Snow Lovers: Take A Trip To Nova Scotia, Canada! 🇨🇦
Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s three Maritime provinces that make up Atlantic Canada. First stop is always its capital Halifax, wrapped by the ocean.
Its Harbour and Waterfront is home to one of the largest piers in the world, nearly 4kms long. Flock here for knee deep snow & ice cream in the cold!
Next stop for snow covered views is Halifax Citadel or Citadel Hill. At mid-day, visitors can see the firing of the noon gun - a tradition since 1857.
Spend snowy evenings curled up with a good book at Halifax’s Central Library! It houses a 300-seat auditorium with views facing the snowy city.
Make your way to North America’s oldest & continuously running market - Halifax Seaport Farmer’s Market for amazing poutine and tasty lobster rolls!
Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse and Village is also one of Canada’s most photographed spots. Built in 1815, it is surrounded by rogue waves & sparkling rocks.
Perhaps Canada’s prettiest snowy view is visible from this bench in Mahone Bay. With colourful houses and glacier lakes, it is a sight to behold.
Mahone Bay is part of picturesque Lunenburg, port town on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Lunenburg’s streets are lined with shops and restaurants that blend with the well-preserved and colourfully painted historic homes. Look, how pretty!
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