Whalewatching

The warm waters off the Top of the Island are the summering grounds for an impressive variety of whales. minkes, pilot whales, fin whales, sei whales and humpbacks, as well as the occasional pod of belugas, all take their summer vacations off, and mostly in sight of whale tour operations at the Top of the Island include both sailing and motorized vessels.

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Burton's Sunset Oasis Housekeeping Motel

Burton’s Sunset Oasis Housekeeping Motel

Burton’s Sunset Oasis Housekeeping Motel is nestled on a slope at the end of the fishing village of Bay St. Lawrence on the northern tip of Cape Breton Island – just a 15-minute drive north from the Cabot Trail.  Enjoy…

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Cabot Trail Adventures

Cabot Trail Adventures

Cabot Trail Adventures is a year-round outfitter located at the northern tip of Cape Breton Island … the Top of the Island region.Cabot Trail Adventures offers guided and self-guided day tours and multi-day packages, with summer offerings featuring biking, kayaking,…

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Oshan Whale Watch

Oshan Whale Watch

Watch whales, eagles, seals and seabirds at the Top of Cape Breton Island with the Fraser family. Locally owned and operated, Oshan Whale Watch offers guided tours with a coast guard trained crew. Our boat, the Oshan, is a 42-foot,…

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Cabots Landing Provincial Park

Cabots Landing Provincial Park

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…

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Four Mile Beach Inn (c 1898)

Four Mile Beach Inn (c 1898)

Four Mile Beach Inn (c 1898) is situated at the halfway point on the legendary Cabot Trail, in Aspy Bay on Cape Breton Island. This historic inn offers old-world charm and hospitality, and features spectacular views of Aspy Bay and…

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South Harbour Hideaway Summer Home

South Harbour Hideaway Summer Home

This cozy waterfront cottage is nestled among the trees in the community of South Harbour on Cape Breton Island, just 1.5 km off the legendary Cabot Trail. Relax on the veranda of our heritage home and take in the spectacular…

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