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A Taste of the Maritimes

A tour through Canada's Eastern Provinces

King Charles really didn't look himself!

With brooding eyes, a receding hairline, and ears too big to be human, I couldn't help but laugh. Poor Charlie, the British monarch probably didn't expect to be fashioned as a stuffed farm ornament! He was just one of the many famous celebrities, rock stars, film icons and storybook characters, lampooned at Mahone Bay's popular - Scarecrow Festival!

Join Voyageurfred on an adventurous and engrossing tour of Eastern Canada's four Maritime provinces. Cruise through Newfoundland's stunning fiords at Gros Morne National Park, then tour the silky red sandy beaches at Prince Edward Island National Park, with its rustic country churches, and the fabled home of Anne of Green Gables.

The next stop is New Brunswick's mist-shrouded coast and a trek through Fundy National Park, a look at historic Fredericton, then onward to Nova Scotia's massive, 300-year-old French stone and wood fortress at Louisbourg. A visit to Halifax's famous British fortress called the Citadel, complete with marching soldiers, is on the itinerary too!

Enriched by folk songs from notable Maritime musicians, and stimulating historical and cultural dialogue, this picturesque 4,000km road trip and odyssey through the heart of Atlantic Canada, will have you humming along!

Ship ahoy... we hope to see you there matey!

Created and produced by
Montreal adventure photographer and raconteur

Frederic Hore
Not to be missed!