12 day sample itinerary

Nova Scotia Suggested Motorhome Itinerary

The magic of Nova Scotia's maritime heritage

Famous for its stunning sweeping coasts, rocky coves, quaint lighthouses and Scottish heritage - in Nova Scotia, you are never too far from fresh sea breezes and incredible scenery.

What better way of viewing the picturesque province than heading out in your own motorhome? Renting an RV allows you to hit the road and stay in smaller, off-the-beaten-track towns and villages, allowing you to really get a flavour of what Nova Scotia is about.

Start in Halifax, a small city with a big town feel before heading south to the South Shore's small coastal villages and uncrowded beaches. Travel through the wilderness and natural wonder of Kejimkujik National Park's trails, lakes, rivers and wildlife before travelling north to Cape Breton Island. Discover the Cabot Trail, one of Canada's most beautiful drives - with rolling fields, rocky cliffs and highland scenery to be explored.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Discover rocky coves and quaint lighthouses
  • Get off the beaten track and really explore Nova Scotia landscapes by motorhome
  • Experience Halifax's thriving art and culinary scene
  • Visit Kejimkujik National Park

Sample Itinerary Summary

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12 days
Guide Price
£1,869 per person
Price based on
Based on 14 April 19 departure from London Heathrow flying with Air Canada, staying for 1 night room only in a Deluxe Room (Halifax) and 10 nights in a Large Motorhome.
Our guide price gives you an idea of pricing which will vary depending on exchange rates, accommodation, duration, dates, airline and cabin class.
Destination Breakdown
  • Halifax
    2 days
  • Lunenburg
    2 days
  • Kejimkujik National Park
    1 day
  • Digby
    1 day
  • Wolfville
    1 day
  • Pictou
    2 days
  • Cheticamp
    2 days
  • McKinnon Harbour
    1 day
Private basis, Self-Guided