My parents will be visiting Nova Scotia for 5 nights in May. They are excited to see the Joggins Fossil Cliffs, Bay of Fundy (staying at Wolfville) and Grand Pre winery, and they're interested in a whale-watching cruise. They also enjoy outdoor activities and would probably like to try sea kayaking. They are arriving into Halifax after a long day of flying around 4pm. They would like to get a car and head toward their first destination, but don't want to be on the road for more than ~1 hour or so. Can anyone tell me which is the best route, keeping in mind that they will probably do a southern loop, saving the north for another trip? I was thinking Truro for 1 night, then early to Joggins for the day, Wolfville for night 2, Annapolis Royal for night 3...Lunenburg might be a good evening stop. Should they go the other way? lunenburg first night , digby, etc to the north, ending up at Joggins. Is there any place that they NEED to stay for more than one night?
Please help! Thanks so much.