From $1,756.00 CAD

About Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia

​Welcome to Nova Scotia! Hit the road aboard your RV to discover this seaside region and its kilometres of coast, its fishing villages and lighthouses, as well as its beaches and the untamed scenery of Cape Breton.

This long and thin peninsula has played key historical roles thanks to his geographical situation. Discover the symbolic and historical site of Grand-Pré, bursting with Acadian culture, as well as the fortress of Louisbourg. With so many sites, the province is a cultural mosaic (Celtic, Acadian, Aboriginal…) filled with spectacular open spaces giving way to the sea.

Prices in August 2021, starting at $1756 pp

Offered by;


  • Round-trip flights to Halifax (if flight and hotel option selected)
  • First night accommodation in a 3-star hotel near the airport
  • Transfer from hotel to RV rental center
  • RV rental for 7 nights (includes 1600km, pick-up between 1 p.m. - 4 p.m., 2nd driver, amenity kits and lawn chairs)
  • The last night of camping is next to the rental centre (3 services provided)
  • Transfer from RV rental centre to airport
  • Earn Aeroplan® points

RV Experiences

Opt for total freedom with nomadic adventures along Canada's most scenic routes, setting up camp when and where you want!

Take on our most unique Canadian road trips with packages that include:

  • Round-trip flight with Air Canada
  • First night hotel accommodation
  • Transfers (from hotel to rental office and from rental office to airport)
  • RV rental for 7 nights (1,600 km, early pick-up between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m., 2nd driver, convenience kit, lawn chairs, and more!)
  • Last night in a campground near the rental office (3 services included)

Day 1

Fly to Halifax

Arrival in Halifax and transfer to the hotel. The provincial capital is brimming with historical and architectural treasures. First inhabited by the aboriginal Micmacs, who named the territory “Chebicto” (biggest port), Halifax is built around the second greatest natural port in the world. The city feels as if it stands at the edge of the world. Make sure to visit the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and its remains of the Titanic. Most of the population has Scottish or English roots, Halifax being the city with the greatest number of pubs per capita. The Canadian Museum of Immigration offers a superb and interactive exhibit that recounts the lives of immigrants in the early 20th century. The Citadel, a star-shaped fortress built by the British in 1856, is a national historical site overlooking the city. Colourful homes, public gardens, the beautiful shops of the Historic Properties market mall and the boardwalk are all hallmarks of the city. And activities abound! Why not hop on a cruise or a kayak?

Days 2 to 7

Discover Nova Scotia

Follow the coast west to reach Peggy's Cove, known for its historical lighthouse built in 1868 on a granite block. It has inspired painters and photographers since the 19th century — why not try and take the best photo possible?

Follow the Lighthouse Route to reach Mahone Bay and its three neighbouring churches facing the sea. Lunenburg, a UNESCO world heritage site, is a charming fishing village and a true Nova Scotia wonder. Visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic for a taste of the fisher lifestyle. Its naval shipyard is where the schooner Bluenose II, a true Canadian symbol, was built in 1921.

Then, either head north to the Bay of Fundy or keep driving west along the Acadian coast.

Make way to Annapolis Royal, a splendid town of Victorian homes where you can go for a riverside stroll. Old capital of the province, Annapolis Royal was also once the capital of French Acadia back when its name was Port Royal. These are historical Acadian lands, and where the first European settlers lived. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Grand Pré commemorates the Great Upheaval of 1755, during which more than 10,000 Acadians were expelled out of the country. This poignant visit pays homage to the Acadian people.

Follow the coast towards Cap Split, where you'll overlook the Bay of Fundy and witness the world's highest tides. Wolfville is a village amidst the vineyards of the Annapolis Valley with a charming Victorian ambience. It is also the academic centre of the region. Award-winning wines like the AOP Acadie Blanc and the Tidal Bay are a sure source of delight for your palate.

The coast off of the Bay of Fundy is home to splendid landscapes like the Chignecto isthmus land ridge that links Nova Scotia to the Canadian continent. The scenery is wild and not very crowded. Go for a hike that'll make you feel all alone in the world.

The scenic Glooscap Trail is worth the trip thanks to its reddish landscapes and fishing villages. Let the breathtaking views of the bay surprise you! Head to Minas Basin, where you can walk on the ocean floor and see its renowned tidal bore and landscapes, all results of the area's great tides. Parrsboro is a renowned tidal observation site and the home of a myriad surreal photos. For great trails worthy of a superb natural site, Five Islands Provincial Park is just around the corner.

Further north, hit the Sunrise Trail towards Cape Breton Island, located on the Northumberland Strait. There you’’ll find beautiful beaches, warm waters and charming fishing villages. Make sure you stop by Pictou, where lobster is king and is easily sampled in all its delectable forms. It's also the landing site of the first Scottish settlers, who set their ship, the Hector, to shore in 1773.

Head to Port Hastings, your entryway to the natural jewel filled with stunning vistas known as Cape Breton Island. Let the scenic roads take you around the island, stopping by Port Hood for a dip in its warm waters. Head in Acadian lands to the charming village of Cheticamp and its craft shops. Consider hopping aboard a whale-watching cruise while you're there! Cheticamp is also neighbour to the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, where forests, streams and lakes shape the land. For your best photo op yet, head to Skyline Trail, which is at its best around sunset. Additionally, Cabot Trail is considered, with reason, one of the most beautiful roads in the world. Reach the end of Cabot Trail to find beautiful Baddeck on the shores of Bras d'Or Lake. There you'll find the summer residence of one Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, and an excellent area to spot bald eagles.

The Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site is the most important historical reconstitution in North America. Louisbourg, in true historical city fashion, will take you back in time with its authentic buildings and architecture. Take part in proposed activities like musket shooting or folk dancing. Follow the coast westward to visit Acadian lands.

The Acadian Coast and Yarmouth are your go-to for total immersion in Acadian culture. From Luneburg, follow the coast to Pubnico and visit the Village Historique Acadien. Delve into the daily life of Nova Scotia's francophone population from the 17th to the 19th century. Nearby Yarmouth, meanwhile, is one of the most lively ports of the province. Take part in activities that'll let you enjoy the sea like never before. Seasonal visits to Cap Fourchu's lighthouse are a must and come with breathtaking views.

Sticking close to the shoreline will take you to St. Mary's Bay, rooted in Acadian history going as far back as the 17th century. Make sure to visit St. Mary's Church, the oldest wooden church in North America.

Head inland on the west side of the province to reach Kejimbujik National Park. Once home of the indigenous Mi'kmaqs, the park is nowadays filled with trails where one can admire petroglyphs and stone engravings.

Day 8

Return to Halifax

Head back to Halifax and stay at the camping site near the rental centre.

Day 9

Fly Home

Drop your RV off at the rental centre and board your flight home.


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