Visit New Brunswick on Holiday
New Brunswick, along Canada’s East coast, is one of the country’s most interesting and diverse provinces. Discover a quaint, old-world charm in this amazing destination and explore its natural coastal features. New Brunswick is a must-visit on any holiday to Atlantic Canada!
Witness the world’s highest tides at Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park and walk the ocean floor at low tide. The Bay of Fundy is a fantastic destination for kayaking - immerse yourself in one of the world’s richest ecosystems on an amazing kayak tour around Deer Island. Being in a kayak allows you to fully experience your beautiful surroundings, including secluded islands, abundant marine life, lighthouse and quaint fishing villages. Keep an eye out for the local wildlife including bald eagles, harbour seals and harbour porpoise.
The jewel in the Bay of Fundy is undoubtedly Grand Manan Island. Discover unspoiled natural beauty and friendly people in this unique destination, which is the largest of the Fundy Isles. With gorgeous beaches, soaring cliffs, colourful fishing boats and some of the best whale-watching in the world, you’ll be glad you added Grand Manan Island to your New Brunswick bucket list.
New Brunswick is home to the warmest saltwater along the Acadian Coast north of Virginia, making it great for swimming and water sports. Learn all about the famous Atlantic Canadian lobster (New Brunswick is where you can find the world’s largest lobster!) on an exciting lobster cruise. Discover how this coveted crustacean is harvested, haul your own lobster and enjoy a delicious lobster dinner at the end!
The province is also home to two national parks – Kouchibouguac National Park and Fundy National Park, both of which provide great opportunities for hiking amongst the gorgeous natural landscape. Experience some of the last remaining wilderness in south New Brunswick, including stunning waterfalls. If you want to see bears, visit the Little Big Bear Safari in Acadieville, where wild black bears roam free in their natural habitat as you view them from the safety of a tower.
There’s simply so much to do in this spectacular province – add New Brunswick to your Canadian holiday itinerary today!