From east to west, to be a diver in Canada is to don a hearty amount of gear and embrace cold water. As cold water divers through and through Joey and Ali Postma have risen to the occasion through Canadian Splash. Read "Scuba Diving the Underwater World of Canada"
The Fundy Coast of New Brunswick is home to the world’s highest tides, and many of the stops along the way showcase this. In this guest post Jen Smith shares her list of the places worth a stop in this spectacular area! Read "The Fundy Coast"
During Fundy’s low tide cycle you are literally able to walk, and explore, the ocean floor. Ground covered only a few short hours earlier is revealed and the potential for finding newly exposed treasures, such as fossils, sea glass and semi-precious stones, make it easy to spend hours combing the shores. Read "Walk on the Ocean’s Floor"
The Bay of Fundy is a great family vacation destination. An abundance of national and provincial parks for camping, hiking and picnics, an array of outdoor adventures including whale watching and tidal bore rafting, quirky attractions like Moncton’s Magnetic Hill or Saint John’s Reversing Rapids. Read "Family, Fundy, Fun!"
In addition to traditional souvenir shops, the shores of Fundy host terrific artisan studios and galleries. Pottery, metal sculptures, fabric art, stained glass, watercolour, photography, handmade soaps, locally-crafted jewellery and more. Read "Quaint Artisan Studios & Galleries"
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"
An hour outside Saint John on the Fundy Coastal Drive will bring you to the charming, fishing village of St. Martins. Set on the Bay of Fundy, visitors love exploring the miles of unspoiled beaches, learning about fresh and salt water fishing, the active harbour with its twin covered bridges, and the sea caves and salt marshes. Read "St. Martins & the Fundy Trail Parkway"
The Bay of Fundy offers visitors a variety options for those folks who prefer camping over traditional hotels or bed and breakfasts. Whether it be wilderness camping, pulling in your motorhome or setting up in a camper’s cabin, rest peacefully as you fall asleep to the sound of the Bay of Fundy. Read "Camping"
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"
Claimed by both Canada and the United States, Machias Seal Island is a 15 acre island located in the Bay of Fundy, and is the seasonal home to thousands of birds including 3000 pairs of Arctic terns, 400-500 pairs of nesting razorbills and, the general favorite, 1300 pairs of nesting Atlantic Puffins! Read "Machias Seal Island"