Here are a few reviews of our many adventures in New Brunswick:
“This program is delightful. It is a diverse educational experience that gave me good insight into the history of the British and Acadian people who settled the Maritime Provinces. In addition, I learned about the natural history of the area – why the tides are so high in the Bay of Fundy and what is the impact of that on the lives of ordinary people.”
“I always like to try something unique to the area to eat and our chef fixed fiddle head ferns, which were delicious, as was the very fresh lobster! I enjoyed the hiking but was always glad to know there was transportation if I felt I could not finish a hike. I felt very looked after and came home with a lot of knowledge about a fascinating part of the world.”
Whether navigated on foot or by coach, New Brunswick’s natural gems and human diversity are an inviting array of magical sea shores, quaint Acadian villages, pristine wilderness and the warmth of its locals. You can observe and learn about the melding of the human and natural history that shaped New Brunswick exploring three sea shores — the phenomenal Bay of Fundy, the Straight of Northumberland and the Bay of Chaleur. Walk the Bay of Fundy, even for a short distance, to experience the rhythm of the world’s highest tides. Here, a mandatory stop is the seaside fishing village of St. Martins — gateway to the spectacular Fundy Trail — where a colorful fleet of fishing boats fills the harbor of a historic hamlet that once was the British Empire’s second-wealthiest community due to its shipbuilding industry.
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