Nova Scotia welcomes new attractions for 2024 

Nova Scotia welcomes new attractions for 2024 

Nova Scotia is set to open a host of new attractions for 2024. 

New attractions include the Hydrothermal Spa at Oceanstone Resort. Guests can find outdoor showers, two vitality pools, a salt-inhalation hammam, an Artic plunge pool and an aromatherapy sauna. A Kneipp river walk is open seasonally, too. 

Two geodesic domes, located on Cape Sable Island, offer kayaking and stand-up paddleboards, as well as fresh seafood. Lobsters can be purchased locally and prepared on request.

The Congrès Mondial Acadian 2024, which is a guided exploration of 18th century Acadian history, will take place from August 18-24. Highlights include a multimedia presentation, Victorian garden and Memorial Church.

Halifax will see its first ROCKWOOL Canada Sail Grand Prix from June 1-2. Team Canada, driven by Phil Robertson, will go head-to-head with nine Sail GP national teams on Halifax Harbour.

WestJet is set to launch direct flights between Edinburgh and Halifax for the first time. The airline is also adding a Toronto service and resuming its Calgary route.


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