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Cycling the side roads on Prince Edward Island

Bike along the quiet side roads of Prince Edward Island on these all inclusive cycling tours. The relaxing atmosphere of "The Island", as the locals fondly refer to it will touch your spirit as soon as you land. You will quickly appreciate why a bicycle is perfect for exploring the beaches and farmlands. Although there are rolling hills, the maximum height of PEI is only 400ft!

The sublime contrast of red soil, blue sea, and exuberant green conspire with country roads and beautiful beaches to create the magical distinction of this summery place. The tour begins and ends in Charlottetown, and if you don't see "Anne of Green Gables" beforehand or afterwards, you will have the option of attending an evening performance during your adventure. You will visit Green Gables, and enjoy the beaches of PEI National Park before heading through rolling farmland to the less travelled East coast. The East Point lighthouse, superb dining, fabulous inns, blueberry farms, pastoral landscapes, and some of the nicest long, deserted beaches you'll ever see, are the highlights of this trip. The level of comfort and cuisine are superlative.

Highlights on this trip include warm water sandy beaches, great farm fresh and seafood, gentle terrain for cycling, great colours - green fields, blue sea, red earth, wildflowers and the flat cycling in PEI National Park.


$2795.00 CAD
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Cycling Tours

July to September

Easy / Moderate

Experienced and professional your guides will share their knowledge of the area with you.

Caring guides make our adventures truly extraordinary. They possess not only the skills necessary to coordinate the many details of each trip, but, above all else, a genuine desire to care for your comfort and enjoyment. On most guided adventures, you can expect a team of one local guide and one who has travelled from our main office, with a minimum ratio of one guide to six guests.

On self-guided trips, one of our guides or drivers will be close at hand to meet your needs exclusively.



Relatively easy cycling on paved roads and flat terrain. Suitable for beginners.


Requirements: Bikes (hybrid or mountain style) and equipment.  Rentals are available for $145 per person and include a rear rack, luggage bag, toeclips, waterbottle, repair kit, pump, spare inner tube and helmet.  Rentals are also available for electric assist and racing bikes.


Trips originate and end in Charlottetown, PEI. The tour starts at 9:00 am on Day 1 and ends on 17:00 on Day 7. Transport to and from Halifax is available for an additional cost of $75 per person, one-way.


Summer temperatures range from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius.

Prince Edward Island

Van support and luggage handling, route notes and maps.


Clothing to suit a variety of weather conditions.  Rain gear, wind breaker, long pants, hat, hiking boots, sneakers, bathing suit, towel.


Daypack, water bottle, camera, binoculars, sunglasses, sunscreen.


Accommodations while on the trip are in comfortable country inns and bed & breakfasts along the way.  It may be necessary to arrange accommodations before and after the trip and this cost is not included in the price.



Delicious meals are served every day and include picnic lunches and dinners at fine restaurants along the way.  The price includes 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 3 dinners.

The self-guided tours only include the breakfasts.

6 day tour, available July - September
$3295.00 / per person - CAD
2019 dates:June 30-July 5; July 21-26; August 4-9; August 18-23; September 8-13. Based on double occupancy. Single supplement is $695.

$2795.00 / per person - CAD
Self-guided tours. Choose your own dates. Based on double occupancy.
Pricing does not include:

A 30% deposit is required to hold your reservation.

Balance of payment is due 30 days before trip commencement.
Cancellations received in writing at least 60 days in advance of start date will receive a 50% refund of any deposit paid. Cancellations received between 60 and 30 days ahead will forfeit deposit. Cancellations within 30 days require full payment of the tour cost

6 day tour, available July - September

Day 1


Meet in Charlottetown for a transfer to North Cape by 11:30. Following bicycle introductions and familiarization, and a picnic lunch, you will cycle to Kildare Cape where the island’s first European visitor Jacques Cartier remarked “the fairest land 'tis possible to see!” Finish with a ride towards Alberton and into Northport and your beautifully located waterfront inn. LD (Meal inclusions provided for guided trips only. Self-guided trips include breakfasts only)
Northport Pier Inn, Northport 

Day 2

70km or 90km

Depart Northport by bike and cross the Mill River, cycling eastward toward Tyne Valley, a quiet community that was once bustling with shipbuilders, tanners, blacksmiths, carriage makers, and saw mills. Visit the Green Park Shipbuilding Museum and Yeo House, then continue around Malpeque Bay and across the Grand River to Miscouche. From here you’ll transfer about 20 minutes to your inn at Kinkora, where luxurious spa and massage treatments can be pre-arranged at Spa 225. BLD
Chez Shea Inn, Kinkora 

Day 3

Long option 69km; Short option 24km; Optional extra 10km. Optional sea kayaking also available by request

Ride via Cabot Provincial Park, Anne of Green Gables museum, and Cape Tryon Ligyhthouse to Cavendish, home of Lucy Maud Montgomery and inspiration for her novel Anne of Green Gables. Visit the park interpretive centre, then set out by bike on the Gulfshore Parkway to the village of North Rustico, where an optional sea kayaking excursion can be arranged on your behalf. Follow paved bike paths along the dunes to your lodging at Brackley Beach with extra time to explore the nearby galleries, the beaches of PEI National Park, and the new bike trails on Robinson's Island. Today's short version gives you ample time to enjoy the beaches and Green Gables culture, and sea-kayaking if you like! B
Dalvay-by-the-Sea, Dalvay, or Shaws Hotel, Brackley Beach

Day 4


Turning inland through rolling farmland, you will practice your navigation skills following paved roads and the unpaved Confederation Trail (optional) toward a picnic lunch overlooking St. Peter’s Bay from old train trestles. This is the quieter and more varied East Coast of the island, where roads follow the coast and, from one of Canada's top rated small inns, you can visit the newest part of the National Park at Greenwich for a stroll among the delightful dunes. There may also be a live theatre option in St. Peter’s tonight. BLD
The Inn at St. Peter’s, St. Peter’s

Day 5

72 km. Optional extra up to 102km

Pedal to the East Point Lighthouse, stopping to enjoy the wee bridge over Naufrage Harbour. Pass North Lake and the old Elmira railway station that marks the end of the Confederation Trail, then continue to the Singing Sands at Basin Head, and, if you like, more swimming and playing on miles of deserted beach and dunes. The adventure continues through Souris and on to Bay Fortune where a renowned inn and restaurant await. BLD
Inn at Bay Fortune, Bay Fortune

Day 6


Your final day of cycling follows quiet roads leading past Annandale and Seal River on the way to Cardigan, a small shipbuilding community known for its abundance of fresh clams and mussels. From Cardigan you’ll be transferred about 40 minutes to Charlottetown, arriving by 15:00. BL