From all corners of the country, Canada is known for its impressive and varied natural landscapes.
Framed by snow-capped mountains, tranquil waterways and lush landscapes, discover the many passages, channels, inlets and coves. The breath-taking scenery allows endless opportunity to explore.
2. Prince Edward Island
3. Saguenay River
4. British Columbia
The energetic city of Halifax hosts a range of great restaurants and traditional pubs. They are known for their local brew and creamed lobster roll. Visit the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, which showcases some of Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage. Explore the fifty lighthouses on the Nova Scotia coastline, starting with the iconic lighthouse at Peggy’s cove.
Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province. It boasts 23 beaches and over 1,000 kilometres of coastline. Explore the seas and net for cod or harvest lobster and mussels, then ask your on-board chef to prepare you a spectacular meal. Enjoy the beautiful landscapes and take a walk around Charlotte town, soaking up the local ambiance.
Lac-Saint-Jean region is characterised by two unique bodies of water, the Saguenay River, which is a remarkable fjord, and an interior lake measuring 25 kilometres. Discover the wonders of nature within the area. While the law protects whales and restricts boats to approach, you may encounter belugas with your zodiac or kayak. The impressive animals swim up to the mouth of Saguenay fjord to feed. This is a one-of-a-kind experience.
The British Columbia coast offers the untamed nature that will take your breath away, interspersed with beach towns, fishing villages and welcoming wilderness lodges. The region offers so much to explore: the warm, hospitable Salish Sea, breathtaking Yoho National Park, mazes of islands, fjords and channels, or the open coasts of Vancouver Island West and Haida Gwaii. British Columbia’s unparalleled network of coastal marine parks and protected areas ensure any superyacht charter on site with an abundance of whales, seals, otters, grizzly and black bears, and the oafish moose. Whales breach nearby, grizzlies vie for ocean-bright salmon, and eagles soar and dive. For fishing enthusiasts, British Columbia offers some of the best fishing waters in the world!
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