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What's New

The past two years have been complicated for tourism (to put it lightly) but Prince Edward Island’s tourism industry persevered and businesses transformed to accommodate new needs.

Below you will find a selection of new openings - from on the water activities, to restaurants to a new Climate Change and Adaptation Centre that will help guide us through the next global challenge. Islanders are innovative by nature but most of all, we are proud. We are proud of the beauty and sense of community on this Island and we love sharing it - through food, music, arts, and stories.

West cape, seadoo, ocean

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Sol Paddle Tavern

This new, solar-powered boating experience is new to Charlottetown for 2022. An extension of the hospitality and good vibes found at the

The Island Walk

Circumnavigate Prince Edward Island, Canada: 32 sections. 700 km. 1 journey.

The Island Walk is a 700 km walking trail that loops around

Slaymaker & Nichols

New on Charlottetown’s food scene - the early 1900 décor will give you a bit of old and new! At Slaymaker & Nichols Gastro house the focus

Prehistoric Island Tours

“Prince Edward Island holds Canada’s only fossil record of life on land in the Permian Period, almost 300 million years ago”, said Dr. John

Canadian Centre for Climate Change a

St Peter's, Prince Edward Island is home to the new Canadian Centre for Climate Change and Adaptation. This 39,000-square-foot facility