Halifax Hot Tub Covers
Technically, Halifax is not a city. In 1994, the government amalgamated Halifax and the surrounding region to create the Halifax Regional Municipality. That hasn’t changed all that Halifax stands for, however. Its history, culture and hospitality are deep-rooted, and everyone who visits are treated to the best that the East Coast has to offer.
The waterfront is home to the Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk, which is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike. It is accessible 24 hours a day and features several shops and historical buildings. Many mid-size ships dock here, and it is also the base for tour boats, including the famous, Theodore Too.
Halifax and the ill-fated Titanic are forever linked, as the city played a key role in the aftermath of the tragedy. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic features a permanent Titanic exhibit, and there are several other Titanic sites across the city. You can even visit the Fairview Lawn Cemetery where over 100 victims are laid to rest, more than any other cemetery in the world.
If you love to explore the outdoors, then Halifax is definitely your ideal playground. Hiking, canoeing, kayaking, scuba-diving, snorkeling and more can all be enjoyed here. Whale-watching tours are a popular tourist attraction in Halifax as well. There are also many beaches to enjoy, whether you want to swim, or just lie on the sand and work on your tan. After a day at the beach, you can go back to your hotel, slip back the hot tub cover and relax while the warm jets massage your muscles.
There are many lighthouse tours that will mesmerize and captivate you as you learn the historic nature of these structures. Perhaps the most famous is the lighthouse at Peggy’s Cove, just a short drive away from downtown Halifax. It’s definitely worth the drive!
Halifax is home to the Mooseheads, a QMJHL (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League) team. People on the East Coast may be more laid back than the rest of Canada, but they take their hockey very seriously, just like the rest of the country. It’s the national sport, after all. You’ll find plenty of NHL fans here, too. Many are Montreal Canadiens fans (also known as the “Habs.”) You might even find some Toronto Maple Leafs fans here too. Some die-hard fans are showing their support with NHL licensed hot tub covers. There is no mistaking who your favorite team is when you have spa covers adorned with your team’s logo and colors.
No matter what time of year you visit, Halifax offers something for everyone. Arts and culture, festivals, skiing, skating, hiking, breathtaking scenery, museums and historic landmarks are just a small taste of what you will find here. The restaurants offer some of the finest seafood in the world, and the hotels and bed and breakfasts are filled with friendly staff that will go out of their way to accommodate your needs.
Once you visit, you’ll want to come back again and again, to experience the very best in history, nature and wildlife.