Western Shore Vacations
Western Shore is 110 miles (177 kilometers) from Moncton, a an important city in Canada.
Holidaying in this popular part of Canada can be an adventure, so be sure to go on a little road trip and explore a couple of the other charming population centers dotted around Western Shore. If you'd like to find even more things to see and do, check out the Kinsmen Field and DesBrisay Museum in the vicinity of Bridgewater, which you'll find roughly 15 miles (24 kilometers) to the northeast of Western Shore.
Grab some transportation and head out to Halifax, a major city for the region, located 35 miles (56 kilometers) away from Western Shore. The city has a range of attractions, for example Hemlock Ravine Park, OneLight Theatre and Royal Artillery Park. Fort Needham Memorial Park, Pier 21 National Historic Site and St. Mary's University are just a sample of the other interesting attractions on offer here.
The most rewarding places for tourists to visit when they discover a new town are the ones that offer a window into the local culture. Don't miss Nova Scotia's theaters, history museums and nature museums. If you ask residents their favorite places to see, more often than not they'll point to Nova Scotia's ever-popular gardens, farms and open-air exhibits.
When it is time to relax, try out cycling or wildlife watching. Nova Scotia offers loads of exciting ways to enjoy the great outdoors. Those with a love of adventure can enquire about one of the tobogganing or mountain climbing tours available here.
Keep in mind, travel is one of the few things that you can buy that can make you wealthier. Your time in Western Shore will leave you with memories you'll be sure to treasure for years to come.