Why choose New Brunswick?
Perched on Canada's east coast along the Atlantic Ocean, New Brunswick
is the gateway to the Maritimes and home to some of the most incredible
Marine Wonders of the World. Highways from all points in the United
States and Canada join the Trans-Canada Highway into New Brunswick,
making it an easy drive from many places. The province is also easily
accessed by boat, bus, ferry, cruise ship, train – and of course it’s
always just a short flight away!
New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy invites you to travel along miles of
untouched coastline and discover this natural wonder. The Bay of Fundy
tides, in fact, 100-billion tonnes of tide, are best explored at the
Hopewell Rocks, where it is easy to walk on the ocean floor at low
tide to admire the rock formations created by the force of the tide.
The town of Bouctouche is an enticing combination of scenery and sea,
situated on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the magnificent Bouctouche
River. The region’s endless bodies of water and wide-open spaces beckon
to be discovered and explored.
From rich cultural celebrations and unique historical exhibitions
to vibrant artistic community, this is the place to be for extraordinary
Maritime entertainment. Join in the festivity at the Tintamarre, a
boisterous Acadian street party, be serenaded by fiddlers-in-canoes
on the banks of a sleepy river at twilight, wander the art galleries
of Sackville, named a 'Cultural Capital of Canada', or thrill to the sounds of the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival in Fredericton, 350 jazz and blues performers from across Canada and the world.
Whether you want to enjoy alluring bluffs and beaches, lazy rivers,
charming covered bridges and picturesque towns while you kayak, hike,
dance the night away, or simply settle in to a well-worn beach chair,
New Brunswick has it all.