Perfect for wildlife enthusiasts
The Bay of Fundy is a habitat for some of the world’s rarest whales, including the endangered North Atlantic right whale. They visit this spot every year to seek shelter, feed and give birth, making New Brunswick one of the world’s best places to whale watch.
Heritage and culture
Descended from French settlers, Acadians are known for their joie de vivre! Museums, historic sites, and living-villages bring their 400-year history to life, while restaurants and galleries provide a modern twist. Visitors can sample traditional food, participate in a craft workshop, listen to First Nations stories or even sleep in a traditional teepee.
Foodies can sample fresh seafood in Shediac, the ‘Lobster Capital of the World’, and experience farm to table produce paired with local beverages. Allow time to explore the hub city of Moncton, Saint John (the City on the Bay), New Brunswick’s capital Fredericton, plus quaint coastal communities and villages.
Hike past waterfalls in stunning national and provincial parks or kayak the world highest tides at the Hopewell Rocks in the Bay of Fundy. Take a road trip across New Brunswick where all routes lead to adventure and unspoiled charm.
Coastlines and stars
Explore over 5,500km of wild coastline, from the rugged Fundy region to Canada’s warmest saltwater beaches on the Acadian shores. Then check out one of the Dark Sky Preserves, such as Kouchibouguac National Park, for stargazing.