What's New and Newsworthy in Nova Scotia

Discover your Nova Scotia in 2019!

In Nova Scotia, finding great places to go on an adventure is easy - finding time to see it all is the tricky part. Here, our stunning scenic routes, romantic getaways, and delicious dining destinations are just the start. Discover world-famous lighthouses, a pristine coastline, and fun, friendly people and you’ll quickly discover a place where there are no wrong turns.  Download the PDF to find out "what's new and newsworthy" in Nova Scotia for 2019.  A few teasers include:

  • 7 new, you-can-only-do-this-in-Nova-Scotia experiences
  • accommodation news, including several operators offering new geodesic domes
  • White Point Beach Resort has declared 2019 as the "Year of the Lobster" and will feature monthly lobster-inspired events and menu items
  • exclusive opportunites to visit Sable Island - this 42 km long sand bar is located 300 km off Nova Scotia’s coast and is home to over 400 wild horses and the world’s largest Grey Seal colony
  • if you are a fan of the popular TV show, The Curse of Oak Island, then you need to take the new water-based tour offered by Salty Dog Tours, a narrated trip by sea to view the key sites of the island from onboard a tritoon boat
  • crack open our Lobster Trail or Chowder Trail - a collection of restaurants, retail and fisheries experiences that highlight our incredible Nova Scotia seafood and variety of chowders
  • the Nova Scotia Good Cheer Trail, Canada’s first winery, craft brewery, cidery and distillery trail, allows you to sample the local fare. Recent new members include Bent Ridge Winery, Horton Ridge Malt & Grain, New Scotland Brewing, Harbour Brewing Company, Shipwright Brewing Company, The Church Brewing Company, Raging Crow Distillery, Lake City Cider, The Core by Bad Apple Brewhouse and Maritime Express Cider
  • experience a guided walking tour with a glimpse into Yarmouth’s past, full of history, lore and legends with Yarmouth Walking Tours