9 ways to experience Nova Scotia in the Fall

By mgiffin, on Fri, 5 Oct 2018 | 0 Comments

Autumn leaves and the popular view of the Three Churches of Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia

When Nova Scotia’s landscape turns from lush shades of green to brilliant shades of red, orange and gold, it’s the perfect time to get out and explore.

From fall festivals and farmers’ markets to hikes with picture perfect look-offs and picture perfect towns, like Baddeck, Lunenburg, and Mahone Bay (pictured here), read on and discover plenty of ideas of how you can experience Fall in Nova Scotia.

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Parks Canada – Mainland NS

By nVanDusen, on Thu, 12 Jul 2018 | 0 Comments

Discover the best that Parks Canada has to offer in Nova Scotia with your 2018 Discovery Pass – it’s your pass to connect with nature, history, and with friends and family – and with FREE e

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10 Foods to try while visiting Nova Scotia

By mgiffin, on Wed, 27 Jun 2018 | 0 Comments

Nova Scotia Lobster

Everyone knows that Nova Scotia is world-famous for our lobster and that it is a must-try while visiting. From a traditional lobster dinner to a beach side lobster boil to lobster rolls, creamed lobster, lobster poutine and even lobster beer, Nova Scotia can quell your lobster cravings.

But, did you know about the other delicious foods worth trying during your visit? Here are ten for you to chew on.

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8 Ways to Experience Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy

By mgiffin, on Tue, 26 Jun 2018 | 0 Comments

Walking on the ocean floor at Burntcoat Head Park, Bay of Fundy Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia's Bay of Fundy, home of the highest tides in the world, provides a wide array of outdoor activities for every skill and ability level. From a leisurely walk along the ocean floor to an invigorating kayak trip along the rugged but picturesque shoreline, the Bay of Fundy offers adventures for all comfort levels.

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6 Coastal Kayaking Adventures to Experience this Summer in Nova Scotia

By EHume, on Mon, 4 Jun 2018 | 0 Comments

Lighthouse Bites: Full Moon Kayak Adventure with North River Kayak on Kidston Island in Baddeck Bay.

Did you know Nova Scotia offers exceptional and diverse kayaking you won’t find anywhere else?

Paddle through narrow passageways, past rocky islands with basking seals, or alongside sheer cliffs with soaring sea birds. Meet local fishers and chefs, savour delicious seafood and Nova Scotian wine, falling asleep under the stars! These exclusive kayaking experiences will keep you coming back for more!

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Nova Scotia’s Fox Harb’r Resort Is Filled with Unexpected Adventures

By KWadden, on Tue, 8 May 2018 | 0 Comments

Like many worthy travel adventures, a trip to the indulgent Fox Harb’r Resort begins by taking the road l

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Winter hiking and adventures in Nova Scotia

By KWadden, on Thu, 11 Jan 2018 | 0 Comments

With Nova Scotia’s extraordinary coastline dotted with hikes revealing ocean vistas and panoramic views - it’s no surprise that hiking is one of the top outdoor activities here.

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12 Things you can only do in Nova Scotia

By cbragg, on Wed, 22 Nov 2017 | 0 Comments

Gathering ideas of things to do on your next visit to Nova Scotia? From sunset hikes and dining on the ocean floor at low tide to digging for Canada's oldest dinosaurs and firing a rifle dressed as a soldier in 1869, we've pulled together 12 uniquely Nova Scotia adventures to kickstart your trip planning.

Looking for even more ideas?  Explore our Nova Scotia Experiences for more ideas and opportunities to make your vacation your best yet.

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10 Reasons You Need to Visit Nova Scotia’s Wine Country!

By nVanDusen, on Thu, 2 Nov 2017 | 0 Comments

When planning your visit to Nova Scotia, be sure to include a visit to Nova Scotia’s outstanding wineries! Looking for an easy way to explore all the wineries? Hop on the Good Cheer Trail, Canada's first winery, craft brewery, cidery and distillery trail, that will lead you to spectacular, award-winning wineries across Nova Scotia. Be sure to pick up your Good Cheer Trail passport and collect a stamp at 10 or more stops along the trail to get an official Good Cheer Trail t-shirt.

Nova Scotia is quickly becoming known as the wine capital of Atlantic Canada. Don’t miss visiting these fantastic sites and more on your next trip to Nova Scotia!

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11 Unique Culinary Experiences in Nova Scotia that will leave you hungry for more

By nVanDusen, on Fri, 22 Sep 2017 | 0 Comments

Hungry for a unique Nova Scotia dining experience that appeals to more than just your taste buds? Discover Nova Scotia’s incredible local food scene in every corner of the province from Taste of Nova Scotia member restaurants and Farmers’ Markets to participating in a one of a kind culinary experience that combines local award winning wines, spirits, craft beers and ciders with amazing local fare prepared by celebrated chefs… some taking place in incredible and unexpected locations.

Here are 11 Nova Scotia dining experiences that are sure to whet your appetite.

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