Traveling to Nova Scotia where it is rich in History, Culture and spectacular scenery. Over Seven Hundred festivals annually, three hundred or more Attractions and Museums Nova Scotia is never lacking in things to do. The Annapolis Valley stretches a hundred and fifty kilometers from Digby in the west to Wolfville in the east. Halifax Region also the Capital of Nova Scotia and is the oldest permanent European Settlement in Nova Scotia. Visit one of Canada’s seven wonder’s Pier 21 while you are staying in Halifax. The South shore of Nova Scotia runs along the Atlantic Coast from Halifax Harbor to Yarmouth. The South Shore is a strong tourist destination with many Attractions, Hotels and Cottages. Some of the communities include Peggy’s Cove, Lunenburg a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Shelburne. Cape Breton Island known for its rocky coast line, glacial valleys and rolling farmland. The Cabot Trail a scenic trip over the Cape Breton Highlands is traveled by over four hundred thousand travelers a year getting spectacular views on the way to see Fortress Louisbourg. Condé Nast travel Guide rates Cape Breton Island as one of the best Island destinations in the World.
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