Is there anything more glorious than Canada and New England in its fall foliage season? Well, maybe. Summer’s great too. Really, though, whenever you go to eastern Canada and the northeastern U.S., you’ll find magic.
Color Your World by Following Fall in Canada and New England
By Eric Lucas, writer, and Ross Macdonald, filmmaker
“New England and Canada was a cultural melting pot that I hadn’t expected,” Silversea filmmaker Ross MacDonald tells us. “However, I was traveling in October and so the fall colors stole the show.” Indeed. To quote philosopher Albert Camus, “Autumn is a second spring, when every leaf is a flower.”
There’s no better way to visit New England and Atlantic Canada than approaching them by ship in summer or fall, just as the early explorers and settlers did. What do you want to know about the region’s ports of call? We show you.
Insider’s Guide: Canada’s Halifax is a Blend of Big-Time Charm and Small-Town Feel
By Martha Chapman
Halifax is the ideal jumping-off point for visiting some of the prettiest places in the province. Did you know there are a dozen wineries in the region’s Annapolis Valley? No doubt you’ve heard of the quaint Peggy’s Cove and the beautifully preserved fishing village of Lunenberg. So many options!