13 NIGHT SNOWBIRD MIGRATION CRUISE
on board the Adventure of the Seas

Built atop rocky cliffs at the confluence of the Saint Charles and Saint Lawrence rivers, Quebec City is vibrant city whose walled old town enchants with colonial heritage, preserved architecture and European charm.

Let the romantic scenery of Canada's islands whisk you away to a world where serenity rules. Roam in Prince Edward Island, a pastoral slice of heaven with miles of lush landscapes. And discover Newfoundland where viking Leif Eriksson first stepped foot in the 11th century.

From the bustling excitement of Halifax to the quaint, quiet pace of Saint John's, North America's oldest city, eastern Canada is a large and varied region. Echoes of Europe are visible in its charming streets and architecture. Nature is also an essential part of everyday life, with hiking and kayaking among the favored ways to explore. The words “something for everyone” comes to mind here.

New England boasts some of the most exquisite colors in the fall. But it's also home to the "Cradle of Liberty" we know and love as Boston, not to mention the best lobster this side of the Atlantic in Maine. Journey to the oldest cities on the Atlantic Coast.

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DISCLAIMER
Cruise rates are capacity controlled in U.S. dollars, per guest and based on double occupancy. Government taxes/fees are shown and included in total price. Air transportation is additional for all guests. Rates are available in limited quantity. Some restrictions (including stateroom category availability) apply. Rates are subject to change without prior notice. Royal Caribbean reserves the right to re-instate the fuel supplement for all guests at up to $9 per person per day if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70.00 per barrell.