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Discover Nova Scotia

The words ‘Nova Scotia’ have a certain ring to them, conjuring the idea of special things to come even before your plane hits the runway in Halifax or the ferry deposits you at a portside town along its extensive coastline.

You’ll be greeted by puffins and seals no doubt, and whales if you’re anywhere near the Bay of Fundy, which is also a paleontological hotspot and well known for its fossil-bearing rock formations.

When you’re not beachcombing, exploring a hidden wilderness path, or marveling at picture-perfect lighthouses, enjoy a night or two dancing and dining in Halifax, or take a trip to Breton Island to explore the Cabot Trail.


The capital of Nova Scotia, and presided over by the spooky hilltop Halifax Citadel, Halifax Nova Scotia harbour town has long been a key trading port, but today is more popular for its fresh sea air and lively buzz.

It is a mix of historical heritage and modern seaside chic, with quaint old buildings, arty boutiques and gourmet eateries.



Often referred to as the ‘Birthplace of New Scotland’, Pictou, in Nova Scotia, lies on the magnificent Northumberland Shore in Canada and is the place where the first group of Scottish settlers made their home in 1773. With its spectacular greenery, beautiful reflective waters and fun-filled historic waterfront, the town makes a wonderful holiday destination offering both natural and heritage attractions.

The natural harbour where the Scottish once landed is now called the Hector Heritage Quay, and is home to a replica of the original ship which once brought the settlers here.

Visitors can hear about how the ships of that time were made, see displays about the immigrants' stories, and see fascinating memorabilia. Follow this up by relaxing at one of the harbour’s lovely restaurants. A boardwalk from the marina links to the enthralling Trans-Canada Trail.


Cape Breton and the Cabot Trail

Cape Breton was voted the number 1 island to visit in North America by Travel and Leisure magazine, the Cabot Trail is one of the most scenic destinations in the World, with scenic ocean vistas, old-growth forests. prehistoric rocks all sitting in the shadow of the Cape Breton Highlands.  Located in Nova Scotia, yet not far from Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton is a must-see for anyone looking for traditional log cabins, rugged coastlines, and villages with familiar Scottish names. 

If the 165 miles of the Cabot Trail is not enough to keep you busy, try fly fishing for Atlantic Salmon, Mackeral fishing on the Jersey Cove Shore, meet the Atlantic Puffins or simply marvel in the beauty of this wonderful island.


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You can fly directly from London to Halifax in just under 7 hours



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