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Nova Scotia Lobster Trail

Food Trail


Welcome to the Nova Scotia – where lobster is ALWAYS in season! Nova Scotia lobster is world-famous and for good reason. It’s home to some of the most fertile lobster fishing grounds, offering a variety of authentic lobster experiences. From ocean to plate, crack open a sense of adventure on the Lobster Trail. While exploring Nova Scotia’s beautiful seacoast and working fishing villages, experience some of the fresh seafood the province has to offer, from traditional lobster dinners and lobster rolls to lobster experiences and more. With 29 trail stops to discover, the Lobster Trail is a perfect reason to break out the lobster crackers! Follow the trails. Capture the moments. Collect the stamps. Get the prizes. What will you crack into on the Nova Scotia Lobster Trail? The Lobster Trail is located in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship.”

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About Nova Scotia

In Nova Scotia, they like to say “You haven’t seen Nova Scotia until you’ve tasted Nova Scotia!” 

Nova Scotia’s vibrant food and drink scene makes it the perfect destination for those seeking culinary adventure. They have internationally recognized chefs and restaurants, an award-winning wine industry, thriving fisheries, with lobster, scallops, oysters, and more, diverse agricultural products, a booming craft beverage industry with beer, cider, spirits, and mead, coupled with breathtaking scenery and world-renowned hospitality. 

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