Get set for oceans of fun in Nova Scotia. Bike past lighthouses, coastal farms and charming fishing villages. Hike along the beautiful shoreline and paddle kayaks among a maze of islands. Whale watching and beach frolicking. Delicious lobster dinners. Action-packed days you'll wish would never end!
1 Spin along Nova Scotia's famed South Shore to Port Medway Lighthouse, the first of many lighthouses throughout your trip Quiet roads lead to the family-friendly beachfront White Point Resort Kick off the week with a bonfire—a Nova Scotia tradition.
2 Amble in Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct through coastal tundra forests and wooded groves Pass secluded coves and salt lagoons, and walk on a magnificent white-sand beach At Harbour Rocks, scan the cobblestone beaches for stones the size of baseballs Maybe even see harbor seals catching rays on the shore Kids get ready for beach games in the afternoon!
3-4 Pedal past fishing villages and pretty inlets and bays, setting your sights on the vibrant waterfront town of Lunenburg, a World Heritage site Life is sweet at La Have Bakery, a tasty stop along the way Hike to the pristine headland of Gaff Point, where vistas of the rugged coastline await Sample a bit of local cuisine on your own in Lunenburg Explore the rocky coast by kayak, paddling among the tiny Islands of Blue Rocks Bike toward postcard-perfect Mahone Bay, then travel to Digby.
5-6 Journey to Brier Island, the westernmost tip of Nova Scotia, for a walk on unspoiled coastal trails Greet goats, sheep and alpacas at a family-run farm Thar she blows! Look out for whales in the Bay of Fundy, known for having the world's highest tides Dig into a lobster boil dinner Join a local guide for a fun and informative walking tour in Annapolis Royal before a farewell picnic.