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The breathtaking natural wonders of the Rockies and the sophisticated city of Vancouver to the west offer you a gateway to Alaska. The east coast comprises of more than 40,000km of coast line, taking in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. Visit the large cities, flourishing sea ports along the coast and then make your way down the St Lawrence River. Don't forget the wildlife - whales, moose, deer and bears are just a small portion of what Alaska has to offer.
Why not extend your cruise few a few extra days and let Fred.\ tailor-make you a fly cruise from New York to Canda. In New York you'll never run out of things to do in the city that never sleeps, from the bright lights of Broadway and Times Square to the city's world-renowned museums, shopping, and vast culinary choices. It's an incredibly diverse and active place, consisting of an intricate patchwork of neighbourhoods, each with its own character and history, yet seamlessly coexisting.
Our Alaska cruises also offer a great way to see this part of the world. You could even combine a tour of this American state with a stay in Canada at the beginning or the end.
22 Aug 2017 for 16 nights on board Vision of the Seas
Price From £1508 pp
26 Aug 2017 for 15 nights on board Serenade of the Seas
Price From £1250 pp
Eastern Canada has much to offer; Halifax and St John are the gateways to Nova Scotia's picturesque landscapes and unspoiled rugged natural beauty. New Brunswick boasts vast forests, purling streams, gentle hills, rich farmlands, and a spectacular coastline dotted by historic towns. Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown is Canada's smallest providence in terms of area and population, but more than makes up for this with the friendliness of its people and its natural beauty.
It will take a couple of days to explore the architecture and ambiance of Quebec. The mostly French-speaking citizenry shows that some of France has been permanently ingrained in North America. In addition to its European flair, Quebec City is the only remaining walled city north of Mexico. Enjoy the views or explore the walking trails of Newfoundland from the town of Corner Brook, an island filled with magnificent fjords, thick forests and jagged headlands.
A cruise to the islands of St Pierre and Miquelon will take you to France's only territory in North America. The islanders take their French heritage very seriously; patisseries and French cars adorn every street. Both islands are home to quaint French towns, a refreshing climate, and beautiful landscapes.
In the West of Canada you will stop in Victoria and Vancouver. Once a British colonial post, Victoria is full of historic sites, public parks and groomed gardens. Due to its location, this quaint yet sophisticated little seaside city boasts the mildest climate in Canada. Often thought of as Canada's most beautiful city, Vancouver is a gorgeous thriving metropolis that's fortunate enough to be flanked by the ocean and mountains. With its numerous parks, beaches, gardens, museums, art galleries and ethnic diversity, Vancouver is one of those rare places that actually live up to its promise of offering something for everyone.
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