Tourism in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is a province along the southeast coast of Canada.  If you are a nature lover, Nova Scotia is the best place to explore.  The Atlantic Ocean surrounds the mainland with Cape Breton Island and Sable Island to the northwest of the mainland.

 

Cape Breton Island is home to five reserves of the Mi’kmaq Nation.  Leisure activities are plentiful on Cape Breton with walking and hiking trails and do not forget the Cabot trail for a scenic drive.

 

Campgrounds are available for your tents. There are many restaurants and hotels to accommodate you.  If you want to enjoy a drink then relax in one of the many pubs or café’s, as you can see, Cape Breton has it all.

 

Sable Island is host to numerous animals. Watch the roaming horses run through the meadows while peeking at the seals sitting by the ocean enjoying their meals.  For those of you who enjoy history, Sable Island is home of the “Graveyard of the Atlantic”.  The shipwrecks recorded are 350 off the island.

 

Nova Scotia has many parks for you to explore.  If you have a picnic in mind or other recreational activities, you can enjoy the many facilities the parks have to offer.  If you want to camp within the parks a reservation is mandatory for a reasonable fee. The parks are alcohol free throughout the entire camping season.

 

The Bay of Fundy contains the world’s highest tides.  Nature enthusiasts flock to this region famous for kayaking and hiking.  The wildlife is amazing in the Bay of Fundy.

 

Whales splashing in the water and the abundance of many other sea animals, will keep you entranced throughout your visit.  The Bay of Fundy is truly a paradise awaiting your arrival.

 

Nova Scotia offers “Sunday Shopping”.  This means that shops are open on Sunday as compared to typical businesses elsewhere.  Convenience and great prices are easily available for your shopping pleasure.

 

Celebration of many cultural events and festivals goes on throughout the year. Children will enjoy “The Nova Scotia Museum of National History” and for the music lovers “The Celtic Colours International Festival” is a true delight. Your taste in the arts and culture will be satisfied as Nova Scotia offers a variety of festivals that gives an insight into the local tradition and culture.

 

Feeling the sun on your face as you bask in the sun or feeling the spray of the ocean spraying gently on your feet, take in the relaxation and the serenity Nova Scotia has to offer.

 

Walk along the nature trails while listening to the many sounds of the animals welcoming you.  Mingle with the locals at a festival while eating some of the local cuisine.  No matter what you do while visiting, we are sure you will want to come back.  Nova Scotia offers many adventures whether it is a weekend getaway or a vacation for your entire family.

 

Explore what Nova Scotia has to offer.  A rich culture of balance and hospitality await you.  Let Nova Scotia be your next getaway.  Come visit Nova Scotia today!