With temperatures soaring and parts of the province feeling like 40+ degrees this week, we’ve put together our Top 5 Things To Do In Nova Scotia When It’s Too Hot Outside.
Whether you’re looking to keep cool in the yard or want to see what the province has to offer from Yarmouth to Cape Breton… here is our list!
Nova Scotia has 13,300km of coastline that is calling your name on a hot day. With many provincial beaches located along the coast and lifeguards watching over, it's a cool place to be on a hot day!
Featured is Rainbow Haven Provincial Beach.
Did you know that Moon Mist Ice Cream is uniquely Nova Scotian? You can get it and many other flavours at your local ice cream shacks across the province.
Although they don't carry Moon Mist, featured is Cow's Ice Cream on the Halifax Waterfront.
Visit your local cafe. Support local and it's a bonus if they have air conditioning. Cafe's can make many of their beverages on ice for a cool refresher.
Featured is Selby's Bunker Coffee and Gifts in Cole Harbour.
Escape to your backyard with your own homemade Slip N' Slide! All you need is a tarp or big piece of plastic. Bonus points awarded if you have a hill in your yard.
Soak the tarp or plastic with water and if you have no hill, add soap!
Take a road trip. Nova Scotia has thousand's of kilometres of highways for you to roam. So hit the open road and bring along a good playlist.
With borders closed, explore your home province this year! Featured is a road trip to Cape Breton Island.