Storm Watch Voyager

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September through March is Storm Watching Season in Shelburne County! After every storm you'll find the locals driving around to see what the sea has washed ashore and if the waves are any larger than the last storm. The storms make great scenic waves for all you photographers and shore bird sightingsfor you  bird watchers who love our Atlantic coastline. Walk deserted beaches and see how powerful Mother Nature can be. Your self guided coastal drive will take you to the local beaches and wharves where you can witness huge waves brought to shore by the pounding ocean. Your guide also includes the best local joints to eat with food recommendations.
Your package Includes a self guided tour of the Shore Road all the way to Bacarro Point Lighthouse. The tour will make stops at all the best places to witness large waves, strong winds,  rare shore birds that have been "blown ashore" and places to do some great beachcombing after a storm. Your guide also includes directions to the best place to eat so you can make a day of your tour. Kids and dogs also like to go storm watching too. Here is a short video of one of the stops on the tour, Carleton Village Beach.

Price:  FREE! for all Boulder Cove Guests.

Fine Print:
For prime storm vacationing please visit theweathernetwork.ca  for storm forecasts. Look for winds over 40km an hour. Please call, toll free, anytime if you have any questions or would like to make a reservation- 1-866-SEA-STOP

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