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This day trip from Halifax introduces you to three wineries for vineyard tours and wine tastings in Annapolis Valley, an area of great scenic beauty known as Nova Scotia's premier food and wine destination. Enjoy a gourmet lunch and the chance to sample unique jams, mustards, and chutneys during this small-group tour, which is limited to eight people.
See the highlights of Halifax in a single, flexible day tour aboard a hop-on hop-off bus. You'll be able to tick all the must-see sights off of your list and focus on the attractions that interest you. Hop off whenever you like to explore further on your own at stops such as Province House, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Fairview Lawn Cemetery, the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, and others.
Make the most of your time in Nova Scotia—and discover both the bustle of Halifax and the island’s coastal scenery—on this multi-stop, private tour. Meet your guide at a time and place of your preference, and begin with a tour of Halifax: explore the Nova Scotia capital’s historical highlights, and even visit a cemetery connected with the sinking of the Titanic. Next, transfer to the pretty fishing village of Peggy’s Cove. Admire the heritage lighthouse, soak up the coastal scenery, and even enjoy a hike in the fresh air.
Oak Island is an ocean island that has had a mystery for about two hundred years. There have been numerous books written about this mystery and an American television series titled "The Curse of Oak Island". Also, the lighthouse at Peggys Cove may be the most photographed lighthouse in Canada.