22146
New Brunswick
Tides and Trails of New Brunswick
Discover New Brunswick’s natural beauty as you learn about the region’s history and culture and explore some of the world’s most beautiful coasts, trails and more on the Bay of Fundy.
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Program No. 22146RJ
Length
10 days
Starts at
1,749
Getting There
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At a Glance

Experience the natural and human diversity of New Brunswick on this sweeping hiking journey. On a series of invigorating daily hikes, trek through two National Parks, along two seashores and back in time through the history of Aboriginal, Acadian and English cultures and a succession of ancient geological ages. On the Bay of Fundy, take part in hikes governed by the rhythm of the world’s highest tides as you walk the ocean floor out to sea caves and flowerpot rocks carved from red sandstone sea cliffs. Along the warm, tranquil waters of the northern Northumberland Straight, explore sand dunes, salt marshes, sheltered lagoons and the coastal trails of Kouchibouguac National Park. Head south into Fundy National Park, encompassing some of the last pristine wilderness bordering the Fundy Shore.
Activity Level
Outdoor: Spirited
Hike up to five miles on varied terrain; ocean floor at low tide, beaches, groomed and more rugged trails, elevation gains up to 500 feet.
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 ...

  • On hikes along the Bay of Fundy coastline, learn about unusual rock formations, sea caves, headlands and sea arches carved by the highest tides in the world.
  • Set out with local experts on the extensive trail systems that wind through two Canadian National Parks on two different sea shores.
  • Immerse yourself in the spirit of New Brunswick as you meet friendly locals and sample the varied cuisine of the Acadian and Bay of Fundy coasts.

General Notes

Hikes may vary with timing of the tides, as well as trail and weather conditions. 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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