Great E.A.R.T.H.Expeditions Announces Their 9 Day Nova Scotia Adventure Tour
Lawrencetown, NS ( bizpr.us ) September 07, 2016 – Great E.A.R.T.H. Expeditions has announced details of their tour package. The nine-day tour begins with a welcome and introductory meet at their Halifax hotel and ends with a unique opportunity to experience Nova Scotia’s Gaelic culture on Cape Breton Island.
“The tour is designed as a small group experience with a maximum of 12 people. During the tour, we’ll cover some of the best and most iconic areas in Nova Scotia, including, the Bay of Fundy, Lunenburg, Cape Breton and the Annapolis Valley,” says Ryan Barry, the Owner, and Operator at Great E.A.R.T.H. Expeditions. Activities in the tour package include hiking in Cape Breton, kayaking, rafting, and more.
“We’ll cover the Cabot Trail and the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. This is a scenic drive that includes sightings of the majestic moose and other animals. We’ll also cover the Skyline trail where guests get to enjoy the panoramic view of the highlands and the Bay of St. Lawrence from roughly 1,200ft above sea level,” adds Ryan.
The tour also includes a trip to Pleasant Bay – one of the best places for whale watching in Atlantic Canada. Some of the species of whales commonly found here include the humpback, fin whale, and the minke whale. “Adventure tours to Nova Scotia are incomplete without a visit to Birds Islands where guests get to watch Atlantic puffins, gulls, bald eagles, and other maritime birds,” he adds.
About Great E.A.R.T.H. Expectations:
Great E.A.R.T.H Expectations is an adventure tour company specializing in outdoor activities including kayaking, sailing, whale- watching, and hiking in Cape Breton and other areas in Nova Scotia. They arrange a full day, half day, and four days and now a 9-day tour to help tourists explore and appreciate all Nova Scotia has to offer. They can also create custom tours that can range in length from a one day excursion from Halifax to a multi-day expedition which covers much of the province.
To know more, visit, http://www.greatearthexpeditions.com/