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Charlottetown: Prince Edward Island Small-Group Tour

1. Charlottetown: Prince Edward Island Small-Group Tour

Discover the best of Prince Edward Island on a small-group tour departing from Charlottetown. Experience the island's natural beauty which was the inspiration for Lucy Maud Montgomery’s famous novel, Anne of Green Gables. Enjoy a scenic drive through the province to visit viewpoints, see the home of Anne of Green Gables, and enjoy the gardens at the Prince Edward Island Preserve Co. Enjoy the top attractions and visitor experiences in Charlottetown while avoiding long lines and wait times with a fully guided and narrated tour with attraction admission fees included. Receive hotel pickup and drop-off in the comfort of an air-conditioned van. Meet your guide at your accommodation in downtown Charlottetown and embark on a narrated drive of this beautiful city. Pass by many interesting places such as St. Dunstan's Basilica, the historical Province House, the Confederation Centre of the Arts, Victoria Park, and more. Listen to your guide's notable narration, highlighting important tips and facts about the surrounding area. Discover two separate viewpoints: Dalvay by the Sea Outlook and Cavendish Cliffs Outlooks, with signature views of rugged, red sandstone cliffs. Cavendish Cliffs is famously connected to the story of Anne of Green Gables. Visit her home at the Anne of Green Gables Heritage Site and take some free time to relive Anne's youthful escapades. To finish the tour, head to the Prince Edward Island Preserve Co, a riverside eatery offering refined regional fare and house jams in an airy setting. See, hear, taste, and smell Canada's finest preserves before returning back to your hotel.

Saint John: 150 Years of Beer Tour

2. Saint John: 150 Years of Beer Tour

Discover the spirit of Saint John as you visit three different craft breweries and enjoy plenty of local beer. Learn about the brewing process, the creativity of recipes, and what it is really like to be a brewer. Get a behind-the-scenes look of the various brewhouses, uncovering the aromatic smells and sounds as you go. Sample three to four 5oz beers at each stop, allowing you to truly taste the East Coast. Visit one of the newest locations of the first craft brewery in New Brunswick, the first craft brewery to ever open in Saint John, and a beer bar where you will sample Moosehead, beer from Canada's oldest independently-owned brewery, located in Saint John. Enjoy some snacks at a couple of the stops along the way.

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Dave was fabulous, very knowledgeable. We told him what we had seen, and he took us to the areas we had not visited. My husband and I were the only ones for the 1:30 tour. Definitely worth the money.

Our guide and driver, Dave, was FAB!!! So knowledgeable, so accommodating and so articulate!!! This was a great way to introduce us to the island! Ask a lot of questions!!!

The tour was very informative and interesting! Dave did an awesome job of showing and explaining the highlights! Well worth it!! Denise, Pat Raegan Ontario

Joe was amazing!!! He was very knowledgeable, funny and insightful, He was a delight to be with and he made the whole trip.

Great guide, comfortable car and interesting itinerary on PEI. Enjoyed the day with small a group of 5.