Nova Scotia Hostels


Nova Scotia Travel Tips & Suggestions

Westport is the major town on Brier Island, the farthest point along the Digby Neck Scenic Drive. Brier Island is a very small island and only a few kilometers wide in each direction, so it's not the kind of place where you've find tons of hostels. There is one main paved road that will take you along to all of the …
Cape Breton Island is not only spectacular, but also as an island, it is quite large. If you are going to do this island well and see all things worth seeing, you really do need a car. There is so much to see and do on Cape Breton Island, it is really worth taking the time out to drive around and explore the entire …
Staying in a Halifax hostel puts you in a small city that punches above its weight. It is the hub of Atlantic Canada and most visitors to the region will pass through at least once. This means that you can organize tours and travel to other parts of Nova Scotia. It certainly merits a stay of at least a few days. …
Caledonia is a small and quaint town in Nova Scotia, located just a short drive out of the Kejimkujik National Park (the most popular attraction in the area). In the national park, there are an abundance of short hiking trails, camping, canoeing, kayaking, birdwatching, and fishing in the summer months. You can learn …
Mahone Bay is located on the southern shore of Nova Scotia and is a very aesthetically pleasing town to visit. Aside from a place to get a hostel, it is home to many arts and craft stores, cafes, bookstores, funky small boutiques, bakeries, museums, and a whole array of other small stores with local produce. You will …
Annapolis Royal is one of the oldest French settlements from the early 1600s, and is home to many popular national historical sites. Within the region is the popular Fort Anne, which is Canada's oldest historical site that was home to many a battle between the French and the English in an effort to take a stronghold on …
Parrsboro is located on the magnificent Bay of Fundy, which is home to the highest tide changes in the world. It makes this region of Nova Scotia one of the most geographically and archaeologically interesting places in Canada and a place worth getting a hostel for a night or two. This coast of Canada is home to some …
Wentworth, located in the central part of Nova Scotia, is very rural and is broken up into several different hamlets. The region is very popular for its winter activities and attracts a lot of people during the winter months, so make sure that you book your Wentworth hostel in advance. Ski Wentworth is the largest of …
Port Mouton is a town situated on the Lighthouse Route on the southern shore of Nova Scotia. The town is a quiet residential town and expands quite a long distance in area along the highway. You will find that the hostels in Port Mouton are situated on the outskirts of the town and are close to some of the local craft …