Atlantic Canada Explorer
© Michelle Valberg
See the legendary wild horses of Sable Island
Be among the lucky few to have experienced the wonder of the famous wild horses of Sable Island, living protected and free one hundred miles off the coast of Nova Scotia!
Learn the island’s compelling history of shipwrecks and forced expulsions and enjoy the sights and sounds of the world’s largest colony of grey seals.
Spot whales and birds in rich marine environments
Keep your binoculars at the ready to see an abundance of marine and avian wildlife. Enjoy a Zodiac cruise at the Bird Islands, a critical nesting and breeding area for seabirds.
Spend time out on deck in the Gully Marine Protected Area to spot deep-diving whales and dolphins. On Sable Island, add the endemic Ipswich sparrow to your birding life list.
© Dennis Minty
Visit three Canadian provinces and the French island of Saint-Pierre
Check Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland off your bucket list—and visit Europe without ever leaving North America, with a stop in historic Saint-Pierre!
In a single trip by sea, you can maximize your time for adventure.
Immerse yourself in history at the Fortress of Louisbourg
Visit a living museum that tells the story of colonial struggle between French and British settlers at the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site on Cape Breton Island.
Wander the fortress and immerse yourself in re-enacted history.
© Dennis Minty
Hike stunning vistas on the remote south shore of Newfoundland
Admire outstanding geology and gorgeous botanical life. Spot plentiful birds, whales, and other wildlife.
Explore this beautiful and windswept coast dotted with bays, coves, and remote outport communities.