Wanderlust Wednesday: Nova Scotia Edition

March 7, 2018

Are you the type of person who wants to explore new places but not travel far? Perhaps you hate flying or don't want to endure jet lag. Nova Scotia is calling your name!

 

If you don't want to get on a short flight or drive over 9 hours to get to Nova Scotia, hop on Bay Ferries: The Cat. The Cat takes you from Portland, ME to Nova Scotia. When aboard visit all the amenities the ferry has to offer- market gift shop, Sip Cafe, Forchu Lounge, movie lounges and Little Mates play area.

 

 

 

Nova Scotia offers a multitude of activities that will make you feel healthy and vibrant as you roam freely outdoors!

 

For bike lovers, there are countless of trails with scenic views. One being the Annapolis Valley Trail System, which consists of 200-kms of trail extending on an abandoned rail line from Kentville to Norwood.

 

Don't let the fun stop there! Whale watch on the Bay of Fundy or Cape Breton. Both places are populated with dolphins, porpoises, seals, sea birds and obviously whales. Be on the hunt for the Atlantic White Sided Dolphins!

Halifax is the provincial capital of Nova Scotia and offers activities for all ages. Is there a golfer in your family? Halifax Metro is the place to golf! Also, the OLDEST running farmers' market in North America is just around the corner! 

 

The list just goes on and on...

 

On the Halifax Waterfront is where Canada's only mouth-blown, hand-cut crystal maker resides. At NovaScotian Crystal you can purchase these exquisite creations to remember your vacation by. To end your stay, unwind and bask in the beauty of Victorian gardens at the Halifax Public Gardens. 

Call or email us today to book a trip!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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