Experience the Bay of Fundy tides by sea kayak. Spend hours exploring the waters as you paddle along unspoiled shoreline, isolated coves, towering cliffs and fascinating sea caves. Instruction is also provided for the inexperienced and a new appreciation of the outdoors is nearly guaranteed. Read "Sea Kayaking Adventures"
This week I would like to bring you to three hiking locations, two in Nova Scotia and one in good old dependable Fundy Park. At this time of year I, like most hikers, am happy to be going out in to the forest, especially when that forest is near the ocean. These hikes are usually cooler and being near the ocean breezes there usually are not too many nasty insects flying about. Read "3 Terrific Hiking Locations"
To experience the wilderness surrounding the Bay of Fundy, explore the expansive wilderness of Fundy National Park, travel the Fundy Trail Parkway to previously unreachable coastal areas, inspect the old-growth forests and steep ravines of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park or visit Brier Island to appreciate its wealth of wildflowers, orchids and the endangered Eastern Mountain Avens. Read "Wildlife & Wilderness"
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"
Along the Fundy coast there are over thirty 9- and 18-hole courses with an additional sixty courses within a relatively short drive from the Bay. Some of the highest rated courses in Canada can be found in the Maritime Provinces and golfing here can be described as nothing short of invigorating, rewarding and picturesque. Read "30+ Scenic Golf Courses along the Bay of Fundy!"
The second part of an article written by Paul Gaudet - an avid hiker, snowshoer and vice president of the Outdoor Enthusiasts Club of Moncton - in which he shares some of his suggestions on where to do some coastal hiking to find some relief from the heat and also from the bugs. Read "Beat the Heat and the Bugs with Coastal Hikes (Part 2)"
When the inland summer temperatures soar, it is always nice to do hikes near cool coastal waters. In this article, Paul Gaudet - an avid hiker, snowshoer and vice president of the Outdoor Enthusiasts Club of Moncton - shares some of his suggestions on where to do some coastal hiking to find some relief from the heat and also from the bugs. Read "Beat the Heat and the Bugs with Coastal Hikes (Part 1)"
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!"
An incredible phenomenon seen in very few parts of the world, tidal bores are formed as tidal waters flow into outgoing rivers. As the 100 billion tonnes of water rushes into the Bay of Fundy at high tide, there is only so much space and therefore the great tides actually reverse the flow of rivers that would typically flow into the Bay. Read "Tidal Bore Rafting: Travel Upriver on a 10 Feet Wave"
The Bay of Fundy is one of the richest marine habitats in the world and is therefore the summer feeding ground for many marine mammals, seabirds and saltwater invertebrates. When you take part in a whale watching adventure on the Bay of Fundy you can expect to see minke, fin- and humpback whales as well as the rarest large mammal on Earth – the North Atlantic Right Whale Read "Bay of Fundy Whale Watching"