Nova Scotia Travel to
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Nova Scotia's seven regions offer breathtaking scenery, cultural experiences, history and outdoor activities.
Its nickname "Canada's Ocean Playground", is appropriate as there are over 4,700 miles of seacoast with 125 fresh and saltwater beaches.
Nova Scotia's unique culture is a blend of Acadian, Mi'kmaq, Scottish and African Nova Scotian heritages. There are over 500 festivals and events each year.
While visiting, be sure to try a rappie pie, a favorite Acadian dish.
For more choices of things to do and see and detailed information, follow the links below.CONVENTION AND VISITOR BUREAUS:
- Electricity: 110/120V, 60Hz
- Times to Travel: Any time is a good time for travel to Nova Scotia. Spring and summer feature festivals, events and whale watching; autumn's colorful foliage is spectacular and winter draws skiers and snowmobilers.
TOURISM SITES AND LINKS:
- Alexander Graham Bell Historic Site
- Annapolis Valley
- Appalachian Trail - Nova Scotia
- Bay of Fundy
- Cabot Trail
- Canada Travel
- Central Nova Scotia
- Explore Nova Scotia
- Hiking in Nova Scotia
- Kejimkujik National Park
- Lighthouses of Nova Scotia
- Nova Scotia Airports
- Nova Scotia Ferries
- Nova Scotia Golf Courses
- Nova Scotia Provincial Parks
- Nova Scotia Wineries
- Ski Nova Scotia
- Travel Nova Scotia
- Yarmouth and Acadian Shores
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