Highlights of travel for most, are the times we connect with ‘locals’ and gain a meaningful understanding of the place, its people and way of life. Discover a vibrant literary and cultural community when you meet the ‘locals’ at two literary festivals and various musical and theatre events. A literary focus also underpins some of the charming places you visit and gives insight into the cultural heritage of these four provinces. Some of the most well-known: Prince Edward Island, the setting for ‘Anne of Green Gables’; Newfoundland in Annie Proulx’s ‘The Shipping News’; New Brunswick, portrayed through theatre and dance, based on the writings of Acadian author, Antonine Maillet; and Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia, the land of Longfellow’s Evangeline. Also featured are places of historical interest, national parks, walks, boat tours, and time to savour the succulent seafood and locally inspired cuisine.
TOUR MANAGER – Jenny Newby Fraser
Jenny belongs to a couple of book clubs and is an avid reader. She attends the Auckland Writer’s Festival each year and is excited by the idea of attending the literary festivals in Atlantic Canada. Currently Jenny works in the adult literacy field. She has extensive Polytechnic experience and a strong background in adult
education, communication, professional development, internationalisation, and in the use of technology in the teaching and learning process.
TOUR DATES Tuesday 7 – Sunday 25 August 2018 (18 nights)
- The services of a Calder & Lawson tour manager
- Economy class airfares
- 17 nights accommodation
- Most meals as specified in the itinerary
- National and local guides
- Air conditioned coach travel throughout
- All group transfers
- Sightseeing as detailed in the itinerary
- All tips for local guides
- Pre-tour material
TOUR PRICE Ex Auckland
Share twin per person NZD$14,920
Single supplement NZD$ 1,999
Please contact Calder & Lawson Tours if you are interested in a single occupancy place.
GROUP SIZE: Minimum 10, maximum 16