Enjoy beautiful bike rides on country and coastal lanes, past colorful fishing villages and fertile farmland. Take in the views and ocean breeze on a private boat charter from Lunenburg's historic waterfront. Sink your teeth into Digby scallops, fresh lobster and other world-class seafood. Ride along the Bay of Fundy, home of the world's highest tides. Explore Annapolis Royal, the birthplace of Canada.
6 Days - (Easy to Moderate cycling)
Set your wheels in motion along the beautiful Bay of Fundy. Gaze at the crashing North Atlantic. Pedal past historic towns and colorful homes. Savor fresh Nova Scotian lobster, halibut and farm-to-table produce. Give in to the calm pace of village life and warm Maritime hospitality. Enjoy every minute of it.
Cost from USD $2998 p.p. twin share (land Only)
Day 1 Start your trip at the vibrantly colored waterfront of colonial Lunenburg, a World Heritage site Pedal from the seaside town of Gold River to postcard-perfect Mahone Bay and the captivating fishing community of Blue Rocks.
Day 2 Beautiful rides on country and coastal lanes await Explore the rich history of Lunenburg on a guided walking tour Board a private boat and cruise between the gorgeous LaHave Islands Bike by coastal tundra, sleepy fishing villages and picturesque bays and inlets Dine on local fare, including deliciously fresh produce and seafood.
Days 3-4 Pedal along a scenic tidal estuary to Annapolis Royal, the birthplace of Canada Step back in time to 1604 at an early reconstruction of the first permanent European settlement in Canada—Port Royal, a National Historic site A loop through Bear Valley leads to Bear River, where the Mi'kmaq First Nations people have lived for thousands of years Consider a browse in shops and art galleries before our picnic featuring world-famous Digby scallops.
Days 5-6 Behold the Bay of Fundy, home of the world's highest tides and expansive flats of red clay Evangeline Trail's pastoral roads dazzle with sweeping views of the bay Experience some of the prettiest coastal riding in Nova Scotia before heading into verdant Annapolis Valley, known for bountiful farms and apple orchards Taste unique varietals at an award-winning winery Ride to Grand Pré National Historic Site.