Peggy's Cove & Hop-On, Hop-Off Double-Decker Combo

  • Port

    Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

  • Activity Level


  • Excursion Type

    Local Sightseeing, All

  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • Starting At


  • Minimum Age

    Information not currently available.

  • Duration

    Approximately 5½ Hours

  • Meals Included


Enjoy this outing that includes city sights, shopping and a coastal drive to Peggy's Cove.

From the moment you leave the pier, your kilted guide will point out interesting sites and vistas all the way to Peggy's Cove. As you arrive, you will see for yourself the impressive rock formations and coastal beauty of this rustic, working fishing village. Take advantage of some free time to explore on your own the unique galleries and shops, take photos, talk to the local fisherman or try the famous and fabulous local gingerbread. If you wish, join your guide for a live lobster demonstration -- you can even hold a live lobster if you're game.

Back at the pier, hop on a double-decker bus to discover the city of Halifax. The entire double-decker bus fleet is at your service, and your ticket is good all day. You have the flexibility to hop on and off at the many attractions along the route, such as the Titanic Cemetery, the Citadel National Historic Site and the Victorian Public Gardens. Visit Halifax your way and at a pace that suits you.


Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Holders of 43416 ticket will start at the pier directly to Peggy’s Cove, then upon return have access to the Hop on Hop off onboard the Pink Double Decker Buses

If your tour ticket states 43416, you will go to Peggy's Cove in the morning and Hop On Hop Off upon your return from Peggy's Cove. If your tour ticket states 434161, you will take the Hop On Hop Off in the morning, prior to your Peggy's Cove departure time early afternoon, as indicated on your ticket. Admission fees to selected venues are not included. The Hop on Hop off route departs approximately every 15-30 minutes from the pier.  A portion of the proceeds from this tour is donated directly to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. On occasion, BIG Pink Bus may be used in conjunction with pink double-deckers. The tour cannot store wheelchairs on the double decker.