There is more to Sable Island than its wild horses. The sand island off the coast of Nova Scotia also has rare birds and a huge colony of grey seals.
Along the island’s 42 km of beaches, dunes, and bogs you’ll find a plethora of plants: from iris, to sundew, to wild berries in abundance. Whales and sharks ply the nearby waters.
Sable Island’s history includes shipwrecks and salvage; sealing and walrus hunting; rescue and research. Still, the horses remain the island’s most charismatic residents.
July 5-13, 2017 (9 days)
Price: $2,595 per person (USD)
Discount available: $130 per person with the discount coupon
Tour Start/End: St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada