9 Halifax Dates For Couples Who Have Been Going Out Forever And Are Bored Of Everything
Switch things up a bit.
After going out for a couple years, it seems that dinner and a movie might no longer cut it. Though the temptation to stay in, order delivery and watch Netflix is very (VERY) real, we challenge you and your significant other to get out there and try something new this spring.
Below we’ve put together a list of some more adventurous date ideas that you and bae will be sure to enjoy.
1. Chill out with Sauna Nova Scotia
Book a relaxing sauna session with bae at this unique mobile spa service, currently parked at 2616 Windsor Street. Schedule a 90-minute open sauna session for two and pay only $25 each!
2. Enjoy a Kayaking Tour through the harbour
When Kayak Halifax begins their 2017 season in May, book a kayaking tour of the Halifax harbour for a more active date that will show you the city in a whole new way.
3. Get out and do some go-carting
Help you partner channel their road rage in a healthy way by challenging them to a race at Khartbahn Indoor Racing at Otter Lake Court.
4. Sample the goods at a local Food Festival
This March the Savour Food & Wine Show will be coming to the Halifax World Trade and Convention Centre, and will showcase over 70 restaurants, wines and cocktails from all over the province for visitors to sample. Grab your ticket here for only $85!
5. Embark on a haunted walking tour
Join Tattle Tours on a haunted walk through downtown Halifax with your partner to find out where Halifax’s first murder took place and why the Old Town Clock is inhabited by ghosts…
6. Sample the oyster bar at Press Gang
Try seafood from all over Atlantic Canada at this upscale Halifax restaurant. Get a couple drinks and split some oysters for the perfect East Coast date night!
7. Take a surfing lesson
Nova Scotians will take advantage of awesome waves no matter what season it is. Sign up for an introductory class with Halifax Surf School, and head out to Lawrencetown Beach or Crystal Crescent to learn how the pros make surfing look so easy.
8. Camp out for the weekend in Kejimkujik National Park
One of Nova Scotia’s more famous national parks, Kejimkujik spans over 400 km sq. of beautiful foliage, trails, and tranquil lake. Rent a yurt for a weekend of spring camping and hiking through this serene landscape.
9. Try a couples cooking class
Sign up for a vegan cooking class at enVie’s studio on Charles Street for a chance to take in some new recipes, and spend the two-hour class impressing your partner with some culinary prowess.