How To Get Here

Relax on Deck…

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 may choose to enjoy a meal or take in some live entertainment.  Of course just relaxing on the deck and taking in the beautiful sights and breath taking views is always a great option as well.

Northumberland Ferries Ltd offer ferry service from May to later December.


Take the High Road…

Travel the Confederation Bridge!  The 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.

From Moncton: Follow NB-15E to Port Elgin and exit to NB-16E toward Prince Edward Island and the Confederation Bridge. For scenic views at the foot of the Bridge, take a rest stop at the Cape Jourimain Nature Centre located at exit 51.

From Nova Scotia: Follow NS-102N to Truro and NS-104W toward Amherst/New Brunswick; NS-104W will become NB-2W upon crossing into New Brunswick. Continue on NB-2W and exit to NB-16E toward Port Elgin/Prince Edward Island and the Confederation Bridge.

Confederation Bridge

Soar through the Clouds…

The Charlottetown Airport offers direct flights from Halifax, Montréal, Ottawa and Toronto on a year-round basis with additional capacity during the peak summer months and also seasonal service from New York. If you are lucky enough to fly in the day light, you just might catch a glimps of the red cliffs and rolling green fields that resemble a patchwork quilt and are part of the beauty of Prince Edward Island.