Located on Mt. Desert Island, just across the Bay of Fundy from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, is the city of Bar Harbor, Maine. The Bar Harbor area includes Trenton Bridge, Otter Creek, and Town Hill and is in close proximity to Bangor, Portland, Boston and Montreal. Read "Bar Harbor: Where the Mountain Meets the Sea"
Nowhere but the Bay of Fundy can combine the strength of the highest, most powerful tides in the world with the natural beauty of a diverse, unspoiled shoreline. Discover rich eco-systems of bogs and marshes, towering sea stacks and cliffs and both sand and rock beaches. Read "Diverse Coastline"
Nowhere else in the world can you see tides like those found in the Bay of Fundy! Twice everyday the Bay of Fundy fills and empties of its 100 billion tonnes of water, creating the highest tides in the world, which can reach an amazing height of 16 meters (53ft). Read "The World’s Highest Tides"
Countless fantastic photo opportunities lay along the Fundy coast. Whether looking for an urban or rural backdrop, surreal natural scenes or local culture shots, the Bay of Fundy is simply a photographer’s paradise. Read "Photographer’s Paradise"
Set out on the Bay of Fundy from Digby, NS, Campobello Island, NB or St. Andrews, NB on a deep sea fishing adventure. Popular catch in the Bay of Fundy include mackerel, pollack, flounder, cod, haddock, halibut and the porbeagle shark. Read "Deep Sea Fishing: One of Canada’s Best Spots"
The communities, towns and cities that line the shores of the Bay of Fundy play host to many exciting festivals and events throughout the year. We've made a lineup of 12 excellent festivals and events from May to October that you don't want to miss. Read "12 Fundy Festivals & Events You Don’t Want To Miss!"
Looking for a resort holiday with a new twist? The Bay of Fundy offers its guests a traditional resort holiday in a non-traditional atmosphere. In New Brunswick stay in Canada’s oldest seaside resort town, St. Andrews by-the-Sea, at The Algonquin Resort. In Digby, Nova Scotia, relaxing is made easy at The Pines Resort and in Maine discover the picturesque resort community of Bar Harbor. Read "Resorts"
The first recorded lighthouse on the Bay of Fundy was lit on Partridge Island in 1791. Nowadays there are approximately sixty other lighthouses that line the shores of the Bay of Fundy, many of which have guided vessels and protected seafarers from rocky headlands for nearly two centuries. We’ve highlighted just a few of those lighthouses. Read "Lighthouses"
You've heard about island hopping in the Mediterranean, Caribbean or the South Pacific, but have you ever considered the Bay of Fundy? The Isles of Fundy are a collection of islands at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy, and are connected to the mainland, and each other, by ferry. Popular activities in and around the Fundy Isles include beachcombing, sea kayaking, bird watching and whale watching. Amazing photo opportunities await! Read "Fundy Isle Island Hopping"
Explore untamed, natural beauty, observe rich eco-systems or watch the sunrise from the highest point along the Eastern seaboard north of Brazil. Naturalists will discover a rich variety of plant life growing in the forests and meadows as well as an abundance of wildlife. Read "Fundy Parks"