The Canadian province of Nova Scotia is filled with lots of fun things to do. The region has some of the best attractions and breathtaking points of interest, plus lobster—lots of lobster! From activities in Halifax to Cape Breton to Yarmouth, your bucket list will be overflowing.
The extreme tides in Nova Scotia creates the best adventure—tidal bore rafting the Bay of Fundy! A fun thing to do in Shubenacadie.
Between mid-June to September one of Canada’s most incredible wildlife display happens — more than 50,000 beluga whales come to Manitoba.
The 185-mile Cabot Trail route in Nova Scotia is best explored by car. When you are driving you can make as many picturesque stops as you like along Canada's most iconic trail on Cape Breton Island. Simply map your route and stop to hike, eat, shop, see the attractions and so much more.
Niagara Falls is a set of three powerful waterfalls, located between Ontario and New York, that gushes 34 million gallons of water per minute.
Graffiti Alley, in downtown Toronto is an entire road exploded with the colorful works of well-known graffiti artists.