Whycocomagh Vacations

Whycocomagh is in Nova Scotia, an area known for its wonderful beaches, forests and rivers.

Whycocomagh is approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Cape Breton Island, a an important city in Canada.

This part of Canada is visited by people from all over the world. To find out why rent a car and discover the other interesting attractions around Whycocomagh. Two examples of places in the vicinity of Whycocomagh are West Bay, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the north, and Baddeck, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest.

Around 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast of Whycocomagh is Baddeck, a regional center where you'll find Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, Gaelic College of Celtic Arts and Crafts and Uisage Ban Falls Provincial Park. Gilbert H. Grosvenor Hall, Bell Bay Golf Club and Kidston Island Lighthouse are other good spots to visit.

Take a trip to Nova Scotia's nature museums, history museums and art galleries. These are excellent spots to hang out, especially when the weather is unpleasant. A surefire way to really understand an area is by exploring its past. Make the time to visit the old towns while you are here.

This spot has some great places for sea kayaking, so make sure you leave room in your schedule to fit it in. Boating is another popular activity here. Why don't you have a go at some winter activities while you are in this interesting region? Snow shoeing is a popular pastime. Another one is snowboarding.

As the sun sets on your vacation in Whycocomagh, there's a good chance you'll catch yourself making plans to return to this very special destination.


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