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Home to the highest tides in the world, the Bay of Fundy stretches 270 kilometers between the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Extreme tides

Each day 100 billion tonnes of seawater flows in and out of the bay during each tide cycle — more than the combined flow of all the world’s freshwater rivers. Fundy National Park, bordering the bay, has wild and rugged sea cliffs, tidal mudflats and forested hills which are home to exhilarating walking trails.

East of here lies the dramatic Cape Enrage whilst further on at the Hopewell Rocks you can walk on the ocean floor during low tide and kayak around the rocks when the tide is in.

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    Our expert guides to exploring the Bay of Fundy

    Written by our specialists from their own experiences of visiting the Bay of Fundy, these guides will help you make the most of your time there. We share both our practical recommendations and the best ways to appreciate the Bay of Fundy at its best.

    • Canada’s Maritime Provinces
      Whale Watching, British Columbia

      Canada’s Maritime Provinces

      Canada’s Maritime Provinces

      Canada’s Maritime Provinces offer a quieter alternative to the west coast. Here, you can follow coastal roads to secluded coves and traditional lighthouses. Visit peaceful fishing villages where saltbox houses line the waterfront. And, explore the area’s Celtic roots. Canada specialist Jon shares his highlights of the region.

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