plaza, this modern hotel sits atop Brunswick Square mall and is connected to Market Square shopping center. It’s 600m from Route 1 and the Harbour Station Arena. Classic, air-conditioned rooms provide free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Along with an indoor pool and whirlpool, amenities include an exercise room and laundry facilities. Local cuisine is served in a contemporary restaurant/bar.



Peggy’s Cove
Hopewell Rocks / Fundy National Park
Fairview Lawn Cemetery
New Brunswick Museum

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Cancellation & Medical Insurance is strongly recommended for overnight tours and out of country travel. Travel Insurance is available for purchase through Maple Leaf Tours.
  • For the comfort of fellow travellers, kindly refrain from using scented products
  • Tipping for driver and escort is voluntary depending on quality of service

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