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The Hopewell Rocks, at low tide

New Brunswick

New Brunswick

In New Brunswick, once-in-a-lifetime adventure awaits. Discover the highest tides in the world, an ocean teeming with marine life, dozens of sandy beaches, and endless opportunities to be immersed in local cultures, cuisine and nightlife.

New Brunswick is home to 15 First Nations communities — including the Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqiyik — who have called the province home for thousands of years. They are an integral part of the province’s culture. In fact, New Brunswick has more Indigenous-named rivers, towns and other landmarks than any other Atlantic province.

Listen to generations of Oral History passed down by the Mi'gmaq People while walking the rugged 150-kilometre Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail. Stay at a cozy lodge and learn the skills of fly fishing from the Metepenagiag Mikmaq Nation. Or attend an energetic pow wow in the summer to celebrate vibrant cultures through song, dance, food and craft.


A bridge over the Saint John (also known as Wolastoq) River
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Just off the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, the capital of New Brunswick is a riverfront city, where more than 120 kilometres of trails create a scenic network for outdoor exploration alongside the Wolastoq (“Beautiful River” in Maliseet) before it flows into the Bay of Fundy.


Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in New Brunswick, there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore.

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Travel packages

Great regional escapes

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Ballet by the Ocean
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SeaSide Delights  External Link Title

From CAD 499 per person

3 days / 2 nights

A romantic getaway, an experiential trip with friends or family, whatever your excuse - you need to gather your preferred few and try these must do coastal delights. You will have no regrets with this staycation package that includes 2 nights’ stay, a marine wildlife safari, entrance to Kouchibouguac National Park and a captivating performance and culinary delights of Ballet by the Ocean.

Fishing village
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Embrace the beauty of the Canadian Maritimes on this 10-day Atlantic Canada road trip through spectacular coastal scenery, charming fishing villages and magnificent national parks.

A winding road situated upon a forest covered cliff sits in the background of a look out, which shows a view of the ocean.
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Maritimes Coastal Wonders  External Link Title

From CAD 4,599 per person

11 days, 10 nights

From the nautical beauty of Peggy’s Cove to the rugged splendor of the Cabot Trail, the Maritimes will enchant you. Choose how you explore Lunenburg – at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic or on a locally guided walking tour. Undertake a competition to cook the best mussels. Visit the Anne of Green Gables Museum and learn about potato farming. See the 4-story high Hopewell Rocks. Savor a traditional Maritimes lobster feast and learn how to eat lobster like a local. Visit the Bay of Fundy where some of the world’s highest tides are recorded. Don’t miss the rugged beaches, picturesque fishing villages, and rich seafaring history of Canada’s amazing Maritime Provinces.