Trees in the fall in Montreal.

Fall Splendors of Canada and New England

September 26, 2020 - October 6, 2020
Price starting at: $4,199

Your journey begins in New York. Revel in the Big Apple’s world-class assortment of museums, theaters, restaurants, and shops before you board Oceania Cruises’ Insignia and sail to Newport. Here, see the famous Vanderbilt homes and The Breakers or visit the Castle Hill Lighthouse. Cruise through Cape Cod Canal and stop in Boston, one of America’s oldest and most influential cities. Spend the day shopping, taking in the scenic views, and enjoying upscale dining. Experience the towering granite cliffs and rocky shoreline of Bar Harbor, a nature-lover’s paradise at the backdoor of Acadia National Park. In Saint John, wander through the streets lined with Victorian-style buildings or take a trip to see the Reversing Falls. Next, travel to Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia. Visit Citadel Hill or stroll the historic waterfront, an inviting scene for entertainment, restaurants, and shops. Spend a day at sea and arrive in Sept-Îles, which boasts beaches, hiking trails, and secluded hideaways. Take in the extraordinary wildlife of Saguenay’s unique fjord and its ecosystem that draws pods of visiting whales and seals. Montréal will be your final port, but before that, stop in Québec City, North America’s only walled city. Cruise price includes economy airfare, free unlimited internet onboard, and your choice of either 6 shore excursions, a beverage package, or a $600 shipboard credit per stateroom. Read More >

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