A honeymoon in Nova Scotia is guaranteed to leave you with many memorable moments, set to the back drop of a province with an original Canadian atmosphere. Opportunities for outdoor recreation abound, with many hiking and cycling options to choose from. Enjoy the landscape dotted with old lighthouses, boats and wooden buildings, while you feast on fresh lobster. Famous for being hospitable and friendly, the people of Nova Scotia are the icing on the cake. Don’t be surprised if you're invited in for dinner with some newfound friends during your honeymoon in Nova Scotia!
To ensure an exciting, romantic honeymoon in Nova Scotia, consider these three activities.
- With 150 historic lighthouses standing tall and proud, how can you not stop and admire at least one of them? The Lighthouse Route can be traveled by car or bicycle and will take you past old fishing villages and along Nova Scotia’s South Shore.
- Whale watching! Take a guided tour, or just make a pit stop while driving or biking along the sea. There’ll be plenty of opportunities to take photos.
- Time travel. Joggins Fossil Cliffs stretch out 15 km along the beach, and are a UNESCO world heritage site where you can see 300 million year old plants, animals and footprints, revealed by the world's highest tides.