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Gaspé & The Atlantic Provinces

  • Destination: Canada RV Tours
  • Duration: 58 days

June 23 – Aug 19, 2017

June 30 – Aug 26, 2017

July 07 – Sept 02, 2017

Two Per / RV $10,695 Two Per / RV $10,695 Two Per / RV $10,695
One Per / RV $8,395 One Per / RV $8,395 One Per / RV $8,395
Additional Guest $4,395 Additional Guest $4,395 Additional Guest $4,395

June 22 – Aug 18, 2018

June 29 – Aug 25, 2018

July 06 – Sept 01, 2018

Two Per / RV $10,995 Two Per / RV $10,995 Two Per / RV $10,995
One Per / RV $8,895 One Per / RV $8,895 One Per / RV $8,895
Additional Guest $4,595 Additional Guest $4,595 Additional Guest $4,595

June 28 – Aug 24, 2019

July 05 – Aug 31, 2019

July 12 – Sept 07, 2019

Two Per / RV $11,395 Two Per / RV $11,395 Two Per / RV $11,395
One Per / RV $9,095 One Per / RV $9,095 One Per / RV $9,095
Additional Guest $4,795 Additional Guest $4,795 Additional Guest $4,795

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Beyond the 31-Day Tour is a land of people and cultures individual in every way. Filled with a rich history, quirky traditions and a truly unique outlook on the qualities of life… lose yourself in a magical land and celebrate this life changing experience.

This Caravan does it all. We include the beautiful and ever popular Gaspé Peninsula and travel to all five Atlantic Maritime Provinces. We rendezvous in Hermon, Maine.

Look around, breathe in and touch the true nature of the Gaspé. It is recognized for its beauty.

Learn all about the Acadians on our visit to Caraquet, and the geological phenomenon of the Flower Pot Rocks in Hopewell Cape. Wow- the diversification of New Brunswick.

We’ll enjoy Prince Edward Island, the land of ‘Anne of Green Gables’, warm hospitality, mouth-watering seafood, striking red soil, and fine white beaches.

Nova Scotia ranges from traditional to avant-garde, from bagpipes to world-class golf. Settled by the French, English, Scottish, Irish & Welsh. Its nickname: “Canada’s ocean playground.” Our stops give us a well-rounded history of this wonderful peninsula.

Newfoundland is a gem of history. From the Vikings to Marconi to the most recent oil find, this island is a wealth of history. The ‘Newfie’ people are a special breed of warmth & fun.

This is a trip of a lifetime!

Itinerary

Day 1
Hermon, ME
● Get Acquainted Orientation and Party
● Welcome Dinner
Day 2 - 4
St Nicholas, Quebec
● Guided Quebec City Motorcoach Tour
● Old Quebec & North America’s Only Walled City
● Notre Dame Cathedral
● Majestic Beaupre Coast
● Lunch at Montmorency Falls Restaurant
● Montmorency Falls & Isle of Orleans
● Albert Gilles Copper Works
● Sainte-Anne Beaupre Basilica
Day 5 - 6
Métis-sur-Mer, Gaspé
● Reford Gardens & International Garden Festival
Day 7 - 8
Cap-aux-Os, Gaspé
● Forillon National Park
Day 9 - 10
Percé, Gaspé
● Boat Cruise on Percé Bay
● Percé Rock
● Bonaventure Island Excursion
Day 11 - 12
Caraquet, NB
● Acadian Historic Village
Day 13 - 16
Cavendish, PEI
● Guided Prince Edward Island Motorcoach Tour
● Lobster Fishing Demonstration
● Prince Edward Island National Park
● Tour Anne of Green Gables Home
● Lunch at Famous PEI Preserve Company
● PEI Highlights Tour including Summerside
● College of Bag Piping Performance
● Tour Avonlea of Greene Gables
● Music Shindig & Live Local Ceilidh Entertainment
● ‘World Famous’ Lobster Dinner on the Wharf
● Charlottetown Motorcoach Tour
● Cows Ice Cream Factory Tour
● Queen’s Square Tour
● Red Shores Race Track, Victoria Park, Historic George Street
● Charlottetown Historic Downtown Walking Tour
● Anne of Green Gables Live Stage Musical Comedy
Day 17 - 18
Hilden, NS
● Private Dinner Prepared by Local Hilden Fire Brigade
● Optional Rafting the Tidal Bore
Day 19 - 20
Annapolis Royal, NS
● Grand-Pré National Park
● Candlelight Graveyard Tour
● Port Royal Habitation
● Royal Historical Botanical Gardens with Lunch
● Fort Anne
Day 21 - 22
Lunenburg, NS
● Fish & Lobster Plant Tour
● Lunenburg Fisheries Museum
● Old Town Lunenburg
● Optional: Bluenose Tour (If Available)
Day 23 - 26
Halifax-Dartmouth, NS
● Mahone Bay (En Route)
● Guided Peggy’s Cove & Halifax City Motorcoach Tour
● Acadian Maple Products Tour
● Swissair Flight 111 Memorial
● Peggy’s Cove Tour (Lunch Included)
● St. Margaret’s Bay Driving Tour
● Titanic Memorial & Burial Grounds
● Historic Buildings & Stone Fortress
● Citadel National Historic Park Tour with
– Changing of the Guard Ceremony
● Halifax Waterfront
● Marine Museum of the Atlantic Visit
● Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk
● NovaScotian Hand Cut Crystal Factory
● Tall Ship Silva Sailboat Cruise
● Alexander Keith’s Brewery Tour
● Staff Hosted Breakfast
Day 27 - 31
North Sydney, NS
● Tour Alexander Graham Bell Museum
● North Sydney Surf & Turf Dinner Party
● Cabot Trail Motorcoach Tour Including Lunch
● Les Trois Pignos
● Village of Cheticamp & Keltic Lodge
● Cape Breton Highlands National Park
Day 31
Overnight on Ferry, NFLD
● Ferry To Argentia, Newfoundland
● Private Cabin on Ferry
● Dinner on Ferry
Day 32 - 34
St. John’s, NFLD
● ‘Newfie Screech-In’ Ceremony & ‘Newfie Time’
● Guided St. John’s City Motorcoach Tour
● Newfoundland Lieutenant Governor’s House
● Signal Hill, Site of Marconi’s First Transatlantic Message
● Signal Hill International Tattoo
● Lunch at Local Restaurant
● Cabot Tower & Petty Harbour
● Cape Spear Lighthouse (Most Eastern Point in NA)
● The Veiled Virgin & St. John the Baptist Basilica
Day 35 - 37
Bonavista, NFLD
● Bonavista Highlights Excursion
● White Rock Murals & Bonavista Lookout (optional)
● Ryan Premises & Bonavista Museum
● The Matthew Legacy (John Cabot’s Boat)
● Mockbeggar Plantation
● Cape Bonavista Lighthouse
● The Dungeon Provincial Park
● Ellison Puffin Sanctuary & Root Cellars
● Port Union Historical Site & Museum
● Sir William F Coaker Bungalow Guided Tour
Day 38 - 40
Twillingate, NFLD
● North Atlantic Aviation Museum (En Route)
● Prime Berth Fishing Museum & Demonstration
● Durrell Museum & Polar Bear Exhibit
● Auk Island Winery Tasting
● Historic Long Point Lighthouse
● Newfie Dinner & Show
● ‘Split Peas’ Live Local Musical Performance
Day 41
Rocky Harbour, NFLD
● Travel Day
Day 42 - 43
St. Barbe, NFLD
● Passenger Ferry from St. Barbe to Labrador
● Labrador Motorcoach Tour
● Point Amour Lighthouse & Ancient Burial Site
● Tour of Red Bay Labrador Straits
● Lunch at Whaling Station Restaurant
● Red Bay Museum & Red Bay Orientation Center
● Passenger Ferry to St Barbe from Labrador
Day 44 - 46
St. Anthony, NFLD
● Whale Watching & Scenic Boat Cruise
● St. Anthony Motorcoach Tour
● Tour L’ Anse Aux Meadows Historic Site
● Tour Norstead Viking Village
● Dark Tickle Tour
● Grenfell Experience & Famous Jordi Bonet Murals
● St. Anthony Lighthouse & Waterfront
● ‘Viking Feast’ Dinner in a Viking Long House
Day 47 - 49
Rocky Harbour, NFLD
● Staff Prepared Meal
● Free Day to Explore Gros Morne National Park
Day 50 - 51
Grand Codroy, NFLD
● Newfoundland Insectarium & Butterfly Pavilion (En route)
● Free Time to Explore
Day 52 - 53
Louisbourg, NS
● Ferry Crossing to North Sydney, NS
● Lunch on Ferry
● Tour Fortress at Louisbourg
● 18th Century Style Dinner & Musical Entertainment
Day 54
Truro, NS
● Travel Day
Day 55
Hopewell Cape, NB
● Hopewell Cape Record Tides Visit
● ‘Flower Pots’ Rock Formations
Day 56 - 58
Saint John, NB
● Saint John Motorcoach Tour
● Rockwood Park & City Market
● Reversing Falls
● Carleton Martello Tower
● Farewell Dinner at Lily’s Café
● Hitch-up Continental Breakfast, Hugs & Good-byes

Tour Features

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Canada National Parks Discovery Pass

NOTE: There are 4 Ferry Crossings on this tour

Additional one time Ferry fee crossing to Newfoundland:
*Add for Rigs 30+ $ 300
*Add for Rigs 40+ $ 500
*Add for Rigs 50+ $ 700
*Add for Rigs 60+ $ 950

Bumper to Bumper Measurements – Tow Vehicle Must be Connected for Ferry Travel.

*Length and price includes tow vehicle connected and anything attached to front and rear of your vehicles.

Prices are subject to increase due to Ferry Re-measurement, Fuel Surcharges, Taxes, Fees and/or major fluctuations in currency exchange rates.

Towed car may be left at campground prior to boarding NFLD Ferry & retrieved upon return.

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Experience the Adventure

Tour Blogs

Get a feel for what happens on this tour from a tour blog by some of our staff.

Gaspé and the Atlantic Provinces 2013 – Barry & Terry Klein and Spence & Madi Schaaf

 

Testimonials

  • Wonderful Staff (Conrad, Clary and Ron on the Polar Bear tour) - I had car trouble, I had a cabinet fall right out of the wall, and I fussed about my transmission on the RV. I had slide covers full of heavy wet snow --- all these problems solved with cheerful and competent efficiency. A widow on my first alone adventure ---totally looked after. Thanks to these fellows - I am delighted with my experience.
    Linda Ellis – Polar Bear Tour
  • Regarding our 31-day Canadian Maritimes caravan Cindy and I would like to express how much we enjoyed the caravan with Rick & Sharon Gilbert and John & Sally Mincks. Both couples were outstanding and we would love to book any caravan they are involved with. We booked for the 2018 Big Sky caravan and hope you can assign one or both off them to that trip. We met many wonderful people and hope we have made some new life long friendships. We hope to meet up with Rick and Sharon at the Tampa RV show in January. The tour guides for our various bus tours were top notch, all added much information and interesting stories to the tour. Please give a big thanks to Roger in Quebec City, Roddie in PEI, Carolyn in Halifax and Paul on The Cabot Trail.  
    Iggy & Cindy Konrad
  • I can't wait to participate in another tour.  We are doing Christmas in the Smokies in November, but it can't possibly compare to the Grand Circle and the wonderful experiences we had there.
    Smitty & Louise Smith
  • When we signed up for the tour all we knew was that we were going to Alaska. Adventure Caravans made this trip, for us, a once in a lifetime experience. Everything was taken care of, all we had to do was leave in the morning and be in the next campground by a certain time. We enjoyed every facet of the tour from the log meetings and socials to the tours and our free time. Kudos to the wagon masters and the Penny and Tom. The icing on the cake are the wonderful friends that we made and know we will keep in touch. The camaraderie among the whole group was amazing but the trip left us with memories for a lifetime. Thank you Adventure Caravans.
    Alaska Caravan Guest
  • I must say it was way beyond my wildest dreams and thoughts of South Africa. First of all, I have to say that the people were exceptional. They were beautiful not only in looks, their beauty was in everything they did for us. They were so happy to talk with us and question us about America. They all would love to come over here to visit but said they knew they would never be able to afford the trip. I was overwhelmed with the young children and their attitude toward us. They laughed, smiled and waved to us all along the highways on their way to school. I have to admit, I was so proud of how they were dressed and their pride. Our American children have so much and appreciate it so little.
    Carole & Len Adams
  • “Thank you for making all our dreams come true. Looking forward to all the new adventures with you next year.”
    Neal & Cassie Allred

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Gaspé & The Atlantic Provinces

  • “Everything was great!”
    Christal Werner
  • “I will be recommending to all of my RV friends, it is a must do!”
    Garry & Karen West
  • “It exceeded my expectations!”
    George & Kathy Snyder
  • “The trip was what we expected and more!”
    Joe & Margie Mirabella
  • Enjoyed this rally because the wagonmaster & assistant were a lot of fun and made the rally so much fun without worry!  Thank you everyone!   We love traveling with Adventure Caravans!   A great way to have a vacation!

    Tom & Peggy Burns
  • “So much planned, down to the last detail. Rallymasters, tour guide and bus driver were all super!”
    Betty Ogden
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