What you need to know before traveling to Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is a Canadian province in the southeast coastal area of the vast northern country. In 1604, Nova Scotia was the site of one of the continent’s first northern settlements: Port Royal. Established by the French, the area was taken over by the British in the 18th century. Points of interest in Nova Scotia center on the area’s rich historical past and natural splendor. Nova Scotia is divided into seven regions, each with breathtaking sites to discover. Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy is where the world’s highest tides rise and fall. The Northumberland Shore has the warmest waters north of Maine, and some of the most beautiful stretches of beaches on Canada’s Atlantic coast. Nova Scotia is abundant in natural beauty, and a visit to one of the area’s national parks is a must: some of the best are Kejimkujik National Park, the National Historic Site of Canada and the Cape Breton Highlands National Park.

The province has a thousand different activities that families or individuals can enjoy on a getaway to Nova Scotia. Some popular activities include: hiking Cape Chignecto, whale watching at Digby Neck, biking the historic Cabot Trail, rafting the Tidal Bore and many more. No trip to Nova Scotia would be complete without visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the fishing town of Lunenburg as well, and other historic sites include the Fortress of Louisbourg. A trip to Nova Scotia is an adventure that will include some memorable outdoor experiences. EasyToBook.com has cheap hotels located all around the province, to accommodate you and to help plan your special vacation.

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