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Nova Scotia Walking: Exploring the South Shore Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley
|from $2,298* per person||6 Days||July-September|
|Boutique accommodations||Exertion level: 4|
|Operator: Backroads||20 people max|
- Halifax, nova scotia ,canada
- Active & Adventure trips
- Peaceful rambles on country and coastal lanes, past weathered lighthouses and colorful fishing villages
- Stroll on one of Nova Scotia's well-kept secrets, an old coastal cart path
- Explore World Heritage-status Lunenburg
- Succulent lobster and Domaine de Grand Pré wines
- Cruise to the "Ovens," fascinating sea caves along the Atlantic coastline
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Day 1 Peaceful rambles on shoreline paths and granite outcroppings Hike by Crystal Crescent Beach on a local's trek with spectacular views of Sambro Harbour and the coast.
Day 2 White-sand beaches and historic fishing hamlets Coastal tundra forests, salt marshes and bogs, and pristine seashore: Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct has it all Like catching rays? Harbor seals do too - see them sunning at Harbour Rocks.
Day 3 World Heritage-status Lunenburg, an 18th-century seafaring town and "the best surviving example of a planned British colonial settlement in North America" Stroll on one of Nova Scotia's well-kept secrets, a century-old coastal cart path Passing tiny coves and beaches, keep an eye out for sandpipers, gulls, ducks and geese.
Days 4-6 Succulent lobster and Domaine de Grand Pré wines A section of the Trans-Canada trail system leads us to the postcard-perfect town of Mahone Bay Cruise to the Ovens, fascinating sea caves along the Atlantic coastline Walk along Cape Split and emerge from a violet-carpeted forest onto a bluff with views of the wild Bay of Fundy, home of the world's highest tides Domaine de Grand Pré winery invites us for a tour, tasting and dinner Hike along a historic dyke system to the Grand Pré National Historic Site.