$7,899 Per Person

Price Includes all Taxes & Fees

Land only deduct: $875

Single add: $1475

Triple deduct: $385

Day 1 – Saturday June 1, 2019 - Victoria to Wolfville
Leave Victoria early this morning and fly to the East Coast. Arrive in Nova Scotia this evening and transfer to the Annapolis Valley our home for the next two nights.
Today’s Dinner is included

Day 2 – Sunday June 2, 2019 – Wolfville, Lunenburg and Mahone Bay
This morning we visit Grand Pre National historic site, the backdrop to the deportation of the acadians in 1755 where you will see an iconic monument Evangeline, heroine of an epic Longfellow poem. This afternoon we continue on to picturesque Mahone Bay and the seafaring home port of the Bluenose – Lunenburg. Return to Wolfville for a free evening.
Today’s Breakfast is included

Day 3 – Monday June 3, 2019 – Wolfville to Baddeck  
This morning leave Annapolis Valley behind and travel across the mainland of Nova Scotia. Stop for lunch in the town of Pictou, the historic gateway to new Scotland. Learn about the famous ship Hector that carried the first wave of Scots to Nova Scotia way back in 1773. This afternoon continue our travels and cross the Canso Causeway to beautiful Cape Breton Island. Arrive in the town of Bedeck and check in to the historic Inveraray Inn on the shores of the Bras D’or Lakes. Today’s Breakfast and dinner are included

Day 4– Tuesday June 4, 2019 – Cabot Trail
Today experience the beauty and unique culture of Cape Breton as we travel the Cabot Trail. This world famous scenic drive circles the upper peninsula of Cape Breton Island crossing hills and mountains providing countless panoramic views of the ever present ocean below. Learn about the Gaelic heritage and culture brought to the island by waves of Scottish settlers as you travel through areas such as St. Anne. Be on the lookout for moose and whales on the winding road across the Cape Breton Highlands National Park and through countless picturesque communities. We will stop for a picnic lunch in the heart of the national park. Later visit the Acadian community of Cheticamp with its beautiful church constructed in 1893. There will also even be a short stop for Nova Scotia souvenirs this afternoon before following the Margaree River Valley back to Baddeck. Today’s Breakfast and Lunch are included  

Day 5 – Wednesday June 5, 2019 - Baddeck to Charlottetown, PEI
This morning depart Inverary Resort. Stop at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum and learn more about the famous inventor who could find no better place on earth than Cape Breton. We will stop for lunch on the mainland of Nova Scotia before arriving at the ferry terminal. After a 75 minute ferry ride, we arrive on small and beautiful Prince Edward Island, and continue on to the capital city of Charlottetown. This evening enjoy a great meal in a local restaurant.
Today’s Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included

Day 6 – Thursday June 6, 2019 - Charlottetown
Today look forward to experiencing the charm of Canada’s smallest province as we travel across the rolling countryside dotted with picturesque delightful villages and endless acres of farmland rolling down to the deep blue Gulf of St Lawrence. Arrive in Cavendish this morning for a self-guided visit at the Green Gables House. Next, a short ride brings us through the gates of the Prince Edward Island National Park and into a landscape of sandy beaches, rolling sand dunes and stunning red cliffs. Take in a little local culture and colour with a stop at the Rustico village wharf before arriving at the PEI Preserve Company for the opportunity to taste some local goods. This afternoon, a short drive will bring us back to Charlottetown where you may choose to explore the town your way.
Today’s Breakfast is included

Day 7 – Friday June 7, 2019 - Charlottetown to Moncton
This morning we depart Charlottetown and cross the impressive and stately 13 km Confederation Bridge. We journey on to New Brunswick and arrive at the wharfs of Shediac, lobster capital of the world. Board a boat on the calm waters of Shediac Bay for a once in a lifetime experience where you will learn to catch, cook, clean and eat lobster the Acadian way. Continue to downtown Moncton, New Brunswick for a evening of your choice. Today’s Breakfast and Lunch are included

Day 8 – Saturday June 8, 2019 – Moncton to Halifax
Following breakfast this morning head to the Bay of Fundy, famously home to the World’s highest tides. Enjoy a guided tour at the Hopewell Rocks and the opportunity to walk on the ocean floor between the four-story tall Flower Pot Rocks. Next, stop at Fort Beausejour and admire the scenic views of the Tantramar Marsh while exploring the remains of this once important location in the epic struggle between Britain and France for control of the “New World”. This afternoon continue on to the town of Truro and learn about the vibrant first nation’s culture of the Mi’kmaq people during a guided visit to the Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre. Arrive later this afternoon in Halifax, Nova Scotia’s capital city where the evening is yours to enjoy.
Today’s Breakfast included

Day 9 – Sunday June 9, 2019 – Halifax
This morning embark on a guided city tour with a local historian. Learn about the Nova Scotia capital’s 250 plus years of history through tragedy and prosperity. After stops at the Public Gardens and Citadel Hill your tour concludes down on the historic waterfront. This afternoon depart for a drive out to the rugged Atlantic Coast passing by glacial scattered boulders and tiny fishing villages pounded by the relentless sea. Stop at beautiful Peggy’s Cove, with its iconic lighthouse, said to be the most photographed in the world. Afterwards gather with your new friends and tour director for a farewell dinner.
Today’s Breakfast and Dinner are included

Day 10 – Monday June 10, 2019 - Halifax to Victoria
Bid farewell to Nova Scotia this morning as we transfer to Halifax Airport for our return flight to Victoria. Upon arrival in Victoria a transfer will be available back home. Arrive home mid-afternoon with a slew of new memories of the Magic of the Maritimes.
Today’s Breakfast is included

Day 11 : Tuesday June 11, 2019 - St. John’s
Begin the day with a locally guided tour of North America’s oldest city. See the Victorian architecture of the downtown core, the bustling modern waterfront, the Cathedral of St. John, Quidi Vidi village and the awe-inspiring views from Signal Hill, all while learning a few of the many intriguing tales of this historic port. Later in the day visit Cape Spear, the most easterly point in North America, before enjoying some leisure time to explore the city on your own. Tonight, join your fellow travelers and tour director for a welcome dinner at a popular local restaurant.Today’s breakfast and dinner are included   

Day 12: Wednesday June 12, 2019 - St. John’s to Gander
Depart St. John’s this morning following the Trans Canada highway west across the Avalon Peninsula. Later enter Terra Nova National Park with its stunning mix of rugged northern forest and rocky ocean inlets. Continue to Gander, the one-time home of the world’s biggest airport.  During the early days of commercial transatlantic flights Gander was the first and final refueling stop in North America. Learn of the location’s role in aviation history and visit the Silent Witnesses Memorial – a tribute to the soldiers who lost their lives in a tragic crash in 1985. Next, we will check into our Gander hotel for a two-night stay.
Today’s breakfast, lunch and dinner are included

Day 13: Thursday June 13, 2019 - Twillingate
Today we travel north to the island and coastal village of Twillingate. This is a great opportunity to glimpse massive floating icebergs just off the coast. In the picturesque outpost town, we embark on a scenic cruise in search of whales, seabirds and, of course, icebergs. This afternoon visit the Beothuk Interpretation Centre and learn about the now extinct indigenous peoples of Newfoundland. A scenic drive brings us back to Gander for a free evening. 
Today’s breakfast and lunch are included

Day 14: Friday June 14, 2019 - Gander to Deer Lake
This morning our route takes us across central Newfoundland.  Stopping in Grand Falls – Windsor for a visit to the Mary March Provincial Museum will illuminate your understanding of human history across the centuries in Newfoundland. Next, we visit the Salmonid Interpretation Center on the Exploits River where a guide will lead you on an enlightening tour.  This afternoon we arrive at Deer Lake for an overnight stay at the gateway to the Viking Trail and Newfoundland’s northern peninsula. Today’s breakfast is included

Day 15: Saturday June 15, 2019 – Deer Lake to St. Anthony
Today our route follows the scenic Viking Trail across Gros Morne National Park and along the Northern Peninsula.  Visit the Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse on the stunning drive across Gros Morne before continuing north past rocky outcroppings, colourful villages, stunning coast and rugged mountains. Later this afternoon we arrive in the northern community of St. Anthony, our home for the next two nights.
Today’s breakfast and dinner are included   

Day 16: Sunday June 16, 2019 – L’Anse Aux Meadows and St. Anthony
This morning we travel to L’Anse Aux Meadows.  This famous location is believed to be the earliest European settlement in the New World. A reconstruction documents the Norse settlement inhabited by Vikings some 1,000 years earlier. Learn more of Newfoundland’s Vikings and their way of life during your visit to this internationally acclaimed historic site.  This afternoon return to St. Anthony where we visit the Grenfell Centre, a museum dedicated to famed local resident Dr. Grenfell, a pioneering doctor who is credited with bringing education, healthcare and social work projects to the people of this remote region.
Today’s breakfast is included  

 Day 17: Monday June 17, 2019 – St. Anthony to L’Anse Au Clair, Labrador
This morning we travel to St. Barbe and board a ferry to cross the Strait of Belle Isle to Labrador. Once in Labrador we take in some of the sights along Labrador’s beautiful coastal drive. Among other impressive stops we’ll visit Red Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where the Basques had a whaling station dating back to the 16th century and the towering Point Amour lighthouse, the tallest in Atlantic Canada and the second tallest lighthouse ever built in Canada.  This evening we check in at the Northern Light Inn. 
Today’s breakfast, lunch and dinner are included

Day 18: Tuesday June 18, 2019 - Labrador to Gros Morne Area
This morning we will catch the ferry back to the Island where we will explore 6,000 years of human history at Port aux Choix National Historic Site.  This is one of North America’s most fascinating archaeological finds nestled amid a rugged coastline of unique limestone barrens, forests and bays.  Later return to further explore the incomparable Gros Morne National Park and a short stop at the Arches, a fascinating rock formation before arriving at our waterfront accommodations. Today’s breakfast and dinner are included

Day 19: Wednesday June 19, 2019 - Gros Morne National Park – Corner Brook
Today you’ll discover why Gros Morne National Park is truly one of the highlights of your visit. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gros Morne is a striking wilderness of deep fjords, coastal beaches and mountains. It encompasses a vast array of geological diversity. Today we enjoy a scenic boat tour (weather permitting) on Bonne Bay as you learn about the local geology, witness bald eagles and hear the history of the tiny remote villages nestled along its shores. Plus, while on board the cruise, don’t miss the opportunity to be “screeched in” and become an honorary Newfoundlander.  This afternoon we explore the Tablelands, another diverse region of the park before travelling to the town of Corner Brook. Today’s breakfast and lunch are included

Day 20: Thursday June 20, 2019 – Corner Brook
Today begins with a short drive to the top of Crow Hill where we'll find the Captain James Cook Monument, a National Historic Site overlooking beautiful Corner Brook and the Bay of Islands.  We then enjoy the scenic drive along the Captain Cook Trail following the Bay of Islands to the charming fishing village of Lark Harbour.  Later return to Corner Brook and enjoy some free time this afternoon before we celebrate the conclusion of this fantastic excursion of discovery in Canada’s “Far East” at a delicious farewell dinner.
Today’s breakfast and dinner are included 

Day 21: Friday June 21, 2019 – Corner Brook– Deer Lake Airport – Victoria
This morning we depart Corner Brook for Deer Lake Airport. Bid farewell to Newfoundland and all its wonders as we board an afternoon flight back home. Arrive back on Vancouver Island this evening where a transfer well be waiting to bring you home with a great collection of memories of the beauty and warmth of Newfoundland and Labrador. 
Today’s breakfast is included 

Day 1-2: Old Orchard Inn
Wolfville, NS
Day 3—4: Inverary Inn
Baddeck, NS
Day 5-6: Holman Grand Hotel
Charlottetown, PEI
Day 7: Chateau Moncton
Moncton, NB
Day 8-9: Westin Nova Scotian
Halifax, NS
Day 10-11: JAG Hotel
St John's NL
Day 12-13: Sinbad’s Hotel
Gander, NL
Day 14: Deer Lake Motel
Deer Lake, NL
Day 15-16: Hotel North
St. Anthony, NL 
Day 17: Northern Light Inn
L’Anse au Clair, Labrador
Day 18: Shallow Bay Motel
Gros Morne, NL

Day 19-20: Glynmill Inn
Corner Brook, NL

Complimentary home pickup/return - travel starts at your door!

​Photo Credit:  ©Tourism PEI / John Sylvester, Tourism Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism, Jon Joy,

Dru Kennedy Photography, Barrett & MacKay Photo


What's Included

Full Itinerary

The Complete Atlantic Canada Experience

21 Days: June 1—June 21, 2019 


  •  Airfare Halifax to St. John’s

  •  Locally guided tour in St. John’s

  •  Cape Spear National Historic Site

  •  Signal Hill

  •  Terra Nova National Park

  •  Twillingate

  •  Iceberg and Whale Watching Cruise

  •  Beothuk Interpretation Centre

  •  Mary March Provincial Museum

  •  Viking Trail​

  • Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse

  • L’Anse Aux Meadows

  • Grenfell House

  • Strait of Belle Isle Ferry to Labrador

  • Red Bay Historic Site

  • Point Amour Lighthouse

  • Gros Morne National Park Fees

  • Gros Morne Cruise and sightseeing

  • Honorary ”Screeching In” ceremony

  • Captain Cook Trail and Lark Harbour

  • An evening of music and entertainment

  • Luggage handling at all hotels

  • All local taxes and fees

  • 5% GST

  • Gratuities on included meals

  • Services of a professional tour director

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  • Round trip airfare from Victoria

  • Pick up at your door (Greater Victoria)

  • Airline baggage fee for one checked bag

  • 20 Nights hotel accommodations

  • 37 meals

  • Transportation on deluxe charter vehicle

  • Welcome reception

  • Locally guided tour in Halifax

  • Maritime Museum of the Atlantic

  • Visit to Peggy’s Cove, Mahone Bay & ​Lunenburg

  • Fort Beausejour

  • Lobster cruise in Shediac

  • ​Guided tour of Hopewell Rocks

  • Confederation Bridge crossing

  • Green Gables House

  • Prince Edward Island National Park ​​

  • ​Ferry from PEI to Nova Scotia 

  •  Alexander Graham Bell Museum

  • Full day on the Cabot Trail

  • Picnic lunch for Cabot Trail

  • Visit to Pictou Heritage Quay

  • ​Grand Pre

  • Airfare Halifax to St. John’s

Tour Policies:
Early Booking: A $500—$350 discount is offered off the first 10 seats booked and $200—$100 off the next 10 until March 1, 2019.                                                                                                                                                                           

Deposit and Payment: A $400 deposit per person is required within 72 hours of booking or booking may be cancelled. Full payment is required by March 29, 2019.
Airfare:  Airfare has been included at our preferred group rate. For airfare, space should be reserved by March 1. After that date tour price with air may be significantly higher. Should you wish to book your own flights, price will be reduced by $850. 
Price Changes: In the event of significant changes in taxes or surcharges by suppliers or local government Mile Zero Tours reserves the right to increase price up until the time of departure.  
Cancellation policy:  Full refund less $50 per person admin fee if cancelled before March 1, 2019, from March 1-March 29, 2019 non-refundable amount increases to $150.  After March 29, 2019 only 40% is refundable and after May 1, 2019 only 15% is refundable.  There are no refunds offered after May 18, 2019.  We strongly recommend purchasing trip cancellation insurance as Mile Zero Tours can not issue refunds, no matter the reason, beyond the scope of the above-mentioned policy.
Terms of Travel: Please also review our Terms of Travel before booking


 This tour combines the Magical Maritimes and Discover Newfoundland & Labrador!