Get Ready for East Coast
FUN, CHARM AND ADVENTURE
Cape Breton is known as the most musical, adventurous and panoramic!
Nova Scotia awaits your arrival.
Explore Canada's Musical Coast
the most popular Scenic Drive!
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, sandy beaches, historical sites and
A great picture is waiting to be taken!
Yours for $22.00, $50.00 value.
Most Common Travel Concerns
What to see
Nova Scotia Road Trip Books
help to answer these concerns
Included in this book...
sights to see
planning routes done for you
Cape Breton is best known for...
National Historic Site
Fortress Louisbourg is one of the 4
Historical Sites on Cape Breton island.
Traditional style is well preserved
in Cape Breton. Ceilidhs are a popular attraction for tourists. This fiddle, know as the "big fiddle" can be found on the Sydney Waterfront.
Canada's most famous drive.
Cape Breton Tartan
In 1907, Lillian Crewe Walsh wrote a poem in praise of the Island. The colour scheme was based from the poem, designed by Elizabeth Grant in 1957.
Why I wrote this Book ...
I am Val Helmond, born and raised in Nova Scotia, namely Truro. I enjoy exploring many areas of the province and with the pandemic finally feeling over, I feel now is the time to develop this idea for a book.
We are all overdue for a
Road Trip, let alone an epic one !
So get packed and set aside 10 days
(or more) to travel to this
one-of-a-kind province, I call Home.
John H. Peterborough ON
"Found myself at a fun Kitchen Ceilidh."
Betty F. Enfield, NS
"Delightful Drive on the Cabot Trail, I took so many pictures!"
What Others are Saying...
Are their Toll Highways?
Yes, part of the Hwy 104, known as the Cobequid Pass.
We have an Answer!
What is the weather like between June and September?
Summer temperatures are pleasant between 20-23 degrees Celsius ( 67-74 degrees Fahrenheit).
30-32 degrees Celsius is rare. Fog is frequent along the coasts.
Are their Toll Bridges?
Yes, in Halifax
Fee- $1.25 cash
No credit card or tap at toll.