Louisbourg, located in Cape Breton, is the largest historical reconstruction in North America. Each summer, historical re-enactors breathe life to this unique living museum, playing their French colonial part of soldier, settler, merchant or peasant.
There are few places in the world where you can experience a true tidal wave, much less hop on an inflatable raft to ride it.
Breathtaking views, colourful villages, migrating whales – the 300km northern loop of Cape Breton is easily one of Canada’s Bucket List road trips.
Lunenburg is recognized by UNESCO as being the best surviving example of a British colonial settlement in North America.
A brewery tour at Alexander Keith demonstrates why the the Indian pale ale is so loved by Nova Scotians, and why beer is so dear to all Canadians in general.
Competitors in this 5km and 10km fun run in the Bay of Fundy race across the ocean floor, hoping to reach the finish line before high tide.