Nova Scotia – Diverse & scenic, Nova Scotia has over 7400 kilometres of glacier carved headlands, wildlife filled bays and beautiful expanses of natural shoreline that beckons travellers from the four corners of the globe.
Experience the phenomenal Bay of Fundy along the Evangeline Trail, a journey rich in culture, diversity, charm and natural beauty. Be spellbound by the World’s Highest Tides and the pristine lakes, rivers and forests of Kejimikujik National Park.
The Glooscap Trail evokes images of ancient legends and mysteries born of nature’s beauty. The trail follows the spectacular shore of the Minas Basin, famous for the Tidal Bore and the highest tides in the world – up to 50ft high.
Gently rolling farmlands, winding country roads and sandy beaches follow the Northumberland Strait of the Sunrise Trail. The trail follows in the footsteps of Canada’s earliest settlers – Mi’kmaq, the Scots and the Acadians, this area is rich in Scottish Heritage and home to the world famous Highland Games.
Cape Breton Island invites you to experience a blend of French and Scottish culture amid a stunning backdrop of tree-covered mountains and magnificent valleys. Delight in the contrasting scenery from the rugged inlets of the Ceilidh Trail, the incredible plateaus of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park to the tranquil setting of the Bras d’Or Lakes.
The Marine Drive takes you through a land of pristine, coastal beauty, romantic seaside villages and unspoiled beaches. Make time to see Goldboro – a gold mining town, Sherbrooke Village – a living history museum and also Martinique Beach – the longest beach in the province.
The Lighthouse Route journeys through an unforgettable landscape of coastal beauty and historic charm. Peggy’s Cove, Lunenburg and Mahone Bay are just some of the delights along this route.