Mark your calendar and have a rollicking time at these family fun festivals in Nova Scotia! From family music festivals to food and fun, you will find plenty of ways to have fun regardless of the season!
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 »
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 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.
Surprise Mom with a relaxing weekend Getaway on Mother’s Day in beautiful Nova Scotia. We have created a list of ten beautiful resorts throughout the province, so your Mom can sit back and relax. Whether you are looking for a luxurious getaway or just somewhere cozy for Mom to unwind, there is something for everyone.
Surrounded by Atlantic Ocean waters, it is popularly known as Canada’s Ocean Playground, and the overall warmest province by some measures. It was also one of the first North American regions to be settled by Europeans. Ocean views, beaches, the highest tides in the world, dinosaur relics, inspiring mountains and fruitful valleys, lakes and rivers, whale-watching, history galore, thirst-quenching wine—in this Atlantic Canada province you have all that is needed for an adventurous and memorable Maritimes trip!
Located just 45 minutes away from Halifax, the Annapolis Valley runs from East Hants to Digby, so you have a lot of areas to explore. Each town… Read more »
Given Nova Scotia’s natural beauty, you are literally spoiled for choice as to where you should hike.Just you, a backpack, (hopefully) a camera, and the open trail.