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Tours in Prince Edward Island (PEI) starting from $1,986

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Prince Edward Island Tours

Prince Edward Island’s motto is “parva sub ingenti” which means “the small under the protection of the great.”

The island was discovered by Jacques Cartier in 1534.

Out of the 10 provinces in Canada, Prince Edward Island is the smallest.

The provincial bird is the Blue Jay, which stays on the island all winter long.

Beer and pop were not sold in cans on Prince Edward Island until May 2008.

Approximately 15% of electricity used on the island is generated by renewable resources, primarily wind.

Why go on a Prince Edward Island tour?

Whether you approach the charming towns and coastal life of Prince Island by land, sea, or air, a bundle of excitement awaits you! Begin your adventure with a visit to the fishing village of North Rustico. Home to the world-famous Fisherman’s Wharf Lobster Suppers, this quaint area is a delightful summer destination – where travellers can choose from a wide variety of accommodation and activities. After, take some time to visit Province House, Prince Edward Island’s provincial legislature meeting place since 1847 and soak up the history of this site. Then drive along the coast and allow yourself to marvel at the sight of the various charming communities with each turn. Perhaps drive by North Cape Costal Drive and fall in love with the Mi’kmaq rich culture. Later, pay a visit to the township of Cavendish and discover the inspiration behind the classic children’s story about an orphan girl, "Anne of Green Gables."

When is the best time to go?

Prince Edward Island typically has a milder climate than the Canadian mainland. On average, the island welcomes a temperature of -7C in January and 19C in July. Daytime temperatures vary between 20C and 32C. Summer days and nights offer a refreshing breeze. Spring is a great time to visit, when temperature ranges between 8C and 22C. During this season, lobster fishing is also in full swing, perfect for travellers who enjoy seafood delicacies.

What are you waiting for? Treat yourself to an authentic island experience and book a Prince Edward Island tour today! To learn more about Prince Edward Island tours, speak with a travel agent who’s been there before! They can tell you more about this fascinating island and help you plan one amazing getaway.