June 27- July 1, 2024
Travac Tours would like to invite you to join us as we travel to Halifax for the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo!
The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo is a show inspired by Military Tattoos given by military bands and display teams.
The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo is unique among other Tattoos in the world in that it is more theatrical in nature with a mixture of both military and civilian performers.
It takes place in the Scotiabank Centre’s hockey arena, a venue that, to some degree, resembles a traditional theatre in the round. The show is heavily costumed and intensively rehearsed with technical staff, choreographers, assistant directors, wardrobe staff and designers as part of the production team, which also sets it apart from traditional Tattoos.
This spectacle is one of the highlights of a Nova Scotia summer.
Travac’s visit to the Tattoo includes round trip airfare from Ottawa to Halifax; 4 nights’ accommodation at the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront; a tour of Halifax including visits to Mahone Bay, Lunenburg, and Peggy’s Cove; reserved seating at the Royal International Tattoo; free time in Halifax, and the services of a Travac Tours Director.
Space is limed to 40 persons.
This morning you will depart for Halifax. Upon your arrival in Halifax you will be transferred to your hotel. The balance of your day will be free to explore Halifax on your own. From your hotel it is an easy walk to some of the fine restaurants and shops that are in the area.
Your day will begin with a professionally guided tour of Halifax, noting attractions from iconic lighthouses to urban gardens, stunning galleries and museums and a waterfront science centre. Continuing the tour, you’ll move on to Mahone Bay, Lunenberg, and Peggy’s Cove. Located on Nova Scotia’s spectacular South Shore, Mahone Bay was recently named one of Canada’s top ten most beautiful towns by culturetrip.com. Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site – with its narrow streets and unique architecture – is the home port of the Bluenose II. This graceful ship is a replica of the original fishing boat. Your final stop before heading back to Halifax will be Peggy’s Cove. Famous for its lighthouse, Peggy’s Cove is one of the most iconic images in Eastern Canada.
Your day is completely free to wander among the many sites that attract people to Halifax. Your tour director will have plenty of ideas on how to spend your day.
After a leisurely morning, today is your day to enjoy The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo. Over the years, the show has been seen by well over 2,000,000 spectators and has hosted tens of thousands of performers from 21 countries. In terms of annual economic impact, it generates tens of millions for the province of Nova Scotia and the Halifax Regional Municipality. Indeed, it will be a most enjoyable day.
After a leisurely morning in Halifax, you’ll make your way back to Ottawa. Your tour director will advise you on your departure time from the hotel.
Itinerary subject to change.
Halifax Marriott Harbourfront
Hotel Address1919 Upper Water St