The gateway to Atlantic Canada

New Brunswick is probably the least visited maritime province. However, the expansive landscape is easily explored by camper and the characterful Acadian culture pervades through the interesting townships and traditional fishing communities.

Nestled between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Atlantic Canada’s Bay of Fundy is home to the highest tides in the world.

Explore your New Brunswick adventures

    Maritimes

    En Route in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. This 19 night/20 day route starts in Halifax and will display the most scenic and historical destinations that the Maritimes has to offer! The natural beauty, vibrant cultures, and…

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      Museums

      Visit the impressive museums, heritage centres, historic places, science centres, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres. Learn, relax, absorb some culture, and be entertained!

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        Kayak and Canoe Tours

        The rugged Pacific and Atlantic coasts and calm and tranquil North American lakes and rivers. the best way to explore them is from the seat of a kayak. We offer all services from rental kayaks, small group trips, guided tours to even multi-day expeditions,…

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          Whale Watching

          The surrounding seawaters are abundant with the world’s largest and most intriguing ocean mammals. Our whale watch tours target the main species; Orca, Grey whales and Humpback whales in the West, and Humpback whales, Fin whales and Minke whales along the East Coast. We…

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            Fishing Charters

            Canada has some of the best and diverse freshwater and saltwater fishing in the world for first timers and for experienced anglers. Fishing for salmon or the prehistoric white sturgeon of fly fishing for trout or steelhead? Our guided tours are operated by the…

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