There’s nowhere better than the Maritime province of Nova Scotia to enjoy your fill of east coast diving.
Deemed Canada’s ocean playground, get to know the chilly North Atlantic with this rich natural environment. Lobsters, crabs and even the occasional jellyfish are some of the critters you’re almost guaranteed to meet.
From the Bay of Fundy on the west to the wrecks of Cape Breton in the north find out where to scuba dive in Nova Scotia.
Scuba diving Nova Scotia's Terrence Bay and everything wedged between Halifax and the famous Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse.
Tide pools are pools of water exposed at low tide and submerged by the ocean at high tide. They give non-divers a chance to glimpse the underwater world while remaining on land.
When diving in Nova Scotia where do you even begin? Do you start in Halifax the province's capital or do you wander beyond to see what the surrounding area has to offer?
Nova Scotia is full of cold water diving opportunities, particularly around shores of Halifax.