A curated guide to tourism that is creating a better more vibrant WORLD
Sandra Phinney has written for over 70 publications, penned four books, and contributed to several travel guides. The award-winning author and photographer lives off the grid on the Tusket River in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, with her husband, Barrie MacGregor. Sandra loves to celebrate people and place; she also enjoys teaching and gives writing workshops on various topics including memoir and travel writing. In her spare time, she teaches Tai Chi and does wilderness canoeing.
The delightful homegrown tourism of Jakes Hotel and Treasure Beach, Jamaica uniquely connects travellers to the beauty of people and place, nourishes the soul and is key to maintaining a thriving local culture and community.
Argyle NS - Quaint fishing villages, rich French infused history and culture, exploring life and flavours of the sea with Tusket Island Tours, stargazing and the beauty, cozy comfort, culinary delights and kitchen parties at Argyler Lodge. These are some of our favourite things.
White Point is a historic oceanfront resort on 1km of white sand beach in Nova Scotia, Canada. This iconic family summer vacation spot sits within the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve and partners with locals and guests in celebrating natural and cultural heritage.
Yarmouth Seafood and Wine Extravaganza presents 2019 Cultural Exchange - Jamaica, September 7 & 8, welcoming chefs and tourism operators from the sustainable community-based tourism destination of Treasure Beach. Celebrations continue in Jamaica October 19-21 at Jakes Hotel.
An enchanting weekend getaway on Prince Edward Island for those who love fresh oysters and appreciating nature. Start with a tour and tasting at Valley Pearl Oysters followed by stargazing in an outdoor hot tub and a cozy night stay in a TreePOD at Treetop Haven.
A homestay at this homestead may pull you into service - weeding organic gardens, bottle feeding baby goats, or fixing animal pens. If you're lucky, you can join a workshop on keeping bees, harvesting maple syrup, refining salt or making cheese.
Looking for some "wow" natural spaces for an adventure in Nova Scotia? Here is a ready-made list along with a story to inspire a visit.
This small town in Nova Scotia is a great place to connect with the locals and discover love and laughter - but it's not for everyone! No fast food nor fine dining. Just good wholesome locally sourced home cooked food, community and conversation.
Looking for a hunk of Nova Scotia where you won't see a fast food chain or a big box store? Where you'll find some delightful surprises? Head to Cumberland County.
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