Atlantic Canada articles
Written by our Atlantic Canada specialists, our travel articles are designed to give you a closer insight into Atlantic Canada, along with our top recommendations on what to do and where to go.
Atlantic Canada is made up of New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Four distinct provinces, but each with its own character and charm. Travel writer David Orkin shares his highlights.
With its vast national parks, spectacular wildlife, unique cuisine and buzzing cities, here are five good reasons why Newfoundland & Labrador is among our favourite Canadian provinces.
Atlantic Canada's spectacular provinces offer ultra-scenic road trips aplenty, so we've collated this list of the region's best routes from national parks and enormous mountains to ancient villages and historic landscapes.
New Brunswick is a laid-back corner of Atlantic Canada that, despite being the holiday destination of choice for presidents, a top whale watching spot and a classic summer-by-the-seaside feel, doesn't like to boast... but we think it shouldn't be so modest.
Canada's modernist eco-hotel is set for fame on BBC Two's Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby. Learn more about this extraordinary contemporary hotel on Newfoundland's Fogo Island.