Prince Edward Island


Drive across the Confederation Bridge - one of Canada’s top engineering achievements of the 20th century - joining New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island.

Though a relatively small island just 140 miles long, PEI is a feast for the eyes. The rich agricultural landscape and river systems provide a special place to enjoy scenic drives, charming fishing villages, hiking and ecological tours. So too is it a feast for culinary lovers. Savour some of the finest seafood anywhere in the world including local lobster, oyster, mussels and scallops. 

Take a guided walk through the charming streets of Charlottetown and step back to 1864 and the events that led to the birth of the nation of Canada here. Rent a bicycle to absorb the energetic island vibe of the picturesque streets and along the boardwalk. 

PEI National Park provides the ultimate beach experience or a perfect walk along the Greenwich Dunes Trail.  Another top PEI activity is discovering the places that inspired Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery to write the novel “Anne of Green Gables”.  As depicted in the storybook, the island has rich sienna-coloured soil, lush green fields and pristine shorelines.

Springs. Walk on the Columbia Icefields. Hike along the shores or canoe the waters of Moraine Lake. Banff offers endless outdoor adventures.