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Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island

Invigorating ocean adventures, incredible red sand beaches and green pastoral landscapes — Canada’s smallest province has many delights. Add in a relaxed pace of life and welcoming locals, and it’s no wonder why Prince Edward Island has long captured the hearts of travellers. 

Epekwitk is one of the earliest names of what’s now called Prince Edward Island, which means “lying in the water.” The name comes from one of the largest Indigenous groups on the island: the Mi’kmaq, who have called the land home for 12,000 years.

There are a variety of ways to broaden your perspectives by experiencing the island through the perspective of the first inhabitants on the land. Learn how to make a traditional craft from an Elder. Feel the energy of a Traditional Gathering showcasing Mi’kmaw culture. Discover the methods for baking Bannock bread under the sand in Lennox Island, while listening to stories of the Mi'kmaq way of life.

Two travelers ride a tandem bicycle cart through Victoria Park in Charlottetown, by the ocean


The capital of the smallest province in Canada has a colossal backstory: it’s where the nation of Canada was founded.


Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in Prince Edward Island, there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore.

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Travel packages

Great regional escapes

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Cycling a series of pretty trail bridges to St. Peter's Bay
Great Canadian Trails

You’ll bike the most scenic sections of the Confederation Trail discovering small communities, artisan stores, local cafes, heritage buildings, abandoned rail stations and endless sandy beach. 

Best Golf Trips

Prince Edward Island Golf Tour  External Link Title

From CAD 873 per person (double occupancy)

5 days / 4 nights

Canada’s smallest province packs a big punch when it comes to golf. PEI has become one of Canada’s top golf destinations over the years, and with good reason. Great people, great places to stay, and a great collection of courses including The Links at Crowbush Cove, an oceanside gem ranked in the top 50 golf courses in Canada.

A person walks down a boardwalk towards a sandy beach. The boardwalk is surrounded by green bushes.
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Set your watch to island time – there’s no need to hurry when you’re on Prince Edward Island. There’s plenty to see and do during this leisurely journey, which encompasses some of the island’s most memorable experiences and hallmark attractions – from a floating boardwalk crossing the ocean waves to a sea-inspired al fresco feast. In-between, you’ll discover the charming communities, captivating landscapes and welcoming locals that have elevated the island to storybook status.