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Cape Breton Travel Guide  

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Cape Breton can be described as one of the counties located in Nova Scotia, a Canadian province; upon Cape Breton Island.
Having derived its name from ‘Cape Breton’, the name of island’s point that is towards the extreme east has been derived from ‘Bretons of Brittany’. This municipality has been possibly the oldest European name (surviving) which is being used for designating a portion of ‘North America’.
By proclamation which took place on 17th of October, 1763, i.e. after the termination of Seven Years’ War, ‘annexure of Cape Breton Island to ‘Nova Scotia’ took place. This led to Cape Breton Island to be a portion of ‘Halifax County’. On 10th of December, 1765, this place attained the status of being an exclusive county.
Amongst all trials and tribulations, Cape Breton County exists in the form of a county within the limits of Nova Scotia. However, service delivery and municipal government is being provided by First Nation reserves or Regional Municipality; that too, with no ‘additional’ county-level administration or government.

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Reviews Cape Breton

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Cape Breton Highlands National ParkThe varied wild life over here is especially impressive. Moreover, it goes on to include deer, beaver, eagles, wild duck, parrots, and wild-cats. Information Offices relating to this park are found adjoining Igonish and Cheticamp on... more Cabot Trail. These centers remain open in the summers, late springs, and autumn. Information can get obtained at the time of ‘remainder’ of year. This can be done from offices in ‘Igonish’ that remain open every single day.TimingsThe timings of Cape Breton Highlands Park are divided in to 3 slots. They includeJune 22-August 23During this period of the year, this museum remains open from Mondays to Sundays between 0800 and 2000 hrs.May 19-June 21/August 23-October 15During this period, the museum remains open on all 7 days between 0900 and 1700 hrs.
Daniie Hardy
Overall rating 10
Overall Guide : Black Brook beach along the cabot trail is gorgeous! It has a lot of waves, but not too big. The cabot trail in general is a must see, especially if you bring a camera! It's impossible to take a bad... more shot when the scenery is so perfect! Also, you gotta try the lobster. Nobody makes lobster like someone from back home :)
Not to be missed Cabot Trail , fortress of lunenburg , Bras D’Or Lake
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : fishing in highlands awesome,ingonish beach,swiming area ,able to go from fresh to salt water in minutes,the restaruat on coner across from NSLC was the best ,Keltic Lodge was not all cracked out to be.My family will be back ,best hospitality... more any where
Not to be missed miners musem , fishing highlands
Overall rating 8
Overall Guide : Haven't been there in several years, but thoroughly enjoyed my trip
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Great hospitality! Beautiful scenery and great hiking/walking trails everywhere! Beaches are especially wonderful in Port Hood and Inverness... sandy and warmer waters.
Chelsea Girl
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Friends
Overall rating 8
Overall Guide : It's my favourite holiday place, but can be more difficult if you don't know anyone.
Not to be missed Cabot Trail , Highland Village Museum , town of Baddeck
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