Last year we flew to Halifax, taking a tent and sleeping bags, rented a car and spent 6 weeks exploring. I wish I had another month. Newfoundland is a must. There is so much to see. We bought a Moon Book and it provided great information for places to visit. It was a great investment. I think I would have to start earlier than September, Ottawa is great, Quebec City is fantastic, Montreal is a blast. You could spend several days at each of these places.
Boy am I seeing a lot of Escapes on the road these days.
The plan is to travel from North Vancouver to Nova Scotia next year and then back by a southern route.
Rather ambitious, but we will have had the Escape and Rav for about a year.
My question is, how long should such a trip take, with lots of time to explore, no really long days on the road and close to a stress-free trip? We have a spare bunk for Dr. Phil.
I guessed 10 days one way, at a minimum ( exploring extra ).
I'd appreciate advice on how to ensure a good trip, places you just have to visit, advice on a return route. I think a subscription to a Serius Sat radio is a must, for instance.
If this topic has been done to death, maybe somebody could steer me to the answers.
We would probably leave early September.