Nova Scotia vacations are truly worlds-away from anything you’ve ever experienced. Renowned for the highest tides in the world at the Bay of Fundy, award-winning vineyards scattered about the province, nationally recognized chefs at the helm of Nova Scotia restaurants and over 700 festivals annually, Nova Scotia is a place of remarkable natural beauty and thriving culture. Relax at Peggy’s Cove fishing village, go on a whale watching trip, tour the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island, experience Nova Scotia golf, learn about Nova Scotia genealogy or explore one of Canada’s Seven Wonders—Pier 21—on a Halifax tour. Remember a Nova Scotia accommodation can be found for every style of getaway, from a seaside inn to a quaint bed and breakfast or an urban Nova Scotia hotel.
The Bluenose II, Nova Scotia's sailing ambassador, is the 143-foot schooner that sails out of Lunenburg and visits Halifax and other ports throughout this Maritime Province over the summer. Take a Nova Scotia cruise on the Bluenose II.