An aerial view of the world-famous Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island.

Destination Nova Scotia: Camping on the Cabot Trail

Nova Scotia is known as an outdoor enthusiast’s playground. From whale watching on Cape Breton’s coast to discovering waterfalls while hiking, the adventures are endless, especially for those who book their stay at Cabot Shores. One of the most memorable adventures you can enjoy in Nova Scotia is camping along the Cabot Trail.

Red Island Beach

The Red Island Trail: Perfect for Swimming, Family Walks, and Trail Running

The Red Island Trail is a close-to-home trail located about 3km from Cabot Shores. Only 4km in length and set up as a loop, Red Island Trail is easy to access, marked with a large entrance sign beside St. Ann’s United Church and Community Centre.  Wonderfully accessible, the path is wide enough to walk side …

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overcast view of cape

Hiking the Middle Head Trail at Cape Breton Highlands National Park

About Middle Head Trail The Middle Head Trail located within the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, follows a long and narrow peninsula separated by two ocean bays, ending on cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. There are plenty of opportunities to see seabirds, seals, and eagles! If you don’t have time to commit to a full …

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A beautiful vista of the Atlantic Ocean as seen from Cape Breton Island.

Exploring Nova Scotia | Things to Do in Cape Breton

With its craggy cliff sides, captivating waterfalls, and beloved Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island is quite possibly Nova Scotia’s most picturesque and alluring vacation spot. Add to that a rich history, deep-rooted societal relevance, and world-class outdoor recreation opportunities along the Atlantic Ocean and in the mountainous Highlands, and Cape Breton is the ideal destination …

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A young pair of newlyweds share a loving embrace aboard a rowboat during their Canada honeymoon on Cape Breton Island.

Canada Honeymoon: A Romantic Getaway in Nova Scotia

Now that we’ve passed some of the most romantic holidays, like Christmas, New Years’, and Valentine’s Day, there is a good chance that many people have become engaged over the last few months. It’s never too early to begin your wedding planning, and honeymoons are undoubtedly an integral aspect of the marriage equation.