Tour Length: 5 hours
Private Booking 1-6 Passenger
Public Bus Tour 22 Passengers
Back in 1803, Thomas Douglas, the 5th Earl of Selkirk used his inheritance to assist displaced highland farmers from Scotland’s Isle of Skye to immigrate to Belfast, Prince Edward Island. Their descendants are living a vibrant rural life today over two hundred years after their forefathers. Belfast, as you will see, has stunning coastlines and breathtaking landscapes and a magical beauty comparable to anywhere in the world.
What to expect, St. John’s Presbyterian Church, PEI’s oldest church, Jacks Heritage Road, a narrow, winding trail where time stands still.
Pinette, a small fishing village, Point Prim Lighthouse (National Historic Site) Prince Edward Island’s magnificently beautiful oldest lighthouse, Buoy Tree, Hannas Bottle Village.