Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia’s allure extends beyond its coastal beauty, offering year-round adventures such as surfing and sea kayaking. Charming fishing villages dot the landscape, serving the freshest seafood imaginable. But Nova Scotia’s treasures go deeper, boasting renowned vineyards, world-class golf courses, and the iconic Cabot Trail.

The province is also home to 13 vibrant First Nations communities with over ten thousand years of history, where art, language, and music thrive. Immerse yourself in Mi’kmaq traditions through a drumming circle, explore the rugged beauty of Goat Island’s 2.4-kilometer trail on Bras d’Or Lake, or master new skills in traditional beading and dream catcher workshops at Cape Breton’s Membertou Heritage Park.

Nova Scotia may be crossed in a day, but the essence of Canada’s second-smallest province thrives in unhurried exploration. Embrace the unhurried pace, savor delectable seafood, engage in coastal conversations, and leisurely pick blueberries while enjoying seaside ceilidhs.

This province boasts the world’s most massive tides, lively coastal communities, five UNESCO-designated sites, and a rich folk art tradition.

Destinations in Nova Scotia

Map of Nova Scotia