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It’s a near-impossible task to find someone who has visited gorgeous Nova Scotia, Canada and didn’t fall completely in love with it. In fact, there are many stories of people with no links to the province who found themselves booking destination weddings or buying property there, infatuated after just one visit.
Perhaps it’s the laid-back east coast charm, the colourful, historic buildings, spectacular coastal scenery or all those lobster dinners. Whatever it is, the province’s lure is undeniable and these 25 pictures of Nova Scotia are sure to put the province on your travel bucket list.
Nova Scotia’s South Shore traces part of the Lighthouse Route, and historic Lunenburg and Mahone Bay draw crowds from around the world, partly thanks to a UNESCO World Heritage Site designation. When it comes to the quintessential spot for Nova Scotia photography, it’s hard to beat this area!
From walking along the beautiful waterfront to visiting Pier 21 and the Alexander Keith’s brewery, there are plenty of photo-ops and fun things to do in Halifax. Maybe it’s the bustling waterfront that comes alive during the summer months, the energy of young people pouring out of the lively bars along Argyle Street, or the fact that the city is steeped in history at every turn. Or maybe it’s their famous donairs?
READ MORE: Top 10 things to do in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Peggys Cove lighthouse pictures are iconic, not just in Nova Scotia but arguably as one of Canada’s most famous landmarks.
You’ll never forget the fun and adrenaline of a day spent tidal bore rafting in Maitland, Nova Scotia which is in Canada’s famous Bay of Fundy.
With dramatic, rocky coastlines, waterfalls, vibrant bays and beaches galore, it’s easy to see why the Cabot Trail is considered one of the world’s best road trips, and a popular spot to capture Nova Scotia images.
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