Nova Scotia offers an enticing combination of outdoor adventure, fascinating history, diverse culture, and great wildlife viewing. Completely surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, it is particularly known for the high tides of the Bay of Fundy, the Cape Breton Highlands, its many picturesque fishing villages, and the migratory wildlife that includes puffins and whales, as well as many other seabirds. We'll go hiking, sea kayaking, and whale and wildlife watching, and we'll hope to find some of the music that epitomizes its rich Gaelic heritage. $2850 Rating 1  3 4 5
Join us for some of the most spectacular alpine hiking in the world.
Glacially sculpted peaks, wildflower-filled alpine meadows, aquamarine
lakes, deep green forests, and brilliantly white glaciers present a
never-ending visual feast. Hiking opportunities are practically
unlimited so we have chosen the best of the best for our active
exploration of this enchanting land. Price: $2,295 Rating: 1 2 3  5
Do you want to combine hiking in remote wilderness with a cozy hut at the end of the day? Wells Gray Park, one of the best kept secrets in Canada, has 1.4 million acres of beautiful peaks, unspoiled lakes, and lush meadows with an infinite variety of mountain wildflowers. Tucked away in this magnificent park are 2 cozy huts that we have to ourselves, so well-stocked that we need only carry light packs on our hikes into them. $2195 Rating: 1 2 3  5