Did you know you can get away in your own province but feel like you're hundreds of miles away? If you're too broke to travel this summer, why not try to get away in your own province! Not only is being a tourist really fun, but you'll learn more about your province while exploring!
If you're a fan of unbelievable sights and nature, some of these locations are amazing places to explore. Below are some of the places in Nova Scotia that will make you feel far away!
An absolutely stunning place to visit, the Cape Breton Highlands will make you feel like you're far far away in Scotland. With massive cliffs, beautiful beaches, the Highlands has so much to offer.
Walking along the coast, watching the unreal tide levels and just exploring this unbelievable shore, will make you forget all of your worries. The Bay of Fundy is a beautiful place to explore.
Cape Sable Island
Also known as Cape Island, this beautiful island at the southern most point of the province is unreal. The island is rich with history and is a wonderful place to explore.
Also in The Cape Breton Highlands, the Skyline Trail is a trail you should not pass up exploring. This seven-kilometre trail is a great place to go for a hike and get outside. You'll feel like you're in Ireland with these views!
Along the South Shore, Thomas Raddall Provincial Park will make you feel like you're far away on one of their white sand beaches, while you relax and unwind.
Located on the Northumberland Shore, the Sunrise Trail is a stunning place to get up early and watch the sunrise.
This secluded swimming hole in Cheticamp is an awesome way to run away to for a day. You could also head out on one of the trails to catch a fantastic view of the gorgeous water!
This small island just off Nova Scotia's coast is an amazing place to spend some time with nature. Experience the breathtaking sights and of course the free-roaming Sable Island horses.