Offered By: Butler Motor Transit
A truly beautiful maritime adventure featuring a taste of New England, a complete tour of Nova Scotia to include Halifax and the spectacular Cabot Trail, Prince Edward Island, St. Andrews by the Sea and much more! Read through the itinerary and see for yourself why it’s so popular! A full bus some years – call soon!
Operates: No scheduled departures
Tour Length: 12 Days/11 Nights
Departs From: TBA
Double Room - $2,550.00
Quad Room - $2,310.00
Single Room - $3,390.00
Triple Room - $2,310.00
July 24: It’s always fun getting acquainted as we make a summer journey through the Pennsylvania mountains. Our overnight is in Danbury, Connecticut.
July 25: Early afternoon we arrive in Portland, Maine’s largest city, and enjoy an informative guided city tour. Our home for tonight is in South Portland. The evening is free to rest up – a great adventure is about to begin! (B)
July 26: This morning we cross the border in New Brunswick and travel up the scenic coast to the mouth of the Bay of Fundy and the island that captured the heart of FDR, Campobello Island. A quaint retreat with miles of beaches, we’ll visit the Roosevelt’s summer “cottage” and then it’s onto St. John, New Brunswick where a lovely “Maritime Buffet” awaits us. (B, D)
July 27: Today we will take a short trip out to see the Reversing Falls area and then board the MV Princess of Acadia for a relaxing, vista-filled 3-hour ferry ride to Digby, NS (yes, the coach goes along, too!). After docking, we begin our Nova Scotia experience as we make our way to Nova Scotia’s capital city of Halifax where you’ll fall in love with this area. Our home for the next two nights is the beautiful Delta Barrington in the heart of city centre. You’ll have easy access to Casino Nova Scotia and the exciting waterfront area where good times await at the many historic pubs filled with loud east coast music and a fun-loving maritime atmosphere. (B)
July 28: We’ll tour the city with a professional guide to see all the highlights of Halifax, one of the most captivating cities in North America. Some much-desired free time to explore will follow, and then…”Ahoy, Mateys” as we board the adventure-filled amphibious “Harbor Hopper”, the most popular tour in Atlantic Canada! Later, bask in true beauty as we drive the scenic trail to picturesque “Peggy’s Cove” (of postcard fame) with a special dinner at famous Sou’ Wester right on the Cove. (D)
July 29: The renowned Citadel Fortress is our first stop today for an interesting tour and fantastic view of the city. Then we depart for Cape Breton, N.S., and a two-night stay in quaint Baddeck at the Inverary Resort Inn. You will enjoy our lovely 11-acre resort on the shores of the glorious Brasd’Or Lakes. On the way into town, we’ll make a stop at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum. Then a choice-of-menu dinner is included tonight. A magnificently beautiful day in every way! (D)
July 30: We begin our wonderful Cabot Trail Adventure this morning! A stop at the Gaelic College, and then we’ll be on the famous "Trail". Some of the most spectacular scenery in North America will be ours to enjoy today. A lunch feast is included at the famous Keltic Lodge. There will be picture stops along the way and dinner awaits back at the resort. (B, L, D)
July 31: Rise and shine as we depart for our next adventure, Prince Edward Island. After a short ferryboat ride and scenic drive, we arrive in Charlottetown, the heart of the Island. Wait until you see our hotel here! We begin with something new this year, a horse-drawn tour of this capitol city on the PEI Trolley, and later include a delicious lobster or steak dinner at a restaurant right on the Charlottetown waterfront. (B, D)
August 1: This morning, we begin our fun with a visit to the famous “Anne of Green Gables” home and its neighboring Cavendish Beach! Next is our drive across the impressive billion-dollar “Confederate Bridge” – have plenty of film in your camera! We arrive in St. John, NB for our overnight. (B)
August 2: We’re off to “St. Andrews by the Sea” today for a look at the historical Algonquin Hotel. Overlooking the Passamaquoddy Bay sits this Tudor-style “Castle-by-the-Sea” – enjoy a photo op here and then some free time in the quaint downtown area. Next, we’ll cross into Maine as some pretty country roads lead us to our home for tonight in Scarborough. Dinner is included at a local favorite, the Weathervane. (B, D)
August 3: Today we make a picture stop at famous Portland Head Light and then head Southwest, back toward more familiar territory. Our overnight is at the Woodlands Resort near Wilkes-Barre, PA. Dinner is included at the resort for our last evening together. (B, D)
August 4: We are in the heart of “coal mining country”, and we will enjoy a little interesting touring this morning before we finish our journey home. (B, L)
Cost Includes: Deluxe motorcoach transportation, 18 meals (9 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 7 dinners), excellent lodging, all touring and admissions as listed in itinerary, luggage service and taxes
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IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: You will need a valid Passport or the new Passport Card to take this tour. See the following link on line to get one: www.travel.state.gov/passport No refund for improper identification. .
Terms and Conditions:
REFUND / CANCELLATION POLICY:
Prior to 30 days from your departure date a full refund will be made (with the exception of special event and/or show tours, air tours and cruises which will be different - be sure to ask about these details when your booking is made). There is no refund for cancellations made within 30 days prior to your departure date. But you are welcome to send someone in your place and let us know the name change (this does not apply to air and cruise tours which have various restrictions, strict cancellation policies and name change charges).
REFUND PROTECTION PLAN:
Butler Motor Tours offers a refund protection plan on all overnight tours with varying restrictions due to the nature of the tour. We highly encourage you to take advantage of it, although it is certainly your own individual decision. This plan is available at an additional cost and will protect your monies due to sickness or death, but it does not cover you if you simply "change your mind". An official written letter from the doctor is required for proof of illness or a statement as to the death in your family. This plan expires 30 days after cancellation, if the documentation is not received within 30 days of cancellation, the refund is forfeited. There is only a small window period of time in which you are allowed to purchase the plan so be sure to ask upon booking.
SMOKING & ALCOHOL:
To ensure passenger comfort, we have a "NO SMOKING" policy on all of our tours, which also includes e-cigarettes. Ample comfort stops are made for smoking and restroom convenience. Feel free to request a smoking or non-smoking hotel room when making your reservations. No alcohol is allowed on any tour at any time. We reserve the right to refuse boarding under such circumstances that these policies are not followed.
Butler Motor Tours reserves the right to cancel any tour that has not reached a minimum number of reservations. We also reserve the right to change tour prices and itineraries if so dictated by circumstances beyond our control. We always avoid canceling a tour if at all possible, as we understand the inconvenience to you - our valued customer. Feel free to ask about any departure, especially if you are taking vacation days at your place of work.
The cost of your tour includes one piece of luggage per person to be checked under the coach and one small carry-on piece. Any additional suitcase is allowed at a cost of $5.00 per day and this must be paid with the final tour payment. You will be responsible for the handling of your own carry-on luggage at all times.
Butler Motor Tours acts as an agent in arranging hotel and other accommodations and cannot be held responsible for non-performance.
Any person or group which requires an ADA accessible bus is requested to inform us at the time of reservation, and must notify us in writing no later than 48 hours prior to the charter's departure.