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To explore the

Fundy Shore &

Annapolis Valley

on a Nova Scotia Road Trip

Land of Orchards, Vineyards and the World's Highest Tides.

and ADVENTURE awaits!

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                                 Parrsboro Lighthouse

This book will have you organized for a road trip

full of memories! 

If you fly into Halifax and rent a car or

drive your own vehicle,

Nova Scotia has plenty

to see and do.

With its scenic routes, and sandy beaches, historical sites and

rocky coastline

A great picture is just waiting

to be taken!

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$50 value,  yours for $22


Most Common Travel Concerns:

  • Getting Lost
  • Being unprepared

  • What to see

All Nova Scotia Road Trip books

help to answer all these travel concerns.


Included in this eBook

  • Sights to See

  • Many Colorful Pictures

  • Directions

  • Rest Stops

  • Road Maps

  • Travel Tips

  • Fun Facts

  • Planning routes done for you

The Guesswork and Hours of pre-planning are done for you!

Just make a few reservations, gas up the car or book a flight to enjoy

"Exploring the Fundy Shore and Annapolis Valley"

The 7 Most Popular Nova Scotia attractions and what to see in between are in my recently published e-Books

  • the Epic Nova Scotia Road Trip 

  • Nova Scotia Day Tripping

Featuring colorful photos, maps and many tips... leaving you ready for Adventure!

The Fundy Shore is best known for-

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World's Highest Tides
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Annapolis Valley
Annapolis Valley
Fundy Shore

The Annapolis Valley Is FULL of miles and miles apple orchards. Pack a picnic lunch and visit a U-pick in the fall for a great family activity.

Explore and taste local award-winning wines. The Annapolis Valley is proud to boast many vineyards. One actually has an English Phone Box on its property!

Nova Scotia is home to the highest tides in the World. In the Bay of Fundy, the tides can reach as tall as 53 feet as 160 billion tons of water flow in and out of the bay every 12 hours.

Meet Your Guide

Why I wrote this book...

I'm Val Helmond- I was born and raised in Nova Scotia, namely Truro. I love exploring many areas of the province. After experiencing the pandemic, I feel now is the time to develop this idea, for a book.

So get packed and set aside 10 days

(or more) to travel to this one-of-a-kind fun-loving province,

I call Home.

Val Helmond ~   Author/Digital Creator

We are all over due for a Road Trip,

let alone an Epic one!

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John H. Peterborough ON

"A Nova Scotia Road Trip, is a great drive. I enjoyed exploring the Annapolis Valley"


Ken B. Cavan ON

"...This province is my favourite place, the exploring never ends..."

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                    Digby, NS

Have questions?
We have an Answer!

  • What is the weather like in Nova Scotia from June to September?

Summer temperatures are pleasant from 20- 23 degrees Celsius (67-74 degrees Fahrenhiet). 30-32 degrees Celsius are rare. Fog  is frequent along the coasts.

  • Are their toll highways?

Yes, a section of Hwy 104, known as

the Cobequid Pass

Fee- $4.00

  • Are their toll bridges?

Yes, in Halifax

1.25 cash

no interact or tap at toll

Burntcoat, NS

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