I'll be travelling to Nova Scotia in October, arriving in Halifax late on the 11th. I have booked the first three night in Halifax to "get settled" and I want to go on a round trip after that.
My plan so far:
"clockwise" Lighthouseroute (Lunenburg, Yarmouth, Digby), ferry to St. John, Charlottetown (yes, I know I's includ NB and PEI despite my title...), Cape Breton (maybe staying in Chéticamp and Ingonish Bay), going back to Halifax via Sydney.
My flight out is on the 27th.
Any thoughts? I have just started to search the web for autum colour report not being that succesful. I was wondering, whether it might be a better idea to drive up to Cape Breton first (i.e. on the 14/15th) and then going round the "other" way (counterclockwise so to speak).
Obviously, I am hoping to catch colourful leaves (photography being one of my hobbies besides traveling) and I fear I might be a bit late. I just didn't get off from work earlier than this.
Any suggestions on how the season is changing right now are welcome.
Thanks for your support!