Looking for things to do this March Break? We've got some great ideas for you!
Valentine's Day has us thinking of all kinds of date ideas and romantic things to do around Nova Scotia...so we've come up with a list of things to do. Go out and explore with your sweetheart. Happy Valentine's Day!
Looking to bring some Nova Scotia love to someone on your list? We think you'll find something for everyone from our list below.
One of Nova Scotia’s proudest, longstanding Christmas traditions took place last week. Since 1971, Nova Scotia has given a Christmas tree to the people of the City of Boston in gratitude for their assistance and support following the Halifax Explosion on December 6, 1917.
On November 11 Canadians remember our veterans - those courageous men and women who have made sacrifices to provide us our freedom. If you are in Nova Scotia for Remembrance Day, we invite you attend a ceremony or event. We have complied a list below.
Every now and again an opportunity comes along that you just can’t pass up. I was offered the sweet gig of hosting three travel writers on a five-day adventure along Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy. The itinerary involved Mi’kmaq legends, dinosaurs and fossils, sea kayaking, a coalmine tour, a visit to a maple sugar camp, tidal bore river rafting, great food and accommodations and even rug hooking!
With fall being a beautiful time of year in Nova Scotia, it’s not hard to find a reason to get out and enjoy yourself. Nova Scotia has played host to various Oktoberfest celebrations across the province for decades. The Craft Beer industry in Nova Scotia has been doing some pretty great things, resulting in celebrations better than ever!
One of our favourite things about summer is getting outside and setting off on a new adventure http://www.novascotia.com/explore/outdoor-adventure. Fortunately for us, there’s no shortage of adventures to be found. From an air adventure to ziplining, here’s some things to try – from A to Z.
All my life I've heard stories about Oak Island and its infamous treasure hunt. So much and yet so little has been discovered on this ill-fated island over the past couple hundred years, not to mention lives lost. I've always wanted to visit but assumed the privately-owned island was off limits to the public. Not so! I recently discovered Walk the Mystery Tours are offered at $10 a pop on many summer weekends. My friend Tracey and I were completely on board for this adventure and booked tickets a few weeks in advance. I'm glad we did because our tour sold out.