National Geographic Traveller (UK)
ADAM’S TOP THREE: OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
The world-famous Cabot Trail is a 185-mile drive that loops around Cape Breton’s highlands and travels through the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. It’s one of the world’s best road trips.
WHALE-WATCHING ON BRIER ISLAND
On the western edge of Nova Scotia, Brier Island’s Bay of Fundy is best known for having the world’s highest tides, but its biggest draw is the dozens of whales that call it home, including the elusive right whale.
TIDAL BORE RAFTING ON THE SHUBENACADIE RIVER
Nova Scotia is the only place in Canada where you can try tidal bore rafting. When the tide comes rushing in, waves up to 16ft high can form on the usually calm river. This isn’t your typical whitewater rafting experience!