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NOVA SCOTIA HOLIDAYS IN 2019/20

Nova Scotia is set on the peninsula that lies on Canada’s east coast and is set precisely half way between the equator and the North Pole. Nova Scotia is the Latin name for ‘New Scotland’ and is the recognised English name for the province, which is a throwback to the settlement’s British colonial roots when it was founded in 1749.

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Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia enables visitors to be at one with nature as if you head into the waters of the Bay of Fundy, you can likely catch sightings of the amazing marine wildlife that call the waters of Nova Scotia home. Whales, dolphins and seals are some of the amazing sights that you can catch a glimpse of during your visit.

The region is also steeped in colonial history, as well as being stunningly beautiful with a welcoming and friendly population. This is a different side to Canada without a doubt, the provincial capital of Halifax along with the major Citadel museum is a major draw of the area. As well as enjoying the charming atmosphere, you can enjoy fine company and exquisite food too, as you can sampling fresh lobster in Yarmouth is extremely popular.

There is something for everyone here and if you value history as well as adventure then Nova Scotia must be high up on your wishlist. Canada’s northeast peninsula is both strikingly beautiful as well as enchanting and it will serve to provide you with memories that will stay with you forever.

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Things to do in Nova Scotia

  • Discovering Nova Scotia’s incredible maritime heritage
  • Discover the wildlife of the Bay of Fundy from the mighty whale to dolphins and seals
  • Cape Breton National Park and the splendid scenery
  • The Citadel, Halifax’s live maritime museum

If you would like to know more about Travelbag’s excellent tailor-made holidays to Nova Scotia, don’t hesitate to contact us on 0203 139 7074.

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