Ernie’s Charter Fishing

Welcome to Ernie’s Charter Fishing, Prince Edward Island’s ultimate Bluefin tuna and deep sea fishing charter! Whether it’s battling Bluefin tuna or going deep sea fishing with friends or family, we have the adventure for you! Choose from one of our three fishing adventures: Deep Sea Fishing: Includes cod and … More

Ross Family Ceilidh

Ross Family Ceilidh

Presented every summer since 2006, the Ross Family Ceilidh has become a staple of the PEI roots music scene and a vacation highlight for travelers. This young brother-sister group is noted for full-throttle performances, doused in “crazy legs” and non-stop movement — You have to see it to believe it! Fun, … More

Dalvay By the Sea

Dalvay By the Sea

Dalvay By the Sea is a Canadian National Historic Site located in the National Park on the North Shore of PEI. A Queen Ann Revival Style Hotel, originally constructed in 1895, the Resort also served as the fictional White Sands Hotel in the Canadian “Road to Avonlea” television series. The … More

By the Sea Kayaking, Victoria, Prince Edward Island

By-the-Sea Kayaking

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

The Table Culinary Studio, New London, PEI

The Table Culinary Studio

A beautiful converted church nestled in the rural farming landscape of New London, offering daily experiential culinary classes and nightly intimate Island dinners. Each day, hands-on culinary classes showcase fresh Island ingredients, teach cooking techniques and immerse visitors in the food and tradition of PEI through interactive demonstrations and trips … More

Mi'kmaq Quill Art

Mi’kmaq Quill Art

Quillwork is an ancient art that often resulted in the Mi’kmaq being referred to as the porcupine people. Learn about the history of quillwork and Mi’kmaq peoples as you choose your materials and make your decorative birch bark circle under the guidance of an Indigenous Artisan. Take home your finished product. … More

Bannock & Clams in the Sand

Bannock & Clams in the Sand

Using Mi’kmaq traditional methods, prepare your bannock and cook it under the  sand. Gather clams on the beach and cook them on an open fire. Listen to the stories of what life use to be like growing up in Lennox Island until your bannock is cooked. Experience takes approximately 3 hours. Bannock & Clams in the … More

Beat of One Drum

The Beat of One Drum

A true cultural experience like no other! This hands-on experience allows visitors to work with an Indigenous Artisan, learning about the importance of the hand drum to the Mi’kmaq culture while you assemble the base and weave moose hide to make your own drum to take home. The experience takes approximately 4 hours. The Beat of One … More