Bald Eagle Flying Near Cabot Shores

Why Stay Longer at Cabot Shores: 4 Unique Experiences

Many visitors to Cape Breton realize too late that they would like to extend their stay.  There’s so much to do and also Cape Breton/Cabot Shores is a peaceful, safe place to be, even during a worldwide pandemic.  In 2019, Travel + Leisure awarded Cape Breton Island the best island in Canada. For some, we …

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November Newsletter

Greetings! We have had an incredible fall season here in Cape Breton. The weather has been very mild, with an abundant apple harvest for cider making, amazing fall foliage, and lots of wonderful guests from all over the world. Please read below to see what we’ve been up to, and what’s coming up next!   ~Shambhala Harvest …

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Family Retreat – Action and Peace & Quiet!

Mums and Dads and kids spent the weekend exploring the many delights that Cabot Shores has to offer with an action… and stillness… packed schedule. After yummy self serve breakfasts, which catered admirably for everyone’s different preferences for getting up – early or a bit later, the morning offered the grown-ups the peaceful opportunity for …

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Basic Health

Have you ever participated in a hike, a yoga class, or taken a run, starting out feeling low-energy and a bit dispirited, only find yourself full of energy and clear-minded after the activity…..? …..And wondered, where did this new-found energy and clear mind come from? Certainly not from outside.  Somehow you discovered it inside of …

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Road Scholar: Culture & Outdoor Adventure on Cape Breton Island

A group of Road Scholars gathered for a series of June of Adventures
at Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.  This was
followed by an Intergenerational Program in July.  In September and October, two
more sessions will be at Cabot Shores.
 
For the June retreat, the Road Scholars  hiked to waterfalls and along the Atlantic; had guided experiences
in native Mi’kmaq and Gaelic culture; heard and made live music; ate
local lobster and wood-fired pizza; did Qi Gong and laughing yoga, and learned about the
local wildlife, both from land and on a trip to the Bird Islands, led by
experienced local guides and […]