Nova Scotia Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Nova Scotia

Photo by Jens Peter Olesen Nova Scotia is a Maritime Canadian province on the Atlantic....

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How many people feel safe at night: 82% Top things to see and do: Head to the super-pretty Vancouver to enjoy both nature and civilisation; Visit a jazz club in marvellous Montreal; Figure out why the Niagara Falls are such a popular attraction; Indulge in whale-watching at Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia; Rent a car and explore the stunning countryside....

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Top Places To Visit in Nova Scotia 2157 Spots

Larder Lake Dr, Chester, NS B0J 1J0, Canada
For coffee and snacks I’d head to the Windsor Larder, owned by celebrity chef Anthony Worrall Thompson at 59a St Leonards Road. It’s only a short walk from Frances Lodge and the park. The best part is that it even prepares perfect picnics. So you don't have to worry about the time you pick to gorge on some delicious snacks. It's all packed into one and you can relish them according to your convenience.
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Borneo Rd, Cross Roads Country Harbour, NS B0H 1J0, Canada
Here’s the tourist trail in Bromo: You wake up early, ride by jeep part way up Panajakan, hike the rest of the way to the summit where there are vendors selling coffee, hats, gloves, etc. Wait for the fireworks to start (on a good day it’s stunning, on a bad day I’ve been told it’s still worth the climb). After the sun is fully over the horizon, climb back down, reunite with your Jeep driver who will take you back down Panajakan and across the barren plain that lies in front of Bromo where you can walk or hire a horse to take you past the Hindu temple and to the feet of the nearly-vertical 250 stairs which, upon climbing, will allow you to look down into the depths of the active Bromo crater. It smokes daily and sometimes is shut down completely for fear of another eruption. Sulfur will choke you and gusts of ash dust will try to blind you but when you’re standing at the top there really is a bizarre happiness that settles into your bones, joy at having made it to the top and sheer awe at the majesty of nature you have witnessed. It’s a strange land, constantly on fire under the surface, and harsh in a way that only a place in constant flux could be. Truly a place for pilgrims, whether religious, nature-loving or simply adventurous.
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