New Brunswick

Average flight time from UK: 10h 35m          Capital: Fredericton


Discover the enchanting charm of New Brunswick, a treasure trove of natural splendor, rich history, and cultural vibrancy nestled along Canada's Atlantic coast. This picturesque province, where the forest meets the sea, beckons with its awe-inspiring vistas, abundant wildlife, and the warmest welcome in Canada. As the only bilingual province, New Brunswick is a tapestry of French and English influences, offering a unique blend of tradition and hospitality.


Immerse yourself in a world where the mighty Bay of Fundy boasts the highest tides on the planet. Explore the charming towns of Shediac, the world-renowned Lobster Capital, and tread along the Fundy Footpath, celebrated as one of the globe's best hiking trails. From the bustling streets of Moncton and Saint John to the tranquil ambiance of Fredericton, New Brunswick's urban centers are a delightful mix of culinary delights, vibrant nightlife, and quaint shopping experiences, all within a safe and friendly environment.


Embrace the call of the ocean in a province where no corner is more than 180 km from the sea, perfect for seafood aficionados and adventure seekers alike. Experience the magic of all four seasons, with spring, summer, and autumn offering a climate ideal for exploring the great outdoors.


New Brunswick's soul is deeply rooted in its Indigenous heritage, primarily the Mi’gmaq, and a storied past of European settlers from the French to the Loyalists. This rich mosaic of cultures has given rise to a maritime culture, fiercely independent yet incredibly warm, with a "joie de vivre" that's contagious.


The province's accessibility is unmatched, sharing borders with Maine, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. Discover five distinctive tourism regions, each with its own allure. From the Acadian Coast's festive spirit and Miramichi River Valley's serene beauty to the Appalachian Range's majestic peaks, the historical Saint John River Valley, and the awe-inspiring Fundy Coast, New Brunswick is a mosaic of breathtaking landscapes and stories.


Step into Fredericton, where the past meets the present, or experience the friendly vibe of Moncton, a stone's throw away from some of the most picturesque coastlines. Don't miss Saint John, a city steeped in Loyalist history and home to the fascinating Reversing Falls.


Indulge in a variety of accommodations, from the cozy inns and resorts offering a slice of local life to self-catering cottages and lodges nestled in nature's embrace. For the adventurous, glamping and camping in New Brunswick's wilderness offer an unforgettable experience.


With endless activities, from kayaking the Bay of Fundy to whale watching and embracing the great outdoors, New Brunswick is a playground for nature lovers, history enthusiasts, and adventure seekers. Plan your journey to this captivating province where every visit is an adventure, every landscape a postcard, and every moment an invitation to immerse yourself in the beauty of New Brunswick. 

Welcome to a place where every path leads to discovery and every sunset promises a new day of wonder

      Enchanting New Brunswick: A Tapestry of Nature, Culture, and Adventure

Discover New Brunswick's Hidden Treasures: A Guide to Unforgettable Experiences and Scenic Marvels 

The Bay of Fundy:

  • Why Visit: Home to the world's highest tides, the Bay of Fundy is a natural wonder that offers a unique coastal experience. The tides can rise an incredible 16 meters, allowing for fascinating tidal walks and kayaking adventures around the sea stack monoliths at The Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park​​​​.
  • Must-Do: Walk on the ocean floor during low tide and kayak around the same area during high tide to fully appreciate the dramatic change.

The Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park:

  • Why Visit: Known for the impressive flowerpot rocks carved by the sea over thousands of years. This spot allows visitors to walk on the ocean floor, explore coves, and marvel at the towering sandstone formations topped with trees​​.
  • Instagrammable Spot: Capture the transition from low to high tide and the majestic formations that emerge from the waters.

Magnetic Hill Zoo:

  • Why Visit: As the largest zoo in Atlantic Canada, it's home to over 70 indigenous and exotic species. It offers a closer look at the animal kingdom with guided tours and educational programs​​.
  • Must-Do: Participate in a behind-the-scenes tour to learn more about the animals and conservation efforts.

Huntsman Fundy Discovery Aquarium:

  • Why Visit: This aquarium lets visitors 'feel' what it's like to be a sea creature with a large touch-pool filled with marine invertebrates. It's a hands-on experience unlike any other​​.
  • Must-Do: Interact with the sea stars, sea urchins, and anemones in the touch-pool.

New Brunswick's Lighthouses:

  • Why Visit: The lighthouses are not only functional but also historical landmarks offering scenic views and a glimpse into New Brunswick's seafaring history. They are perfect for those seeking a tranquil and picturesque environment​​.
  • Instagrammable Spot: The Head Harbour Lightstation on Campobello Island or the iconic Swallowtail Lightstation on Grand Manan Island offer stunning backdrops for photos.

Miscou Island Lighthouse:

  • Why Visit: Open to visitors, this lighthouse provides sweeping views from the top and is a testament to the maritime culture of the area​​.
  • Must-Do: Climb to the top for a panoramic view of the surrounding waters and landscape.

Each of these destinations offers a unique slice of New Brunswick, blending natural beauty, cultural depth, and interactive experiences. They are perfect for creating lasting memories and capturing stunning photographs that encapsulate the essence of this diverse province. Whether you're walking on the ocean floor, paddling around ancient rock formations, interacting with wildlife, or soaking in the history and views at a lighthouse, New Brunswick's hidden gems and must-do activities promise an enriching and unforgettable adventure.

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   Time difference to the UK - 4 hours

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