Visitors love browsing the local shops and restaurants in the charming town of Saint Andrews on New Brunswick's Fundy coast.

Local shops and restaurants in the small, charming town of Saint Andrews on the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada

Go glamping in style at a Ridgeback Lodge Dream Dome, named by CNN Travel as one of the world's most unusual camping experiences.

(heart eyes) Go glamping in style at a Ridgeback Lodge Dream Dome, named by CNN Travel as one of the world's most unusual camping experiences.

Connect with nature, explore a magical Acadian forest and discover the Bay of Fundy’s giant tides at Fundy National Park.

Connect with nature, explore a magical Acadian forest and discover the Bay of Fundy’s giant tides at Fundy National Park in New Brunswick, Canada.

A happy puffin admires the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Canada. You can spot one during a summer whale-watching excursion, so be sure to have your camera ready!

This sweet puffin is on the lookout over the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Canada. You can spot one during a whale-watching excursion off the coast of Grand Manan Island. The ever graceful "potato with wings" - puffins are so incredible to watch dive!

Huffington Post | Top Places to Eat, Stay and Play in New Brunswick, Canada

Top Places to Eat, Stay and Play in New Brunswick, Canada

New Brunswick, Canada, is a Travel Therapy favorite destination offering so many unique and authentic vacation experiences and now with the U.

Will you see the elusive tail of the Humpback whale during your stay in New Brunswick? You'll have to head into the Bay of Fundy to find out! Book a whale-watching tour: http://www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca/Products/Groups/WhaleWatching.aspx

Take an exciting whale-watching excursion into the Bay of Fundy to see Minkes, Humpbacks, and the rare Right Whale frolicking in the highest tides in the world.

Birders love watching the puffins on Machias Seal Island near Grand Manan. Take a tour boat to see these cute creatures in their natural habitat.

Road Scholar : Grand Manan Island: Adventure Sea Kayaking - New Brunswick - Water Sports © Road Scholar

Swallowtail Lightstation has been watching over Grand Manan Island since 1860. It's a favourite spot of adventurers to explore and discover.  You can take a short trail to get there.

Swallowtail Lightstation on Grand Manan Island watches over the magnificent Bay of Fundy. You can take a short trail to get there.

Fresh lobster and other tasty seafood can be found at the City Market in Saint John, where die-hard foodies can shop to their heart's content.

Fresh-from-the-sea lobster and other seafood delicacies at the Saint John City Market // City of Saint John on the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick Canada

Exploring the Fundy Isles always uncovers something new and wondrous. What will your adventures bring you?

Exploring the Fundy Isles in New Brunswick always uncovers something new and wondrous. What will your adventures bring you? Plan your trip to find out.

Sand, sea and splendid scenery.... this is what you'll find at New River Beach on the Bay of Fundy. Don't miss the annual sandcastle competition in July.

New River Beach Provincial Park is the perfect spot to admire breathtaking coastal islands, camp by the sea and kayak the Bay of Fundy.

Watch local lobster fishing boats bring the day's catch to the Alma wharf, then enjoy the freshest lobster dinner you've ever had just steps away.

In New Brunswick you can experience local food at its finest. Watch lobster fishing boats bring in the day's fresh catch from the Bay of Fundy, then try a fresh-as-it-gets lobster supper at a nearby restaurant.

New Brunswick Festivals, Food & Fundy... on our Virtual Cross-Canada Tour | The bridge that disappears twice a day, and 14 more intriguing tips | New Brunswick - on the TD Aeroplan Virtual Cross-Canada Tour. https://community.tdaeroplan.com/threads/new-brunswick-festivals-food-fundy-on-our-virtual-cross-canada-tour.1725/

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Coastal Living Magazine | This New Brunswick lighthouse sports the colours of the Acadian flag. Now used as a tourism center, it stands on the edge of the Bay of Chaleur on Route 11 in Grand-Anse.

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Bay Watch This New Brunswick lighthouse sports the colors of the Acadian flag. Now used as a tourism center, it stands on the edge of the Bay of Chaleur on Route 11 in Grand-Anse.

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