Our kilted tour guides live in and love Halifax, and all of Atlantic Canada. Whether they join your group for two hours, or two weeks, they will enhance your itinerary with their local perspective providing unique insight on our scenic wonders, coastal splendors, history and culture.
We provide kilted service for all tours starting and ending in Halifax:
Hire a kilted tour guide to showcase the history, people and places that have made Halifax one of North America’s most unique and captivating destinations. Ask us about adding on admission to Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic or the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. A tour and tasting at the Alexander Keith’s Brewery is also always a welcome addition to a tour of Halifax, as is a walk through our Victorian Public Gardens led by a Bagpiper!
As either an add-on to your Halifax City Tour, or a stand-alone excursion, one of our kilted tour guides will show your group why no trip to Nova Scotia is complete without a visit to Peggy’s Cove with a walking tour of this iconic fishing village. Ask us about adding on a delicious lunch with local flare overlooking one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world, or a Lobster Dinner at a venue designated by Reader’s Digest as one of Canada’s Top 10 Must-Try Restaurants.
The tides, wine and history of Nova Scotia’s lush Annapolis Valley await and a kilted tour guide with local knowledge and experience is the perfect complement to your visit to this scenic region. Ask us about adding on admission to Grand Pre National Historic Site, the surrounding landscape of which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or a tour and tasting at one our acclaimed wineries.
South Shore: Lunenburg & Mahone Bay
Complete your group visit to Nova Scotia’s South Shore with walking tours of the UNESCO World Heritage Town of Lunenburg and charming Mahone Bay. Ask us about adding on admission to the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, or perhaps lunch overlooking Oak Island, home of the world’s longest running hunt for lost treasure!
Why not make your guide service arrangements for all of Atlantic Canada with one call or email? Here is what we can arrange for you:
Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Experience the island that's been ranked as the most beautiful by Conde Nast Traveler magazine with a local tour guide. Cape Breton Island truly offers a world of wondrous sightseeing opportunities that include the world-famous Cabot Trail and only a local knows the best places to stop for pictures of the breathtaking scenery where the mountains meet the sea. Ask us about adding on admission to Cape Breton Highlands National Park.
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
A local guide is sure to wow your group as they tour Charlottetown to learn about the birthplace of Canada, and the beautiful countryside and ocean views of the delightful North Shore. Ask us about adding on admission to Prince Edward National Park to see the red cliffs, white beaches, gently sloping sand dunes and green fields for which it is know, and also admission to Green Gables Heritage Place to learn about the island’s legendary red-haired orphan named Anne.
Saint John, New Brunswick
Discover nearly 400 hundred years of history in Canada’s oldest incorporated city of Saint John with a local tour guide. Your group will experience a delightful blend of the past and present as you travel past prominent landmarks and historic buildings such as the Imperial Theatre and the Loyalist House. Learn of many fascinating personalities and events that have shaped Saint John. Also consider a drive out to St. Martin’s on the Bay of Fundy where your guide will know the perfect spot to capture a photo of a landscape including two covered and a lighthouse. Ask us about adding admission to the Reversing Falls Skywalk where the mighty Bay of Fundy causes the Saint John River to reverse direction and flow upstream twice daily. We can also arrange guide service in St. Andrew’s by-the-Sea, Fredericton, and Moncton.
St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador
Boasting a stunning location on the Atlantic Ocean, St. John’s on the Avalon Peninsula is best toured with a local guide who will offer a truly unique perspective to the history and culture of this seaside gem. Ask us about adding on admission to Cabot Tower at Signal Hill National Historic Site where Marconi's historic, first-ever, transatlantic wireless message was received in 1901; the panoramic view is breathtaking. Also ask us about including admission to nearby Cape Spear National Historic Site, the easternmost point in North America. We can also arrange guide service in Corner Brook, Gros Morne, and Gander.
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