Seasonal Tours

Port : Halifax  

Fall

Fall is truly a beautiful time of year in Nova Scotia and the Maritimes , Various Oktoberfest celebrations , Craft Beer Celebrations and events or take a ride on the rural road along Nova Scotia's Highway 2 and discover Nova Scotia’s rural art.With Halloween the Holiday of the season Nova Scotia offers various themed attractions from various rural maise mazes to the Windsor Pumpkin boat races and the amazing sight of the ebb and flow of the Yarmouth Tide. Wild blueberry fields in Parrsboro or Apple picking in the Annapolis Valley which could also go well with a small winery tour. Most importantly our world renown Celtic Colours Festival in October in Cape Breton !

Winter

Experience Nova Scotia this winter. Just because the summer leaves us doesn’t mean there’s nothing to see and do. Lace up your skates and visit our new  Emera Oval, originally known as the Canada Games Oval, a permanent skating rink/speed skating rink installed on the Halifax Commons for the 2011 Canada Games. It is the size of three NHL hockey rinks. Free skate and equipment rentals are available in season. Not one for skating ? , How about skiing or snowboarding at Ski Martock Resort. Nova Scotia has the worlds best winter surfing and Lawrence Town beach in winter is a sight to behold , Or let us tour you around the city and end it in Montague Farms for a ride on a horse-drawn sleigh Or see Peggy’s Cove in the winter. If you’re a “Foodie” there are delicious culinary winter events such as Sip & Shuck in January, Dine Around taking place throughout February, Nova Scotia Ice-wine Festival in late February and early March, Savor Food & Wine Show in March, The possibilities are endless.

 These are just some of the things that Nova Scotia has to offer in the off seasons if you want to swim against the normal tourist seasons.

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