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Take Your Clients to
an Extraordinary Place

There’s a bit of magic in Yarmouth & Acadian Shores. This is where the land meets the sea. Where English, Acadian, and Indigenous cultures coexist. It’s quiet and peaceful, yet full of adventure. It’s where the food is fresh and local (and the music is, too). And where the darkest skies let the stars shine their brightest.

For centuries, we have proudly welcomed visitors to our striking shores. And we continue this tradition by inviting your clients to experience the wonders of Yarmouth & Acadian Shores — a shining star in the rugged and wild landscape of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Yarmouth & Acadian Shores

  1. Cape Forchu Lighthouse: A Light Like No Other
  2. Stargaze in North America’s First Starlight Reserve
  3. Living Acadian Culture
  4. Life Outdoors: Re-Created
  5. Get Out in Nature
  6. Unique Accommodations
  7. Food & Drink
  8. Seafaring Culture
  9. Artists & Artisans
  10. Heritage & History
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We're Here to Help

With a broad range of experiences and operators willing to cater to your groups in a customized way, we will make sure your clients love their time here. Let us help you plan a visit to Yarmouth & Acadian Shores. We take great pride in providing a high level of service to you and your clients.

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Great for Groups

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    Shore Excursions

    From guided tours of Cape Forchu Lighthouse and local breweries to historic Acadian experiences, we’ve got the perfect excursion for your group.

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    Photos & Videos

    If your clients can’t be here in person just yet, we recommend exploring our stunning corner of the world through this curated collection of photos and videos.

Get in Touch

For more information, please contact:

Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Tourism Association

Neil MacKenzie, Executive Director

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