PEI is the smallest of all of the provinces in Canada. It is located on the east coast, surrounded by the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Atlantic Ocean.
The island is known for its lobster and mussels, red-sand beaches, lighthouses, and beautiful farms.
Less than two hundred thousand people live in PEI. The capital city is Charlottetown
, with a population of approximately 30,000 people.
There is access to good internet service all across PEI. In rural areas, satellite providers, such as StarLink are best to use.
To reach the island, you can fly
, take the Confederation Bridge
, or most of the year, take a ferry