The Canada Showcase, the largest Canadian trade show ever held in Europe, begins in ten days. A good reason to check out what’s currently happening in Ahornland. This time: Atlantic Provinces. Additional tips will be available at Counter Place from November 14.
Enjoy Atlantic Canada and other regions live
Nova Scotia: Glamping and Beacons
In Kejimkujik National Park Nova Scotia has two new glamping options: stay overnight in authentic tents or oasis pods, teardrop-shaped tree houses. And lighthouse fans can get excited about the reopening Cape Fort Lighthouse Near Yarmouth. In addition to the magnificent panoramic view, visitors can enjoy a historical tour or gaze at the starry sky.
Nova Scotia is also a prime example of a fall vacation – as many places in Canada look to extend the season, travel time becomes more important. In the fall, Atlantic County boasts lush colors that rival New England, farmers markets, U-Picks (pick your own fruits and vegetables), maple syrup tastings and wine tastings in one of North America’s oldest growing regions.
New Brunswick: Night Paddle and Cultural Edge
Kayaking and Art Are One of the Highlights of the Year in New Brunswick: Baymount Outdoor Adventures Now Offers Night Kayaking Hopewell Rocks – A two-hour evening paddle around the rock formation in the Bay of Fundy, also known as “Flowerpot Rock”, known for its extreme wave range of up to 16 metres.
Culture enthusiasts flock to the New Harrison McCain Pavilion at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery Fredericton At their expense: The extension will bring the gallery’s international art collection spanning six centuries to greater advantage.
Newfoundland and Labrador: Road Trip and Return
The longest stretch has been unpaved for over a year Trans-Labrador Highway Asphalt: The 1,150-kilometre stretch between western Labrador and Belle Isle Strait, whose construction began 40 years ago, is now easily accessible to vacationers.
And “Come From Away” celebrated a special kind of comeback this year in Newfoundland and Labrador: the well-known Broadway musical about the nearly 6,600 passengers who died on Sept. 11, 2001. Gander Stranded, will now be performed at its place of operation – Cantor.
Prince Edward Island: History and Relaxation
There’s also a lot going on in the smallest province, Prince Edward Island: this is what happened Charlottetown Province House National Historic Site has reopened after an eight-year (!) renovation. The capital’s landmark was the site of the Charlottetown Convention in 1864, where delegates from several provinces laid the groundwork for the founding of Canada three years later.
And in a beautiful way St Peter’s Harbour The Nordic Spa and Resort debuts: Guests have 17 accommodations with water views – and several Nordic spa treatments such as Thermal Experience, whose hot-cold alternating baths promise total relaxation.
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