Digby, Nova Scotia: My Top Things To Do & See
Even if you’ve never been to the small seaside town of Digby, there’s a decent chance your taste buds have. It’s a gateway to Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy—home to the famous Digby scallops served in restaurants worldwide. From its ageless fishing industry to its landmark buildings, history is very much alive in Digby, and there’s no time like the present to visit. In this video, we show you a few highlights for the ideal itinerary, starting at the Digby Pines Golf Resort and Spa, the crown jewel of Digby’s accommodations. The resort was built in 1929 by the Canadian Pacific Railway, as evident by its grandiose look and castle-like building that offers an incredible waterfront view that can best be enjoyed at the outdoor pool.
My passion for travel was unlocked when I spent some years living across Europe and South America. I've never been one to shy away from a new adventure, be it swimming with pigs in the Bahamas, bird watching in the Galapagos or Heli-Hiking in British Columbia. And while I used to mostly travel solo, I now like to hit the road with my 4-year-old son, 1-year-old-daughter and husband in tow. The best part of travel to me now is getting to see the world through their eyes. Whether they are petting goats during an Oregon farm stay or making their very own pizza in Idaho, their enthusiasm and joy never fails to remind me of why I love travel.