Charming historic waterfront cities, scenic landscapes and natural wonders are just a few reasons to visit Nova Scotia. From museums and galleries to live theater, Celtic music, shopping, dining and historical sites, Canada's seacoast abounds with things to see and do. A stunning natural landscape makes Nova Scotia a prime destination for outdoor adventure, with plenty of opportunity for biking, hiking, surfing, kayaking, fishing and more. Experience a rich cultural and natural heritage in Nova Scotia.
Discover a myriad of natural wonders in Nova Scotia. Witness the highest tides in the world when you visit the Bay of Fundy. Observe seabirds and marine life in their natural habitat while kayaking in the bay, or hunt for fossils during low tide. Sunbathe and play on over one hundred accessible beaches, take a cruise on Canada's famous tall ship, the Bluenose II or go for a scenic coastal drive and visit historic lighthouses. Dine on local seafood at great restaurants and stop to relax at a Celtic bar in Halifax.