The path offers scenic views and numerous access points to outcroppings above the rocky shore, including major attractions like Thunder Hole and Otter Cliff.

5 hotel nights, 5 motels and 2 guesthouse nights (some smaller and more basic accommodation used due to remote location).

For your own room request our optional Solo Sleeper (see 'Dates and Prices' tab).

A walk down the streets of Lunenburg is sure to remind you of a journey back to a bygone era with its unique architecture exemplified in the colourful wooden structures that date back to colonial times, reflecting the town's position as a seaport and a centre for shipbuilding. Trail: Polly's Cove Trail Distance: 1.5 kms Elevation gain: 35 meters Duration: 30 minutes Altitude: 50 meters Accommodation: Admiral Digby Hotel (or similar) | Meals: Paid locally Leaving Canada, you catch an early morning ferry across the Bay of Fundy to St John, the largest city in New Brunswick.

Upon arrival, the rest of the day is free at leisure to explore.

You are free to arrive at any time today ahead of the welcome meeting at 6pm, where you'll meet your tour guide and fellow travelling companions.

Should you arrive early, why not visit some of the many parks, museums, landmarks, art galleries and waterfront cafes of Halifax.

Captain Whitty is a life-long resident of Ingonish Beach and will share his experiences with you and provide demonstrations of lobster trapping.

This dedicated walking tour of New England and the Canadian Maritimes is a trip to remember.

Book now Our routes have been carefully chosen to include the best night stops and highlights.