Halifax 2018 delegates and their companions and families are encouraged to explore and enjoy Halifax and Nova Scotia. Late summer and autumn are the best times of year with sunny days and warm breezes and ocean waters with over 13,000 km of coastline to visit and enjoy. Indeed, one is never more than 70 km from the ocean. Whatever one’s interests, there is lots to see and experience in Nova Scotia.
With its rich history and natural wonders, Nova Scotia oozes the spirit of the perfect road trip. A car is optional because you can also bike, hike, sail or paddle your way to spontaneous discovery.
Almost completely surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Nova Scotia offers plenty of coastlines to explore, including the World-Famous Bay of Fundy or the South Shore.
Discover Nova Scotia’s world-class attractions including the Tall Ship Bluenose II, the Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse, the Joggins Fossil Cliffs (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and the scenic Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island. Moreover, don’t forget to sample our fresh Atlantic Canada Seafood!
Also, when planning your visit to Nova Scotia, be sure to include a visit to Nova Scotia’s wineries. Hop on the Good Cheer Trail, Canada’s first winery, craft brewery, cidery and distillery trail that will lead you to spectacular, award-winning wineries across Nova Scotia2.
Relax after a day of exploring, and kick back at one of Nova Scotia’s fine accommodations. Enjoy a beautiful sunset from the deck of a seaside cottage, dig into a fresh lobster dinner at a luxurious Hotel or Inn, pamper yourself with the hospitality of a Bed and Breakfast, or reflect on the day’s adventures around a crackling campfire3. Enjoy our warm East Coast Hospitality; we are waiting for you!
The following links provide gateways to a tremendous amount of information to assist in making your visit to Nova Scotia a memorable one: