Touring from Halifax, canada
Motoring homes and recreational vehicle rental are available in Halifax. Campervans are available in a variety of sizes to sleep different number of people. For a couple there's a deluxe camper with 2 berths and if you bring the children too, there's a selection of mid-range campervans to sleep 4 or 5 people, such as the super travel camper. For larger groups of 6, which could be 4 adults and 2 children, larger 6 berth models are available. Many of the mobile homes have power steering and air conditioning to make your journey more comfortable. Having your "home" with you means that the mod-cons you expect from home are in your motorhome: fridges and microwaves, even showers and toilets. Why not look at the list of rv rentals available in Halifax and plan your touring holiday of Nova Scotia. Click on the 'more details' button for information about each vehicle.
Once you've seen the list of caravanettes, campers and RVs you'll want to reserve the autocamper of your choice. If you require assistance, please request any further information from us. We'd be delighted to help to ensure you have the motoring holiday of a lifetime. That way, you will suggest to your friends and family that they come next year and book their campavan from us. Only the best deals will be offered to you which will be competitive and budget orientated while offering value-for-money. Rentals can be for any length of journey - short beaks to month-long trips, just tell us your requirements. The range of motor homing vehicles is huge, so opt for the best one to suit your requirements, whether a 4wd campervan to sleep 6, or 4x2 motor caravan with 3-4 berths. Your touring holiday motor home will be ready for your arrival and the unlimited miles ahead, whether you fly in from abroad or arrive from elsewhere in Canada. Prepare yourself for the motoring and camping trip ahead.
With 370,000 people living in Halifax it is 40% of the population of Nova Scotia. Halifax has seen a dramatic growth in population while other areas of Nova Scotia have declined. This is the largest population north of Boston and east of Quebec. More than half the people living here are under the age of 40, while more than a quarter are less than 20 years old. It is the Gateway to Atlantic Canada, which flourishes as a prominent port situated on the world's second largest natural harbour. Halifax is known for it's sandy beaches, rugged shorelines and colourful gardens as well as charming fishing villages and farming communities. In 1749 it became the 1st British town in Canada. In town, there are plenty of art galleries, museums and historical sites to explore as well as churches, shops and sidewalk cafes. If it's the peace and tranquility you wish to enjoy, why not head out of downtown to enjoy a spot of birdwatching, hiking or camping. Sea breezes and salt air will draw you down to the sea to watch fishermen, beachcomb or discover the islands and bays by canoe. With live theatre, music festivals, spectacular shows, lively pubs and even Celtic Ceilidhs, evenings, too, can easily be filled and you'll be spoilt for choice with delicious dining. Historical downtown waterfront areas of Halifax and Dartmouth are easily explored on foot. Out of town, along the South Shore you can drive to Hubbards along the lighthouse Route. Hwy 333 is one of the most scenic routes and leads you to this 205-year-old town and perfect summertime retreat. Along the East Shore, Rte 207, you can admire the island filled bays to Lawrencetown. Beaches here are popular for their surf, or continue further to visit the Fisherman's Life Museum. With all that fresh air you'll be ready for a nap in your motor home!