$10 Clam Digging – Belliveau Cove, NS

Clam Digging Tour Nova Scotia

We just returned from three days of adventures in Clare, where we were filming a short video series on some of the great people, places, and activities in the region. On our last day, we met Max.

Max and his girlfriend run Thibodeau’s Fruit and Veggie Stand, and help run Beau Vendredi and the Saturday Farmer’s Market.  Last year he started offering $10 clam digging tours, where guests could get their hands dirty and learn to spot, dig, prepare, and eat clams fresh from the sand.

Max is a delightful human being and a wealth of knowledge. You really need to hear him talk about this adventure, which you can do in the video below.

A day of sun, sand, and clam digging in Belliveau Cove. This is a must-do summer adventure. Plus, $10 for an hour-long lesson in clam digging can’t be beat.

Location:
Meet at Belliveau Cove Municipal Park
3239 Route 1, Nova Scotia

Dates and Times:
Click HERE to see the schedule.

Contact:
Tours can be booked by phone (902)769-2345 or by email vicclare@gmail.com

 

Cost:
$10 for Adults
$5 Kids 16 and under

More Photos:

This video is part of a series of adventures had along the Baie Sainte Marie. Check out more in this series below:

Le Petit Bois
Bangor Sawmill
Smugglers Cove
$10 Clam Digging in Belliveau Cove

Thank you to Rendez-Vous de la Baie for bringing us to Clare (and making sure we had a place to rest our heads and fill our bellies). It is organizations like yours that helps us continue to tell our travel tales.

Subscribe to me on YouTube

Follow our adventures live:
@GillianWesleyNS
@DrewMooreNS
Facebook

About the author

The Local Traveler

Two travellers' tales of finding adventure on the East Coast. This blog is dedicated to the best parts of travel, and to discovering, celebrating and promoting things to do in our corner of the world, and sometimes beyond. We especially love craft beer, day trips, romantic escapes, local food & hidden gems. Join our community on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and share tips and photos of your favourite East Coast adventures.

Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube