Unleash your inner explorer in the remote wilds of eastern Canada. Discover this region’s rich colonial past amid stunning natural settings. Admire the unparalleled beauty of the rugged coast of the Canadian Maritimes. Cruise along the wide expanse of the St. Lawrence River and marvel at the dramatic cliffs and wildlife of the Saguenay River Valley.

Enjoy a walking tour of Lunenburg, Canada’s best model of a planned British colonial settlement.

Cruise the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the world’s largest estuary. The gateway to the Great Lakes, it is home to many protected natural areas.

Explore Charlottetown, unique architecture, and gold colored shorelines. Stroll through downtown, visit the local shops and partake of the ocean-to-table cuisine. Or immerse yourself in the life of a lobsterman and savor the traditional lobster meal on board his fishing vessel.

Admire the striking sandstone cliffs and sea caves of Cap-aux-Meules, while paddling a sea kayak, or spot harbor and gray seals during a zodiac ride to uninhabited Brion Island. Savor the natural beauty of the Magdalen Islands during a horseback ride or meet with local artisans and sample traditional Acadian cuisine.

Cruise the waters of the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park in search of the elusive beluga whale or visit a family-run organic farm for a guided tour and delicious lunch created with fresh ingredients.

Immerse yourself in the stunning beauty of the Canadian wilderness during an ascent to the summit of Mont-Sainte-Anne, where you will be treated to sweeping views of Quebec City, the St. Lawrence River and more.

Check out the food scene in Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market, a paradise for foodies.  Pay a visit to the Distillery District which is now home to North America’s largest collection of Victorian-era industrial architecture and many small shops, boutiques and cafes.

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