Canada and New England

Canada and New England

Along the coastline of Canada & New England is where the deep-blue sea meets rich autumn hues. Witness the changing fall foliage, one of nature’s amazing spectacles. It’s also where you’ll travel back to the Gilded Age and explore Bar Harbor, an opulent summer retreat built for the 19th-century elite. Québec City’s iconic Chateau Frontenac is where you’ll find the best views of the Saint Lawrence River. And be sure to save an afternoon for a true “downeast” lobster bake.

Canada’s eastern coast deliver a wealth of breath-taking destinations - from towering cliffs and long peaceful beaches, to picturesque bays and charming villages, there is no shortage of ways to discover the sights and enjoy the renowned hospitality of this area.

New England is a beautiful and distinctly American region, there are spectacular sandy beaches, mansions, vineyards and marinas, alongside such historical sites as Boston, the birthplace of the American Revolution. Lighthouses are scattered along the picturesque coastline where whale watching is a major draw.

Things to do
  • Walk the Freedom Trail in Boston
  • Dine on fresh seafood in Cape Cod
  • Whale watch
  • Go hiking in stunning National Parks
  • Visit the awe-inspiring Niagara Falls
  • Learn about maritime history in Halifax