Nova Scotia

Things to do in Nova Scotia

I spent 2 weeks on a Mother-Daughter road trip around Nova Scotia going beyond just the popular sites.  Thanks to our desire to seek out the unique we were able to find many unique things to do in Nova Scotia!  Here are a few of our highlights.

My Nova Scotian Loves:

Cruising with my mom via train along the Ocean Route from Montreal to Halifax.

One of my favorite and most clever uses of the Adirondack chair in Nova Scotia was by the Cape Breton Highlands National Park in their “Red Chair Challenge”.

Trying to make the guards crack a smile at Halifax Citadel!

The Bay of Fundy tides are a unique and destination worthy phenomenon – it’s claim to fame is having the highest tidal range in the world.

Road tripping through Nova Scotia past lighthouses, rocky beaches and lobster boats along makes for an incredibly picturesque driving holiday.

Exploring the culture and cuisine of “small town” Canada in Guysborough.

Hotels in Nova Scotia:

Looking for an elegant hotel and spa?  How about an historic inn?  A seaside village manor?  Nova Scotia can provide!

Nova Scotia Food:

The Lobster in the Rough Feast at Hall’s Harbor is a hands-on outdoor eating experience.

 Nova Scotia Pictures:

Do you love stunning pictures of rocky shorelines and iconic lighthouses?  Get on over to my Nova Scotia picture gallery and feast your eyes on these!!

Things to do in Nova Scotia

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