Nova Scotia, Naturally
Halifax 'Supercity' extends along 300 km. of North Atlantic coastline.
The Eastern Shore is fast becoming a prime destination for international
adventure seekers and ecotourists. Guide Gail Martin has the story.
Here's a comprehensive resource for visitors to Halifax and the province
of Nova Scotia, including links to accommodations, attractions, events,
tours and more.
The site of the Nova Scotia Adventure Tourism Association provides a huge
database of outdoor activities, including kayaking, whale-watching, tidal
bore rafting, skiing, scuba-diving, hiking, sailing and more.
A major pit stop for touring Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI and Newfoundland
by bike, ACC includes tour planning, a cycling directory, a message board
Tour the lakes of Dartmouth by kayak, canoe or mountain bike. Rent by
the hour or day. Home of 'Kids Can Canoe' workshops.
Freewheeling Adventures has been thrilling visitors with 'extraordinary
active' vacations since 1987. Choose guided or self-guided travel to see
'more of Nova Scotia than most travellers'. Free adventure catalogue.
Resorts Provincial Parks
Nova Scotia Parks offers a guide to 'nature's resorts' in the province,
with a searchable database by region or type of park, camping facilities,
fees and online reservations.
Scotia Nature Trust
The Nova Scotia Nature Trust is a non-government charitable, conservation
organization that works with private land owners to protect significant
natural areas of the province.
Museum of Natural History
Part of the province's family of 25 museums, the Natural History Museum
in Halifax is a resource for schools and lifelong learners.
The definitive independent source for all things in Nova Scotia's magnificent
'outdoors.' Tours to guide you in kayaking, cycling, canoeing, whalewatching
and much more, or explore on your own.
Tufts' Birds of Nova Scotia
Robie Tufts 1961 book has been a mainstay for Nova Scotia birders for
decades. Now the Museum of Natural History has made his work available
Based in Halifax, Scott Walking Adventures is one of the oldest and best
known hiking operations in the province. Walking tours include Newfoundland,
PEI, Bay of Fundy and Cape Breton Island. Next year, watch for Gaspe (PQ)
and Nova Scotia's rugged Eastern Shore Wilderness Walks.
Tusket River and Basin Project
Enjoy nature and culture Acadian style at Wedgeport's Tusket River Project.
An interpretative nature trail and ecotours by boat await visitors.
Known as the Quoddy Loop, the state of Maine and the provinces of New
Brunswick and Nova Scotia are connected by car ferries that offer an adventure
all by themselves. Experience the CAT!
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