Those who have young kids are well aware that a perfect road trip often means not spending too much time in the car. Nova Scotia is full of destinations that will provide hours of memory-making family adventure all in one stop. View our family fun road trip »
For centuries Nova Scotia’s lighthouses helped protect seafaring visitors and our own hard working people who looked to the sea for their living. Standing proudly against the elements, they embody the province’s maritime history and spirit.View our lighthouses road trip »
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This trip is beautiful by car, but is even more rewarding by bike. Whatever you chose to do, this meandering journey down the South Shore will take you from the seaside, through history, to friendly restaurants serving the best Nova Scotia has to offer.View our sweet ride road trip »
Wine, Whales and Whisky
Discover the “northern” edge of the province: from Nova Scotia's largest wine maker, to the craggy Bay of Fundy coast, to the spectacular vistas of Cape Breton. Fresh seafood, whisky and wine, and adventures on land and sea await.View our wine, whales and whisky road trip »
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The Burger Trail Sink your teeth into a fresh burger topped with only the finest ingredients and discover why no two burgers are alike at some of Halifax’s newest restaurants. This is an outstanding way to experience the city at its relaxed best.
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The I’ Acadie Spirit Trail The French were among the first European settlers of Nova Scotia. With them came advanced farming skills, a hearty work ethic, and a culture of spirited celebration. They called this beautiful new land Acadia – and today their vibrant culture and captivating history continues to thrive in villages and towns across the province.
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Find your Celtic heart.
Centuries ago, Irish and Scottish Gaels began settling in Cape Breton
and in pockets across Nova Scotia. With them came the vibrant Celtic culture
that helped shape our province’s identity. This culture of song, dance, music,
and craft, not only survives here – but flourishes. Hit the road and follow the
sounds of celebration.View our Celtic Cape Breton road trip »
Live to Eat
Some people eat to live, others live to eat. If you fall into the latter category, take advantage of every scrumptious food adventure Halifax has to offer!
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Discover African Nova Scotia
The story of black Nova Scotians is a story of many diverse groups – all connected by a shared African ancestry. As one of our founding cultures, African Nova Scotians have called the province home since its earliest days. Exploring their history and discovering their vibrant communities is an experience you won’t soon forget.
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Aboriginal Road Trip
Pjila'si (welcome). For ten thousand years they have called this beautiful land home. The Mi’kmaq and First Nations people of Nova Scotia enrich this province with their legends, art, music, spirituality, history, and language. Explore a proud history that began long before the first road ever existed.
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RV Road Trip
From the edges of Halifax to the Canso Causeway, the Eastern Shore boasts a rugged coastlines and glorious beaches, the ideal setting for an outdoor adventure. The outdoor enthusiast will make the Eastern Shore his playground with surfing, kayaking, birding, hiking, and even sunbathing.
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Annapolis Valley Food & Wine Tour
Foodies will revel in the bounty of culinary experiences the Annapolis Valley has to offer. As Canada’s up-and-coming wine destination, you can tour the 11 established wineries and sample unique varietals like Marechal Foch and L’Acadie Blanc. An exploration of farmers’ markets is a must, and at the many U-Picks in the region, you’ll discover first hand the inspiration for much of the region’s delicious local cuisine.
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