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Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

Let’s go for a great adventure across Canada! BougeBouge will take you from the Atlantic to the Pacific, you are about to discover this magnificent country through its provinces. Your journey begins here, in Nova Scotia and more precisely in Cape Breton, the northernmost point of Nova Scotia. You will then discover Halifax, the capital of the province. A beautiful and vibrant city on the waterfront. Your trip to Nova Scotia will then take you to Lunenburg, one of the prettiest villages in the province! Let’s get going!

The Cabot Trail

Undulating between the mountains and the ocean, the Cabot Trail is a mythical route around Cape Breton National Park. The ocean views are magnificent in all seasons. The Cabot Trail is also very well known for its hiking, especially the « Skyline Trail » which offers an immense viewpoint. Hang on to your hat! The wind over there blows your head off!


Halifax is Nova Scotia’s Capital. It’s the « big » city of Nova Scotia. You’ll love a walk on the dock, feeling the breeze of the ocean. On the top of the hill stands the Halifax Citadel where you’ll have impressive views of the ocean, islands end the whole City. Halifax is also known for amazing museums such as the Canadian Museum of Immigration where you’ll learn about the millions of immigrant who arrived in Canada from Europe and all around the world. There is also the Maritime Museum that showcase an exhibit about the famous Titanic !

Lunenburg and the fishing villages

Lunenburg is a beautiful port city classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site! That’s all there is to it! Its multicolored wooden buildings, its beautiful port but above all its fascinating history make it a place worth a visit. Between Halifax and Lunenburg, the villages of Peggy’s Cove, Chester or Mahone Bay are beautiful stops that will give you a sample of the beauty of Nova Scotia!

Kejimkujik National Park

This mysteriously named park reveals a place steeped in the history of the Mi’kmaq people who crossed the huge lake of the same name to reach the ocean from the Bay of Fundy. Not only is the park a wonderful playground for hiking, camping and canoeing enthusiasts, but it is also particularly popular with skygazers as it is one of Canada’s rare starry sky reserves. Sleeping under the stars here takes on its full meaning. The park is divided in 2 with a part on the ocean side. Its beautiful long beaches and its impressive waves are also the pleasure of surf lovers.

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