Wondering where to have some family fun time this fall? Check out this list of corn mazes and pumpkin patches near Halifax.
Whether it’s rolling hills lined with gorgeous trees made of reds and oranges, or fall festivals including large pumpkins, oysters and cultural music — there’s no time quite like Fall in Nova Scotia, which makes it the perfect place for a getaway for you and your loved ones.
Learn something new at the historic sites, stargaze, zip line, enjoy beach time and eat ice cream this summer!
The Annapolis Valley is the Maritimes largest apple producer, so it is no wonder that they celebrate the coming of summer as the apple blossoms bloom. The… Read more »
Maple syrup is truly a Canadian product and early spring is the only time that you can see it being made and experience the exquisite taste of… Read more »
Nova Scotia is home to many fantastic hotels with breathtaking views that offer wonderful romantic getaways that are a perfect way to spend Valentine’s Day with your… Read more »
Yoga is a great way to rest, relax, and renew your mind, body, and soul. Although there is something to be said about a daily yoga practice, sometimes a person needs a bit more to get back on track. The following cross-Canada yoga retreats, getaways, and festivals are guaranteed to cause life changing growth and renewal to all who attend.
Have some fun in the snow with your family and friends this winter in beautiful Nova Scotia. If you are planning to explore Nova Scotia this winter, listed below there are 35+ great things for you to do.
Nestled on the auspices of the Atlantic Provinces, it’s abound with natural beauty which only increases its appeal during the winter months when snow is all you can see for miles and miles. If you’re spending your winter vacation in Nova Scotia, here are ten getaway options for you!
Lunenburg is a charming seaside town that is not short on sights to see for visitors on any trip to Nova Scotia. Lunenburg is also a picturesque UNESCO World Heritage Site that received this honour because it is one of the best examples of a classic British colonial settlement.
The Yarmouth & Acadian Shores are defined by their past 400 years, along with their English and Acadian communities. Yarmouth is the home of the largest fishing… Read more »
The Northumberland Shore mixes industrial Nova Scotia’s past and present with more warm-water beaches than any other part of Atlantic Canada. Beachgoers love the Northumberland Shore because of its relatively warm waters, but swimming is just one of the many activities you can enjoy in this part of the province.