"Seals, bears and seagulls" Kejimkujik National Park by King_Golo

Kejimkujik National Park Travel Guide: 9 reviews and 23 photos

I'm sure that Kejimkujik NP (pronounced "catch-'im-a-coo-jick") is a very nice place. My guidebook describes it as a canoeing paradise, a hiker's dream and a heaven for wildlife. Unfortunately, I didn't make it there because it was too far off my route. Instead I went to Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct NP, a small exclave of the original NP which is located on Nova Scotia's south shore. You can go for a nice hike there, too, and you can also enjoy birdwatching.

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  • Pros:beautiful nature and nice hikes
  • In a nutshell:Seaside Adjunct only!
  • Last visit to Kejimkujik National Park: Sep 2007
  • Intro Updated Jun 19, 2016
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  • Faiza-Ifrah's Profile Photo
    Sep 19, 2008 at 9:01 PM

    i am 1st time on any of your pages. you have good personal advice on this page. i am planning a visit to this np in summer 2009 :-)


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