Get Lost in the Epic Landscape of Nova Scotia, Canada

Adventure photographer Tiffany Nguyen has never been to Nova Scotia, but she jumps right into exploring Canada’s second smallest province. On the Atlantic coast, Nova Scotia has some of the most extreme tides in the world, so Tiffany and her partner Jonathan take advantage of this unique phenomenon with a tidal bore rafting trip—a muddy, wet adventure.

One of Tiffany’s favorite parts of traveling to over 30 countries in the last three years is looking back at the photos she’s taken. When they visit Burncoat Head Park, she takes full advantage of the 160 billion tonnes of water that flow out with the tides, leaving behind miles of the ocean floor to explore, and a bunch of unique photographic opportunities.

But no true adventure stays on the well-worn path, so Tiffany and Jonathan decide to head up the coast to Advocate Harbour for an overnight kayaking and camping trip on a deserted beach. Finally, they cap off their adventure by taking in the sunset on the Bay of Fundy. Tiffany reflects that, “Good company and incredible landscapes make for an epic adventure I’ll never forget.”

This video is proudly produced in partnership with Destination Canada.

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