The Ultimate Nova Scotia Road Trip Itinerary

Written By: The Planet D

Looking for the very best things to do on a Nova Scotia road trip? Nova Scotia is our favorite place to visit on the East Coast of Canada. After extensively traveling the entire province by car from North to South, we’ve had many grand adventures.

This road tirp itinerary will help you make the most of your time in Nova Scotia and offer unique ideas of what to see and do.

Road Trip to Nova Scotia

We’ve broken it down this Nova Scotia itinerary into sections with maps so you can plan which part of the province you want to see during your visit.

The main airport for Nova Scotia is Halifax and it is a 2 1/2 hour flight from Toronto. You can rent your car directly at the airport. To rent a car for your road trip around Nova Scotia, check out this car rental comparison site for prices and availability.

Nova Scotia Road Trip Itinerary Map

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Click here for the complete Map of our Nova Scotia road Trip Itinerary with directions and times.

We’ve had the pleasure of exploring most of the province and feel it is time to share our picks for the very best things to do in Nova Scotia on a road trip.

For more on Nova Scotia travel, Check out our complete list of Best Things to do in Nova Scotia – The Ultimate Travel Guide

Day 1 – Halifax

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Halifax Waterfront

Most trips to Nova Scotia will begin in Nova Scotia’s Capital city, Halifax. Halifax. And it is worth staying in the city for at least a couple of day.

Halifax has a bustling waterfront filled with attractions, restaurants, and scenic views. The Canadian Museum of Immigration is the star attraction at Pier 21 located along the beautiful Halifax Harbourfront.. Here you’ll learn of the fascinating history of immigration to Canada.

One day in Halifax is definitely not enough but if you only have one day, these are the not to miss sights.

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  • Alexander Keiths Brewery Tour – this is a fantastic and fun brewery tour in the heart of downtown Halifax.
  • Halifax Waterfront – You can see a lot of the best things to do in Halifax along the waterfront. The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is Canada’s answer to Ellis Island in New York. This is where the majority of immigrants came through. You can trace your ancestry at this interactive museum.
  • Maritime Museum of the Atlantic – A superb interactive museum detailing the history of shipping and the East Coast Maritime heritage. Plus, there’s a great display on the Titanic.

When you are finished at the water, head up to Halifax Citadel National Historic Site. A fort founded in 1749, it’s an excellent place to watch the sunset or if you are a history buff, take atour here during the day. .

There are plenty of things to do in Halifax and we recommend spending another day here. Check out the Best Things to do in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Day 2 – Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse

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Enjoying Sunset at the Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse

Heading Southwest from Halifax, your first is Peggy’s Cove located just 45 minutes from the Halifax. Peggy’s Cove is one of Nova Scotia’s most visited attractions and crowds can be huge here!

Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse is a beautiful setting. The lighthouse stands on 400 million-year-old rock stretching out to the sea, was created by molten lava bubbling up from the surface of the earth. The fishing village of Peggy’s Cove is a picturesque community dating back to 1811 and there are plenty of things to do here besides visiting the lighthouse.

  • Read our full post about all the things to do in Peggy’s Cove here.

Where to stay in Peggy’s Cove

We recommend staying overnight in the area and visiting at sunrise. Tour buses don’t arrive until late morning, so if you stay over and get to the lighthouse early, you’ll have it all to yourself before moving on to your next stop.

We really enjoyed our time at  Oceanstone Resort which just outside of Peggy’s Cove and makes for a great home base.

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Our Route through the South Shore

Click here for your google map of our complete South Shore road trip route

Day 3 – Mahone Bay to Lunenburg

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Three Churches of Mahone Bay

After leaving Peggy’s Cove your next stop will be Mahone Bay is a must-stop on any Nova Scotia Road Trip. It has been named one of the prettiest small-town downtowns in Canada. It’s easy to understand why.

The most famous landmark of Mahone Bay would definitely be the famous Three Churches. The three spires along the waterfront are a popular stop for photographers.

Here you can stop for lunch and browse the downtown shops of Mahone. Make sure to stop by the Haskapa Berry Store to learn about this superfood. Try the Haskapa gin, it’s delicious!


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Lunenburg Nova Scotia – UNESCO World Heritage Site

After driving from Peggy’s Cove, you’ll have the afternoon and evening in Lunenburg. Lunenburg is one of only two urban centres in North America to have the honour of being named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Lunenburg is famous for its painted houses creating a rainbow of colours along the waterfront. The pastel buildings all must adhere to a strict code to keep the town beautiful.

If you arrive early enough, join an afternoon Walking Tours to learn of the mariner history of Lunenburg and to discover its Victorian architecture. It ends at the waterfront memorial dedicated to the fishermen and mariners that lost their lives through the years.

From here, walk over to the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic while keeping an eye out for the Bluenose II. It makes its home in Lunenburg when it is not touring around the country. And after you are done, it is easy to find a spot for dinner to try some Nova Scotia fresh lobster or seafood.

  • Where to Stay in LunenburgLunenburg Arms Hotel is located downtown Lunenburg. This boutique hotel overlooks Lunenburg Harbour and is walking distance to all of the Top Attractiosn in Lunenburg.

Lighthouse Route in Nova Scotia – Map

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Click here to get the map route from Lunenburg to Yarmouth

Day 4 – Blue Rocks to Liverpool

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There is a lot to cover today, so you will want to wake up early before sunrise. On your way out of Lunenburg, take a detour to the picturesque fishing village of Blue Rocks. Nothing says “East Coast” more than a fishing village lining the bay with fishing lodges and lobster traps reflecting in the waters and shimmering rocks in the bay.

It is only 10 minutes from Lunenburg, so if you want to go back to town for breakfast or to pick up a coffee, that is a good option. When you are finished, you will still have a full day to explore the Lighthouse Route of Nova Scotia that runs from Lunenberg to Yarmouth.

LaHave Ferry

After leaving Lunenberg or the Blue Rocks it is a thirty-minute drive time to the LaHave River where you will make your way south. When doing this portion of your road trip through Nova Scotia, be sure to use the LaHave Ferry rather than driving around, it will save you a lot of time.

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The La Have Ferry is one of the last remaining cable ferries in the country and it operates 24 hours a day. (note between 11:30 pm and 05:30 am it is on call.) It’s just a quick 5-minute journey, but it is wild to see a cable pulling a ferry across the river.

La Have Bakery

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While in LaHave, stop in at the LaHave Bakery for some sweets. The Victorian-era building sits on the waterfront serving fresh baked goods and coffee. It’s the perfect place to stock up on road trip goodies.

Crescent Beach

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The water may be cold on the Nova Scotia coast, but Crescent Beach is a beautiful setting. Plus it’s the only beach in Nova Scotia that you can drive on. At 2.5 km long, you can easily find a spot all to yourself to enjoy a picnic or do some sunbathing before moving on.


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Tonight you get to relax in the historic town of Liverpool. Liverpool is home of the Privateers. Privateers were private citizens who were commissioned to “carry on all forms of hostility permissible at sea.” They patrolled the waters of Nova Scotia during the war of 1812.

Liverpool houses The Four Point Lighthouse which is free to visit and is the 3rd Oldest Lighthouse in Nova Scotia. There’s kayaking along the Mercy River and plenty of hiking along the shore. Located along the lighthouse route, it is a popular stop any Nova Scotia Road Trip Itinerary.

  • Where to Stay in Liverpool: Lanes Privateer Inn
  • Where to Eat in Liverpool: La Vista Restaurant in Lanes Privateer Inn

Day 5 – Liverpool to Yarmouth

As you continue along the Lighthouse Route, the next stop is Shelburne. You may not have heard of Shelburne, but it is the third-largest natural harbour in the world!


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During the American Revolution, 3000 Loyalists settled in Shelburne from New York City making it (at one time) the fourth-largest community in North America! Visit the Shelburne Waterfront Heritage District and the Shelburne County Museum that highlights the Loyalist history of the area.


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Cape Forchu Lighthouse at sunset

Yarmouth is the major urban centre of Southern Novaa Scotia. It is a popular Halifax destination as ferries operating from Portland Maine land here at Yarmouth.

The Cape Forchu lighthouse is the star attraction of Yarmouth and is Nova’s Scotia’s second most visited lighthouse after Peggy’s Cove. What makes this special is that it is free from crowds compared to Peggy’s Cove. It may be popular, but when we were there, we saw only two other people!

We didn’t find a lot of other things to do in Yarmouth and instead preferred our stay outside of town at Ye Olde Argyle Lodge where we could do some hiking and kayaking.

Where to Stay in Yarmouth

  • Where to Stay near Shelburne and Yarmouth: Ye Olde Argyler
  • Ye Olde Argyler was a full-service lodge in a beautiful setting. They offer kayaking trips from there too!

See our complete south shore road trip of Nova Scotia.

Day 6 – Annapolis Valley

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Working your way up the Bay of Funday Shore takes you to the Annapolis Valley. It is fast becoming a major wine-producing route in Nova Scotia. Take your time to explore the coast discovering the Acadian history here at Port Royal and Grand Pré. Here you can explore several National Historic Sites – Fort Anne, Port-Royal, and Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens.

On your way stop in Digby for lunch to enjoy some scallops.


Hall's Harbour in Nova Scotia

It is then time to move on to Wolfville where you’ll spend the night. Wolfville is a great place for exploring the up-and-coming wine region of Nova Scotia. It is an easy drive to explore the Wine Region of the Annapolis Valley from Wolfville and then make your way back to the charming town to relax at your historic accommodation.

Where to Stay in WolfvilleBlomidon Inn – The Blomidon Inn is a beautiful grand historic BnB with ornate luxury accommodation. We loved our dinner complete with Nova Scotia wine pairings in the grand old dining room.

Day 7 – The Bay of Fundy

It is now time to drive directly to the Bay of Fundy for a walk on the ocean floor. The Bay of Fundy is home to the world’s highest tides. It moves 100 billion tons of water every 6 hours! 

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That is more than all of the freshwater rivers in the world combined! The tides can reach 16 metres (52 feet) with an average range of 35 to 55 feet.  And the horizontal range can be as much as 5 kilometres in places.

You Have plenty of options to explore the Bay of Fundy and it can add either one to four days to your Nova Scotia Itinerary depending on what you choose. Either way you are going to love this coastal drive.

Burntcoat Head Park

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From Wolfville, you can drive directly to Burntcoat Head Park to see the world’s highest tides. Burntcoat Head is Nova Scotia’s answer to New Brunswick’s Hopewell Rocks. For three hours on either end of low tide, there is a window where visitors can explore rock formations and sea beds that are normally covered in water. This 3-acre park has hiking trails, a lighthouse, and an interpretive center making it a great way to spend an afternoon.

If you time it right you might be able to enjoy two iconic Bay of Fundy attractions in one day. After exploring Burnthead Coat Park, head to the Shubenacadie River for some tidal bore rafting.

Tidal Bore Rafting

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If you are looking for an adrenaline-filled adventure, Tidal Bore Rafting at the Shubenacadie River is an action-packed way to experience the high tides of the Bay of Fundy.

We went with River Runner’s rafting adventures and had an amazing time riding the waves as the 100 billion tons of water flowed with force into the river creating rapids and whirlpools.

One minute you are walking on the riverbed floor and the next you are rushing into the rafts to grab the waves as they come in. It’s the most fun you’ll ever have on the Bay of Fundy.

If you feel that you have experienced enough of the Bay of Fundy, it’s now time to move on and you can spend more time on the Cabot Trail or the Eastern Shore. If not, we have a couple more adventures.

Day 8 – Three Sisters

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The Three Sisters on the Bay of Fundy cannot be missed. The Three Sisters are huge sea stacks jutting out from the sea. When the sea is low, they are massive, but when the tide comes in, you can kayak through them.

Kayaking Three Sisters

Camping on the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia

You have two options here at the Three Sisters. One you can book a kayaking trip to paddle out to the sea stacks or you can simply hike the trail at Chignecto Provincial Park to See the Three Sisters and the high sea cliffs from above.

It was one of the best kayaking trips we’ve ever taken in our lives. We camped on a secluded beach on the Bay of Fundy and spent two days exploring its sea caves, sea stacks and sea cones.

Cape Chignecto Provincial Park

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If kayaking and camping isn’t your thing and you don’t have two nights to go camping, you can still view the Three Sisters from above. The 5.5 km trail system (3.4 miles) follows an easy trail to state of the art wooden viewing platforms offering views of the Three Sisters.

But you will also see amazing views of sea cliffs, Eatonville Harbour and beaches. The scenery from this trail is awe-inspiring and when we visited, there was nobody else there!

Where to Stay in Advocate Harbour near Three SistersDriftwood Park Retreat

Day 9 – Day Ceilidh Trail

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Ceilidh Trail is the cultural centre of Nova Scotia and a perfect addition to your Nova Scotia itinerary. Here you will learn about fishing traditions and Celtic heritage.

Celtic Music Interpretive Centre

Before you travel Cape Breton Island, check out the Celtic Music Centre to learn of the history, culture, and music of the Island. It will give you a better understanding of Nova Scotia’s heritage and you can chat up the locals when you pop into a pub for a pint. There are daily performances, interactive exhibits, and demonstrations.

Lobster Tour in Port Hood

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Gillis Lobster Tours and Charters will take you out on an actual lobster boat to check traps and see what its like to run an operation in Nova Scotia’s main fishing industry.

This fascinating Lobster Tour in Port Hood teaches how lobsters are caught. There are many rules for catching and keeping lobsters. You’ll learn about conservation, what size is legal to catch, how they are stored, and how small lobsters can simply swim right out of the traps.

Watch our full video of the Lobster Tour.

Not only is it interesting, it’s a beautiful boat trip to explore the shores of Nova Scotia. When it’s all done, try your hand at mackerel fishing (you can catch and release or take a few home for dinner) and make a stop at Port Hood Island.

Glenora Distillery Tour

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The Glenora Distillery is the first single malt whiskey distillery in North America.

Take a tour of the distillery to learn how the whiskey is made and have a taste to see what you want to buy. The locals claim that the Glenora Stream is so clean and fresh it is said to be the water of life. The pure water makes for perfect spirits!

Lobster Boil

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When in Nova Scotia, you must try lobster. They have perfected serving lobster every way imaginable. From lobster poutine, to lobster bisque, and lobster soup. But the best way to enjoy fresh Nova Scotia Lobster is with nothing at all.

If you get the chance, set up shop at a local eatery and enjoy a fresh lobster boil with lobsters straight out of the ocean. No butter, no salt just pure clean meat.

Where to Stay on the Cleidhe Trail

Tonight’s accommodation is at the Micro Boutique Living Resort downtown Antigonish.

Cape Breton

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There is no doubt that Cape Breton is the top attraction in Nova Scotia because of the Cabot Trail coastal drive. Rated as one of the best road trips in the world, Your Nova Scotia road trip could consist only of Cape Breton Island. Visitors flock to the trail to witness its breathtaking views, enjoy its world-class hikes and take in the scenic lookouts along the drive.

Tip: Drive counterclockwise along the trail for the best views and to be on the outside lane for views. From the Cleidh Trail you may be tempted to drive straight and do the Cabot Trail clockwise, but instead make your way to Baddeck to start your Cabot Trail Journey.

We wrote an in-depth guide to the Cabot Trail, but here are some of the highlights below that you can see. Be sure to check out the full guide.

Day 10 – Cabot Trail in Baddeck

You’ll spend the night here in Baddeck and you have a choice of a few excursions nearby.

Baddeck is an important stop on the Cabot Trail because it was home to Alexander Graham Bell’s summer house. Built on the site of his cottage named “Beinn Bhreagh”, Gaelic for “Beautiful Mountain.” Learn about his famous inventions like the telephone and his work with Hellen Keller.

North River Kayaking

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Whenever we visit Nova Scotia, we always try to put a kayaking trip on our itinerary. A good stop on the Cabot Trail for kayaking is the North River. North River Kayaking offers half-day, full-day, and overnight tours and we had so much fun with them.

If you are travelling along the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton, this is a must stop.

Uisge Ban Hike

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Another hike we enjoyed was heading out to the Uisge Ban Waterfall. Located just outside of Baddeck Uisge Ban (pronounced Ishkaban)  is an easy 1 1/2 km stroll to a beautiful waterfall.

It goes through a mossy forest meandering along a running stream. If you are in the area visiting Alexander Graham Bell’s House, be sure to stop here.

Where to Stay in Baddeck: The Inverary Resort is an excellent place to start the Cape Breton portion of your Nova Scotia Road Trip Itinerary. Enjoy a cocktail ceilidh with live music and drinks overlooking the lake, indulge in rich Nova Scotia Seafood at the Lakeside Restaurant or enjoy a fun pub setting at the Stonehearth Publ

Day 11 – Ingonish Beach

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After you’ve explored everything you want in Baddeck, it’s time to head north to Ingonish Beach where you’ll spend the night.

The Keltic Inn looked like an amazing place to stay, but being on a road trip, we stayed at an oTENTNIK on Ingonish Beach.

oTENTNIKs are run by and can be booked through Park’s Canada.  They are the perfect accommodation for families on a Nova Scotia Road Trip, or for couples (sleeps up to four adults or 2 adults four children) looking to spend some time outside, but not ready to rough it too much.

Everything you need for camping is supplied, so if you want a night or two of camping, but don’t have the gear, this is the way to go.

Here you can relax on the beach taking in the views, or you can head out for a hike.

Middlehead Trail

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The Middlehead Trail is a popular hike on the Cabot Trail. It is located just beyond the historic Keltic Lodge at Ingonish Beach. The 3.8 km (2.4 miles) loop follows a long peninsula stretching to the Atlantic Ocean. The peninsula separates to bays of Cape Smokey and Ingonish Island.

  • Time: 1 – 2 hours

At night enjoy a Lantern walk put on by Park’s Canada where you’ll walk through the settlement of Ingonish learning about the early settlers in this stylized tour with a haunting theme.

Day 12 – Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Today is your day to explore the Cabot Trail and take in all of the scenic views and lookouts along the coast. The 300 km loop of the Cabot Trail, weaves around the coast of Cape Breton. With incredible views overlooking the Gulf of St. Lawrence, hiking trails, waterfalls, campgrounds, and scenic lookouts it is a must for anyone traveling to Nova Scotia.

It’s one of the premier places to go whale watching in Nova Scotia and you’ll see bald eagles along the route too! Keep an eye out for the amazing scenic lookouts as you drive along the coast. See our full breakdown of the best things to see on the Cabot Trail

Skyline Trail

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The Skyline Trail is the most popular hike on the Cabot Trail so crowds can be a problem, but we suggest getting around this inconvenience by hiking it at sunset like we did. It is a great way to end your day of exploring the Cabot Trail. The hike is a 7.5 km loop and we suggest giving yourself at least 2-hours to take n the view and make stops. The trail itself is well marked with an excellent boardwalk leading down to different viewing points.

Tonight stay at Margaree harbour where you’ll enjoy a delicious lobster dinner with Nova Scotia Wine.

Day 13 – Guysborough to Tangier

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This under-appreciated destination is not on a lot of Nova Scotia Itineraries, but something tells me it will soon be very busy.

Authentic Seacoast Distillery

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We started our trip at the Authentic Seacoast Distillery where we hopped on golf carts to explore the golf course located on the water.

It was then time to tour the state-of-the-art distilling and brewing facility where we learned how they make their award-winning spirits and craft beer. You can rent a bicycle and take a spin on the TransCanada Trail. A perfect way to spend the afternoon.

Coastal Adventures Eastern Shore Kayaking

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A Nova Scotia road trip is never complete without a great adventure and our tour ends with a kayaking tour with Coastal Adventures along the Eastern Shore. The Eastern Shore offers impressive kayaking along the rugged shore.

Taking you through sea stacks and sea caves, exploring islands, and hiking along beaches. Owner Dr. Scott Cunningham is the author of Sea Kayaking Nova Scotia and runs Atlantic Canada’s foremost sea kayaking operation.

Where to stay: Tonight you can stay directly at Coastal Adventures log cabin. It’s a wonderful places to make a base.

From here you can do some mussel picking just before sunset at Murpheys Campground or you can go for a hike on a local favourite, the Liscomb River Trail. The 9.6km trail has a suspension bridge that overlooks a fish ladder and waterfall.

Day 14 – Back to Halifax

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It is your final day of your two week Nova Scotia Road trip and time to head back to Halifax where you can spend the evening walking along the waterfront, enjoying a night on Argyle Street at one of the pubs. Check out all the things to do in Halifax here.

Nova Scotia is a province filled with adventure, culture and impressive scenery. It is one of our favourite places to visit in Canada and we hope that you add it to your Canadian travel itinerary too!

It is an amazing place for a road trip. No leg of the drive takes more than 3 hours giving you plenty of time to see the sights without having to spend too much time in the car. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your Nova Scotia Road Trip today!

You won’t be disappointed!

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Our trips to Nova Scotia have been sponsored by Tourism Nova Scotia. For more information on things to do in Nova Scotia visit the Nova Scotia Tourism Website. 

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About The Planet D

Dave Bouskill and Debra Corbeil are the owners and founders of The Planet D. After traveling to 115 countries, on all 7 continents over the past 13 years they have become one of the foremost experts in travel. Being recognized as top travel bloggers and influencers by the likes of Forbes Magazine, the Society of American Travel Writers and USA Today has allowed them to become leaders in their field.

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24 thoughts on “The Ultimate Nova Scotia Road Trip Itinerary”

  1. I am planning a trip with my travel trailer to Nova Scotia 2023. Would the roads you drove be suitable for an RV? Are there RV campgrounds near the places you list in your travels there?

  2. I would highly recommend stopping into Amos Pewter while in Mahone Bay. The artisans create jewelry, tableware, home decor but are probably best known for their Christmas ornaments. They have a variety of series (from Santa’s reindeer to and beach treasure and Autumn treasures). Every year they add a new design to their annual collector ornaments.

  3. wow!! Scotia is the perfect place to get rid of the boredom of the mind after the pandemic over. I’m obsessed with the church on mahoney bay. I hope one day I can visit there.

  4. Love this! Your blog is so clean and organized! I’ve not yet had the opportunity to travel so I really appreciate your blog! I feel connected to places I’ve never been. Thank you so much for sharing this lovely post!

  5. Very surprised you didn’t cover the Fortress of louisbourg or the Miners museum in Glace Bay. You also missed Bell museum in Baddeck and the Highland village.

  6. My daughter and I did almost your exact tour 12 years ago – it was amazing – but you have missed out telling people about the North Shore
    Last year both myself and my daughter and her family moved to New Glasgow
    We can’t understand why no one pegs this area along with all the other beautiful north shore towns as a tourist attraction – it has so much to offer!

  7. I personally believe a trip to Nova Scotia would absolutely include a tour of the Sydney Harbourfront , with the Big Fiddle, the Cruise Ships, Harbor tours and Restaurants, the Miners Museum and Restaurant in Glace Bay and absolutely without question The Fortress of Louisbourg , a National Historic Site of Canada and the location of a one-quarter partial reconstruction of an 18th-century French fortress at Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island.

  8. Where’s Digby , the scallop capitol of the world? Plus the islands below Digby for whale watching and so much more!

  9. You missed the entire Northen Shore of our province.. it is just as historic (Pictou) Amherst. Antigonish ), beautiful (as the rest of the province and less crowded than Peggy’s Cove, or Lunenburg,) and friendly as the rest of Nova Scotia. We are chock full of great places to eat, stay, swim, sunbathe, explore, photograph, enjoy, relax.

  10. Great source of information man. Now it’s very easy for me to find out what would be my next step trip for this year. Thanks for sharing this wonderful article.

  11. H D&D, thanks for coming up with a detailed guide on this relatively quieter but nevertheless beautiful part of Canada. Look forward to hearing more about other parts of Canada as well.

  12. Stopping over at Peggy’s Cove is an amazing road trip experience. I’ve never been a lighthouse. These are all amazing things to do. Thanks for sharing this amazing guide.

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  14. This is amazing blog. Great photographs and organized blog. This destination seems like amazing place to go for road trip.

  15. I spent every summer growing up at Black Brook. I loved your descriptions and all of your pictures, and you have a beautiful smile. Thank you for the info. I think it’s time to go back and bring my new husband!

  16. This is amazing thank you. I think we are going to follow it next month how long was this done over ? Just want to get an idea of time 😉

  17. We are planning a camping trip to Maine summer 2019, but after reading this post, we might have to add Nova Scotia! The trail recommendations, highlights, and maps are great starting places for our planning. Thanks!