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4 - 5 days
Experience the world’s highest tides and explore the great outdoors.
World wonders are closer than you think. This road trip will have you walking on the ocean floor, kayaking the world’s highest tides and sampling local cuisine at the hottest spots in town. The only thing you really have to decide is if you want to sit out under the stars in the national park, or view them from a patio in the heart of the city.
Looking for even more of the Bay of Fundy experience? Continue to the Fundy Wonders & Whales Route.
Less than an hour from The Hopewell Rocks, Moncton is a vibrant city characterised by its bilingual culture. Farmers markets, tidal waters and a lively downtown make Moncton the perfect home-base for Fundy adventure.
The chef’s innovative menu showcases the best ingredients from local farmers, fishermen and meat producers, all within 100 miles of the restaurant.
TreeGO is an adult/youth aerial adventure, challenging and exhilarating, as you move from one course to another.
Home of the Moncton Museum, Transportation Discovery Centre, Moncton Visitor Information Centre and Free Meeting House. Exhibitions, education centre, gift shop and café.
A diverse collection of animals from every corner of the globe. Don’t miss daily shows, two animal contact areas and the educational camps!
With tides that rise and fall 48-feet twice daily, The Hopewell Rocks are a wonder to behold.Kayak, hike, and explore the ocean floor all in a day.
Walk along beautiful coastal trails and experience the dramatic rise and fall of the World’s Highest Tides during this informative guided excursion.
Surround yourself with awe-inspiring rock formations as you walk the ocean floor at low tide and take in the giant “flowerpots” towering above.
Outdoor adventures at the ranch! Enjoy horseback riding, canoeing, biking, indoor rock-climbing wall and a low-element challenge course in the stunning surroundings of the Bay of Fundy.
Baymount’s “Kayak The Rocks” excursion offers guests a unique opportunity to experience the awesome Bay of Fundy tides during the highest tidal paddling tour on earth!
A beacon of adventure, Cape Enrage brings out the explorer in everyone. It features towering cliffs, a famous lighthouse and a number of family friendly activities.
Quaint cultural community on the shores of Shepody River. Year-round outdoor activities. 20 minutes to The Hopewell Rocks, Fundy National Park, Cape Enrage.
Rappel the rocky cliffs, try a zip line or climb up a natural rock wall at scenic Cape Enrage. Historic lighthouse, restaurant, gallery and shop.
Zip along the magnificent Bay of Fundy and rappel down a 43-m (140-ft.) cliff towards the rocky ocean floor. What a rush!
New Brunswick is a birding hotspot, and if you enjoy searching out new species or casually birdwatching while in nature, you’re in for a real treat.
The great outdoors somehow seems even greater out here. From trails and beaches to golf and camping, this park is a gem waiting to be discovered.
Enjoy freshly cooked lobsters on the shore of the Bay of Fundy. We crack them for you while you watch and offer many other Maritime favourites.
Kayak along the dramatic coastline of Fundy National Park. Explore cliffs, caves, or low-tide vistas while paddling through this magnificent UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Be a part of this 1930’s Maritime kitchen party where laughter, dancing, music and skits featuring the community “goings-on” will immediately make you feel like family.
Connect with nature, discover the magical Acadian forest and learn the secrets of the Bay of Fundy’s giant tides. Wildlife viewing.
Nestled between sea cliffs and sandy beaches, St. Martins is the gateway to The Fundy Trail. Grab a fresh bowl of chowder to fuel your adventure.
Explore the St. Martins Sea Caves by kayak! Paddle under covered bridges in the historic harbour, discover the Fundy Trail coastline, and enjoy smoked salmon on the beach.
Once a shipbuilding centre, this Gateway to The Fundy Trail is famous for its red cliffs, caves and birdwatching activities.
Community museum with a focus on the shipbuilding heritage, the local history of the St. Martins area and fascinating stories of the golden age of sail.
Spectacular from every view... whether by motorcoach, car, bike, hiking trails or kayak. Scenic lookouts, footpaths, beaches, footbridge and an Interpretive Centre. Wildlife viewing.
Part of every road trip is exploring along the way. Each route offers something different,but these are some things to keep an eye out for the in the area.
126-room luxury hotel adjacent to Casino New Brunswick. Deluxe rooms and suites. Spa, pool. Enclosed pedway to casino, restaurant and entertainment centre.
Historic shipbuilder’s villa circa 1857 welcomes you to breathtaking bay views, delightful accommodations and fine dining. Various themed packages available.
Rustic pine cottages overlooking the Bay of Fundy. Close to The Hopewell Rocks and Fundy National Park. Lake and quiet beaches nearby.
Family campground on an environmentally concerned property. RV sites with full service (30/50 amps) sites and unserviced tenting sites.The Hopewell Rocks 1 km (0.6 mi.) away.
Fundy Tides Road Trip
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