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5 - 6 Days
Experience coastal culture and outdoor adventure along the Bay of Fundy.
Get ready for an East of Ordinary adventure. Featuring the world’s highest tides, gentle giants and some of the most colourful culture in the region, this road trip gives you the true Fundy experience. Explore Canada’s oldest city and hop on a ferry to the alluring Fundy Isles – sampling as many lobster rolls as you can along the way.
Looking for even more of the Bay of Fundy experience? Continue to the Fundy Treasures & Tides Ride.
Sitting along the Bay of Fundy, Saint John is filled with old-world charm. Unique architecture, vibrant restaurants, and historic sights make this city a must-visit.
A full-size Right whale, a geological trail through time, lumbering and shipbuilding history, exquisite furnishings and artworks.
Combine a sampling of some of New Brunswick’s finest wines, beer and food with a little bit of history and a whole lot of fun!
Monday to Saturday, open year round. Since 1876, country vendors, greengrocers, butchers, fish stalls, cafés, craftspeople sell their goods in this historical building.
Nature at its finest. With long stretches of sandy beach, sweeping cliffs and tidal pools, you’re going to want to park your tent and stay.
THE FUNDY TIDAL BEACH -- Campground and park featuring many recreational activities. Picnic area, sandy saltwater beach, volleyball court, playground, coastal nature trails and wildlife viewing, boardwalk, kayaking and canoeing.
Join the competition or cheer from the sidelines at this popular event in New River Beach Provincial Park. Plan to stay at the on-site campground.
Built in 1910, this covered bridge is 32 m (105 ft.) in length.
From downward dog to hangin’ with your dog, it’s time to get beachy in NB.
A timeless experience on the edge of the continent, the Fundy Isles are a world apart from the mainland yet just a ferry ride away.
Discover solitary beaches, hiking trails, birdwatching, whale-watching, kayaking, bicycling, lighthouses, rugged cliffs, museums, scenic fishing villages.
Drive aboard the ferry at Letete to Deer Island, where the tides of the Bay of Fundy create unlimited adventure.
Visit the Roosevelt Campobello International Park and the Herring Cove Provincial Park (camping, RV sites, and a 9-hole scenic golf course) on this beautiful, tranquil Fundy island.
Experience the best of the Bay of Fundy coast with these 10 essential stops.
Perched on a peninsula jutting into the Bay of Fundy, Saint Andrews is equal parts resort town and adventure haven. Whale-watching is just the beginning.
Your guided tour through magnificent grounds will have you rejoicing in the beauty of a garden. Enjoy afternoon tea and a special keepsake.
Learn about the fascinating creatures living in the Bay of Fundy. Tidal display, touch tank, Harbour seals, skate tank, seahorses, tours and more.
Stroll the inn’s garden alongside the chef, then savour the magic he creates with seasonal, local ingredients. Retire in an elegantly furnished room.
Head for the Bay of Fundy and sail the ocean on safe vessels guided by experts who know just what to look for.
As the beloved home to Ganong Bros., Canada’s oldest candy company, St. Stephen’s historic roots run deep. Discover its sweet history.
St. Stephen is home to Ganong Bros Ltd., Canada’s oldest candy company, and is the place to “Discover the Wonder of Chocolate”.
Located in the former chocolate- and candy-making factory, the museum tells the story of candy-making in St. Stephen.
This sweet festival celebrates our chocolate history, as St. Stephen is Canada's Chocolate Town. Seven days of celebration for everyone in the family!
Exhibition of historically significant artifacts, photos and stories in a museum dedicated to the heritage of the Charlotte County area. Free tours. Donations accepted.
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 in the area.
Overlooking Passamaquoddy Bay in St. Andrews by-the-Sea, this “Castle-by-the-Sea” blends old-world charm with modern luxury. Perfect location for pleasure or business.
Minutes away from city’s major attractions, this hotel features an indoor pool, free high-speed Internet and complimentary Express Start hot breakfast buffet.
Private cottages with a spectacular view of the bay. Beaches, whale-watching, lighthouse, provincial parks nearby.
Modern conveniences and old-world charm in delightful Victorian setting. Full breakfast, evening tea. Free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning. Close to Civic Centre and Canada-US border.
Fundy Wonders & Whales Road Trip
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