Discovery lives around every corner in Nova Scotia, with scenic valleys, rich soil, and pretty coves dotting the coastline. History and culture are alive. Fresh local food and wine is plentiful. Explore wide-open spaces and rub shoulders with some of the friendliest people you will ever meet. Nova Scotia is the perfect outdoor playground for hikers, kayakers, sightseers, and wildlife enthusiasts.
Nova Scotia has over 4,750 miles of diverse coastline and experiences to match. Explore Halifax, the bustling seaport capital. Be charmed by the working fishing village of Peggy’s Cove and its world-famous lighthouse. Experience the awe of the world’s highest tides along the Bay of Fundy. Catch your breath as a whale surfaces right in front of you. Discover Old Town Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover breathtaking autumn foliage and feel the freedom of the open road as you tour the spectacular Cabot Trail. Celebrate our culture through a diverse tapestry of Celtic traditions, fine art and great music.
Explore Nova Scotia, a world of natural beauty, sea-spun warmth, and a way of life shaped by founding cultures. The scenery is spectacular, the food is fabulous, and from the time you arrive, you will feel like family.
As the province is shaped by its seacoast, the world sings the praises of their seafood, from Atlantic salmon and fresh-caught lobster to succulent Digby scallops. Take a winery tour with a renowned sommelier and sample the award-winning vintages.
Nova Scotia is home to colourful fishing villages, quaint coastal towns and a vibrant captial city by the sea. Meander the streets, dive into our history, learn about our regions, communities, and cities, and discover more reasons to explore.