Tourism Nova Scotia

December 20, 2017

Welcome to the inTouch blog!

New inTouch feature stories are now available on the Tourism Nova Scotia corporate website, along with the latest research, marketing activities, and industry tools and resources.

Tourism Performance for October 2017

The number of travellers visiting Nova Scotia continues to grow. According to figures released today, December 20, Nova Scotia welcomed an additional 14,000 non-resident visitors in October 2017, an increase of eight per cent from October 2016. Read More

 

Canadian Sport Tourism Congress Coming to Halifax

The largest gathering of the Canadian sport tourism industry will be heading to Halifax, Nova Scotia (March 7-9, 2018) for its annual conference. Register now. Read More

 

Register Today for the 2018 AAA New England Travel Marketplace

The AAA Travel Marketplace welcomes potential visitors from one of Nova Scotia’s key markets. Register now to promote and sell your travel product, and benefit from AAA’s promotion to its 2.7 million members in the southern New England area. Read More

 

4 Reasons to Update Your NovaScotia.com Listing Now!

With the holiday season upon us, summer 2018 may seem ages away. But research shows international travellers book their vacations over three months in advance (and they start planning trips even earlier). Find out what aspects of your NovaScotia.com listing to update, and why doing it now will benefit you later. Read More

 

Nova Scotia Accommodations Needs Assessment Now Available

A tourist accommodations needs assessment report has been completed for Nova Scotia, and is now available upon request. The report identifies accommodations-related challenges and opportunities in the province. Read More

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