Nova Scotia Tourism Introduces New Nova Scotia Fall Colours Blog with a Leaf Watch Map, Photos, Video and More

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New Blog at http://www.novascotia.com tracks the leaf change this fall in Nova Scotia, providing the most up-to-date resource for fall foliage tours.

The Blog will help leaf watchers know the perfect time to plan a getaway around Nova Scotia fall colours -- the window for fall foliage is a small one so getting up-to-date information from those who have seen it is priceless.

Nova Scotia Tourism's new Nova Scotia fall colours Blog is sure to be a leaf watchers most valuable resource to plan a fall Maritime vacation. The Leaf Watch Blog joins the recently introduced Favourite Places in Nova Scotia Blog to offer up innovative, user-driven information about destinations and attractions around Nova Scotia.

From stories of leaf change sightings around the province to a fall foliage map for planning Nova Scotia travel, the Leaf Watch Blog offers an ideal way to get up-to-date information about this brilliant seasonal event. Visitors and residents alike will appreciate the new forum when planning to travel Nova Scotia this fall, as the Blog is designed to provide province-wide information.

The Blog allows users to identify the community and/or region where they've spotted leaves changing and to what degree the leaves have turned--ranging from 0% to 100%. Additionally, users may post their fall foliage photos and link to videos on YouTube. According to John Somers, Executive Director at Nova Scotia Tourism, "The Blog will help leaf watchers know the perfect time to plan a getaway around Nova Scotia fall colours -- the window for fall foliage is a small one so getting up-to-date information from those who have seen it is priceless."

For those trying to determine the best destinations for an autumn Maritime vacation, a leaf watch Nova Scotia map offers 85 different locations with brief descriptions of the type of foliage and scenery to expect--including everything from Mount Thom's blueberry fields to Lunenburg's maples.

For more information on Nova Scotia fall colours and travel, and more, visit the Leaf Watch Blog at http://novascotia.com/leafwatch.

About Nova Scotia Tourism, Culture, and Heritage (TCH):
TCH is responsible for promotion of this maritime province on Canada's Atlantic Coast, and emphasizes interactive tools and online education to assist visitors in learning about the province and planning Nova Scotia vacations, including colourful videos and eye-catching photos. The organization's website is among the first travel sites in North America to provide Blogs for users to share Nova Scotia vacation destinations and experiences.

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