Prince Edward Island Journey Information | Visiting PEI Canada

Prince Edward Island Travel Guide | Visiting PEI Canada

Come be a part of us as we go to PEI as our ultimate maritime province on this Canada street journey. Our Prince Edward Island journey information covers locations to go to, prime sights and scrumptious native meals value sampling. Once you’re pondering of gorgeous Canadian provinces to go to in the summertime, Prince Edward Island (PEI) ought to be close to the highest of your checklist.

Whether or not you need to discover lovely pink sand seashores, devour scrumptious lobster, meander by nationwide parks or go to the world-famous Ann of Inexperienced heritage place you will discover Prince Edward Island has one thing to supply everyone.

In our PEI journey information we spend a number of days exploring the island with household and Togo having fun with the laid-back tempo of life, gorgeous surroundings and scrumptious seafood alongside the way in which. Have you ever visited Prince Edward Island or different provinces in Atlantic Canada? Tell us about your experiences within the remark part under.

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Prince Edward Island Journey Information | Visiting PEI Canada:

At the moment we’re going to be taking you round Prince Edward Island, considered one of Canada’s three maritime provinces and the ultimate vacation spot of our street journey! We had 4 days to discover the island and through that point, we visited fishing villages, walked alongside the well-known pink sand seashores, toured the house of Anne of Inexperienced Gables, sampled our first lobster roll, and loved a scrumptious seafood feast ready by Sam’s uncle who’s a chef on the island. It was a extremely enjoyable go to, so all that and extra arising on this video!

We shortly retreated again to the farmhouse we had rented, and regardless of the mosquitoes attacking, we did get to get pleasure from a pleasant sundown on our dash again.

The next morning, we acquired up shiny and early able to discover the island. Our first cease, a seashore for Togo to splash round in.

After our go to to the seashore, we hopped again within the automobile and drove as much as Cavendish, the place the primary attraction is Inexperienced Gables Heritage Place. Whether or not you’ve learn the books, seen the flicks, or watched the sequence, setting foot right here will transport you to the late 19th century the place you may relive Anne’s adventures.

The next morning we woke as much as a fairly gray and wet day, however that wasn’t going to maintain us from exploring the island. We hopped within the automobile and drove to Greenwich Seashore, which had been really helpful to us by a neighborhood.

We drove to a close-by city the place Togo acquired to get pleasure from some playtime on the seashore, and after he had his fill of splashing round and fetching the stick, we acquired again within the automobile. At this level, the rain was actually beginning to decide up, so we returned again to the farmhouse.

The subsequent morning we drove to close by Borden-Carleton, a city situated proper on the foot of the Confederation Bridge. Each vacationer who drives to PEI passes by right here, plus the city has a couple of vacationer sights like a lighthouse, a boxcar, and a few enjoyable picture ops. And have I discussed that you simply get the perfect views of the Confederation Bridge? Since you do!

That night we had a really particular visitor. Sam’s uncle, Hans Anderegg, is a Swiss chef who lives on the island and teaches on the Culinary Institute of Canada. He kindly ready us a seafood feast that includes oysters, scallops, fish and lobster. It was mouthwateringly scrumptious!


That is a part of our Journey in Canada video sequence showcasing Canadian meals, Canadian tradition and Canadian delicacies.

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40 thoughts on “Prince Edward Island Journey Information | Visiting PEI Canada

  1. Live Life says:

    I typically visit PEI twice a year and whenever I go, I always seek out the scallops and oysters. The Culinary Institute is a place that we would visit once a year. The meal I had there was always the finest meal I ate each year. It is fine dining at its best. You go their to experience "flavour" concocted by very talented chefs. One year, I ordered chowder and it was the nicest chowder I've ever had. I don't think I will ever have that experience again but am glad I had the experience once in my life. The Culinary Institute is a place I would definitely seek out. They also serve lunch.

  2. Paulo Souza- Som says:

    Beautiful place.^^. One day maybe I'll visit this paradise… I live in Manaus, Amazonas / Brazil .. For now we cannot leave here because of the Pandemic. But who knows, one day I might even live in PEI.^^. Now, the coronavirus is swallowing many lives here :_(<-< , but it will pass.^^. If I survive, my life will be divided into Bc / Ac (before covid / After covid).

  3. Witch Please! says:

    I hope you do not take this the wrong way, but your Dad (he cooked the bacon wrapped scallops) is extremely attractive! 🙂 Also, could you give me the recipe for the salmon with mustard/ maple syrup? I'd love to try it!

  4. Emily BH says:

    Wow, i bet the dinner made by Sam's uncle and such an accomplished professional chef was really yummy!

    A good way to cook the bacon wrapped scallops is to partially cook the bacon first; wrap them around the scallops and cook both till the bacon is cooked the rest of the way and the scallops are done. This way you don't overcook the scallops.

    I always used to chew the oysters a little. Horseradish sauce added is nice too.

  5. Sara M says:

    I was told about this video by someone who recognized the Airbnb and then noticed the random dog that came to visit. I have to take ownership for her. She is mine and her name is Rylee, my parents live right next door and Rylee occasionally spends weekends out there when I am busy. She has greeted many of the people who have stayed in the Airbnb.

  6. Lauren Gaudet says:

    There’s a beautiful trail in greenwich that’s a bit further down from the beach, i’m not sure if dogs are allowed but it’s a floating boardwalk so you go over the water and through the dunes! So pretty.

  7. Jo jo says:

    Maple syrup is popular in other countries but it is hard to find it without the heavy glass bottles which add to the weight for foreign visitors who want to take some home. By the way I had maple sausages the other morning. If you are overnight on a farm wait til you have to go get the cows home, and I had a hard time to get them moving in the right direction. Thanks for another great video.

  8. Sharon Carter says:

    The mosquitoes and black flies were the worst this year ..I think it was because we had such a wet spring. Beautiful white sand beaches on the north shore of PEI…I rent a cottage there every year.

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