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There's something so peaceful about being close to the water. It might be the sound of waves lapping against the shore, or maybe it's the sparkling blue vistas.

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If you're looking for an escape from mindless chitchat and human interaction, this secluded spot in Canada is a great getaway. The natural landscape is breathtaking and the island has more horses than it does humans. At Sable Island, you walk the beaches and see wild horses along the way.

This 40-kilometre long and only 2-kilometre wide island is southeast of Nova Scotia in the Atlantic Ocean.

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A trip across the pond just got a whole lot easier and there are so many adventures waiting to be had. New WestJet flights to the U.K. from Halifax this summer will give you so many options to get away. Whether you want to jet off to England or Scotland from Canada's east coast, the airline has all your bases covered.

The airline just announced the new seasonal route from the Halifax airport to Manchester, England. This means now is the perfect time to start planning your next summer vacation. 

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If you are visiting Halifax for the first time, there are plenty of local gems you need to explore. Instead of relying on travel books and websites that will take you to tourist traps, you can opt for a more authentic look at life in Halifax instead. The problem is, if you don't know anyone who lives in the city, it can be challenging to get honest feedback on what you should experience. So to help you out, we've gathered up a list of places to go in Halifax where locals love to hang out with their friends.

While Halifax might not be as big as cities like Toronto and Vancouver, there is still plenty to explore. Halifax residents will confirm that there are plenty of extraordinary spots to enjoy, like a board game café and glow-in-the-dark bowling to keep you entertained. You can also relax at one of Halifax's new bars, or eat well at the many popular cheap restaurants and cute cafés in the city.

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Get out of your everyday routine and see something spectacularly surreal! These spots are going to shake up your every day and get you incredible material for your Instagram.

Surreal and cinematic landscapes abound on the East Coast. In addition to amazing beaches and hiking trails, you'll also find sculptures of the world's largest lobster AND the world's largest potato somewhere along the East Coast. 

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