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Baie de Fundy

Baie de Fundy (Canada)

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  • Nature Reserve / Wildlife Observation / Safari
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5 / 5 - One review
How to get there
1hr 30min by car from Fredericton
When to go
From April to October
Minimum stay
One day

Reviews of Baie de Fundy

Aurélie Chartier Seasoned Traveller
34 written opinions

Situated in New Brunswick, the Bay of Fundy is 270km long and known for its cliffs and weather-beaten rocks.

My suggestion:
Visit Hopewell Rocks at low tide. The view is much better than during high tide, plus you can get down to the beach.
My review

I think that the Bay of Fundy is one of the most beautiful places you can visit during a trip to the east of Canada. The tides are very strong, having weathered the cliffs and rocks over time. Micmac legend says that the stormy seas were caused by a giant, thrashing whale.

You can visit the Bay of Fundy by two means. Firstly there's the Fundy Trail, which has great views along the way. There are walking/cycle paths as well as a road, all of which have minimal impact on the environment.

Secondly, you can go to Hopewell Rocks. Resembling giant flower pots, these weather-beaten rocks can only be seen at low tide and are submerged at high tide. Tourists can follow a fun circuit that explains the tides and local eco-system.

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