A City to Match Every Persona? Take a Private Tour to Nova Scotia
A place to match every persona? Then take a private tour to Nova Scotia where you will meet diverse locals who welcome all visitors with open arms.
The province of Nova Scotia is found on the eastern side of Canada and nearly completely surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. It is a fantastic place to take a trip to with its vast range of sights and activities.
Take a road trip around the province, forget the maps and Sat Nav and just wing it! The pace of the province is so laid back the best way to enjoy it, is to go with the flow.
The views from the impressive mountains are spectacular and the vistas from the sea are even better.
he views from the impressive mountains are spectacular and the vistas from the sea are even better.
It completely up to you as to whether you have a quiet relaxing trip or a wild adventure filled one as each option is there at our feet.
There are great museums of all varieties, Art galleries, parks with lakes and waterfalls and plenty of amusing places to keep children of all ages entertained.
Top 10 Things to Do in Nova Scotia
On a Sightseeing Tour of Nova Scotia, Visit the Numerous Historical Landmarks or Go on Whale Watching Private Tour Cruises
There is an enormous influence of Irish and Scottish cultures in Nova Scotia as a result of immigrants from Ireland and Scotland settling here centuries ago.
This is very evident when you go out at nighttime anywhere in Nova Scotia.
You will see the sign ‘Cead Mile Failte’ at the entrance to most bars and restaurants which means ‘a hundred thousand welcomes’.
On a sightseeing tour anywhere in the Province, there will be some tale told of the Irish and Scotland.
There are great social events where you will hear Irish music, song, dance and story.
The cuisine in Nova Scotia is also reflected by the Gaelic influence as well as traditional Canadian food, so when you are on a private tour here, there is a great variety of new and exciting food to savour.
Travel Tips for Nova Scotia
Probably the best time to visit Nova Scotia is the winter months when there is lots of fresh snow on the mountains and great skiing. The ice is thick, so ice-skating is good too. Summer months are very pleasant with warm sunny days and lots of activities. Summer is shorter here and prices tend to increase during it. There are festivals held throughout the year so check out when the one you like is on and work around it for your trip.
For the majority of the year Nova Scotia is on par with the rest of Canada, if not a little cheaper but during the summer months, due to its popularity, the prices increase. Book private tours early in the year for the summer and you will get them cheaper than booking while there. Typical costs for a budget hotel is $65-$85 per night for a single, cheapest meals are the freshest, seafood. It is the cheapest place to buy Lobster in Canada!
Always do research about the destination you intend to travel to. Book as many private tours as possible in advance to ensure you are not disappointed upon arrival. Be aware of your location and never walk alone at nighttime in dark streets. Pickpockets are everywhere in the world so keep your money in a safe place or on your person. You may encounter scam artists looking for money to ‘get back home’, do not engage in conversation
The weather in Nova Scotia is often described as moderate. It is one of the few places where it does not get extremely hot nor does it get extremely cold. Temperatures during the summer are averaging 20-25 degrees Celsius and lots of sun. Winter the temperatures are 0-10 degrees Celsius and lots of snow. Spring and Autumn are, normally, temperatures in between and there maybe some rain at different stages throughout these seasons.