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Tours in Nova Scotia starting from $1,562

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Nova Scotia Tours

Nova Scotia is New Scotland in Latin.

With 1500 miles of coastline, Nova Scotia is regarded as Canada’s Ocean Playground.

Glace Bay was once called the “largest town” in Canada.

The Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever was declared the official provincial dog in 1995. It is the smallest of all retrievers and is purely Canadian bred.

The Halifax Citadel National Historic Site is the most visited national historic site in Canada.

The Old Town Clock, a famous landmark in Halifax, has been keeping time since 1803.

Why go on a Nova Scotia tour?

Rich in history, blessed with breathtaking coastlines and vast wilderness, it is no wonder that Nova Scotia is a traveller’s dream. Begin your grand tour in Halifax and take some time to explore the historic streets of this fascinating city. With unique attractions such as the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site & Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, visitors will certainly bring home a wealth of new exciting knowledge. Board the Haligonian III, a 200-passenger vessel and embark on a thrilling whale-watching cruise. Go for a drive towards Cape Breton and marvel at the scenic views that the Cabot Trail has to offer. While you are there, drop by the Fortress of Louisbourg. One of the busiest harbours in North America during the 18th century, today the landmark is considered North America’s largest reconstruction.During your Nova Scotia tour, make sure to also visit the infamous Peggy’s Cove. It can get rather crowded in the summer, but the stunning view of the lighthouse and the rounded rocks make the visit all worth it.

When is the best time to go?

The weather in Nova Scotia can be summed up in one word – moderate. It rarely gets extremely hot or extremely cold. From mid-March to late April, the weather in Nova Scotia typically hovers between 0C and 10C, while it varies from 10C to 20C from late April to mid-June. Summer in Nova Scotia stays between 20C and 25C. During fall, it averages amid 0C and 20C. Meanwhile, winter varies between 0C to 15C.

What are you waiting for? Embark on an exciting tour to the northeast and discover this amazing part of Canada today! To learn more about our Nova Scotia tours, speak with our tripcentral.ca travel agents – they can help you find the best priced deals perfect for your needs.