Nova Scotia Travel Guides
Super useful and totally free travel guides to Nova Scotia
Why We Love Nova Scotia – Nova Scotia is the perfect place to unwind and visit Canada off the beaten path. From whale watching to mud river rafting to taking a road trip around Nova Scotia, there is plenty of adventure too. Whatever you do, you’re sure to love exploring Nova Scotia.
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Nova Scotia Travel Advice
🗓️ Best Time to Visit
There is a definite charm to visiting Nova Scotia in the winter, as it is achingly beautiful and delightfully low-key during this season. However, most people will probably want to come during the months of June to October as you will find everything open, and the roads are dry. Obviously, October has cooler weather, but the payoff is a breathtaking fall color display.
Nova Scotia is generally safe to travel, but you should check the latest public health situation before visiting Nova Scotia. Travel Lemming encourages you to avoid international travel until such time as local public health authorities in both your country and your destination advise that travel is safe for you and the communities you will visit.
🤓 Facts & Info
- Population – 975,000
- Capital – Halifax
- Currency – Canadian Dollar ($1 = 1.27 CAD)
- Language – English
- Plugs – Type B, 110-120V.
- Country – Canada
💵 Budgeting & Money
In general, Nova Scotia is a moderately expensive destination to visit. Credit cards are widely accepted, though some places operate on a cash-only basis. ATMs are widely available.
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