Thursday, October 31, 2019

Is Nova Scotia a Good Vacation Destination?

Nova Scotia is known to have the friendliest people in Canada. That friendliness, combined with over 100 beaches, charming lighthouses, great sailing, mouth-watering seafood, and breathtaking coastline, makes Nova Scotia an amazing place to visit in Canada. Nova Scotia is home to the highest tides in the world, vibrant seaside cities and towns, five UNESCO-designated sites, and a beautiful folk art heritage.

If you can, try to visit in the fall when the changing leaves make the tree abundant area a rainbow of colors. RV rentals Nova Scotia is one of the best ways to experience a fall foliage driving tour. With room for the whole family to sleep, relax, bathe, cook and eat, your RV will be your home away from home. An added bonus, Nova Scotia doesn’t see nearly as many tourists as the country’s larger cities, making it something of an off-the-beaten-trail destination. 
Be sure to visit the Alexander Keith’s Brewery, which is 200 years old, making it one of the oldest surviving breweries on the continent. You will learn about the history and brewing techniques of the beloved Canadian ‘Keith’s’ beer on a guided tour led by actors in period costumes. The tours wrap up at the Red Stag Tavern, the historic pub, and cavern. They serve up small-batch beers inspired by local Nova Scotian culture and limited-edition brews, all to the sounds live music from talented local artists.

This is the only place in the world where you can go tidal bore rafting. What an intoxicating experience! You get soaked with wave after wave in the Shubenacadie river before having the opportunity to jump into the water for a swim into the rapids. This is by far, one of the most exciting Nova Scotia attractions.

Walk one of the worlds largest boardwalks. It winds along the waterfront passing quaint ships at dock, plus cute knick-knack shops, historic buildings, restaurants, and seaside snack shacks.
It’s the perfect thing to do on a sunny afternoon while indulging in a bit of shopping, dinner and a beer.

The Halifax Public Gardens are the oldest Victorian gardens in North America. Tourists can enjoy an hour-long guided tour of the gardens, which reveals its historic and horticultural significance. The gardens are free to visit and often host both public and private events. In the spring, the gardens are bright & beautiful with flowers and trees in full bloom. 

Nova Scotia is filled with lots of fun things to do. The region has some of the best attractions and breathtaking points of interest. A visit to Nova Scotia Canada will surprise you in the best way possible.

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