(Updated on July 20th, 2021)
We are open daily for the 2021 season!
Currently, we are accepting bookings from people who are already in Atlantic Canada (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI or Newfoundland and Labrador), as well as guests from outside of those provinces and the US who are aware of the Nova Scotia entry requirements: Travelling from outside Atlantic Canada, you will need to complete the Nova Scotia Safe Check-In Form.
Depending on your vaccination status, you may be required to self-isolate:
– Fully vaccinated travellers who had their last vaccine dose at least 14 days before entering Nova Scotia do not need to self-isolate. Testing is recommended.
– Partially vaccinated travellers who had their first dose of two at least 14 days before entering Nova Scotia must self-isolate for 7 days and receive 2 negative test results in order to leave self-isolation.
– People who are not vaccinated or who received one dose of two less than 14 days prior to arriving to Nova Scotia, must self-isolate for 14 days. Testing is recommended at the beginning and at the end of self-isolation.
The Canadian border will open to fully vaccinated US travellers on August 9th, 2021. On September 7th, it is expected that fully vaccinated travellers from other countries can enter Canada without having to self-isolate. Learn more
Beginners are welcome! We offer daily departures mid-May to mid-October.
NEW IN 2022: Paddle boarding is so much fun! You can sit, kneel, do yoga moves, and, well, stand up! This sheltered Cove at stunning Cape d’Or is perfect for it. On this hour-long guided tour, find your balance, paddle through an arch, and explore the cove’s rugged cliffs. Beginners are welcome, and adults have the option to take smaller kids onto their board for a ride.
– sea Kayak in a geological wonderland –
At the most stunning sea kayaking destination in Nova Scotia
Kayak Nova Scotia 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 UNESCO Cliffs of Fundy Geopark in the best way possible – from the water!
Kayak Nova Scotia and explore arches and rock formations with our personable, highly trained guides. Then 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.