The lowdown on Nova Scotia, Canada’s seaside paradise (James Mullinger, The Guardian @ READ MORE.

“Vacations of the Brave”: aims to motivate travellers to set out on their own transformational journeys of adventure, inspiration and self-discovery in Canada. We enjoyed the opportunity to take part in this inspirational journey. We took Eric and Corey for a Tidal Bore Rafting Adventure. Be sure to check out Episode 3, premiering on Amazon Prime, Nov. 10, 2018. VACATION OF THE BRAVE TRAILER.

Must do Canada #Roadto150: The Best things to do in Nova Scotia! READ MORE.

Far and Wide / Much.Com (Tidal Bore Rafting that Feels Like a Roller Coaster – Blog) READ MORE.

Far and Wide / Much.Com (Episode 12 – Nova Scotia, Riding the Tide with Jus Reign) READ MORE.

150 Great Canadian Adventures (Get Out There Magazine, Feb. 2017) READ MORE.

Checking in: Tidal Bore Rafting Resort by (Dashboard Living) READ MORE.

In Nova Scotia, Tidal Bore Rafting offers a uniquely muddy adventure (The Washington Post) READ MORE.

7 Offbeat Adventures Around the World (National Geographic) READ MORE.

9 Epic Canadian Adventures to have in your lifetime (Huffington Post) READ MORE.

Super excited to be recognized in this top 50 list!

The Ultimate Summer Guide to Canadian Adventures (Flight Network) READ MORE.

Ten Reasons To Visit Nova Scotia (The Times online) READ MORE.

Marriage Survives Even The Rinse Cycle In Nova Scotia (Boston Globe) READ MORE.

Surf’s Up (Audubon Magazine) READ MORE.

Goodbye Suit and Tie (Chronicle Herald) READ MORE.


COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

Covid-19 Virus Notice to all Guests Coming to the TBRR (last update: March 23, 2020)

As the world works together to eradicate Covid-19 we wanted to share with
everyone what we are doing here on site to help flatten the curve.

1. Contactless check in and check out - when you arrive you will find your name on the main lodge door, your unit cleaned, disinfected, warmed, and your key inside.

2. After the normal cleaning and linen changes are complete, we are disinfecting with virus killing solutions the "touchable" parts of the cottage (kitchen / bathroom surfaces, light switches, door knobs, remotes)

3. TBRR cottages are an average of 30m apart and this helps with the social distancing  that health authorities advocate.

4. We are rotating cottage availability and are allowing 24 hours of vacancy after guest departure.

5. Occupancy cannot be greater than 5 people in any cottage or chalet.

In conclusion we feel that our big outdoor property, building spacing, and the changes above provides advantages to guests during this Pandemic. If you have any questions, please call Steve or Licia at 902 237 7380 or 902 832 2997.