It doesn't get better than

summer in Nova Scotia

Welcome to your ocean playground

Nova Scotia is the perfect destination to experience stunning beaches, the freshest lobster and seafood, exciting festivals and events, unique wineries and breweries, and so much more—all while exploring over 13,300 kilometres of coastline.

Go on an outdoor adventure and hike, bike, surf, sail, canoe, or kayak your way through unforgettable natural beauty. Or, discover that getting-away-from-it-all feeling in unique, oceanside accommodations with stunning views of the coast.

There are endless ways to experience Nova Scotia, so why not start planning your trip today? After all, inner children need playgrounds too.

Kayaking, Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia

Summer fun

Exploring wineries, enjoying fresh seafood on a waterfront patio – plus whale watching, kayaking, tidal bore rafting, golfing, beaches and more – there are so many reasons summer in Nova Scotia is the best.

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Where to stay

From picturesque oceanside resorts and luxury hotels to scenic cottages and glamping domes – find your home away from home in Nova Scotia this summer.

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Close up of a fresh lobster roll in Peggy's Cove.
Peggy’s Cove, South Shore

Food and drink

Foodies rejoice! Nova Scotia is home to world-class cuisine, including the freshest lobster. Please your palate with a food tour or sip and savour at a brewery, cidery, distillery, or winery.

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Trip planning tips

from locals and visitors

Check out the stories section for insider travel planning tips to help you discover more adventures around Nova Scotia.

Summer packages,

itineraries and trip ideas

You don’t need to be a master planner to enjoy the best of Nova Scotia. Our convenient packages and itineraries can help ensure you get the most out of your visit.

Getting to Nova Scotia

Whether you’re planning to come to Nova Scotia by air, sea, or land, we’ve got you covered.
From charters to airports, find out how easy it is to get here. Learn more about non-stop flights and airline options at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport.

Arriving by air

If you’re driving here or getting here by train, RV or bus, be sure to learn about all your transportation options, points of entry, and highways. While you’re here, add in a road trip to experience our regions.

Arriving by land

Whether you’d like to travel on a major cruise ship, sail or take a ferry, there are options to get you here – including
the MV Fundy Rose ferry traveling from Saint John, New Brunswick to Digby, Nova Scotia in just 2.25 hours.

Arriving by sea

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