From pumpkin patches to leaf peeping, here’s how to make the most of fall in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley.
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Glamping along windswept beaches, wine tasting and adventures like tidal bore rafting are just a few of the fun things to do in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Some of the best Nova Scotia wines are found in Wolfville, a charming town in the heart of the Annapolis Valley known for quaint B&Bs and wineries.
Iconic lighthouses, coastal scenery, colourful fishing villages and east coast hospitality are just a few highlights of a one week Nova Scotia road trip.
Canada’s east coast is renowned for its fall foliage, and the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia is one of the country’s top spots to see the seasonal splendour.
With picturesque lighthouses, charming fishing villages and beautiful beaches, the Nova Scotia Lighthouse Route is one of the province’s most scenic drives.
The iconic Peggy’s Cove lighthouse is one of the most photographed spots in Canada, but there’s much more to the village than its historic beacon.
Here are the best road trips in Canada, including routes looping around entire islands, winding through wine country and even all the way up to the Arctic.
With dramatic, rocky coastlines, waterfalls, vibrant bays and beaches galore, it’s easy to see why the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia, Canada is considered one of the world’s best road trips.
From walking along the beautiful waterfront to visiting Pier 21 and the Alexander Keith’s brewery, here are the top 10 things to do in Halifax, Nova Scotia.