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Halifax - Oh Canada

Join us on this full day tour as we discover and explore “Our Home and Native Land”, sampling a variety of uniquely Canadian specialities and visiting famed Acadian Maple for syrup and more.

  • Visit the UNESCO town of Lunenburg
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch on Nova Scotia’s south shore
  • Discover picturesque Peggy’s Cove
  • Sample the traditional and unique Nova Scotia maple syrup
  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: Easy - suitable for most people

  • Duration

    7 hours

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  • From

    162 €

  • Please note

    Warm, layered clothing and closed-toe walking shoes are recommended

Halifax is one of the most urbane and sophisticated cities in Eastern Canada, one that gracefully combines modern skyscrapers alongside historic colonial buildings.

During this excursion you will have the opportunity to experience true Canadian specialities like blueberries, Christmas Trees, the Bluenose, RCMP, lobster and Tim Horton’s to name just a few. Hear the riveting story of the Halifax Explosion and why a huge Spruce tree is given to Boston every year as a thank you from its people!

Learn about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the Royal Canadian Naval dockyards and how we are linked to the British Monarchy. See the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site perched high above the capital with 360 degree views, see the Historic Properties, the Victorian Public Gardens and Province House as you journey through the city.

Visits will be made to two outstanding villages, the famed Peggy’s Cove with its 30,000+ glacial rock deposits and the UNESCO town of Lunenburg, world renowned as the home of the famous sailing schooner Bluenose. Take home a commemorative coin with an engraving of the Bluenose as a keepsake of your trip.

A highlight of this tour will include a visit to the Acadian Maple facility where their specialty is pure Nova Scotia maple syrup and other maple delicacies. Started as a hobby, Acadian Maple has grown to become a flourishing business providing locals and visitors alike an array of delicious maple products from BBQ sauce to candies and everything in between. A lunch of local haddock is also included on this south shore adventure.

Practical information:

  • Duration: 7 hours 
  • Language: English
  • Included: Lunch and tea/coffee
  • Requirements: Warm, layered clothing and closed-toe walking shoes are recommended
  • Walking information: The ground cover at all stops can consist of beaten pathways, inclines, stairs, cement sidewalks, gravel and grassy areas.
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users
  • Max. participants: 50