Experience one of Nova Scotia’s most picturesque places on this half-day trip to Peggy’s Cove from Halifax, with convenient, comfortable round-trip transport included. Receive an informative overview of this popular area from your friendly onboard guide, and then take a self-guided tour to explore the small fishing village at your own pace. Don’t miss the Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse, one of the world’s most iconic lighthouses!
• 3.5 hours
Soak up the sights, history and maritime legacy of Halifax on this 2.5-hour coach tour. Pass by Province House, the Halifax Public Gardens, St Paul’s Church and the Old Town Clock. Snap shots of the hilltop Halifax Citadel National Historic Site and learn about the fort’s role in the British Empire. You'll also visit Fairview Lawn Cemetery, where 121 victims of the 'Titanic' tragedy are buried. Throughout the tour, enjoy live narration from a kilted guide.
• 2.5 hours
On this day trip from Halifax, venture through Nova Scotia and visit the historical towns of Lunenburg and Mahone Bay. Enjoy a guided walking tour and learn about the history of fishing and boat building in Lunenburg -- a UNESCO World Heritage-listed port town that's home to Nova Scotia's largest fishing fleet -- and then visit churches, shops and galleries and soak in beautiful coastal views in Mahone Bay.
• 6 hours
While in Halifax, take a day trip to Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia’s premier wine and food destination whose beautiful scenery will delight you. Visit three wineries for vineyard tours and wine tastings before enjoying a gourmet lunch. Then, head to Fox Hill Cheese House and Tangled Garden to sample artisan cheeses and unique jams, mustards and chutneys. Foodies and wine lovers will love this small-group tour, led by a local guide. This small-group tour is limited to eight people, ensuring a more personalized experience.
• 8 hours
Visit the famous fishing village and lighthouse of Peggy’s Cove, enjoy a tasty lobster roll lunch overlooking a pretty inlet, and learn about the history in and around Halifax that other tours just can't offer!
• 5.5 hours
Cast off into Halifax Harbour on this dinner cruise aboard a Mississippi-style sternwheeler. Glimpse top attractions along the Northwest Arm of the harbor, including the lovely wooded landscapes of Point Pleasant Park and the Dingle, while you dine on a gourmet buffet prepared with fresh produce and the catch of the day. Admire Halifax’s waterfront while listening to light but engaging commentary on the points of interest. This 2-hour dinner cruise is an excellent prelude to a night on the town.
• 2 hours
Explore and photograph along the Eastern Shore - a truly authentic side of Nova Scotia. An experienced local photographer and tour guide will lead your small group through ramshackle fishing villages, stunning provincial parks and scenic coastal landscapes helping you to create your best shot. They'll share their favorite photo spots, provide insights on your camera and photography, and showcase archival images from Nova Scotia's unique Maritime history.
• 5 hours
Beer and wine lovers in Halifax rejoice! Spend the day learning about Nova Scotia’s wine and microbrew industries on this 7.5-hour wine- and beer-tasting tour. Accompanied by a guide, you’ll visit two wineries (Avondale Sky and Saint-Famille) and one brewery (Meander River Farm), plus a local pub for lunch. Transportation to and from downtown hotels is included, so no need to worry about driving!
• 7.5 hours
Enjoy a morning tour of Halifax as you create stunning photos of the iconic waterfront and other gems in downtown Halifax. You will get some great shots of this historic city, whether that's with your smart phone, tablet or camera. Tours are flexible, so you can go to the special events, festivals and exhibitions that make Halifax unique, while building a half-day tour specific to your interests.
• 5 hours
From Halifax, visit Peggy’s Cove, Mahone Bay and Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site noted as one of the best-preserved colonial settlements of the New World. During your overnight stay overlooking Oak Island, learn about its fascinating legends – known for more than 200 years as the ‘Money Pit,’ it’s the site of supposed buried treasures! This 2-day trip lets you experience the culture, history and beautiful scenery of Nova Scotia's South Shore.
• 2 days