Shuttle Services on the North Shore from Clare to Halifax & Ferry-Ferry Service from Digby area

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Contact us at: 902-586-8302,
toll-free at 1-855-586-6140; txt 902-837-8302 

The Belliveau Cove Lighthouse
The lighthouse at Belliveau's Cove has weathered many a stormy sea

Come From Away? … Enjoy the charm and the uninterrupted beauty that makes Nova Scotia just a great place to be!

Visiting family or friends, perhas returning from a pleasure or business trip? Welcome Home

Our shuttle begins and ends in Clare and travels exclusively on Nova Scotia’s north shore, following the Evangeline Trail and Highway 101. Service is primarily door-to-door; however, if you are more than 5 km off the 101 and/or the Evangeline Trail, we may ask you to meet us at a specified location. Having said that, we do pick up in Annapolis Royal and Granville Ferry as well as several communities along our route.

We depart Clare & Weymouth between 8:00 & 8:30 each day, picking up and dropping off in towns and villages along the way to HRM and the airport.

All flights must be in by 2:00 pm; medical appointments should be scheduled between 12:30 & 1:30 in order to leave Halifax and or the airport no later than 3:00 pm. However, once all pre-booked passengers are on board, we leave. That can be as early as 12:30-1:00, but not later than 3:00 pm.

We're non-smoking owners, and our drivers don't smoke either! 


Accueil - Université Sainte-Anne

Southwest Nova!

Spring Has Sprung

While the calendar says that Spring is here, Mother Nature has different plans for us. Spring while official, is not sprung! until the grass is green and the daffodils can be seen nosing through the earth, still dulled from its winter coat.

While the snow is no longer, at least here in Belliveau's Cove, the wind seems to whip right through your bones, threatening to topple all but those with the gait of a moutain goat!

2:04 pm ast 


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The Historic Village of Weymouth

Acadian Interpretative and Cultural Centre

Smuggler's Cove - A Hide-Away of a By-Gone Era