Dramatic coastlines, historic waterfronts and untouched wilderness
Rugged, undeveloped and off the tourist trail, northern New England and Canada's Maritime Provinces reveal their unique charm, rich history and hidden secrets.
Stretch your legs along a section of the Appalachian Trail, unwind in the tranquillity of eastern USA's most remote nature reserve, Baxter Park, and marvel at the unique coastal habitats of the Bay of Fundy.
Soak up the atmosphere of the charming historic waterfront town of Halifax and World Heritage Lunenburg. If that isn't enticing enough in itself, then sea kayaking beneath the towering cliffs of the Cape Breton Highlands, or spotting Black bear, moose and Bald eagles (with any luck), is certain to get the pulse racing!
What makes this trip responsible?
We visit remote and untouched environments on this tour where unique coastal habitats and communities have developed and are thriving. In doing so, we ensure to cause as little impact as possible by keeping to marked footpaths, and by enforcing a 'leave no trace' litter policy. Our expert leaders are very knowledgeable and provide information regarding the local flora and fauna that we encounter as well as ensuring cultural sensitivity during our times in lesser visited towns and cities.
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Coastal town, Atlantic Maritime trip, USA