Canada & New England Cruises

Cruise along the shores of Eastern Canada including Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador and discover the historic cities and Fall foliage on display in New England. From quaint lighthouses overlooking the stunning coastlines and the raw natural beauty of Canada’s National Parks, to fishing villages and cosmopolitan cities, there is plenty to discover on one of 124 cruises around Canada & New England.

Popular Canada & New England Cruises

13 Days Montreal to New York
Operated By: Viking
17 Days Toronto to Boston
Operated By: Travelmarvel
13 Days Montreal to Charleston
Operated By: Silversea
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Highlights of a cruise around Eastern Canada and New England

Fall Foliage in New England
Fall Foliage in New England
Marvel at the coastline and countryside as an orange-red hue spreads from tree to tree, set alight by the autumn colours in September/October.
Lighthouses and Lobsters
Lighthouses and Lobsters
Follow Nova Scotia’s Lighthouse Route boasting captivating coastal scenery, lighthouses, lobster shacks and rustic fishing villages like Peggy’s Cove.
Saguenay National Park
Saguenay National Park
A haven for outdoor enthusiasts, here you can hike picturesque trails, kayak glassy waters, and marvel at the only navigable fjord in Canada.
Woodlands and Wildlife in Nature's Playground
Woodlands and Wildlife in Nature's Playground
Discover 47,000 acres of sprawling natural beauty riddled with hiking trails and wildlife on an excursion from Bar Harbor, the gateway to Acadia National Park. Wander through the woodlands or take it all in from atop Cadillac Mountain.
French-Canadian Charm in Quebec City
French-Canadian Charm in Quebec City
Soak up the European charm emanating from the cobblestones as you wander the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Quebec Old Town. Relish the characteristic cuisine of the region and enjoy delicious pastries at iconic Château Frontenac.

Canada & New England Brochures

124 Canada & New England cruises sourced from 18 Operator brochures

Recent Reviews

What our clients are saying about their Canada & New England journeys

“Passage through New England and Eastern Canada”
Margot - VIC, Australia Aug 2019
Booking process was easy with Jemma responding to queries promptly. The coach travel portion was as expected, early starts but getting into destinations early. Some glitches with information not passed on at first hotel in Boston. Accommodation was of good quality, included evening meals of a fair standard. Shelburne museum a great place with plenty to see. The Tour Director, Hilary, was very knowledgeable and helpful. The ship embarkation and disembarkation was a streamlined process. Ocean view more

“Great Trip and Great People”
Darrell & Barbara - VIC, Australia Jun 2019
Thanks to Hannah our trip went off very well and would use Global Journeys in the future. Our touring party was fantastic and a very good mix and we all got on like a house on fire. If I did this trip again I would look at another flight option.

“Amazing autumn colour of foliage and beautiful small towns ”
Marg & Gladys - QLD, Australia Sep 2018
We booked our trip with Global Journeys and toured with Globus and have booked with Georgie for all our trips and find her to be quick to give you the best price. To be very thorough in checking our itinerary to make sure we have thought of everything. As for the trip it was totally amazing such colour and Niagara Falls Wow, the Cruise up around Nova Scotia and back to Boston was fantastic. I would recommend it to anyone.

“Coach and cruise”
Christine - NSW, Australia Sep 2018
We loved our recent trip both by coach and cruise ship. It was fascinating to visit the three beautiful cities of Boston, Montreal and Quebec. The first part on the coach was fast paced, well organised and very well hosted. Our fellow travellers were mainly Americans which was both interesting and delightful to meet such an enthusiastic bunch. The cruise, as always with Holland America was perfect, great staff, activities and excursions. Smooth waters for the most part too. I would recommend this more