16533
New Brunswick
Power of the Fundy Tides: Sea Caves, Reversing Rapids and Coastal Walks
Gain a deeper understanding of New Brunswick and the people that live here, walking coastal trails, learning about the world's highest tides and exploring historic towns and harbors.
Rating (5)
Program No. 16533RJ
Length
7 days
Starts at
1,149
Getting There
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At a Glance

Explore the New Brunswick communities influenced by the rise and fall of the Bay of Fundy's powerful tides. Discover Saint John's backdrop of history, architecture and culture and witness the tides reversing the flow of the Saint John River at Reversing Falls. Explore spectacular trails along the Bay of Fundy in the seaside fishing village of St. Martins, where 500 sailing ships were built in the golden age of sail.
Activity Level
Varies by date
Varies by date. ON YOUR FEET - Walking equivalent of four city blocks. KEEP THE PACE - Walking up to two miles daily over varied terrain. Shuttle available as alternative. OUTDOOR: SPIRITED - Hiking up to five miles daily.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Walk coastal trails with sweeping vistas of the Bay of Fundy and distant Nova Scotia.
  • Explore the ecozone around the Bay of Fundy and the St. Martins area, recently established as a U.N. Biosphere Reserve.
  • A walk through historic Saint John travels along the scenic Harbor Passage into the bustling old city market.

General Notes

Price includes airport transfers from/to St John.
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Nancy Sears
For the past 25 years, Nancy Sears has owned and operated an educational travel company that offers excursions throughout Canada, New England and even Costa Rica. Even though she owns the business, Nancy is still passionate about getting her hands dirty and leading educational explorations herself. As a naturalist and local expert, she boasts extensive knowledge on ecology, geology, and local Loyalist and Acadian history.
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Nancy Sears
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