Nova Scotia

 

Year-round surfing and sea kayaking, vineyards and markets, all within easy driving distance makes Nova Scotia the place for the perfect road trip. Head to Cape Breton Island and play a round of world-class golf or just ride the road on the incredible Cabot Trail.

Learn more about Nova Scotia

Halifax

Weather Average

  • December - February
    -9° / 0° C
  • March - May
    0° / 8° C
  • June - August
    11° / 22° C
  • September - November
    5° / 13° C

What to Do

 

What to do

Be in the know about must-see experiences.

  • When in Nova Scotia, you'll want to make time to explore the Bay of Fundy, home to the world's highest tides.
    When in Nova Scotia, you'll want to make time to explore the Bay of Fundy, home to the world's highest tides.
    Bay of Fundy tidal bore rafting
  • Shaped by the world’s highest tides, Nova Scotia’s northwestern coastline is a hub of outdoor activity.
    Shaped by the world’s highest tides, Nova Scotia’s northwestern coastline is a hub of outdoor activity.
    Burntcoast Head Park
  • The Good Cheer Trail, Canada’s first vineyard, craft brewery and distillery trail, connecting more than 50 producers.
    The Good Cheer Trail, Canada’s first vineyard, craft brewery and distillery trail, connecting more than 50 producers.
    Good Cheer Trail - Ironworks Distillery
  • Join a fiddling party or lobster boil in Nova Scotia, a poetically wild place with Scottish roots and a musical heart.
    Join a fiddling party or lobster boil in Nova Scotia, a poetically wild place with Scottish roots and a musical heart.
    Nova Scotia lighthouse
  • From bustling coastal cities to historic waterfront landmarks, Nova Scotia’s attractions are found by the water.
    From bustling coastal cities to historic waterfront landmarks, Nova Scotia’s attractions are found by the water.
    Louisbourg Lighthouse

Itineraries

 
Itineraries
Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in Nova Scotia, there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore.