Things to do
Whale watching tours
Most tour operators guarantee whale sightings as you explore the beautiful Cape Breton coastline. Other species often seen on these tours include seals, dolphins, sun fish, tuna, sea turtles and bald eagles.
Ingonish Beach, North Beach, Broad Cove Beach and Black Brook Beach are all within
5 - 15 minutes of Sea Breeze Cottages.
The Highlands Links Golf Course is one of a kind. Conceived and constructed under the watchful eye of world-renowned designer Stanley Thompson, it is a classic 18-hole, par 72 links course carved out of one of Canada's most pristine wildernesses.
We're proud to welcome you to this, the "Mountains and Ocean" course.
The Cape Breton Highlands National Park's 25 hiking trails range from easy strolls to challenging climbs with panoramic views of canyons, highlands and seacoasts.
The variety of trails provides a chance to intimately explore the complex habitat of Northern Cape Breton Island.
Telephone - 902 336 2398
One-third of the celebrated Cabot Trail runs through the national park and for picturesque views, it is one of the most visited regions in Canada. Cabot Trail sightseeing is one of the most popular activities offered by the national park. Numerous look-offs provide ample opportunities to admire the striking beauty of the landscape. A park pass is required to tour this section of the Cabot Trail.
Some of the most spectacular views in Atlantic Canada! Cycle all or part of the Cabot Trail which, according to Lonely Planet, is one of the world's top ten cycling destinations.
Cape Breton Highlands National Park presently offers recreational fishing opportunities, in season, on its many lakes and streams. The most sought after species is the native brook or speckled trout. Atlantic salmon are also found in some park waters. For more information,
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