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LaHave Islands, Kayaking, Nova Scotia, South Shore
Canada

On a small LaHave Island, just north of Round Island.

The LaHave Islands are located at the mouth of the LaHave River Estuary, off the shore of Lunenburg County, on the South-West coast of Nova Scotia, Canada. The group of islands consists of George I., Bush I., Bear I., Jenkins I., Bell I., Hirtle I., East Spectacle I., Moshers I., Tumblin I., Wolfe I., LaHave I., Cabbage I., Middle I., Round I., Outer I., and the largest of all, the Cape LaHave Island, besides numerous smaller islands.

This area is a true Seakayaker’s paradise.

The name LaHave in settlements and the river estuary are named after Cap de la Hève, near Le Havre, France.

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Uploaded: 15/08/2010
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