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Picturesque Baddeck, Nova Scotia, sits on the shores of beautiful Bras d'Or Lake on Cape Breton Island. In town, the yacht club is the focal point for cruises on the lake, while other attractions include the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, Gaelic College of Celtic Arts & Crafts, world-class golf, eclectic shops, magnificent seafood, and the Wagmatcook Culture & Heritage Centre. But Baddeck is perhaps most well known as the starting point of the famed Cabot Trail, which winds past charming communities and through the rugged highlands of Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Popular activities include hiking, kayaking, fishing, whale watching, horseback riding, and wildlife spotting, which may reveal black bears, moose, bald eagles, puffins, and seabirds.
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Nothing says "scallops" like the town of Digby, Nova Scotia. An active fishing community and known as the "Scallop Capital of the World," Digby is a great hub for a variety of activities, including some of North America's best whale watching; the Evangeline Trail along the Fundy coast, which passes some of North America's earliest European forts, farms, and fishing villages; Port Royal, the first permanent European settlement in Canada; and a lively historic waterfront area lined with shops, cafés, and the Admiral Digby Museum.
For more than 250 years, lively Halifax on the eastern coast of Nova Scotia has attracted visitors from around the world. With one of the world's great natural harbors, it was a British military outpost in the 18th century, and the entry point for Europeans immigrating to Canada. Halifax's main landmarks include the Halifax Citadel, a historic fort overlooking the city; the National Immigration Museum, Canada's equivalent of Ellis Island; St. Matthew's Church and St. Paul's Church, two of the oldest churches in Canada; and the Georgian-style Province House, home to the country's oldest provincial legislature. Nearby are stunning beaches, beautiful St. Margaret's Bay, and world-famous Peggy's Cove with its rocky granite cliffs and historic lighthouse.
Liz is a fifth generation Haligonian. In addition to serving as the Local Host for Monograms, she is also the Lead Representative in Halifax for the Globus family of brands. Prior to being Lead Representative, Liz was a Tour Director. She looks forward to hosting you in Halifax.
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