On Cape Breton Island, we're all about getting lost—in the moment, in nature, in your own sense of adventure. But that's not to say we don't want to you arrive safely, on time, and with clear directions about where you're heading. Below are a few helpful resources about getting here quickly and easily.
The most common way to get into Cape Breton is by car via the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 104) at the Canso Causeway from mainland Nova Scotia.
There is bus service offered by Acadian Lines. Shuttle Service is provided between Halifax and Sydney and environs by several companies who travel at various times throughout the day.
Cape Breton Island is serviced by Sydney Airport. Most flights to and from Sydney go to Halifax and then to major destinations such as Toronto, Boston and Montreal.
From Newfoundland to Cape Breton Island, Port-aux-Basques to North Sydney, daily service year round. Argentia to North Sydney, three times weekly, June 22 to October. For reservations and schedules, call Marine Atlantic Reservations, 1-800-341-7981.
Information courtesy of: www.cbisland.com