The Flavours of New Brunswick
Holiday Reference: 16277
While its diverse cultures such as French Acadian, English, Irish, Scottish and First Nations Mik’mag and Maliseet heritage, adds spice to New Brunswick, it’s the dramatic coastline that initially draws people to this region. In particular, the Bay of Fundy coastline which is home to the highest tides in the world – rising up to an incredible 52 feet. Walk on the ocean floor at low tide among giant rock formations at Hopewell Rocks carved by the power of the incredible Bay of Fundy tides and just 6 hours later, kayak the very same spot. Head out to see over 12 species of whales, including the endangered North Atlantic Right Whale. Seafood is abundant in New Brunswick from lobster to salmon to mussels to scallops; it is a seafood lover’s paradise! Scenic coastal drives beg to be explored, mixed with the people, which will create lasting memories.
Price based on July departure. Other dates available May - October 2019 - Call for details!