The Maritimes is a sleepy region on the eastern shore of Canada whose most popular provinces include Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island.
Pick strawberries and sample local oysters, sail on the famous BlueNose, and overnight in small sailing hamlets in Nova Scotia, then venture north to the Cape Breton peninsula for whale watching, lobster pounds, great hiking, and celtic ceilidhs.
You can bike the Confederation Trail through idyllic Prince Edward Island, sampling mussels along the way and overnighting at historic beach barn hotels.
Then stop at New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy for a guided kayak paddle on some of the highest tides in the world.
Rare Finds’ owner, Melanie, has traveled this route, and can share her insider knowledge of the ferry schedules and ports, best hiking trails, private cabins, and ceilidh pubs.
Contact Melanie for information on how to enjoy the fresh air of the northern Maritime Provinces!