Covid-19 Update

(Updated on July 27th, 2020)

 

Currently, we are accepting bookings from travellers who are already inside the Atlantic Canadian travel bubble, which includes Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. Travel restrictions for all other Canadian provinces may be lifted later this summer. Non-essential international travel is not permitted into Canada yet, and the border with the US remains closed for tourism.

 

Should you need to postpone or cancel your booking with us, you have the following options: Postponing your trip is always free of charge. You can also have your booking turned into a non-expiring voucher or gift certificate for free. Should you have to cancel, you get 90 % of your funds back, the rest covers credit card and processing fees. Please allow a few workdays for the funds to show back up in your account. In case you need to change or cancel your trip, please contact us by email (seakayak@novashores.com) and tell us which option you prefer.

 

We have implemented best practices to reduce the risk of a virus infection on our tours and at our accommodation. Social distancing and the frequent disinfection of gear and public areas are standards. Please keep your face covering handy in case social distancing cannot be maintained, for example in situations where the guide has to help adjusting your gear. As of July 31st, face coverings are mandatory during our check-in process. Wash or disinfect your hands frequently and do not touch your face. Please notify us in case you experience any symptoms of COVID-19, and abstain from taking the tour to protect others. In this case, you can turn your booking into a voucher or receive a 90 % refund right until tour start.

 

We hope to see you soon! Summer is here, and the conditions for kayaking are excellent. Let’s get out there and have some fun!

Access Road Update

(Updated on July 27th, 2020)

 

The road to the Three Sisters is partly a maintained dirt road and requires a vehicle with some clearance. Please let us know upon booking in case you require a ride with your guide to the put-in spot as seats are limited.

*Please note our office is closed from November to May. Reach us during these months by email or book online

Three Sisters
Day Tour

THE MOST POPULAR FUNDY TOUR! Explore the majestic Fundy cliffs and experience the world’s biggest tides from a kayak in the wilderness of Cape Chignecto Park. Get up close to the famous Three Sisters sea stacks, ancient lava flows and arches on this popular and exciting sea kayaking adventure.
Beginners are welcome! We offer daily departures mid-May to mid-October.

Horseshoe Cove
Family Tour

FOR FAMILIES WITH YOUNG KIDS: Short and sweet! The Horseshoe Cove paddle is perfect for fun loving families with younger kids to enjoy the incredible scenery of the Bay of Fundy in a safe and memorable way. Paddle through an arch, and explore the cove’s rugged cliffs. This sheltered Cove at stunning Cape d’Or is also our go-to spot on windy days when the day tour cannot go out.

Seal Cove
2-Day Adventure

A TOUR WITH MANY OPTIONS: See all the highlights of the day tour, and paddle further. Camp on a wild beach, watch seals, see the tides change dramatically, and enjoy the sunset and gourmet meals on this exciting overnight adventure to beautiful Seal Cove.  From here, you have all the options: paddle more, enjoy a hike to take in the views, relax on the beach … the choice is yours!

Cape Chignecto
3-Day Adventure

THE ULTIMATE SEA KAYAKING EXPERIENCE. Paddle Nova Scotia’s most stunning coastline without turning back. Explore the wild and dramatic cliffs from the water as you kayak the whole Chignecto shore. An incredible three-day tour right at the pulse of the massive Fundy tides, camping at pristine coves along the way. Enjoy gourmet meals, seal watching, exploring arches and hidden coves.

– Sea Kayak in a geological wonderland –

At the most stunning kayaking destination in Nova Scotia

Kayak on the Largest Tides on Earth!
Watch the water level change rapidly with our extreme tides that can reach up to 12 m / 40 ft vertical difference. Fascinating rock formations and incredible tides await! Explore towering red cliffs, sea stacks, arches and ancient lava flows.

Imagine yourself in the remote and pristine area of the largest and wildest provincial park in Nova Scotia, spectacular Cape Chignecto. Its rugged scenic cliffs bear evidence of the separation of the continents when Africa and North America drifted apart during the Triassic, the age of dinosaurs. Come and experience the center piece of the aspiring UNESCO Cliffs of Fundy Geopark in the best way possible – from the water!

Explore arches and rock formations with our personable, highly trained guides and get spoilt with healthy local food on a remote beach. Beginners are welcome as we are committed to supplying expertly guided sea kayaking tours to all our guests. NovaShores Adventures believes in low impact tourism where we leave no trace, especially in the sensitive preservation area surrounding the Cape Chignecto Park area of the Bay of Fundy.

New!
We now offer an exciting collaboration with the UNESCO Joggins Fossil Cliffs – The Hidden Cliffs Experience!
Yoga
The clean, salty air, soft breeze, temperate summer days and exceptional ocean energy beckon for some mindful yoga practice to melt into the surroundings and connect with yourself. We have created a world-class experience where you flow into your poses on top of the cliffs with the most stunning panoramic ocean views by a historic lighthouse. Combine this with excellent kayaking and a mouthwatering brunch, and you have our Fundy Cliffside Yoga & Kayaking experience that we only offer four times a year. 

On a more regular basis, we are offering outdoor yoga classes with a certified teacher right at our home base in Advocate Harbour.

Where to Find Us Title Located in Advocate Harbour, on the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia Save

Nova Shores

Aerial view of the Three Sisters (left) and Eatonville Harbour (right)

Nova Shores Adventures

37 School Lane
Advocate Harbour
Nova Scotia
B0M 1A0, Canada