Fortress of Louisbourg
Canada's first lighthouse
Two 200 year old stone churches
few British colonial homes
$140 per person plus tax (price includes everything but food & drinks)
During the 18th century, Louisbourg was a key strategic location in the ongoing struggle between France and Britain for control of North America. In 1745, during King George's War, a British force led by William Pepperrell and supported by a fleet from the Royal Navy attacked and captured the town. The French regained control of Louisbourg in 1748, but it was captured again by the British in 1758 during the Seven Years' War.
Visitors can explore the town's history through guided tours, exhibits, and reenactments of daily life in the 18th century.
Enjoy a scenic, coastal drive to Keltic Lodge on the world-renowned Cabot Trail in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Take in the breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, rugged coastline, and lush green forests, and stop to capture personal photos of the famous scenery. Our vehicle comfortably seats 6 individuals, and the return trip takes 5 to 6 hours. Originally built to connect fishing villages along the coast, the Cabot Trail is named after the famous explorer John Cabot and has since become a must-see tourist destination. Experience the natural beauty of Nova Scotia and create memories that will last a lifetime.
$140 per person plus tax (price does not include food & drinks)
Usige Ban Falls is a stunning waterfall located in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. The falls are located 14 I’m 7 miles from beddeck is a popular destination for visitors looking to experience the natural beauty of the falls
To reach Usige Ban Falls, visitors must hike a short trail through the forest. The trail is easy to navigate, and takes visitors through dense forests and over rocky terrain. Along the way, visitors can enjoy the sights and sounds of the natural world, including the sound of rushing water in the distance.
As visitors approach the falls, they will be greeted by the sight of the cascading water, which tumbles down the rocks in a series of small pools. The falls are surrounded by lush greenery, and visitors can relax on the rocks and take in the stunning scenery.
$140 per person plus tax (does not include food & drinks)