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Prince Edward Island
Best of Prince Edward Island
Discover why Prince Edward Island is known as the “Garden of the Gulf” as you explore verdant landscapes, savor locally grown cuisine and experience grand traditions of art and culture.
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Program No. 22391RJ
Length
7 days
Starts at
1,649
7 days
6 nights
17 meals
6B 5L 6D
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At a Glance

Explore Prince Edward Island, a land of undeniable yet simple charms, where Maritime and Acadian history is proudly told. Set out in Charlottetown to discover the city’s heritage as one of the earliest crossroads of European exploration and settlement in North America. Experience rural PEI, coastal outposts and the extensive National Park system, home to the splendid and well-preserved dunes.
Activity Level
Active
Walk up to two miles during field trips; some destinations will have stairs but no elevator.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Experience PEI’s agriculture and cuisine firsthand, and get to know the landscapes and people driving the island’s world-class food industries.
  • Immerse yourself in the island’s cultural heritage, including the settings that inspired the classic Anne of Green Gables and the life and times of its author, as well as the island’s unique musical tradition merging Scottish, Irish and Acadian roots.
  • Learn about the National Park system’s diverse ecosystem of hundreds of species of plants, animals and birds, archaeological digs from 10,000 years of settlement and a unique dune system overlooking white-sand beaches.
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Susan Dalziel
Susan has lived on Prince Edward Island for her entire life. As a teacher with 30 years of experience and Road Scholar group leader for 10, Susan loves sharing knowledge of her home province with visitors. For the past 30 years, Susan has dedicated herself to the promotion and development of women’s hockey. Getting others involved and spreading the joy of Canada’s favorite sport is a true passion of hers. When the snow melts, Susan can often be found gardening, and she knits year round.
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Susan Dalziel
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