Cape Breton Journey Information | Cabot Path Street Journey in Nova Scotia, Canada

Cape Breton Travel Guide | Cabot Trail Road Trip in Nova Scotia, Canada

On this video, we proceed our highway journey by means of the Canadian Maritimes, this time visiting Cape Breton, a big island in Nova Scotia that’s separated from the mainland by the Strait of Canso. Throughout our go to, we stayed in a transformed barn, hiked the paths of the Cape Breton Highlands, and drove round 300 kilometres on the world-famous Cabot Path that borders the island.

Our first day kicked off early with a drive as much as Cape Breton Highlands Nationwide Park. We spent 2 days mountaineering the assorted trails and trying to find the elusive moose. The funniest second of that hike: there have been indicators with bear warnings all through the park so I feel that was on the again of everybody’s thoughts, and naturally Togo was strolling upfront as a result of he insists on main the pack. Nicely, there was a bunch of hikers coming from the wrong way and when Togo was the primary one to around the bend all by his lonesome self, the hikers noticed his black furry face and thought he was a bear! Poor Togo seemed actually confused – he simply wished to greet the group of hikers.

In fact, no journey to Cape Breton would have been full with out driving the world-famous Cabot Path, which is called after John Cabot, or Giovanni Caboto, an Italian navigator and explorer, who was one of many first Europeans of recent occasions to succeed in North America in 1497. Cabot had been denied help for his expedition in Spain and Portugal, so he went to England, the place he obtained monetary help from Henry the Seventh. Cabot’s plan was to succeed in Asia by crusing west alongside the North Atlantic and he estimated that this route might be shorter and sooner than the one just lately found by Columbus. The precise location of his arrival in North America is unknown, however in the present day the route that borders Cape Breton is called after him.

Throughout our journey to Cape Breton, we additionally visited the Alexander Graham Bell Historic Website in Baddeck. Alexander Graham Bell is greatest often called the inventor of the phone, however he additionally invented the photophone, the steel detector, the hydrofoil, and he designed the Silver Dart which made the primary plane flight in Canada. Maybe extra fascinating is that aside from all these nice innovations, Bell devoted most of his life to educating the deaf, following within the footsteps of his father and grandfather. We actually loved this museum and would extremely suggest it in the event you’re within the space.

That is a little bit style of our journey to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia! We hope you loved this video and we’ll see you within the subsequent episode the place we proceed our highway journey by means of the Canadian Maritimes. Subsequent up: Prince Edward Island!

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41 thoughts on “Cape Breton Journey Information | Cabot Path Street Journey in Nova Scotia, Canada

  1. Jo jo says:

    Where did you get the Tims? The Tims in Cheticamp was only open for a short time and now closed. Baddeck is my birthplace. I live on the mainland now. You did a marvelous video and I feel I am travelling with you. Thanks a lot.

  2. sean grant says:

    Last Monday I had a tasty meal at the rusty anchor in pleasant bay. Had a lobster poutine and wow it was really tasty. Recommend that to anyone, you won't be disappointed! Also had a chance to see whales with captain Mark. Brilliant day!

  3. Debbie Rudderham says:

    Well, soooo happy to watch this very scenic video of “ My Island” . It has been home to me for 62 years. Wouldn’t love anywhere else. I am a Proud Cape Bretoner !!!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  4. Vegasbushy1 says:

    Hoping to do this drive in a couple of months (First week of October) – I've read a number of comments about the lack of washroom facilities on the cabot trail – how was your experience – were there many in HIghland Provincial Park??   The rest of the trail – thanks – really enjoy your Vlogs – take care…..

  5. Terese Kinast says:

    You’ve done it again!!!!! Incredibly gorgeous photography
    You captured the splendor and majesty of the maritimes!!!
    Your photography is spectacular.
    We agree that it is really Togo’s vacation as we always travel with our pups!!
    Lots of stops !!!
    We’ve also had dirty wet dogs in the car!
    We call it the dog mobile
    You’ve done such a beautiful job with these vlogs!
    Thanks again for sharing your families with us!
    Continued safe travels

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