Welcome to Prince Edward Island


The island is, as far as islands go, largely self-sufficient and has gained a reputation as a farm- and ocean-to-table culinary destination. Its size makes it easy to explore by car or bike – the island's Confederation Trail is one of the world's best cycling destinations. And, like the rest of the Maritime provinces, its people are warm and inviting.


Top experiences in Prince Edward Island

Travel guides

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Prince Edward Island activities

$57.23 Tours & Sightseeing

Green Gables Shore Tour from Charlottetown

Meet your tour guide and group at the Charlottetown Visitor Information Centre. Then board your vehicle and head out of town to the Green Gables Shore, a region on Prince Edward Island’s north coast that’s known for its natural beauty and Anne of Green Gables-related attractions. During the approximate 45-minute drive, listen to commentary from your experienced and informative guide, and admire the landscape as it changes from rolling farmland to windswept coastline. Pass by tiny fishing villages and make photo stops at lighthouses and Cavendish Beach, a broad stretch of sand in Prince Edward Island National Park. Known for its dunes and cliffs, it’s a favorite local beach.Next, head to Green Gables itself. Famous for being the inspiration and setting for native daughter Lucy Maud Montgomery’s 1908 novel, the 19th-century farm in Cavendish is a National Historic Site. Tour the classic green-and-white farmhouse to see its Victoria-era decor and artifacts.Finally, stop by the Prince Edward Island Preserve Company in the lovely village of New Glasgow. You can browse the selection of jams, marmalades and other goodies made with locally grown fruit. Your tour ends with the 30-minute drive back to the departure point in Charlottetown.

$21.46 Tours & Sightseeing

City Highlights Bus Tour of Charlottetown

This bus tour of Charlottetown takes you through areas of the city, waterfront, residential areas and more aboard double-decker sightseeing bus! Enjoy fun and informative commentary by your local guide and take in the highlights of the city. Discover the history and charm of Canada’s birthplace, as you ride through the streets of Charlottetown. Drive past Province House, Beaconsfield, Historic Great George Street, Charlottetown Driving Park, The Lieutenant Governor’s House, Victoria Park, University of Prince Edward Island, residential areas, and much more!Support the wishes of Island children between the ages of 3 and 17 who have been diagnosed with a life threatening illness. For every guest riding on our bus, a contribution will be made to the Prince Edward Island chapter of the Children’s Wish Foundation.

$365.45 Private & Custom Tours

Private Tour: Prince Edward Island and Anne of Green Gables

Begin your day with pickup from your accommodation in Charlottetown at your selected time. View rolling farmlands, stunning seascapes, tiny villages, and bustling harbors along the Green Gables Shore scenic drive as you make your way to the North Shore area. Brief photo stops will be made at quaint little fishing villages, lighthouses, and the world-class Cavendish Beach National Park (admission included). Then tour Green Gables House (admission included); this old farm site inspired L.M. Montgomery’s first novel, Anne of Green Gables, published in 1908. A must-see stop is Prince Edward Island Preserve Company, located in one of Canada’s prettiest villages. The company uses locally grown fruit to make delicious jams and marmalades. Relax and enjoy the picturesque landscape on the drive back to the city as your tour winds to a close. Tour ends with drop-off at your hotel.

$318.79 Private & Custom Tours

Private Charlottetown South Shore and Confederation Bridge

This tour begins with a brief tour of the city of Charlottetown and then travels along the scenic Central Coastal Drive through the heart of the South Shore, famous for its rolling hills, red cliffs, and winding rivers. Visit the seaside promenade of Victoria-by-the-Sea, an enchanting little village offering seaside charm and quaint, local shops and restaurants.  Enjoy some free time to stroll through the shops, take in the view, and maybe even grab a chocolate at the Chocolate Factory! Then take the short drive to Borden-Carleton, home of Gateway Village and the Confederation Bridge. Spanning 8  miles (12.9 kilometers), this engineering marvel is the world’s largest multi-span bridge over a tidal current waterway.

$1010.03 Multi-day & Extended Tours

7-day Puffin Tour from Halifax to Moncton

Day 1: Halifax to Pleasant Bay (Cape Breton)After a friendly welcome from your guide and introduction to the rest of our group you'll head towards the incredible region known as the Cape Breton Highlands, which are home to Canada's Scottish heritage. There are several breathtaking photo stops en-route and you'll hike the famous Skyline Trail - keep our eyes peeled for moose! At night, stay in a lovely hostel located on the Cape Breton Road. (Dinner included). Day 2: Cape BretonYou’ll have the opportunity to do an amazing whale watching tour this morning (additional $50 cost) where you will see Minke and Humpback whales and sometimes dolphins and seals. After the cruise, visit some beautiful areas of the park including Macintosh Brook and Black Brook beach. At night, wind down by a warming campfire on the beach under the stars. Day 3: Pleasant Bay to Bear on the LakeToday, continue to explore the Cape Breton region. You'll visit Ingonish Beach and the Middle Head hike where you'll explore the spectacular views of the coastal cliffs. At night, relax beside the lake and roast some marshmallows over the campfire. (Dinner included). Day 4: Cape BretonToday we will visit Louisbourg and you can choose to take a tour of the National Historic Site of Fortress of Louisbourg. This fort was founded in 1713 by the French and developed over several decades into a thriving centre for fishing and trade. Its two sieges, especially that of 1758, were turning points in the Anglo-French struggle for what Canada is today. Tonight we stay again at the wonderful Bear on the Lake hostel.Day 5: Bear on the Lake to CharlottetownThis morning, travel to Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest and greenest province. You'll take a beautiful drive and a ferry ride to the island. When you arrive you'll have time to explore Charlottetown, home to Canada's confederation signing! Day 6: Prince Edward IslandToday, continue to explore P.E.I., visiting Cavendish Beach as well as the beautiful Anne of Green Gables homestead. (Breakfast included).Day 7: Charlottetown to MonctonBegin your trip back into New Brunswick today across the 13km long Confederation Bridge and take a Lobster Boat cruise with a fresh lobster lunch. You'll also take a tour of Hopewell Rocks, an amazing area in the Bay of Fundy. This is where you can see and learn about the incredible tidal changes, which are some of the highest in the world! Tonight you'll stay in Moncton. Join your guide for a city walk and a night out on the town. (Breakfast included).

$46.65 Cultural & Theme Tours

Chinese Junk Boat Tour In Charlottetown: In the Wake of Zheng He

The tours start at Peakes Wharf in beautiful downtown Charlottetown.  We cast lines and motor out into Charlottetown Harbour until we reach the mouth of Hillsborough Bay, then the motor is shut off and the bright-red sails are hoisted.  The history of Chinese exploration is told, especially about the great Chinese Admiral, Zheng He.  Food is served (dinner cruises).  Often, seals and other wildlife is observed in the natural wild whilst underway.  Chinese history is also told, including stories about the first Chinese immigrants to the new World.  Many props and visuals are presented and passed around.Of particular interest is the presentation about Ma Zu, the ancient Chinese sea goddess.  A restored example is aboard Hai long, for all to admire.During day cruises, snacks are serves.  Soft drinks are water are free, beer and wine is available at extra cost.Narration is given in either Chinese (Mandarin), English or French, as required.