Continuing with our tour of Canada, the next stop is New Brunswick. The largest of Canada’s three Maritime Provinces, New Brunswick is located under Quebec’s Gaspé Peninsula and beside the State of Maine. The eastern boundary is entirely coastal – the Gulf of St Lawrence and Northumberland Strait – and dotted with warm, sandy beaches, featuring the warmest salt water north of Virginia.
There are few places on earth that match the awe-inspiring Bay of Fundy. The tides are the highest in the world, with 100 billion tonnes of seawater moving in and out of the bay twice per day. The Bay of Fundy tides are best explored at the Hopewell Rocks, where, during low tide, you can walk around the famous “flowerpot rocks” and then watch them disappear as the tide rolls in until just the tops are visible. The time span between low and high tide is 6 hours and 13 minutes, meaning you can experience both in one day.
While there are many locations in the Maritimes to enjoy whale watching, those who live in New Brunswick will tell you they have the best opportunities off of their very own coast. The Bay of Fundy whales include Finbacks, Humpbacks, playful Minkes and the rare Right whale, as well as porpoises, seals and seabirds. high seas adventure. You can sail the ocean on various vessels from catamarans, cruises, and sail boats, to speedy zodiacs, all which are guided by experts who know just what to look for to ensure you don’t miss a thing.
New Brunswick is known for its natural beauty, parks and beaches, but an outing to the bustling cities found across the province is well worth the time of anyone visiting. You can spend the day at top-notch music events and live street performances, dining around at one of many restaurants, exploring fascinating galleries, or simply participating in a little retail therapy. Shop for French-inspired goods in Moncton and Dieppe or watch world-class performances at Casino New Brunswick and Capitol Theatre. The provincial capital, Fredericton, is best known for the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the Historic Garrison District and activities along the Saint John River, which flows right through the city. Culinary delights await at the City Market in the port city of Saint John, while history and culture meet at the New Brunswick Museum and the Saint John Arts Centre. No two cities are alike, so you’re bound to experience something different and make new discoveries wherever you go.
With great city properties such as the Delta Beausejour in Moncton, and the Hilton in Saint John, to grand resorts like The Algonquin and quaint country inns such as the historic Rossmount Inn, this broad range of accommodations are sure to meet every visitor’s needs.
Whether you are looking for a great city destination or a high end resort for your next conference or retreat, New Brunswick has a spot just for you. Contact Dragonfly Meeting Solutions Inc. to find that perfect location for your next conference.