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The Hopewell Rocks, at low tide

New Brunswick

New Brunswick

Where seawaters soar

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.

Itineraries

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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Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia
First Class Holidays

Tides & Parks Of Atlantic Canada  External Link Title

From GBP 4,649 per person

22 days / 20 nights

This “Best of the East” adventure brings you a combination of the Atlantic provinces’ most magnificent vistas, thrilling adventures, charming villages and fascinating cities. You will begin in the maritime city of Halifax before traversing Nova Scotia’s picturesque fishing villages and rugged coastal landscapes to the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick. Highlights include Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton, the Bras d’Or Lake and Cabot Trail. Newfoundland’s magnificent coastline is the highlight of this energizing trip. You will seek out whales amid huge icebergs.