The Flavours of New Brunswick
Located in eastern Canada, New Brunswick is known for its natural beauty.
Sharing borders with Quebec to the north and Nova Scotia to the south, its rugged Atlantic coastline is dotted with sandstone cliffs and sandy beaches, with picturesque lighthouses and plenty of natural wonders to keep the whole family entertained. From whale and bird watching to (yes) surfing on the Bay of Fundy’s Tidal Bore, the possibilities are practically endless.
Famous for Lobster and Oysters, gourmands will delight in the freshness of the ocean-caught seafood, and the cities of Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton offer plenty of entertainment value with world-class casinos, theatre, and live music venues galore. Its seacoast is sheltered from the harshest Atlantic influences by Prince Edward Island, and over three-quarters of the province is covered in dense forest, which is broken up by several river valleys, along which you will find much of the province’s population.
New Brunswick is Canada’s only officially bilingual (French and English) province, and you’ll find friendly people everywhere you go who are willing to share their hospitality and their unique culture, which is strongly aboriginal, followed by French in the 1700s and British in the 1800s. A four-season destination, the beaches and parks of summer give way to breathtakingly colourful trees in the autumn, followed by snowmobiling and alpine skiing adventures in winter.
New Brunswick is only a short bridge away from both Prince Edward and Nova Scotia - and is a must while on an Atlantic Canada adventure. Our Canada Speclaists can create the perfect itinerary for you built around your needs. We can include accommodation, flights, attraction tickets, and car hire. All our holiday packages are ABTA and ATOL protected.