Dixon’s Zodiac Seafari – Whale & Coastal Tours

Whalewatching

Outdoor Adventure

Dixons Zodiac Seafari is located in the tiny fishing village of Neil’s Harbour, just below the lighthouse. Join us and embark on a minimum two hour adventure in search of different whale species such as Fin, Pilot, Minke and Humpbacks and others. You will also encounter various seabirds, seals and, in August and September, the impressive Leatherback Turtle. Combine this with the rocky cliff shoreline of northern Cape Breton and it will be an unforgettable…

Telephone 1-902-285-0842

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Dixon’s Zodiac Seafari Whale & Coastal Tours

Whalewatching Wildlife

Outdoor Adventure

Nestled in the northeast corner of Cape Breton Island lies the quaint fishing village of Neil’s Harbour. Just two minutes off of the Cabot Trail, let the lighthouse guide you to Dixon's Zodiac Seafari. Prepare to have a smooth, exhilarating ride aboard the "733 Hurricane", the same type of vessel used by the Canadian Coast Guard. This is where your coastal, whale and marine life adventure will begin.You will embark on a 1 ½ hour…

Telephone 1-855-259-4122

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Blue Bayou Resort – South Harbour 2 Night Stay + Excursions

Canoeing

Outdoor Adventure

Blue Bayou Resort has 23 domes and 7 tipis. Experience a private outdoor space in a billion star environment. For your comfort we have domes with private bathrooms, including bath towels and bedding. For a nomadic experience, we have Authentic painted Tipis with interior fire pits and 4 cots. Come to where the Mountains turn to sand, where John Cabot made a stand, in the Heart of the Highlands.Recommend you to bring your water shoes…

Telephone 1-647-995-1633

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Cabot Trail Adventures – Guided Tours

Canoeing Cycling

Outdoor Adventure

Your outdoor adventure specialists in Northern Cape Breton. Sea kayak tours and rentals, paddle boards, bicycle rentals, shuttles and guided tours. Guided coastal hikes to the best "locals know" destinations. With 20 years' experience in the industry we can help you discover the island from a completely different perspective. All of this adventure lies just north of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park.Paddle Board, sea kayak and bicycle rentals.Guided sea kayak tours daily $65Atlantic Fisheries…

Telephone 1-902-383-2552

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North Highlands Nordic Cross-Country Ski Facility

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Outdoor Adventure

North Highlands Nordic, situated on the Cabot Trail near the northern tip of Cape Breton, is a premier winter destination for cross country ski and snow shoe enthusiasts.  A network of approximately 12 kms of trails is mechanically groomed on a regular basis with a Pisten Bulley grooming machine for both classic and skate skiing. There are trails for all levels of ability. North highlands Nordic operates out of a staffed, heated  room in the…

Telephone 902-383-2479

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Ziplining Experience

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Outdoor Adventure

Treetop ziplining, stand-up paddle boarding and a rock climbing wall are all designed to thrill and invigorate. Throw in some experiential dining and you'll see why Mountain Pine Adventures is known for offering unique perspectives and unparalleled experiences. For those looking to explore Cape Breton and truly connect with her deep roots and laid-back charm visit Mountain Pine Adventures.  Also,  join us on a new experience - a bushcraft tour with outdoor enthusiast Chuck Wrathall.…

Telephone 902-565-4153

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Cabots Landing Provincial Park

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Culture & Heritage Outdoor Adventure

Cabots Landing Provincial Park is a picnic and beach park (North Harbour Beach) on the shore of Aspy Bay, 10 km (6 mi) north of the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island. Picnic tables are situated in the park’s open fields. Enjoy hiking and beachcombing along the sandy beach.  The Park also features a National Historic Site cairn commemorating the landfall of John Cabot. Cabots Landing was formerly a launching site for Mi’kmaq to paddle to…

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