Photo by Shelley Gallant

PEI’s Most Loved Photos of 2017

2017 was filled to the brim with beautiful moments on Prince Edward Island. From rugged shorelines and captivating sunsets to rainbow fields of tulips, there were some wonderful moments captured by locals and come-from-aways alike. Below we rounded up the photos you loved most this year. Be warned: These photos will definitely ignite your wanderlust! … More

Photo by Janine Gallant

Falling for Fall in PEI

Autumn is in full force and everywhere you turn you’ll find the awe-inspiring colours of autumn. Deep golds, bright oranges, and vibrant reds make PEI a haven for photographers and nature lovers alike. Get ready to fall head over heels for Prince Edward Island. The stunning reflections of a PEI October is hard to surpass. … More

Canola Field in PEI

Rural Views That Will Make City Dwellers Swoon

There’s something about the beauty of rural PEI that makes you want to roll down the window and take the long way home. The wide open skies, rolling green fields, and miles of untouched natural beauty are sure to make any city slicker want to pack their bags and relocate to … More

Greenwich, PEI National Park - Photo by Heather Ogg ©Tourism PEII

An Ode to PEI’s Natural Beauty

Prince Edward Island has so many positive attributes, and its natural beauty tops them all. This summer Canada turns 150, and what better way to celebrate than by exploring the untouched beauty of its National Park? In honour of Canada 150, here is our tribute to the stunning vistas of PEI’s … More

Dalvay By the Sea, PEI

Picture Perfect PEI

Feast your eyes on windswept beaches, towering sandstone capes, communities dotted in rolling landscapes, dramatic lighthouses and architecture from a bygone era. These are just a few of the sensational sights you’ll experience when you take a photography tour with Vacations of a Lifetime. Country View Sightseeing Tours Start this … More

West Point Lighthouse, PEI

PEI’s Must See Lighthouses

The lighthouses of Prince Edward Island are some of the Island’s most beloved landmarks. Along our 1,100km of coastline, dozens of them can be found dotting the bright red cliffs. They symbolize strength in the face of adversity and finding direction in challenging times. Surrounded by wild waters and windswept cliffs, their light has been a … More