Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island, located in the Canadian Maritimes, in Eastern Canada, is a delightful stop for many cruise ships. You can also get there by other means: auto via the Confederation Bridge and ferry from Nova Scotia.

Even if your cruise only stops here for a day, you can see and do many of the things in this video if you plan carefully and efficiently. Having a car certainly increases your reach, but some of the tours by buses, vans and taxis also enable you to see a lot.

Though many people think of Prince Edward Island, or PEI as the locals call it, as being all about the sea, there is much of the island that is farm land, with rolling hills that bring to mind the American Midwest.

Even though you’re well fed on your cruise ship, leave a little room and time to enjoy a meal here, as the seafood is incredible!

You’ll get a warm reception from the locals, and you’ll likely put it on your list of places to return to.

natjasealThe North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) has announced that Len Kaufman won GOLD  place in the 2015 NATJA Awards Competition in the Travel Broadcast — Video  category. This awards competition, now in its 24th year, honors the “best of the best” in travel writing, photography and destination marketing that cover all aspects of the travel industry worldwide.

All of us at AllThingsCruise congratulate Len on this accomplishment.

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