Nova Scotia Car Rentals
Experience Nova Scotia in one of our rental cars.
Nova Scotia's culture is all about storytelling and celebration, and when you and your family arrive here, you'll find more than 750 festivals and events celebrating traditional ways of life in the region. Grab a Nova Scotia rental car and take a journey through the 4,750 miles of seacoast within the province. Whether you want to visit one of the 125 fresh and saltwater beaches or discover Nova Scotia's rich history while visiting any of the 10 living history museums and historic sites, you'll never be short of activities while vacationing in this beautiful maritime spot.
The first stop in your Nova Scotia rental car is Halifax, the capital of the province. You'll want to explore the history and culture of this maritime city by checking out some unique attractions like the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site and Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. If you want to find the city's shopping areas, head to Spring Garden Road. While you're there, tour the Halifax Public Gardens. If a day trip interests you and the family, take them to see Peggy's Cove Lighthouse in St. Margaret's Bay along the south shore of Nova Scotia. If you can sneak away from the kids, divulge in some of the city's seafood and visit Alexander Keith's Brewery for some local brews.
You'll discover all that this Nova Scotia hub has to offer in your Truro rental car. Truro is located in Colchester County in the heart of Nova Scotia. Situated near the Atlantic Ocean, Truro enjoys a moderate climate with warm summers, mild winters and picturesque autumns. Start at historic Victoria Square in downtown Truro, and make your way to some of the city's outdoor trails. You'll want to head to Victoria Park to explore more than 400 acres of forest, and then to Shubenacadie River to watch what's known as a tidal bore near the Bay of Fundy. This wave of water can reach up to ten feet high as it rolls inland from the bay. If you're brave enough, take a river rafting tour to experience this phenomenon.
On the last leg of your trip in your Nova Scotia rental car, head to Sydney in Cape Breton Bay, Canada. As the largest urban area on Cape Breton and the island's historical capital, Sydney, Nova Scotia, is the perfect mix of metropolitan life and charming hospitality. While you're here, take a walking tour to explore Sydney, and then go to Cape Breton Miner's Museum, where visitors can learn about the island's coal mining past and take a tour through the Ocean Deep Colliery beneath the museum. End your journey at Cape Breton Fudge Company to satisfy your sweet tooth.