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.
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 | Maybe even see harbor seals catching rays.
3-4 Pedal past fishing villages and inlets, to the vibrant waterfront town of Lunenburg, a World Heritage site | Pause 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 | Explore the rocky coast by kayak, paddling among the tiny Islands of Blue Rocks.
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.