Nova Scotia invites you to discover a place like no
other, where the scenic beauty, rich heritage and vibrant culture offer
you a truly unique vacation experience. Nova Scotia is encircled by 11
scenic travelways around the provinces.
New Brunswick is one of the four Atlantic provinces of
Canada. Forests cover about 85 percent of the land in New Brunswick and
the manufacture of lumber, paper, and other forest products is
important to the province's economy.
Prince Edward Island is the smallest Canadian province
in size and population. The capital city is Charlottetown. Visitors
come to the Island to enjoy its pastoral scenery, relaxing white sandy
beaches and relaxing pace.
Newfoundland and Labrador is Canada's tenth province.
Its capital is St. John's. "Newfoundland" is pronounced "new fin-LAND".
Geographically, the province consists of the island of Newfoundland and
the mainland Labrador, on Canada's Atlantic coast.
Québec is a place of unique unbelievable scenic
wilderness and modern cities with old world charm you name it, in
Quebec they've got it. Gardens galore, history, heritage, monuments,
lighthouses, covered bridges... the list goes on and on. Quebec is full
of interesting attractions & combination of different imaginations.
Besides a lengthy roster of heart-thudding outdoor
adventures, Alberta is a land of natural wonders - precisely why the
United Nations crowned Alberta with five of Canada's designated UNESCO
World Heritage Sites. While these jewels may sparkle today, they're not
what first put Alberta on anyone's map.