The ICN NP/APN Network Conference Organizing Committee is happy to announce its partnership with Ambassatours!

Preview of some of their most popular tours (non-exhaustive list)

Harbour Hopper Tour:

Ribbit Ribbit! All aboard Atlantic Canada’s most popular tour – a fun, fast-paced adventure that introduces you to the best of Halifax by land and sea! Sitting 10 feet high, you’ll have an exclusive view of our historic, vibrant city’s famous sights, such as the Halifax Public Gardens, Citadel Hill National Historic Site, St. Paul’s Church and bustling Spring Garden Road. The real adventure begins when you make your big SPLASH into the Halifax harbour! Your driver is now your Captain, and it’s time to explore. Prepare your camera for unique photos of Georges Island, Cable Wharf, the waterfront boardwalk, and the Historic Properties. This fully narrated amphibious tour shares stories of the Halifax Explosion, Halifax’s connection to the Titanic tragedy, and the rich history of the Canadian Naval dockyards. 

Featuring a new multi-language option this year! Follow along with professionally translated audio and text on your personal device from our multi-language website*. Available in French, Spanish, Mandarin, German, Italian & Japanese. 

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Dinner Cruise:

During this unique, two-hour cruise and dining experience, guests will travel through the Halifax harbour and along the scenic Northwest Arm to enjoy the sights, and flavours that best represent the city. On board guides will share a brief history of Halifax including stories of the Halifax Explosion and the origins of Point Pleasant Park, while you pass by notable landmarks including the Dingle Tower, the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron, Georges Island and more. A highlight of the evening will undoubtedly be the three-course meal.

Consider making your dining experience a truly Maritime one by purchasing a steamed Nova Scotian lobster tail to accompany your meal – please inform booking agent at the time of ticket purchase. Finally, enjoy wine, beer and other beverages from our full-service onboard bar. We look forward to welcoming you aboard.

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Hop On Hop Off City Tour:

Hop on board one of our authentic, vintage Double Decker buses for the best way to explore the best of our city. Your Hop On Hop Off ticket provides you with an entire day’s freedom and flexibility to take in the city sights on your own schedule. With stops along Halifax’s bustling waterfront, you’ll travel along our historic and ever evolving downtown, past the stunning Halifax Public Gardens and to the top of the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site. Continue along to stops near The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, province house and many more sights and stops along the way. Our guides will share stories from Halifax’s rich history including tragic tales from the Halifax Explosion, our city’s involvement in the World Wars, and much more. The Hop On Hop Off City Tour offers an easy, convenient, and fun way to explore Halifax!

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Peggy’s Cove Bus Tour:

To truly experience the sheer majesty and beauty of Peggy’s Cove you must first travel through the bustling capital city of Halifax! Enroute to this seaside village pass-by the Halifax Public Gardens, a quiet oasis amid a cosmopolitan city; see the Citadel National Historic Site, a fort perched high above the city; the Old Town Clock, a gift given to the city by Prince Edward the Duke of Kent in 1803; as well as other notable landmarks such as Province House, the naval dockyards and the famous Halifax waterfront boardwalk. As you travel along the winding coastal highway of the Lighthouse Route to the tiny fishing village of Peggy’s Cove, it is little wonder it has been an inspiration for artists and an irresistible lure for budding and seasoned adventurers for generation after generation. The colourful houses and fishing shacks perched atop the solid stone rocky outcrop that overlooks the restless waters of the Atlantic exhibit the wear and tear of the ocean and its punishing storms. Yet they endure, much like the small population of approximately 32 people who are year-round residents.

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