There just aren’t enough minutes in the hour to experience all of the extraordinary moments that make up a New Brunswick day. From the exhilarating heights of the Bay of Fundy tides, dubbed One of the Marine Wonders of the World, to the magnificent white sand dunes of Bouctouche, New Brunswick is home to some of the most spectacular Natural Wonders in the Maritimes.
The more adventurous can explore caves, rappel down cliffs, go kiteboarding, learn to skydive or whiz through the treetops on ziplines. Gentler pursuits include cycling, hiking, paddling a sea kayak through our stunning coastal scenery or simply being pampered in a spa. Arts lovers have a wide variety of galleries, studios and festivals to discover. Beaches apart, there are numerous other family attractions such as Kings Landing to entertain you and the kids.
Come to New Brunswick to see one of the world’s true marine wonders.... More »
The Bay of Fundy has been announced as a finalist of the"New 7 Wonders of Nature", one of only 2 in North America and the only Canadian finalist. To see more details and to vote for the Bay of Fundy go here.
Another joy of New Brunswick is the old-fashioned charm of our 62 remaining covered bridges. Far from being relics, many of these historical, romantic structures remain part of the province’s secondary road network....
In addition to offering you wonderful whale watching, there is a huge varied range of activities and experiences to enjoy, New Brunswick has so many more unexpected treats for the visitor.
New Brunswick is an angler’s paradise: fly-fishers from around the world (past visitors have included Marilyn Monroe and HRH Prince Charles) come here to challenge the legendary – almost mythical - waters of the Miramichi River for the king of the game fish, the Atlantic salmon. Come, too for smallmouth bass - the St. John River is famous for its bass!