Attractive and nonviolent, Nova Scotia is Canada's second smallest province, a peninsula on the eastern border of the Canadian mainland. But its extensive shoreline is scattered with fishing harbors, sandy beaches, and plump islands. The landscape varies significantly, from the misty Atlantic Ocean in the southeast to the tidal salt marshes of the Bay of Fundy in the west and Gaelic highlands of Cape Breton to the north.
Situated 40 kilometers from Halifax, Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife Park makes an outstanding day tour. The park is extend over 40 hectares and is habitat to a extensive diversity of inhabitant and unusual animal species, including moose, foxes, beavers, wolves, black bears, and . Horse fanciers get note: the park is the just wildlife park in the world with horses.
A walkway lines the Halifax Harbour, leading from Pier 21 Museum and the Halifax Seaport Farmers Market in the south along to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and restaurants. Tugs, sailboats, and navy ships arrive and go, and the outlooks look out to Dartmouth across the port and Georges Island mid-channel. Close to the ferry terminal, "Historic Properties" is a collection of reinstated inheritance buildings revolved shopping and dining area.