Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, as well as the rest of Atlantic Canada, have always had their eyes focused on the sea. Fishermen and sailors shaped these provinces, from their lighthouses along the coast to the sea shanties you’ll hear sung in their pubs. A visit here wouldn’t be complete without spending at least some time on the water. Michael will arrange a lobster dinner with Shediac Lobster Bay Cruises aboard the Ambassador, a 53-foot vessel that sails at sunset, taking in the sights along Shediac Bay. You’ll learn about the ecology of lobsters and the life of lobstermen before sitting down to a lobster feast.
Michael’s itinerary to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick is one of nine trips to Canada designed by the members of AFAR’s Travel Advisory Council. To see them all, visit AFAR Journeys.