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Book a welcoming vacation home from $34 per night by searching through the 3,200 properties featured in Nova Scotia. By comparing these properties, HomeToGo brings you the best deals as well as the highest rated vacation homes in Nova Scotia.
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Price and Availability Index in Nova Scotia
Vacation Rental Price Information in Nova Scotia
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in Nova Scotia. $153 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. Vacation rental prices go down to $145 per night in January (1/12 - 1/19).
Rental Availability Information in Nova Scotia
Check how busy Nova Scotia is with our availability graph. The week with the least available rentals is in December (12/22 - 12/29), with only 56% of the rentals available. It will be easy to find a rental that suits you in a week of September (9/21 - 9/28), as 85% of the rentals are still available.
The Weather in Nova Scotia
Above are the weather conditions for Nova Scotia. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 77° On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
World class lobster awaits at vacation rentals in Nova Scotia Province
Whether its UNESCO attractions, world-class lobster dinners, or journeys along the famously picturesque Cabot Trail, your adventure in Nova Scotia Province starts at your comfortable vacation rental.
Fruits of the sea
Nova Scotia is arguably the world's lobster Mecca. This crazy looking crustacean is of great importance for the local communities. Visit Hall's Lobster Pound in Hall's Harbor and watch the live lobsters wandering along the wharves awaiting cooking.
The best place to come for a slap up lobster supper is the Shore Club which has been serving the speciality for almost 80 years, but it's available throughout the province.
There are a total of five UNESCO protected sites to discover in Nova Scotia. The Bay of Fundy features a dyke system constructed by Acadian pioneers in the 17th century. Next on your cultural tour of the region is Old Town Lunenbug, a colorful maritime center where lobsters and distilleries are plentiful.
Scientists are enthralled by the Joggins Fossil Cliffs which bear the imprints of life dating back more than 300 million years. Round off your travels at the Bras d'Or Lake and Southwest Nova Scotia Biosphere Reserves. The latter features a dark sky zone where the night sky is illuminated by distant galaxies.
Whale watching off the Nova Scotia coast is unforgettable. The thwack as the vast tails of one of 12 whale species hit the water just feet from your boat will give you goosebumps. You'll also spot a huge variety of seabirds on your tour and hear a live commentary, complete with local maritime lore.
Follow the famous Cabot Trail, a 186 mile stretch of road with spectacular views of the ocean and infinite possibilities for outdoor adventures. Go kayaking at Ingonish Beach and Freshwater Lake, or in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. There are also numerous cycling tracks, and the superb coastal road is beloved by motorcyclists too.
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