New Brunswick - Globe Guide

New Brunswick

From quaint seaside villages to natural attractions, New Brunswick is the perfect place to hit the road for scenic sights and outdoor adventures.

Fundy National Park is home to the world’s largest tides in the Bay of Fundy, and travellers come from around the world to watch the spectacle of up to 12 metres of water rushing in and out twice per day. But there’s more to Fundy than walking on the ocean floor: think quirky campsites, breathtaking viewpoints and hikes through the Acadian forest just to name a few.

New Brunswick is a fantastic road trip destination, especially along the southern shore to see the fishing village of Alma, the national park, quaint St. Martins, and the 6,000 acre Fundy Trail Parkway overlooking the Bay of Fundy.

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