Amble past rolling farmland, peek out at quaint towns and take in the stunning ocean views as you make your way along the banks of the St. Lawrence River, down to Matapedia Valley, across New Brunswick and into Nova Scotia.
This compact train journey takes less than 24 hours but covers nearly 1350 km as it connects Montreal, Québec to Halifax, Nova Scotia along a beautiful coastal route. Set off in comfort and spend the night in a cozy sleeper cabin. View the ever-changing scenery from the large windows and enjoy your meals in the dining car. A perfect one-night journey aboard a classic train.
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Step aboard VIA Rail's Ocean train and journey on the oldest passenger train route in North America. Go to sleep in Quebec and wake up in New Brunswick. In less than 24 hours, you'll travel through three provinces and see countless stunning vistas.
Depart Montreal at dusk and watch the city lights fade away as you make your way past the villages that line the southern banks of the St. Lawrence. Enjoy dinner in the dining car as the scenery darkens around you. After dinner, retire for the night to your sleeper cabin which is set up for sleeping during the night and lounging during the day.
The Ocean covers hundreds of kilometres while you sleep. You’ll wake up to the beautiful landscape of the Maritimes. Enjoy breakfast with a view as the train rolls through the eastern edge of New Brunswick, along the misty-covered Chaleur Bay. Spend the day enjoying the coastal views of Bathurst, Miramichi, Moncton and Sackville before the train crosses provincial boundaries into beautiful Nova Scotia.
Or do the journey in reverse! Start midday in Halifax and relax aboard the train as it heads north through New Brunswick before turning west along the southern edge of the St. Lawrence River and arrives midmorning in bustling Montreal.
While there is no chef aboard the Ocean (as there is on the longer Canadian journey between Toronto and Vancouver), guests are treated to delicious meals made with regional ingredients. Sleeper Plus Class travel means all meals are included.