Canada fall foliage tours are often a hidden gem, since so many people travel to New England during this time of year. French Canada is an amazing region to enjoy the rugged coastlines, quaint cities & seaside towns, as well as the vibrant colors of the changing of the leaves. Each year the colors peak from the end of September through the first few weeks of October, starting with reds and then unfolding into yellows & oranges. Fall is also a time where there are lots of regional festivals including pumpkin patches, corn mazes & apple picking along with lots of local craft fairs.
French Canada fall foliage trips often visit Quebec, New Brunswick, Halifax & Nova Scotia. In Quebec, the Paris of North America, admire the views from the famous Chateau Frontenac Hotel. Enjoy the markets and shops or the Petit Champlain quarter. There are also all types of outdoor recreation including hiking, biking and whale watching. Peggy's Cove Lighthouse in Nova Scotia is a must see. It is one of the most photographer lighthouses in the world. The views are breathtaking and the rock formations are unique. The region is known for hiking trails, kayaking adventures, as well as whale & birdwatching.
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