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Bay of Fundy Explorer
Dates Year Round
Prices from £950 per person
Day 1 - Moncton
Arrive Moncton - a major urban centre where English and French Acadian culture blend harmoniously to create a unique community. Home to two unusual natural phenomena; the Tidal Bore on the
Petitcodiac River and the famous Magnetic Hill. Overnight Moncton.
Day 2 - Moncton / Fundy National Park
Depart Moncton along the dramatic Fundy Coastal drive via Hopewell Cape, Be sure to visit Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park - home of Hopewell Rocks. Visit the excellent interpretive centre on site
before exploring this natural phenomenon. Twice each day the highest tides in the world — up to 46ft/14m — flood the beach, and twice each day you can explore the floor of the Bay of Fundy at low
tide! Created over thousands of years by the Bay of Fundy's awesome tidal forces, the Flowerpot Rocks are a natural wonder not to be missed Continue to Fundy National Park which has 206km.sq of steep
coastal cliffs, forest clad hills, deep rich valleys and clear rolling meadows. Overnight Fundy National Park.
Day 3 - Fundy National Park
Day at leisure to explore this magnificent park. The park is renowned for its hiking trails, with over 104kms of trails to choose from, ranging from easy ½km loops to a demanding 50km circuit around
the park. The park is a haven for bird watchers, golfers, cyclists, canoeists and naturalists. Other sightseeing suggestions include visiting Cape Enrage Lighthouse and Mary’s Point Bird Sanctuary
located nearby. Overnight Fundy National Park.
Day 4 - Fundy National Park / Saint John
Depart Fundy National Park and continue along the Fundy Coastal Drive to Saint John, via St. Martins – a scenic fishing village with a famous shipbuilding heritage. Saint John is New Brunswick’s
largest city and is steeped in history with lots to see and do. Places to visit include Carleton Martello Tower National Historic Site, the old city market, Loyalist House, the New Brunswick Museum
and probably the most famous – the Reversing Falls. Overnight Saint John.
Day 5 - Saint John / St. Andrews
Morning at leisure to explore the area further. From bustling downtown streets to natural wonders along the Bay of Fundy, Saint John is your centre for adventure! A bustling and historic port City
waiting to be explored. Suggestions include: Take an invigorating walking tour of the oldest incorporated city in Canada, shop at the historic Saint John City Market or perhaps witness the power of
the Reversing Rapids, where the highest tides in the world reverse the flow of the mighty St. John River. Also Journey through 350 million years of natural history at the New Brunswick Museum or
perhaps visit the amazing Bay of Fundy ecosystem at the Irving Nature Park. In the afternoon, you will depart Saint John and drive along the scenic Fundy Coastal Drive to one of Canada’s most
beautiful seaside resorts - St. Andrews. Overnight St. Andrews.
Day 6 - St. Andrews
Enjoy a nature cruise departing from St. Andrews, cruise through the narrow island passages of the Deer Island Archipelago en route to the open Bay of Fundy. In season, expect see whales, porpoises,
seals, seabirds and bald eagles. Spend the remainder of the day discovering more about the area, visit the Huntsman Marine Science Aquarium, take in a round of golf or for the more adventurous why
not try horseback riding, sea kayaking or scuba diving nearby. Overnight St. Andrews.
Day 7 - St. Andrews
Depart St. Andrews for your onward journey.
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Windows on the wild