How easy is it to travel around in Atlantic Canada?
Vacationing in Atlantic Canada is easier than you think, and travel is simple. A network of primary and secondary highways connect all major centers and provide easy access to the scenic travel-ways, quaint villages, attractions and outdoor activities that abound throughout the region. Visitors find it easy to drive rental cars and motorhomes because we don’t have a lot of traffic. Modern ferries also connect each of the provinces providing a unique perspective to your tour while regional airports provide quick access around the region or to other areas of Eastern and Western Canada. There is also rail service connecting Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to other parts of Eastern Canada (Quebec, Ontario) and points further west.
- Newfoundland & Labrador Ferries
- New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island Ferries
- VIA Rail Train