Nova Scotia

Average flight time from UK: 12 hours           Capital: Halifax


Discover the vibrant tapestry of Nova Scotia, Canada's second-smallest province yet a treasure trove of adventure, culture, and natural beauty. With a staggering 8,264 miles of seacoast, the province, affectionately known as Canada's Ocean Playground, invites you to live large and embrace the spirit of exploration. Here, the fun isn't just contained; it's boundless. Nova Scotia, nearly surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, offers a gateway to maritime wonders, connecting to New Brunswick via a slender land bridge.


Immerse yourself in a world where natural beauty and thriving culture harmonize. From UNESCO sites and national parks to the famed Cabot Trail and 150 lighthouses, every corner tells a story. Indulge in a culinary scene where seafood reigns supreme, and local breweries and distilleries add a splash of flavor to your journey. Don't miss the Bay of Fundy, a natural marvel shared with New Brunswick, where the rhythm of the highest tides sets the pace for adventure.


Experience the mild and inviting climate that makes Nova Scotia an all-season haven. Whether you're surfing the waves, kayaking, or golfing on prestigious courses, the province beckons with activities for every interest. Discover a land rich in history and diversity, from the indigenous Mi'kmaq people to the waves of European settlers and the Black loyalists who sought freedom here. Each culture has woven its thread into the vibrant tapestry of Nova Scotia's identity, creating a welcoming, hospitable, and joyously diverse community.


Embark on a journey through the regions of Nova Scotia, each with its unique allure. The Eastern Shore offers sheltered coves and white sand beaches, while Halifax, the cultural heart, pulses with energy and creativity. South Shore's historic harbor towns and Northumberland's warm waters invite leisure and discovery. And then there's Cape Breton Island, a realm of Celtic charm, dramatic landscapes, and the iconic Cabot Trail.


But the exploration doesn't end on land. Take to the Bay of Fundy and Annapolis Valley for epic tides and culinary delights, or the Yarmouth and Acadian Shores for a cultural feast. In Halifax, delve into history and nightlife, and in Sydney, discover Cape Breton's urban gateway. Whether you're seeking the thrill of tidal bore rafting, the tranquility of a coastal hike, or the challenge of a golf course with ocean views, Nova Scotia offers an endless playground for the adventurous soul.


Find your perfect retreat among waterfront resorts, historic inns, and unique accommodations like geodesic domes and yurts, all offering a taste of Nova Scotia's legendary hospitality. As you plan your itinerary, don't miss the Cabot Trail's scenic wonders, the dramatic tides of the Bay of Fundy, the historic charm of Halifax's waterfront, and the picturesque beauty of Old Town Lunenburg.


Nova Scotia is not just a destination; it's an experience, a celebration of nature, culture, and the human spirit. So, come and discover the province where adventure, history, and the warmth of its people create a journey that will stay with you long after you've returned home. Let the spirit of Nova Scotia ignite your wanderlust and guide you to an unforgettable adventure.

Nova Scotia Unveiled: A Journey Through Canada's Ocean Playground

Highlights & Hidden Gems of Nova Scotia 

Hidden Gems:

  • Musquodoboit Trailway: A mix of former railbed and backcountry trails, perfect for a day of hiking or cycling.
  • Big Tancook Island: Accessible via ferry, it's a haven for birdwatching, hiking, and beach exploration.
  • Sandford Drawbridge: Witness the world's second-smallest working drawbridge.
  • Concrete Garden: Discover a magical world of concrete sculptures hidden in Liverpool.

Must-Do Activities:

  • 100 Wild Islands kayaking: An unforgettable sea kayaking expedition through pristine islands.
  • Walking the ocean floor at Burntcoat Head Park: Experience the world's highest recorded tides up close.
  • Dining at Wild Caraway Restaurant: Indulge in locally-inspired dishes in Advocate Harbour.

Instagrammable Spots:

  • Balancing Rock: Capture the teetering basalt column on the edge of the Bay of Fundy.
  • Blue Rocks: Photograph stunning sunrises and sunsets in this picturesque fishing village.
  • Louisbourg Lighthouse Trail: Overlook historic seaports and a reconstructed 1740s-era fortified town.
  • Taylor Head Provincial Park: Snap photos of secluded beaches and extensive hiking trails along an untouched coastline.

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   Time difference to the UK - 4 hours

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