Cycle through Naufrage Harbour and discover the history of the lighthouse, lobster fishing, rum running, shipwrecks, and more.
"History abounds at Naufrage harbour, and this tour will allow you to discover it all first hand."
From the first settlement of the area (named Naufrage after the French word for shipwreck), to the early establishment of the lobster fishery, Naufrage has had an unbreakable bond to the sea.
On this tour you will learn all about lobster fishing, past and present, and discover the surprising history behind the Naufrage lighthouse. You'll hear all about the area's relationship to prohibition and rum-running, and why its connection to shipwrecks is more than just a name.
You will see eagles soaring high over the cliffs, witness a live fishing harbour in action, complete with fishermen hauling in their catch, and your guide will demonstrate the ins-and-outs of how lobster traps work.
Stories abound here at the Harbour, where history mingles with sea-water, and this tour is ideal for anyone who wants to get a hands-on, local feel for the Island.
Time: 2 Hours Cost: $38 Adults, $28 Children Under 12 Difficulty Level: Beginner The Harbour History Tour departs daily at 11AM Price includes bike/helmet rental, water bottle, and bumper sticker
“This was hands down one of the best things we did on our trip. The sights along the way were absolutely stunning. The bike ride is moderate, anyone could do it. All in all - I couldn't have asked for a better adventure in PEI!” -Vernice
Laura P, Toronto
“We had a ton of fun with Nathan and learned stories about the history of the area that you could never hear anywhere else! He's a great storyteller and we had a lot of laughs along the way. If you're in the area, don't miss it. It's the best way to see the island!”