Atlantic Canada is filled with exciting discoveries. Explore a 1,000-year-old Viking site, drive across the longest bridge in the world, and so much more.
Ever eaten a lobster roll after a winter surfing lesson with a cold lobster-infused beer in your knitted-lobster-mittened hands? Then you haven’t been to Nova Scotia.
Seafood, sweets, and seaweed—what more can you ask for?
♫ “Welcome to the rock! If you come from away, You’ll probably understand about a half of what we say!” ♫
Ride this Canadian tidal wave upriver for a nonstop adrenaline rush.
It may be the largest city in Atlantic Canada, but Nova Scotia's capital retains a pleasantly small-town feel while packing in plenty of diversions.
With its mild weather, vibrant foliage, and irresistible seafood,Nova Scotia makes for an ideal fall getaway in any year, but the weak Canadian dollar makes it a bargain for American travelers to visit right now.
From national parks to seafood feasts, Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada offer terrific experiences that should be on every traveler’s list.