Create some amazing memories by going on a Mother-Daughter Getaway in Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia is home to many beautiful places that make absolutely amazing getaways. So, if you are not sure where you want to go for your special time together, check out a few of the 15 ideas listed below when you are planning your next Mother-Daughter getaway in Nova Scotia.
Relax at White Point Beach ResortEscape from the hustle of daily life and head to the seashore for a relaxing getaway. Located on a gorgeous white sand beach, White Point is an iconic resort that is known for fun and relaxation. Stay two nights with their SEA’Scape Getaway Package or stay five nights with the Five Night Beach and Breakfast Package.
75 White Point Beach Resort Road, Hunts Point
Visit Peggy’s Cove
See Nova Scotia’s iconic light house, and explore the lovely working village. Peggy’s Coveis just a short drive from Halifax, but it feels like they are worlds apart. Dee Dee’s is a must-stop for ice cream because they make all their ice cream by hand. The Sou-Wester restaurant is another place to stop in as they have been open for over 50 years serving amazing chowders.
Fox Harbour Resort
Spend a weekend relaxing or golfing at one of only five 5-star resorts in Canada. Fox Harbour offers more than just amazing golfing, you can go on a sea kayaking or horseback riding adventure, or even try your hand at skeet-shooting and fly fishing. The Dol-as Spa offers relaxing packages for luxurious spa days that will melt all your stress away.
1337 Fox Harbour Road, Fox Harbour
See the Cabot Trail
Experience Nova Scotia’s most iconic road trip without having to do the driving when you go on a Cabot Discovery tour. Take in the amazing views of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, and the Atlantic Ocean while your guides tell stories about the world-famous Cabot Trail and surrounding areas in ways that only the locals can. The tour leaves from and returns to Baddeck.
Visitor Informational Centre, 454 Chebucto Street, Baddeck
Experience Nova Scotia’s Seafood on Scenic Seafood Trail
Nova Scotia is home to lots of great food, from scrumptious seafood chowder to authentic Acadian dishes. Travel the province and sample the best dishes from each location. Go on a Mother-Daughter getaway with Blue Diamond Tours and enjoy food for two or five days on the Scenic Seafood Trail.
Two Rivers Wildlife ParkSpend a relaxing day together and explore Two Rivers Wildlife Park, which is home to over 40 species of native and exotic wildlife and birds. Meet some friendly animals at the petting zoo. You can even stay in the park at their campground. The campground is open from May to October and hosts special events in July and August.
4581 Grand Mira North Road, Huntington
Travel the Nova Scotia Good Cheer
Tap into something new on Canada’s first and only winery, brewery, cidery, and distillery trail. You can start and stop along the trail where and when you want to. There are over 80 stops on the Good Cheer Trail where the two of you are able to enjoy excellent local libations.
LaHave Island Glamping Adventure
If you both are foodies, this is a guided glamping adventure that is perfect for you. Paddle your way to LaHave Island in a kayak, travel to the fishing communities and indulge in fresh seafood right on the pristine beaches. Relax as the two of you glamp the weekend away on the beautiful coastline.
90 Bells Cove Road, Dublin Shore
Take a break from your busy everyday life, and reconnect with nature at the Cabot Trail’s Wilderness Resort. From mild to wild, Cabot Shores offers more than a place to stay. Explore the park by foot or on the water, or try your hand at cider making.
30 Bunchanan Drive, Englishtown
Walk Halifax Waterfront’s Boardwalk
Halifax is home an amazing waterfront that is jammed packed with things to do. While the boardwalk is 4km long and can be walked in just over an hour, most people spend hours exploring what is on the boardwalk. From waterfront beer gardens to a row of hammocks to the waterfront wave and the snack shack hub, there is so much to see on the Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk.
Trout Point Lodge Of Nova Scotia
Decompress, rejuvenate, and reconnect with nature surrounded by Acadian Forest in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Go fishing for trout in the catch and release fishing area, explore the forest, kayak on the Tusket and Napier Rivers or just relax by the campfire, there something for everyone at the Trout Point Lodge.
189 Trout Point Road, East Kemptville
Explore Nova Scotia’s Wine Country
The Annapolis Valley is a hidden gem because it is home to many vineyards and wineries. Explore the vineyards, go behind scenes at the wineries, and sample the unique Valley wines. Located near Wolfville, The Old Orchard Inn is close to many of the Valley’s most iconic wineries and serves many varieties of the area’s wine. Their two night NS wine country special comes with a free bottle of Valley wine.
153 Greenwich Road South, Greenwich
Go Skiing at Ski MartockHit the slopes at Nova Scotia’s most popular ski locations. Explore the seven trails that are even open during the night for night skiing and snowboarding. Open daily from early December to late March, skiers, and snowboarders from across Nova Scotia head to this iconic mountain. Just an hour’s drive from Halifax, it is no wonder why Ski Martock is a popular winter getaway location.
370 Ski Martock Road, Windsor Forks
Go on the Yarmouth Foodie Walking Tour
Restaurants and cafes are serving up some of the freshest seafood in the world, so it is certain that ‘Foodies’ will love taking a day trip to Yarmouth. Explore what Yarmouth is cooking, brewing, and serving up on this popular guided walking tour. The tour will take you around Yarmouth, and has stops at a minimum of 6 food locations. The tour features everything from fresh seafood to local beers to sweets, and even a personalized tasting tour of the Farmer’s Market.
Rodd Grand Hotel, 417 Main Street, Yarmouth
Do you want to plan an off the grid getaway with your Mom? With its rugged coastlines, old-growth forests and sandy beaches, Nova Scotiaoffers something for all adventurers. There are many places around the province that offer authentic off the grid getaways.
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