Prince Edward Island is one of the three Maritime Provinces of Canada which comprises of several smaller islands. Among all the Prince Edward Island is the largest one. Charlottetown is the largest city of the Island and also its capital. It is the 10th largest province by population and a very attractive tourist spot. By GDP the province also ranks 10th in Canada. It is also one of the smallest provinces of the country. The representation of the island is also relatively small and there are 4 Senate and House seats of the province. The education system of Prince Edward Island is such that it fosters the culture and the music of the region. There are many festivals and events from time to time which allow other Canadians and tourists to experience the music of the province. Whatever the festival is it always has a musical theme to promote the culture. Continue reading “Local Awards in Prince Edward Island”
Prince Edward Island or PEI is a province of Canada with no land boundaries. It means that you see water all around the province making sure that you stay here long enough. We are not talking about rescuing you at all but it is the demography of the island which makes it one of the best places to visit. There are chances that if you get to the place for one night you might end up staying four. It is all because of the number of monuments and the hospitality of the locals. The indigenous always welcome the tourists with open arms. There are many interesting facts which are related to PEI and its tourism which also leads us to the fact that this place is spellbound attracting a large number of tourists. Continue reading “Tourism on Prince Edward Island: interesting facts”
Prince Edward Island is a Canadian province located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The island’s pastoral landscape is the reason it is often called the Garden province of Canada. The capital, Charlottetown, is the largest city located in this least populous province of the country. Charlottetown houses a population of merely 40,000 individuals. That doesn’t come as any surprise as Prince Edward Island itself is home to a small population of 147,390 people. Continue reading “PEI: Top 3 places to visit”
Prince Edward Island is a place for the adventurous and the bold.
The great green landscape that displays the hues of the ocean on its coastline offers a ton of fun activities to engage in. Simultaneously, it is a place away from the hustle and bustle of big cities. It is a place where peace can be cherished, and the ‘Anne of Green Gables’ can be read under the gentle shade of a tree.
From the red-soiled beached to the beachside farmhouses, Prince Edward Island is a glimpse of what serenity looks like. Continue reading “Prince Edward Island: the memorable experiences”
The culinary aspect of traveling to Prince Edward Island is perhaps the most enriching experience that Canada’s smallest province has to offer. Foodies from every corner of the world visit PEI to have a taste of the potatoes and seafood prepared there.
In fact, Prince Edward Island is often dubbed as the ‘Food island of Canada’. The food festivals that stretch throughout the year are a result of the high-quality foods that are produced locally. Continue reading “A scrumptious tour of Canada’s food island – Prince Edward”