Halifax Cruises

Peggs Cove lighthous in Halifx, Nova Scotia
Peggs Cove lighthous in Halifx, Nova Scotia
Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, Canada

The Eastern Canadian port of Halifax is the provincial capital of Nova Scotia with a rich maritime history. A vital part of Canada's infrastructure, Halifax is a major economic centre with many government and public sector companies based here, including the Department of National Defence. Praised for its quality of life, Halifax is a proud, vibrant city that represents modern Canada.

The urban city centre is home to a number of landmark buildings, and Halifax’s architecture will suit all tastes.[ReadMoreMob] Its Old Fort, Maritime Museum, Central Library and Art Gallery are all worth visiting and exploring. The city has a thriving arts, theatre and culinary scene, and Halifax pubs, with their craft beer culture, add to the whole experience.

Point Pleasant Park is particularly popular due to its seaside location, as is a stroll through the tiny Peggy's Cove, with its bustling fishing harbour and lobster fishery.

Cruises to Halifax

North American Waterways in the Fall, with New York

North American Waterways in the Fall, with New York

Departs: Southampton • Tue 29 Sep 2020
34 nights • Balmoral • L2026

  • Experience the seasonal scenic splendour of North America’s East Coast in the fall, with rare scenic cruising of size-restricted rivers and waterways and visits to remarkable cities in the US and Canada.
  • Admire autumn-coloured countryside scenes of red, yellow and brown woodlands as you sail the Cape Cod and Chesapeake & Delaware Canals; and enjoy a special journey along the Hudson River.
  • Sail by the Statue of Liberty and spend two days in New York, rich with world-famous attractions; visit Baltimore, gateway to Washington DC; immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland; and much more.

From £4,999pp

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