Fishing charters and tours

Fishing is a way of slowing down and enjoying the peaceful atmosphere of protected areas. It can teach us about aquatic environments and bring us closer to friends and family.

If you are looking for an exciting adventure to do in the summer while on Prince Edward Island, you may experience a tuna charter or do deep sea fishing & whale watching. Whatever your choice, your PEI experience will be a lasting memory for many years to come.


Confederation Trail

Prince Edward Island is rich in picturesque scenery, cultural and musical talent, culinary delights and Canadian heritage. This wonderful piece of Canada has countless adventures to offer and is best explored by bicycle or foot along the Confederation Trail.

The Confederation Trail is a geocaching hotspot with over 1600 geocache sites along the route. Also, PEI’s 110 kilometre portion of the International Appalachian Trail begins in Borden-Carleton, after hiker’s are shuttled across the Confederation Bridge they mainly hike on the Confederation Trail until its exit point at the Wood Islands ferry terminal. With beautiful rolling hill scenery, quaint villages and broad bay seascapes, the Confederation Trail is Prince Edward Island’s portion of the Trans Canada Trail.

● Tignish to O’Leary (45 km easy to moderate)
● O’Leary to Wellington (45 km easy to moderate)
● Wellington to Hunter River (65 km moderate to hard)
● Hunter River to Morell (65 km moderate to hard)
● Morell to Elmira(54 km moderate)


Prince Edward Island offering perfect sites to cycling lovers. The Confederation Trail, which is Prince Edward Islands’ leg of the Trans Canada Trail, runs tip-to-tip from Tignish to Elmira. Including branch lines there are 435 kilometres of excellent rolled stone dust surface for cycling.
For touring enthusiasts, just get on your bike and start pedalling. The rolling hills, lush farmlands and postcard coastlines that keep our visitors coming back for more will reveal to you a whole new appreciation for your two-wheeling hobby.


Camping at PEI National Park is one of the most memorable ways to truly experience and appreciate the natural beauty of white sand beaches, coastal wetlands and over 50 km of trails! You will benefit from close proximity to beaches, trails, interpretive programs and special events.


Prince Edward Island is proud to be “Canada’s No.1 Golf Destination”. Whether you’re a beginner, a regular player, or dreaming of turning professional, you’ll find just the right course, and fees lower than you might expect. And remember, PEI is Canada’s smallest province, so you’re never far from beaches, restaurants, theatre, or any one of our stunning courses. Book your golf vocation now, we are 100% sure you won’t be disappointed.



Skiing is always the favorite outdoor sport of PEI islanders. This maritime province in eastern Canada has long winters and frequent snowfalls. Snow hiking, snowboarding, downhill and cross-country skiing, and biathlon are very popular outdoor activities. At the same time, it’s also a good time for families to take risks and play with friends.

Souris Striders Ski Lodge

Souris Striders Ski Lodgelocated in Souris, an hour’s drive from Charlottetown, the resort was founded in 1988 and offers classic ice-skating and snowshoe trails.Its skateboard decoration and ski lodges became a highlight that really attractive. The open space is perfect for beginners.You can ski at night, and there is a 3km of lit trails nestled amongst the picturesque winter wonderland of a 21 km trail system from 5pm to 10pm.

Brookvale Provincial Ski Park

Brookvale Provincial Ski Park is usually open from mid-December until mid-March. The ski resort is divided into Alpine (Alpine skiing) and Nordic (cross-country skiing). Alpine is a common ski resort in China, which requires special skateboarding and skills.