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Maritime Canada

including the Cabot Trail

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  • Included Meals Icon Selected meals included
  • Included Excursion Icon Included Excursions
  • VIP Icon VIP door-to-door travel service
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Referred to collectively as the Canadian Maritimes, the three small provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island are as quirky as they are charming. This unique touring holiday takes in the gloriously scenic Cabot Trail, along with a splendid array of other attractions and experiences, including Charlottetown, the captivating capital of Prince Edward Island, the historic naval city of Halifax, a lobster cruise and the spectacular Hopewell Rocks, on the Bay of Fundy.


  • 13 nights in hotels and 1 in flight (accommodation as specified or similar)
  • 7 meals: 5 breakfasts (days 8-11 and 14) 1 lunch (day 8) 1 dinner (day 7)

Included excursions and visits: 14

  • Tour of Halifax with local guide including Citadel National Historic Site
  • Kejimkujik Scenic Drive
  • Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens
  • New Brunswick Museum with guided tour
  • Hopewell Rocks
  • Sunset lobster dinner cruise
  • Olivier Soapery
  • Le Pays de la Sagouine with lunch
  • Anne of Green Gables House, Heritage Place
  • Alexander Graham Bell Museum
  • Cabot Trail
  • Cape Breton Highlands National Park
  • Ceilidh Trail
  • Sherbrooke Historic Village

Plus all these benefits:

  • Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Free connecting flights from regional airports
  • Check-in service by Titan staff
  • Services of an experienced Titan tour manager
  • Scheduled direct Air Canada return flights
  • Best available coaches with experienced drivers
  • Hotel porterage (one bag per person)
  • Airport taxes, security charges and fuel surcharges
  • UK Air Passenger Duty (APD)
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