Nova Scotia is only 480 km from our last stop. From the highest tides of the Bay for Fundy to the majestic Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia is home to some natural and national treasures. Take in the sights of Halifax, our city by the sea, or explore our charming seaport towns. There is 13,300 km of coastline waiting for you to discover in Nova Scotia, Canada.
The Cabot Trail is a famous scenic road on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. It is a 297 km highway loop crossing the Cape Breton Highlands National Park with spectacular coastal views and highland scenery. Here you can shop, golf, and watch whales on the same day!
Oceans and laid-back fishing villages are the way of life here. Blueberries are everywhere and added to everything. In fact, blueberries are the Official Berry of Nova Scotia! For a taste of local food, try Atlantic Canada Oysters.
There is a lot of snow here so it’s a good thing you have arrived before it begins.
The next walk is a big one. We are headed to the biggest territory of all, the Northwest Territory. See you in a couple of days.