Gather up the family to spend some fun and exciting time together this Holiday Season, and take in the beautiful sights of New Brunswick. There are resorts,… Read more »
The month of October is here, so you should be getting ready for some scares because Halloween will be here before you know it. New Brunswick is… Read more »
The River Valley Scenic Drive explores two of New Brunswick’s largest cities and takes you to the western edge of the province along Saint John River. Take… Read more »
Following the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Acadian Coastal Drive showcases New Brunswick’s rich Acadian heritage. The Acadian Coastal Drive can be started at any point in the approximately 750km scenic route. Check out some of the 50 activities listed below when you travel down the Acadian Coastal Drive.
A vacation doesn’t have to include hours of travelling or even leaving New Brunswick. Get out and explore your own back yard, and see what this beautiful province has to offer. Here are just 25 ideas of things to do for a staycation in New Brunswick.
The Guinness World Records have been around since 1954 and was created by Sir Hugh Beaver who was the Managing Director of the Guinness Brewery at the… Read more »
Selling out within minutes in 2019, The Flying Apron Inn & Cookery’s Dining on the Ocean Floor event at Burntcoat Head Park took beach picnicking to a… Read more »
There is much to discover in Canada’s National Parks and not being able to get to them physically shouldn’t stop you from enjoying the fabulous natural areas… Read more »
Self-isolation and social distancing have made daily life challenging for everyone. While you cannot sit and eat a meal at a restaurant, many restaurants are open offering… Read more »
From beautiful beaches to old-growth forests, New Brunswick offers many unforgettable camping locations. However, you don’t have to ‘rough it’ when you want to see these amazing… Read more »
New Brunswick is one of the East Coast’s hidden gems, and is home to the Bay of Fundy. Those who want to discover new locations and seek out unique experiences, are left with memories to last a lifetime. From the ocean to the city, New Brunswick has so much to offer visitors. It is as unique a province as one can hope to find in Canada, and here are nineteen suggested unique things to do and see in this beautiful place.
There are plenty of ways to warm up once the temperature drops, you can take the family to an activity centre, take in a show, see the latest museum exhibit, or just learn about the local culture. If you want to have some warm, indoor fun in Moncton this winter or when Moncton is experiencing wet rainy weather, check out these places.
In the winter-time, New Brunswick is a haven for outdoor sport enthusiasts and those who would rather be indoors by the fire with hot chocolate. If you’re planning a winter vacation, spend at least a few days and enjoy New Brunswick in all of it’s snow-spangled glory!
7 Day Road Trip Itinerary to New Brunswick – Fundy Coast: Moncton, Saint John, St Andrews and Fredericton
The Fundy Coast of New Brunswick is one of the highlights of New Brunswick, and indeed of the entire Maritime region of Canada. Follow this itinerary and you will experience the tidal waves that leaves the sea shores sprinkled with sea urchins and periwinkles, travel to most southernly of Fundy Isles, and cover three of New Brunswick’s most populous cities.
You can watch the world’s highest tides or explore the area’s rich Acadian history. Moncton offers something unique for all ages with it’s rich cultural and art scenes.
Enjoy some delectable, sweet treats as you wait for spring at one of the many sugar bushes located across New Brunswick. You can tour the forests, see… Read more »