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This summer get ready to hike your cheeme off! With a boat load of treks along the East Coast Trail to pick from you'll be tuckered out by the end of the summer. Every path has its own unique features. From whale sightings, beautiful waterfalls, amazing landscapes and more. You can't miss out on any of these trails, so make it a point to conquer them all!

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Anyone who lives or has spent time on P.E.I knows there's more to the Island than just Anne of Green Gables and red sandy beaches.  There are extraordinary landscapes, provincial parks, historic sites and breathtaking views all over the province that visitors from all over the world travel here to see.

This year, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, CNN named Prince Edward Island number one on their list of seventeen travel destinations everyone has to visit.  We put together a collection of places on the Island that you have to check out next time you stop by!

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Newfoundland is so vast it's hard to know where to start exploring. From the sea stacks on the west coast to hiking the brilliant East Coast Trail, there's always a new adventure to dive into. Whether you're going solo or with a few friends be sure to take your camera — you won't want to miss capturing the beauty of this island!

Summer or winter, get out and immerse yourself in backwoods of this wonderful province. Discover Newfoundland through this list of magical places!

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Every city has a special element that makes it unique. Of course St. John’s is no different! Most people will say St. John’s is VERY unique in a number of different ways! We run our sentences together like we’re always in a hurry! We’re the most friendly people you’ll ever meet! Our downtown is one of the most colourful cities in the world! And don’t forget the food, Newfoundlanders love their salty foods!

So if you’re planning on visiting St. John’s or moving here for good, here’s a heads up on what you can expect!

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While you may consider a long hike through Point Pleasant Park to be more than enough exploration for one month day, there are a ton of tours and hikes to embark on all throughout Nova Scotia that you have to try.

Travel companies all over the province have set up special expeditions to take you and your friends on whale watching trips, wine tours and kayaking excursions that will show you a whole new side of Nova Scotia.  We’ve listed a couple incredible places below that you have to explore ASAP.

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