Bay of Fundy

Vacation by the World’s Highest Tides

Few places on Earth are as awe-inspiring as New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy. A visit to this special place will reward you with magnificent tides, breathtaking coastline and endless adventure.

The Bay of Fundy tides are best explored at The Hopewell Rocks, where you can walk around the famous “flowerpot rocks” at low tide then watch them slowly disappear. And that’s not all – there are plenty of ways to experience the wonder of Fundy. Bike along the Fundy Trail, rappel down craggy cliffs, set up camp at Fundy National Park or head out to sea on a whale-watching excursion. You can even experience a billion years of Earth’s history at Stonehammer Geopark, North America's first UNESCO supported geopark.

For a true coastal experience, spend a day island-hopping around the Fundy Isles or beachcombing at New River Beach Provincial Park. Discover the secrets of the bay during a guided tour or go off the beaten path to explore the Amazing Places of the UNESCO Fundy Biosphere Reserve.

If you are looking for a distinct coastal experience, plan to make the scenic drive along the Bay of Fundy between two of the friendliest neighbours in the world – Maine, USA and New Brunswick. We’re happy to share our Two-Nation Vacation ideas with you. 

Miles of untouched coastline are just waiting to be discovered along New Brunswick’s spectacular Fundy coast.  Plan your Bay of Fundy getaway today!

Bay of Fundy Trip Ideas for You

Travel to the Bay of Fundy to get away from the everyday and connect with the land and sea. Whether your ideal vacation consists of recreation or relaxation, you’ll create memories that will last a lifetime on New Brunswick’s Fundy coast.

City Excursion
Discover the port city of Saint John, where you can browse the City Market, zip across Reversing Rapids and have a “whale of a time” at the New Brunswick Museum. End with a succulent seafood feast.

Outdoor Adventure
Make Fundy National Park your home base, then head out on day excursions of your choosing: The Hopewell Rocks, Cape Enrage, bike tours and sea kayaking are all within driving distance.

Whales 'n Wildlife
Head out to sea on a whale-watching excursion, where your adventure could take place on a traditional Tall Ship, a comfortable cruiser or a racing Zodiac. Prepare your sea legs and get ready to say hello to New Brunswick’s largest residents!

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RMR: Rick Goes Whale-Watching

Rick and opera star Measha Brueggergosman head to St. Andrews, NB to go whale watching in the Bay of Fundy.
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