Baddeck Harbour Transfers Shuttles
SYD airport transfers
About 20 miles west from the Port of Sydney’s constant flow of cruise ship arrivals, the smaller lakeside beauty of Baddeck Harbour offers central access to the quaint village-like scenery of Baddeck as well as various waterfront towns along the shores of Nova Scotia’s Bras d’Or Lake. Whether guests are just passing through or making a grand arrival, any angle of the region’s famed Breton Island is a good one. Look forward to what the day’s got in store by ensuring easy travels on land as much as by sea, reserving a private vehicle ranging from sedans, vans and SUVs perfect for taking a self-guided tour through the distant mountains and waterfalls of northern Nova Scotia, also considering a meet-and-greet service to trade some of that freedom for a bit more relaxation through the courtesy of taxis that make drop offs to all-in-one parklands easy, as well as local personal drivers in the know of where to grab some great lobster.
In terms of what there is to do in the immediate area, start with what’s close to Baddeck Harbour first, getting unique perspectives of the cruise ship’s fascinating architecture by means of journeying to Kidston Island for an afternoon of lighthouse lookouts, starting with the Kidston Island Lighthouse on the east end before moving to Kidston Island West End Lighthouse. And when it comes to discovering unique attractions on the mainland, look forward to a handful of exhibits that include the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site’s vast museum dedicated to the Canadian inventor, more believable acts found at Theatre Baddeck’s cottage-like ambiance housing locally written pieces. For those interested in kicking back somewhere quiet, also consider ethereal escapes toward the Uisge Ban Falls Provincial Park for much needed nature time, finally retiring with dinner close to the cruise port, either at the waterfront industrial-rustic ambiance of The Freight Shed or casual outdoor eats and good conversation from Captain Capers Fish and Chips.