Welcome to Earth Rhythms, an award-winning boutique Nova Scotia experiential tourism company dedicated to fostering travel conversations and custom immersive experiences with creative people in out-of-the-way places where we live beside the Bay of Fundy and the Annapolis and Gaspereau Valleys. The low mountains and rich agricultural valleys beside the marine environment of the Minas Basin (part of the Bay of Fundy) have created a climate where Acadian forests, orchards, vineyards, organic farms thrive offering intersecting walking trails and intimate viewpoints of coastal shorelines, highland forests, waterfalls, and Acadian historical dikes. Mi’Kmaq, Acadians, Black Nova Scotians, and settler communities have evolved with different relationships to the land and sea over time. Since 1996, we have been crafting experiences all over Canada. Celes Davar, owner and president, provides customized facilitated training and community-based experiential tourism training throughout Canada. More
Custom Day Trips
A day trip simply takes a part or full day. It’s your choice. Tell us how long you have, and we can discuss options for how long it takes to travel, what we might do, where we might go walking, eat, and what we might make. This helps us to make choices about which “makers” you will meet. Makers are creative people who make things, books, songs, or food. They are passionate, and happy to share.
Celes Davar is a biologist, photographer, walker, and storyteller. He is passionate about connecting people in his community to those who wish to learn about culture, art, and live music in Nova Scotia. Through walking, he and his fellow guides help travellers develop insights about our relationship to local ecology, landscapes, and the planet. He’s a foodie, and loves learning about and introducing guests to local food cultural traditions, often with a twist. He is also a lover of live roots and folk music believing that our songwriters today are some of our best contemporary poets.