Cruise Ships - Shore Excursions
Shore Excursions are just a stone's throw away from the ship on this beautiful Island!
With so many unique and exciting tours to choose from, you'll leave wanting more!
Some of our Top Experiences Include
The Island's Finest: Anne, Lobster and Scenic Drive - Prince Edward Island is a place noted for its friendly people, warm hospitality, rolling farmlands, stunning seascapes, tiny villages and bustling harbours - all of which you will see along the scenic Green Gables Shore. PEI's North Shore is most famous for the red cliffs. Here you will also find Cavendish Beach, located in scenic Prince Edward Island National Park, the Anne of Green Gables Homestead and delicious lobster. Enjoy lunch at the Prince Edward Island Preserve Company - an island landmark known for its great food.
Historic Charlottetown by Horse Drawn Trolley - Take an old-fashioned journey and see why Charlottetown is called "the city of churches and trees." Your horse-drawn trolley pulled by a pair of magnificent Clydesdales will take you through historic downtown Charlottetown filled with quaint shops and wonderful examples of Victorian architecture. You'll pass historic Great George Street, Province House National Historic Site, Confederation Centre of the Arts and Founders' Hall Canada's Birthplace Pavilion.
Sea Kayaking - Experience the natural history and local color of Prince Edward Island from the water. Join your guide on the beach for a short sea kayaking class, no experience required. Then paddle past high cliffs and long beaches to learn about the fragile dune ecosystem, the red fox, the beaver, endangered piping plover, and the great blue heron that you may see in the National Park. Your guide will explain what makes the beaches golden- and the soil so red. Beneath the cliffs at Cape Turner, enjoy a light snack.
Harbour Hippo: Land and Sea Duck Boat Tour - Discover historic Charlottetown by amphibious vehicle (a "duck" style boat/truck). This brief tour will take you through the heritage district of Charlottetown, passing by historic homes dating back to the early 1800s. Learn about Charlottetown's origin and its place in the formation of modern-day Canada. "Splash" into the water for a relaxing harbour cruise, during which the guide will provide additional historical facts and folklore.
Charlottetown by Double Decker - With your expert guide, you'll board an authentic doubledecker bus - the ideal way to experience the charm of Charlottetown's city streets. Drive by some of the highlights: Province House National Historic Site, Beaconsfield, the Lieutenant Governor's mansion, Victoria Park, University of Prince Edward Island and much more. Pass by the Confederation Centre of the Arts, home of "Anne of Green Gables - the Musical". Watch for the "Fathers" of Confederation on Great George Street.