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Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island Deluxe – Bus Trip

September 20 - October 2

Enjoy a 12-day wonderful bus trip to Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island! From September 20th – October 2nd, 2024!

Lucy Maud Montgomery’s bestseller, “Anne of Green Gables,” began as a short story and expanded into a novel. Having difficulty getting it published, she became discouraged and hid the manuscript. Some years later, she tried publishing it again. This time she was successful and in 1908, “Anne of Green Gables” was published and became an instant hit. It has remained a bestseller for 85 years. It is the source for Canada’s most popular family musical of the same name and has been seen by more than one million people. Maud wet on to write 23 books, and all but one are set on Price Edward Island, the Land of Anne. 


Full 12-day Itinerary below:

Day 1 –

Arrive in the afternoon at the New England Air Museum for a self-guided tour.

Dinner and overnight in Worcester, MA. (D)


Day 2 –

Stop at one of the most photographed of all lighthouses, the Portland Head Light.

View the rugged, breathtaking vistas of Bar Harbor.

Dinner and overnight in Bar Harbor, ME. (B,L)


Day 3 –

Take a local guided tour of Acadia National Park, including Cadillac Mountain, highest spot on the Atlantic shoreline.

Overnight in St. John, NB. (B,D)


Day 4 –

See one of New Brunswicks’s top attractions 0 the “Hopewell Rocks” or the “Flower Pot Rocks” on the Bay of Fundy.

Travel to Charlottetown, Price Edward Island.

Overnight in Charlottetown, PEI (1st of 2 nights). (B,D)


Day 5 –

Visit the “Green Gables” house near Cavandish, immortalized in the Anne of Green Gables books.

See the Anne of Green Gables Museum.

Enjoy a carriage ride with Matthew.

Dinner and overnight in Charlottetown. (B,L)


Day 6 –

Ferry from Wood Island to Caribou, Nova Scotia, to see Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, inventor of the telephone.

Overnight in Baddeck, NS. (B,D)


Day 7 –

Spend the day on the Cabot Trail with a native guide seeing scenes resembling the coastal regions of Scotland and sanctuary to over 200 species of wildlife and birds.

Overnight in Baddeck, NS. (B,D)


Day 8 –

Visit Fortress of Louisbourg national Historic Park with costumed guides interpreting the fortress as it was in 1744.

Travel through picturesque Nova Scotia.

Overnight in Halifax, Nova Scotia (1st of 2 nights). (B,L)


Day 9 –

Tour, with local guide, the highlights of Halifax, including the Public Gardens and Titanic Cemetery.

See Peggy’s Cove, a small fishing village popular to artists and photographers and enjoy a lobster lunch.

Overnight in Halifax, NS. (B,L)


Day 10 –

Ferry to St. John NB, after morning of leisure.

Lunch on board ferry.

Overnight in Bangor, ME  (B,L)


Day 11 –

Tour Kennebunkport, with guide, viewing the George Bush summer estate.

Relax with time to do as you please.

Overnight in Worcester, MA. (B,D)


Day 12 –

Visit the Norman Rockwell Museum, in Stockbridge, MA.

Lunch in the quaint New England town.

Travel homeward. (B,L)



For pricing & details, visit www.bobnefftours.com


To book for this trip, contact Bob Neff Tours at (717) 397-0000 or (800) 848-1492!


September 20
October 2
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