Forest bathing certification & how to be an amazing Nova Scotia guide

Forest bathing certification & how to be an amazing Nova Scotia guide

If you’ve been reading our other posts about forest bathing in Nova Scotia, you’ll have learned that it originated in Japan as Shinrin-yoku, meaning “taking in the forest atmosphere”. Forest bathing simply means spending time in nature while being mindful of the sights, sounds, smells, and sensations. It can be done anywhere there are trees…

12 Nova Scotia lighthouses you’ll love to visit

12 Nova Scotia lighthouses you’ll love to visit

There’s no question that Nova Scotia lighthouses have enormous appeal for tourists coming to the province. Indeed, Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse has extremely high recognition worldwide and helps underscore the status of “Canada’s Ocean Playground” as an international travel destination. And the lighthouse at Peggy’s Cove is just one of more than 185 lighthouses that pepper…