From whale watching to wine tasting, plan your perfect trip on Canada's East Coast.

Don’t miss these exclusive ocean-to-table adventures in a coastal paradise for foodies! These experiences connect you with the freshest local flavours from land and sea, pairing wonderfully with the best from Nova Scotia’s award-winning craft breweries, distilleries, and wineries. 

Gourmet Seaside Resort Getaway, Fox Harb’r Resort, Wallace

Indulge in coastal landscapes, seafood, and local award winning wine at Fox Harb’r Resort - credit: Tourism Nova Scotia/James Ingram

Taste your way along the coast of a five-star resort in Nova Scotia. Perfect for foodies, this two-day chef-hosted adventure showcases local ingredients at exclusive dining locations, from a raw bar on a beach to a gourmet dinner nestled in Fox Harb’r Estate vineyard, and a seafood feast beside the resort lighthouse.

Take a guided culinary journey into the night sky, surfside to the stars and back at White Point Resort - credit: Tourism Nova Scotia

As the sun sets, gather around the beachside bonfire to meet your hosts and enjoy local steamed mussels and sparkling wine. Follow the boardwalk to the beach for an elegant dinner prepared tableside, and expertly paired with Nova Scotia wines. As the stars appear, walk the white-sand beach on a guided tour of the night sky with a local expert. Then indulge in a sommelier-guided blind tasting of Nova Scotia wines, followed by a decadent dessert.

Get an exclusive, hands-on wine experience at Avondale Sky Winery - credit: Tourism Nova Scotia/Scott Munn

If you’re all about crisp white wines shaped by the sea, you’ll love diving into the flavours of Nova Scotia’s exclusive Tidal Bay wine. Hosted by Avondale Sky’s winemaker, tour the vineyard and enjoy a tasting before heading behind the scenes to the wine lab to create your own signature blend. Ultimate bragging rights could be yours when the day’s winning Tidal Bay-inspired blend is served with a gourmet chef-prepared dinner made from all local ingredients.

Ocean Ceilidh & Seafood Adventure, Celtic Music Interpretive Centre, Judique

Board a lobster fishing boat for an exclusive sunset ceilidh - credit: Tourism Nova Scotia/Scott Munn

Kick up your heels to jigs and reels of bagpipers and fiddlers serenading your Cape Breton Island adventure. Dine seaside on lobster, then hop aboard a fishing boat for an exclusive ceilidh (Celtic party) at sea and local whisky tasting.

Lobster Feast & Peggy’s Cove Adventure, Oceanstone Resort, Indian Harbour

See Peggy’s Cove and get access to a private wharf for an exclusive vantage point of the village and beverages to enjoy - credit: Tourism Nova Scotia/Patrick Rojo

Check-off lots of Nova Scotia essentials, served up by your seaside resort host. Take an exclusive guided visit to Peggy’s Cove authentic fishing village and iconic lighthouse. Be introduced to local seafood experts and meet Oceanstone’s chef to select your fresh lobster for a gourmet sunset feast by the ocean! 

Fundy Tides & Fireside Adventure, Tidal Bore Rafting Resort, Urbania

Ride the tidal bore as it makes its way up the Shubenacadie River - credit: Tourism Nova Scotia

Work up an appetite during a thrilling Zodiac ride on Bay of Fundy tidal bore waves, feel the rush of mud sliding, float in waters of the world’s highest tides, and savour a sandbar wine and seafood tasting! Back on land, indulge in an authentic lobster boil followed by bonfire fun with live music and a Nova Scotia rum flight, before an overnight stay in a charming cottage.

Fundy Cliffside Yoga & Kayaking, NovaShores Adventures, Advocate Harbour

Relax and enjoy a cliff’s edge yoga session by the Cape d'Or lighthouse - credit: Tourism Nova Scotia/Patrick Rojo

Start your day with an expert-guided sea kayak tour of the colourful Bay of Fundy coastline as the world's highest tides gently roll under your kayak. Relax and enjoy a cliff’s edge yoga session by the lighthouse, then indulge in a locally-sourced gourmet brunch. A once in a lifetime experience!

Lightkeeper’s SeaFeast, The Keeper’s Kitchen, Cape Forchu

Enjoy a chef-hosted local seafood feast at Cape Forchu Lightstation from Argyler Lodge and The Red Shed - credit: Tourism Nova Scotia/Acorn Art Photography

A fishing boat is the perfect place to start your dining adventure on Yarmouth’s coast. Hear local stories, sample fresh seafood, and toast Nova Scotia wine onboard. Arrive at Cape Forchu Lightstation to savour a sunset lobster feast, Acadian songs, and a tour of the night sky.

Devour! The Vines, Le Caveau Restaurant at Domaine de Grand Pré Winery, Grand Pré

Sit down to a four-course, al fresco meal paired with Grand Pré wines at Le Caveau Restaurant - credit: Tourism Nova Scotia/Patrick Rojo

With breathtaking views of the Bay of Fundy and the Landscape of Grand Pré UNESCO World Heritage site, this intimate vineyard dinner is prepared tableside and paired with award-winning wines by two celebrated chefs. Each of the four courses features a short film curated by the Devour! Food Film Fest team. Chefs share the inspiration drawn from each film and the fresh, locally-sourced ingredients in each dish.

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