If you are heading to the west coast of Ireland, a must stop is the Cliffs of Moher. Towering 702 feet above sea level , here you’ll get awe-inspiring views. Experience it from the top, walking the paths or take a cruise to see them from below.
An amazing stop when in Ireland is a visit to Garnish Island. Off the coast of West Cork, it’s home to gorgeous gardens that change with the seasons. The short ferry ride from Glengariff provides stunning views, like the one you see above.
When in Connemara, stop to visit the stunning Kylemore Abbey. Set on a 1,000 acre estate, it’s surrounded in stunning scenery. Visit the Victorian Walled Garden, where you’ll only find plants from that era.
Did you know there’s a place where you can walk on the Earth’s mantle? Head to Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, where you’ll find the Tablelands, forged from ancient continents colliding. See the Earth in a way that few do.
Looking for a unique experience? Enjoy a boat trip in Western Brook Pond, a landlocked fjord in Newfoundland. It’s a 45 - 60 minute walk from parking to the dock, but on the way you'll be rewarded with views like this.
Cape Breton was voted the #1 island in North America to visit by Travel & Leisure. You can go there without exploring the Cabot Trail, a stunning scenic drive. Along the trail you can enjoy photo stops, whale watching, hiking, and charming towns.
Some things in life are worth the work. The hike to Cape Split in Nova Scotia is one of those things. Allow 4-5 hours total for this trail, which is up hill through woods, until you reach this. From atop the 200 ft cliffs you’ll get spectacular views over the Bay of Fundy.
One of the top attractions in New Brunswick is Hopewell Rocks. Here you can see the incredible tide changes of the Bay of Fundy, and at low tide you can walk the ocean floor and see the incredible flower pot rock formations.
Saint Andrews is a charming seaside town in New Brunswick and great stop on any itinerary. Enjoy quaint shops, whale watching on the Bay of Fundy, visit Kingsbrae Gardens, or drive across the ocean floor to Ministers Island - there are many wonderful adventures to be had here.
Just south of St. John’s on the Irish Loop you can enjoy a boat trip from Bay Bulls Newfoundland. View the Puffins at Witless Bay Ecological Reserve, see whales and incredible geological features along the way.