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New Brunswick

New Brunswick is one of Canada's three Maritime provinces and also the only province to be officially bilingual, both English and French are spoken.  Bordering the US state of Maine and just below Quebec, New Brunswick is an ideal province to visit to explore the great outdoors, with the Bay of Fundy, Appalachian range and a scenic coastline with a number of lighthouses.  The capital of New Brunswick is Fredericton and the province also hosts the towns of Moncton and St John.

Pristine natural beauty, hospitable locals, fantastic cuisine and a host of leisure activities make New Brunswick an unforgettable travel destination. Among its most famous attractions is the Bay of Fundy, where ebb and flow of the tides sees an incredible billion tonnes of water come in and out of the bay per day.

A highlight travel experience of the region is island-hopping around the Bay of Fundy using the local ferry system. Other prime activities include sport-fishing off the coast and fly-fishing in the surrounding lakes and rivers, and whale watching just off the coast, with the chance to see up to 12 different whale species!

Bay of Fundy

Stretching along 270km of Canada’s eastern Atlantic shores, the Bay of Fundy beckons visitors with its dramatic scenic beauty and array of outdoor pursuits, which include hiking along pristine nature trails, kayaking along the coast, and whale-watching at the mouth of the bay.

The bay is also known for its extraordinarily high tides – during each tide cycle, an incredible 160 billion tons of water pours in and out of the bay, forming impressive rapids and whirlpools at certain locations.



Serving as the capital of New Brunswick in Eastern Canada, Fredericton rests on the banks of the St. John River. This popular vacation destination is well-known for its rich history, cultural heritage and leisure activities. It provides an excellent base for visitors to explore the magnificent surrounding area.

Fredericton features an array of comfortable accommodation options, tree-lined streets fringed by heritage buildings, superb restaurants, and a scenic riverfront perfect for an array of recreational activities.

Visitors can look forward to exploring the heart of the city which is home to the Historic Garrison District, a restored 18th-century British army base boasting an outdoor theatre, numerous artist’s studio’s and a ceremonial changing of the guards; viewing international and Canadian art collections at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, and browsing a variety of handicrafts and locally-grown fresh produce at the Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market.

Other popular activities include camping, hiking, zip-lining, and kayaking.


Saint John

Situated along the northern shore of the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Canada, the port city of Saint John is the province’s largest city. It has recently undergone a revitalising transformation, evolving from a purely industrial port into a sophisticated urban tourist destination attracting many cruise ships, which dock at its rejuvenated waterfront.

This Maritime city boasts a bustling downtown area, impressive Victorian architecture, and old steep, narrow side streets. Visitors can look forward to meandering through the heart of the city to explore restaurants, cafes, antique shops, boutiques, art galleries and wine bars that are housed in converted warehouses.

Other attractions include New Brunswick Museum and the Reversing Falls Rapids, a good spot to view the famous Fundy tides.


Kouchibouguac National Park

Situated on the east coast of the Canadian province of New Brunswick, Kouchibouguac National Park protects a wonderfully scenic expanse of wilderness known for its coastal forests, lagoons, salt marshes, bogs, and idyllic sandy beaches.

This pristine landscape serves as an ideal habitat for a wide range of wildlife including bobcats, mooses, porcupines, black bears, large colonies of seals, and a variety of seabirds. Visitors can look forward to exploring the park’s extensive network of mountain biking paths, hiking trails and groomed cross-country ski tracks.

Other popular activities include swimming, camping, picnicking, and exploring the magnificent Kouchibouguac River in a traditional voyageur-style canoe.


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Flights to Fredericton are indirect from the UK and take approximately 14 hours including change of aircraft


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