Best Things to do in New Brunswick

The Boutique Adventurer

From whale watching in St. Andrews to fantastic New Brunswick tours to staying in some charming hotels, this Canadian province has so much to offer.


St. Martins Sea Caves

At low tide, it is possible to walk along the beach and into the caves – with a small amount of water to cross.


Drive The Fundy Trail Parkway

After entry, you are essentially on a long road with fantastic views and loads of great places to stop. There are 18 different well sign-posted viewpoints on the Fundy Trail and many have picnic tables and facilities.


See The Reversing Falls of Saint John

The Reversing Falls New Brunswick are created by the collision of the Saint John River and the Bay of Fundy.


Fundy National Park

This means that Fundy National park New Brunswick not only has 80 square miles of gorgeous parkland, but it also has the fantastic Fundy Coastline, hiking trails, the highest tides in the world and 25 waterfalls.


Visit Cape Enrage

Cape Enrage has been sitting at the southern tip of the New Brunswick side of the Bay of Fundy for 140 years.


Hopewell Rocks

I highly recommend visiting Hopewell Rocks New Brunswick at both high tides and at low tide for photos. Both will result in very different shots.

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