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Paddle into Paradise

Paddle into Paradise

By-the-Sea Kayaking

Take to the water with By-the-Sea-Kayaking and leave your carbon footprint behind. Explore the shoreline of Prince Edward Island from a whole new perspective that you won’t find on dry land. Tours depart with experienced guides from the colourful picturesque village of Victoria-by-the-Sea, catering to all levels from first-timers to…

Family Dream Vacation

Family Dream Vacation

Mill River Resort
180 Mill River Resort Rd., Woodstock

Welcome to the good life! Mill River Resort is a next-level, 4-star, 4-season family resort along the North Cape Coastal Drive. Here you can stay, play, relax and explore all that’s awesome in western PEI from one of the Island’s most unique resorts. For recreational and avid golfers alike, Mill…

Beaches and Bogeys

Beaches and Bogeys

Points East Coastal Drive

Points East Coastal Drive offers visitors a chance to get away from it all while feeling a bit like they’ve finally come home. Discover the magic of Eastern Prince Edward Island and lose yourself in the serenity of unspoiled land and charming rural communities that are safe, friendly and easy…

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Crowbush Couples Staycation
2 nights from $399

Rodd Crowbush Golf & Beach Resort


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Seaglass Haven

690 Rte. 310, Fortune Bridge
Recently remodelled, this cute and cozy space has incredible views overlooking Bay Fortune and is walking distance to Chef Michael Smith's ...


Morell, PE
PEI's original capital, this small community continues to thrive as a business centre. For outdoor and adventure lovers, the Morell River ...

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Photo by Carrie Gregory ©Tourism PEI

Thunder Cove Beach

Thunder Cove Beach is one of those hidden gems that locals try to keep for themselves. It’s off-the-beaten-path in Darnley, just outside of Kensington. While most of PEI’s north shore is known for epic rolling dunes and wide beaches of fine sand, Thunder Cove is so much different. The shore and beach is geologically diverse and a real-time example of how water and wind shape and change the Island landscape. The sandstone cliffs, columns (sea stacks) and cave formations are never the same way twice, completely at the mercy of a restless stone carver – nature!

Insider’s Tip: Be careful climbing the cliffs. Sandstone is fragile rock, which makes for gorgeous sand but tricky climbing. And look out below! Local kids love doing flips off the dunes into the soft sand below. A short drive or kayak paddle away is a mesmerizing sea stack known as Teacup Rock. It is best viewed in early morning when the water is calm and the sun is still low in the sky.

Photo by Carrie Gregory

Kayaking in Victoria By the Sea

Victoria by the Sea

Victoria by the Sea is a picturesque fishing village on the southern shore brought to life by the many artisans who call it home. This quaint seaside village is the place to go when you truly want to get away from it all.

Take in this charming village by meandering your way along the tree-lined streets, you’ll come upon a trademark red and white lighthouse, a theatre, galleries, studios, cafes, even a chocolate factory!

If you’re looking to take in some of the Island’s seaside experiences, Victoria by the Sea is the perfect launching point. Situated on the Island’s southern coast, Victoria by the Sea’s waters are warm and protected, making them the perfect place for coastal exploring. With By the Sea Kayaking you can rent kayaks or paddle boards. Or you can do as the locals do and join in on a clam digging excursion!

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Thunder Cove Beach is one of those hidden gems that locals try to keep for themselves. It’s off-the-beaten-path in Darnley, just outside of Kensington. While most of PEI’s north shore is known for epic rolling dunes and wide beaches of fine sand, Thunder Cove is so much different. The shore … More

Get away from it all Victoria by the Sea is a picturesque fishing village on the southern shore brought to life by the many artisans who call it home. This quaint seaside village is the place to go when you truly want to get away from it all. Picture postcard village … More

No one knows Prince Edward Island better than the people who live and explore it every day.  Learn about beaches the locals use, the best spot for kayaking, find out where Islanders buy their fresh seafood and what to do with the kids on a rainy summer day.  Look no … More

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Where to Kayak in PEI

There’s no better way to explore Prince Edward Island’s coastal shores than by getting acquainted with our beautiful waterways. Whether you’re hitting the oceans breaks of the north shore or paddling our rivers or lakes, PEI waterways offer a range of adventures for all levels of paddlers to enjoy. For … More

By-the-Sea Kayaking

By the Sea Kayaking, Victoria, Prince Edward Island

Join Paul at By-the-Sea Kayaking in Victoria for a unique clam digging experience. Before paddling out to your clamming experience, your adventure will begin with some basic kayak instruction to get you on the water and moving as efficiently as possible. You will then kayak to the Tryon Shoal, a … More

PEI Kayaking Adventure

My better half and I recently visited Victoria by the Sea. As I drove through the quaint village to the water, I couldn’t help but feel like I was transported back to the Victorian era. Charming tree lined streets and beautiful traditional homes make this the perfect seacoast village to … More

Kayaking to Lunch

It was late June and a gorgeous summer day, the sun was shining and wispy clouds lined the sky.  I took a short walk down to the water and couldn’t feel a speck of wind. Covehead Bay on PEI’s North Shore was so calm I could literally see my reflection. I decided … More

Welcome Back to PEI!

After a long wait, we are so excited to welcome visitors back to our gentle Island! You deserve a vacation more than ever, and there is no better destination than the island of sprawling beaches, world-class cuisine, and relaxing accommodations. With PEI’s 5-stage re-opening plan set in place, Summer 2021 … More

Points East: A True PEI Adventure

I loaded up my car to explore PEI’s Points East Coastal Drive and all I can say is, Wow! This scenic drive is bursting with gems and treasures to see and do. The eastern side of the Island is home to more than 50 beaches, some of which are renowned … More

49 Travel Tips from PEI Locals

  We sifted through locals’ recommendations from the best beaches to the best seaside look-offs to help you lock down the ultimate PEI to-do list. And now we have it, straight from the locals who know it best!   If you find yourself with a mile-long list of things you … More

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

Ultimate PEI Dining Experiences

With summer so beautiful and fleeting, it’s of utmost importance to squeeze every bit of goodness out of it while you can. And for most people, that goodness revolves around good food and good fun. Tip to tip of this Island is a foodie’s heaven and an adventurer’s dream. When places … More

Things to Do in Charlottetown

Summer is in the air in Charlottetown! Patios are popping up everywhere, people are swarming to the park, and you can feel that contagious summertime energy throughout the whole city. This small, but charismatic city packs a big punch when it comes to things to do during the summer, offering … More

Hidden Gems You Can’t Miss

Photo by Carrie Gregory ©Tourism PEI

There is no better way to experience the heart of a place than to uncover the hidden gems that lie off the beaten path. From small halls that come alive with music to sandstone caves and sea stacks, there are so many hidden gems that lie outside of the tourist handbooks. Take a … More

Unique PEI Experiences

Experience PEI - Bar Clamming Adventure

Prince Edward Island has an abundance of dazzling nature, rich history, and delicious homegrown cuisine. With so much to explore there are many ways to Experience PEI hands-on with the locals that know it best! Whether it’s by harvesting your own dinner or constructing the sandcastle of your dreams, here are … More

Ways to Get On the Water

Dining Cruise in Montague Prince Edward Island

On Prince Edward Island you’re never more than 20 minutes from the ocean. And thankfully, the fun doesn’t end at the beach. There are so many ways to go beyond the Island’s red sands and onto the glimmering waves. Since a PEI vacation isn’t complete without some time spent on … More

An Ode to the Ferry

The ferry has been a mainstay of Island life for generations. From its inception in 1941 the ferry has been a favourite mode of transportation for Islanders and visitors alike. But bringing travellers to and from Prince Edward Island is just the beginning. With spectacular sunsets, abundant marine life, the … More

Sunset Trail Ride

Rodd Brudenell River Resort, Prince Edward Island

A Mother-Daughter Dream Comes True at Brudenell Stables The excitement rises as nine-year old Leila and Mom leave from Charlottetown. We will soon be entering the world of fairy tales: saddles, stables and sunsets. Maybe it’s the leftover adoration from a land of magic and princesses, of galloping horses and … More

PEI’s Quaint Seaside Villages

Fishing Boeys PEI

Imagine a place that awakens your senses. A place that invites you to embrace the sights and sounds that are all around you. Prince Edward Island’s villages are shaped by the sea. Here, you can immerse yourself in the charm of its historic playhouses, irresistible seafood restaurants and one of … More

Point’s East Adventures

Greenwich National Park

Being born and raised in eastern Prince Edward Island, I love when the summer hits and it’s time to get out exploring. Afterall, we just made it through a long quiet winter and now the Island has come alive with colors, smells, sights and sounds.  I was brought up on … More

PEI’s Little Known Wonders

Prince Edward Island is most known for its beautiful mile long sandy beaches, pristine golf courses and a particularly stubborn red headed girl of Avonlea, but our Island also has some interesting natural occurrences that many don’t know about and if you are lucky you just might stumble upon a … More

Winter Family Fun

My family and I recently spent a winter weekend at Rodd Mill River Resort and Spa in Mill River, PEI. We piled the family and winter gear into the car and boy do I mean gear. We have a 5 year old and a 6 week old and it always … More