New Brunswick

New Brunswick is bounded by the US to the west, Québec to the north and Nova Scotia to the south, providing the bridge from the Maritime provinces to the rest of Canada. It is probably most famous for the awesome Bay of Fundy with its enormous tides, dunes stretching for miles and the salmon fishing.

You can also go island hopping around the three Fundy Islands; the “Fundy sisters” as they are sometimes called: Grand Manan, Campobello Island and Deer Island. New Brunswick is also the place for whale watching – many whales live in the waters surrounding New Brunswick, including the right whale, one of the rarest whales in the world.

There are good connections via Halifax to Fredericton, New Brunswick’s capital, making it possible to have a fantastic self-drive holiday where you can explore all the pretty inns of New Brunswick, witness the whales of the Bay of Fundy, walk on the ocean floor, enjoy the lively festivals and of course, dine on the ever-present and delicious sea food.

St Andrews Nature Cruise

Daily June-October.

Departing from St. Andrews, New Brunswick, you will cruise through the narrow island passages of the Deer Island archipelago on route to the open Bay of Fundy. Rich in wildlife and history the area is a world renowned marine ecology zone. through your whales search expect to see minke, finback and humpback whales, harbour seals, porpoise, blue herons and bald eagles.

Why should I visit New Brunswick?

Little Big Bear Safari, Acadieville

This Little Big Bear Safari is located in Acadieville, New Brunswick Canada,

One of the few places on Eastern Canada where you could see Black Bears. You will be watching the bears from a comfortable and safe tower. Observe these magnificent animals feed and interact in their natural environment. Each day, a different scenario; in the springtime, you might see charming bear cubs playing with mother bear.

The bears appear more frequently during the warmer months of the year.
Daily from Mid May to Mid October