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Holidays to Eastern Canada


If you are hoping to include an array of sports; museums, sightseeing, cosmopolitan cities, farms, ocean cruises, mountain skiing, land tours, icebergs or polar bears in your holidays to Eastern Canada, you will not be disappointed. This country really does have it all. Some travellers taking holidays in Eastern Canada may be surprised to discover the large European influence that makes this part of the country truly unique from the rest of Canada.

Eastern Canada holidays will offer everything you need to make your holiday a special one. Travellers here can enjoy a diversity of art and local music, ocean views and a large array of cuisine that includes fresh seafood and locally grown produce. The eastern part of Canada is made up of Prince Edward Island, Ontario, Nova Scotia, Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador.

If you have included Prince Edward Island on your list of places to visit during your holidays to Canada, Charlottetown and Cavendish are the two main cities on the island. Prince Edward Island is the smallest and least populated province in Canada, making it an ideal choice for those seeking both solitude and nature. Prince Edward Island is the setting for the famous novel Anne of Green Gables. Visitors can play a few rounds of golf, or just relax on the beaches.

New Brunswick is where visitors can explore the largest shopping mall in Eastern Canada. It is also where travellers can experience pristine sand dunes, winding rivers and the world’s highest tides.

Holidays in Eastern Canada’s Newfoundland and Labrador provinces will provide travellers with a hint of the Irish in the local culture. Everything from the music to the food will make you feel like dancing a jig.

From the spectacular views from the Cape Breton Highlands to the magnificent scenery of Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia will ensure visitors of non-stop natural beauty. If your holiday has you stopping in Nova Scotia, be sure to enjoy an afternoon drive along the scenic Lighthouse Route.

Ontario is home to Canada’s capital city. It is filled with historical hot spots, towns and villages packed with history as well as bustling big city excitement. Quebec is a pleasant blend of both the new and old worlds and offers visitors a diversity of experiences.

Climate

Visiting Eastern Canada any time of the year is a great idea, as each season offers different experiences. It is not a country that is cold all the year round as many would believe. The months of June and July are the warmest months in Eastern Canada and will see average daytime temperatures hit 30 C. In the winter months, which are from November to March, the temperatures will vary by province, but you will require warm clothes regardless of where you are visiting.

Currency

If your next holiday is taking you to Canada, you will need to stock up on Canadian dollars, which is the local currency.

 

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