Expert Travel Advice to Nova Scotia

Top Answers To Nova Scotia Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Hi Joe, each season has something special to offer in this part of the world, though sticking with the present, fall is definitely a magical time to visit. You might want to consider the towns of Sydney or Baddeck on Cape Breton, each with their own charm, plus on the doorstep of the famous Cabot Trail, which explodes with autumnal colors. Great for hiking, plus you can easily indulge your passion for fishing on Cape Breton.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Being from Nova Scotia I would recommend summer or fall. Weather is really unpredictable year round but much more likely to hit good weather in summer or fall. It is beautiful any time of year but its at its best at these 2 times. July is also usually better than August. In recent years though with global warming temps are all over the board. You won't find a prettier place or nicer people with the possible exception of PEI.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    These days you need a valid passport or passport card to get back into the U.S. from Canada. More info at: http://travel.state.gov/travel/cbpmc/cbpmc_2223.html.
  • Alistair answered:
    The Nova Scotia tourism website has a nifty tool that allows you to search for accommodation in regions including Cape Breton based on trip timing and whether properties are pet-friendly. Here's a link: http://www.novascotia.com/en/home/accommodations/default.aspx. From a quick search, I can see that Wreck Cove's Wilderness Cabins or the Margaree Harbour View Inn B&B are open year-round and welcome pets. You should probably call the property just to confirm details about their pet policy, as there may be extra fees involved. Have a great trip. Have just added Cape Breton to my bucket list after having researched this answer, so thanks!

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