Land of the Golden Arms

The Bras d'Or Lakes (the Golden Arms of Cape Breton) are often called the Island's inland sea. The water is brackish and littered with numerous islands of all sizes; the shore is varied and uneven and has been estimated at over 770 miles long. This tour sports just a few of the many beautiful views from the shore of the Bras d'Or in areas including Baddeck, Little Narrows, West Bay, Whycocomagh and Aberdeen.
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