How to Get Here
Connecting to Prince Edward Island has never been easier with direct flights from four major hubs. Charlottetown Airport offers direct flights from Halifax, Montréal, and Toronto on a year-round basis and Ottawa on a seasonal basis.
On a clear day you will soar through the clouds and descend over the Island to capture a view of the rolling farm fields and red clay shores. The contrast of colors from the air resembles a beautiful patchwork quilt.
Insider’s Tip: If you haven’t planned out your entire PEI vacation, the Visitor Centre in the airport arrivals has state of the art vacation planning tools where you can map out your stay and things to do on massive touch screen counters!
When you take the ferry you arrive to the Island the way it was meant to be seen – by water. You will meet the ferry at Caribou, Nova Scotia and travel across the Northumberland Strait to Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island. During the 75-minute trip you can listen to live maritime music or sit back and relax to catch some rays on the deck. Northumberland Ferries Ltd offer ferry service from May to December.
Insider’s Tip: For your trip home take the evening ferry around sunset. You will see some of the most beautiful pink and red skies when the sunsets over the blue ocean.
Travel the Confederation Bridge! This curved, 12.9 kilometre (8 mile) long bridge is the longest in the world crossing ice-covered water. It makes travel to and from Prince Edward Island quick and convenient, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Insider’s Tip: For a scenic view at the foot of the Bridge, take a rest stop at the Cape Jourimain Nature Centre located at exit 51. You’ll want your camera for this pit stop to capture a snapshot of one of the world’s most magnificent engineering feats.