The natural beauty, cherished past, rich traditions and smorgasbord of activities of Canada’s eastern maritime provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador) are best presented in the Green Guide Atlantic Canada. It reveals great places to go kayaking, fishing, whale watching, curling and even Highland dancing. Whether you’re looking for a historic inn, a rustic lodge or a convenient town hotel, Green Guide Atlantic Canada can help you find it. Use the Michelin famous star-rating system, its dedicated driving and walking tour routes, and its numerous detailed maps to plan your journey through these four seaside provinces. Michelin Green Guide Atlantic Canada recommends good spots to enjoy a lobster supper, watch a tidal bore, trace your family tree, dance an Acadian jig, and sea kayak along Nova Scotia’s shore. Plot your journey using Michelin’s colorful maps and specialists’ driving and walking tours.

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  1. Jonathan Dunkelblum says:

    I have fond memories of living in Fredericton, New Brunswick once upon a time…

    I hope I will be able to return to the province for a visit some day…

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