In this video you’ll hear more about that maritime charm from locals and find out where you can go in the seaside provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to experience it.
If you’re planning a Disney cruise to Canada this summer, here are a few Port Adventures I recommend to enjoy first-hand the quaint fishing villages, seafaring history and mouth-watering fresh seafood…
Peggy’s Cove, Lobster Lunch & Maple – Visit Peggy’s Cove, a famous fishing village known worldwide as having one of the most photographed lighthouses. Here you’ll learn about the lobster fisheries and enjoy a delicious lobster lunch overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Learn the Ropes Featuring Exclusive Youth Activity & Hop On Hop Off – Explore the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, where children can take part in an exclusive activity accompanied by Disney Cruise Line Youth Counselors, allowing parents some free time to explore. Next, re-group and explore the heritage of Halifax at leisure aboard a Hop On Hop Off double-decker bus.
St. Martins & the Bay of Fundy – Travel to the picturesque fishing village of St. Martins on the shores of the Bay of Fundy with its famous sea-carved caves, twin covered bridges, delicious seafood chowder and old-fashioned hospitality.
Now that you know more about what Atlantic Canada has to offer…when the ship’s in port, venture ashore!