Cape Breton, Nova Scotia - 5 Day All Inclusive Hiking, Sightseeing, Wildlife, Whale Watching, Sailing, History & Adventure Tour
This is the granddaddy of all tours. An upscale all-inclusive tour of Cape Breton's Cabot Trail. By day we spend our time hiking, sea kayaking, whale watching and sailing. By night we wine and dine in some Cape Breton's finest accommodations enjoying first class meals and experiencing Cape Breton's world renowned hospitality. Oh and don't forget your dance shoes as the Ceilidh gets underway where the atmosphere and music is always lively.
The Cabot Trail is known for it's amazing landscape and seascapes and there is absolutely no better way to experience mother nature than by way of a good pair of sturdy hiking shoes. On our journeys we will explore the deep cut valleys of the highlands in search of wildlife, walk along beautiful pristine beaches and venture to the top of mountain summits for an eagle's perspective of the ocean and valleys that lie below us.
Keep your camera handy as the park is full of wildlife including regular sightings of moose near Cape Smokey and the Skyline Trail, as well as playful whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. This multi-day tour is full of culture and scenery that has put Cape Breton on the international spotlight as one of the most beautiful places on earth.
Glenora Distillery - North America's 1st single malt whiskey
Sailing the Bras D'or Lakes
Whale Watching Tour
Live local music
|Level of Difficulty:
|| $1695.00/person (+Tax)*
Children (under 13): 25% off
Students: Tax free
Seniors (60+): Tax free
*Price above includes: Transportation, Accommodations,
Whale Watching tour, Sea Kayaking tour, Sailing tour, museum fees, National Park Fees, Maps, Tour Guide and all meals except for lunch on first day and lunch and the last day of tour. We provide door-to-door transportation within downtown Halifax.
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learning more about the itinerary for this tour. Minimum of 4 people needed to conduct this tour. We accept payment by Cash, PayPal, Visa, MasterCard &
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About Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Rated #1 island destination in North America.
Ranked as an "Island Paradise" in Fodor's Travel News 2008.
Rated #2 Island in the world by National Geographic's Traveler Magazine.
Rated the most beautiful island and amongst the most
friendly people in the world by Conde Nast Traveler
Cape Breton Island is composed mainly of rocky shores, rolling farmlands, glacial valleys, barren headlands, mountains, mixed forests and highland plateaus. Geological evidence suggests that at least part of the island was originally joined with present-day Scotland and Norway, now separated by millions of years of continental drift.
The residents of Cape Breton can be grouped into five main cultures; Scottish, Mi'kmaq, Acadian, Irish, and English. English is now the primary spoken language, though Mi'kmaq, French and Gaelic are still heard. In fact it is said that more people speak the Gaelic language in Cape Breton then in all of Scotland. The Celtic music and culture of Cape Breton is very much alive today. Cape Breton is well known for its traditional fiddle music and céilidhs are celebrated across the island.
Though founded on the industries of fishing and mining, Cape Breton has become an international symbol in the tourism industry and for good reason. This island is home to the Cape Breton Highlands National Park and the world famous
coastal mountain drive, the Cabot Trail. With such natural beauty, various wildlife and lively culture, Cape Breton Island has gained recognition as being one of the most beautiful island destinations in the world.