Hunts Point Vacation Packages
Nova Scotia is firmly established on the tourist trail, which means getting from A to B is a breeze. Be sure leave yourself sufficient time to discover the numerous scenic and cultural wonders the region has to offer. Petit Riviere, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southwest, and Shelburne, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northeast of Hunts Point are also well worth checking out.
Nova Scotia is blessed with an interesting spiritual history; learn more at the area's most important churches. If you're on the lookout for things to do that won't wreak havoc on the budget, take a tour of Nova Scotia's numerous outdoor attractions such as farms, gardens and open-air exhibits.
If the weather is good while you are here, explore Nova Scotia's watery side. Sea kayaking and boating are just two ways the locals like to cool off here. If the ideal holiday for you includes being outside and rugging up against the cold weather, this region will be perfect. Skiing is popular here. Snowboarding is also available in the area.
Be aware, if you plan to be in Hunts Point around the 1st of July, Canada Day is celebrated then and some places may have different opening hours to normal.
At the end of your stay in Nova Scotia, don't forget that you can come again. As good hosts like to say: A visitor once, a friend from now on.
Accommodation in Hunts Point
Those spending a while longer in Hunts Point would do well to make reservations for a place to stay, as currently there isn't a wide range of Expedia-listed Hunts Point lodging options to choose from.