Red Cliffs To Saltmarshes

Duration: 5 hours

Location: Central Coastal Drive/Red Sands Shore

2-4 people

$225/pp

Guided drive

5-7 people

$180/pp

Guided drive

8-12 people

$150/pp

Guided drive

2-3 people

$140/pp

Self drive

4-10 people

$95/pp

Self drive

May - October | Sunday to Friday | 10 am

Self Drive option requires enough space for the guide to ride passenger side in your vehicle.

Booking insurance available. Please read our terms and conditions before booking.



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Put pencil to paper and tap into all five senses as you soak in the natural beauty of Prince Edward Island's south shore.

  • Join naturalist, Brenda Penak to explore out-of-the way-places teeming with character, history and life.
  • Learn about our natural habitats from salt marshes to developing coastal forests, then develop techniques to document what you observe.
  • Develop your nature observation skills by engaging in journaling exercises bringing you deeper into the natural world.
  • There will be a stop for a delicious lunch at a local hot spot.
  • On select days a visit to an off the beaten path nature trail protected and maintained by local historians.

Bookings need to be made 24 hours in advance of the desired date in order to guarantee a spot.

Minimum of 2 people must book for this experience to take place.

This tour is not recommended for anyone with limited mobility

This tour is not recommended for children under the age of 12

Some writing supplies are provided but you are encouraged to bring your own journal or sketch pad

Tour runs rain or shine, unless it is deemed unsafe.

You will meet Brenda in Cornwall and either hop into our vehicle or she will hop into your vehicle. From there you will travel the south shore with Brenda as your guide. The tour will end where it was started.

We recommend wearing comfortable, layered clothing and water-resistant footwear suitable for a day spent outdoors in varying conditions.

If you love discovering new places, are curious about natural habitats or simply want to pause and really take in the world around you, this is the perfect way to do it.

Feel free to bring a journal, binoculars, camera, walking/hiking shoes, hat, sunscreen, water bottle

The Stops

Skmaqn–Port-la-Joye–Fort Amherst National Site

A National Historic site important to the Mi'kmaq, European settlers, as well as the Acadian people

Lloyd Inman Memorial Park (Canoe Cove)

A stunning park with beach terrain and red cliffs that are home to bank swallows.

The Hand Pie Company

A must-do food stop for deliciously unique savory pies you can eat with your hand!

Tryon Trail

Meet a local historian and travel the trail together. See Red-winged Blackbird habitat, and healthy saltmarshes.

Meet Brenda in Cornwall Plaza parking lot. Before your excursion, we will be in touch to confirm the exact location in the Plaza.

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Have questions? Here's the most frequently asked.

Is there parking available?

Parking is available at each tour’s starting location. After your purchase tickets, you’ll receive emails with meeting points and parking options in the area.

What if I have dietary restrictions or allergies?

Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergy, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can try and accommodate your needs.

Are bathrooms available during the tour?

Yes, bathrooms are available during our tours.

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"Brenda knows her nature. She explained tides, sea lettuce, and bank swallow behavior and even knew deadly nightshade from the berry. With her ornithology training, she knew the birds before I did."

Beth Raymond, New Hampshire

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