New Brunswick Travel Guide



Plan Your New Brunswick Vacation

New Brunswick is where the great Canadian forest, sliced by sweeping river valleys and modern highways, meets the Atlantic. To the north and east, the gentle, warm Gulf Stream reaches more than 90 beaches along 2,000 km (1,240 miles) of coastline. On the Bay of Fundy, four-story sculptures are carved by the tides at Hopewell Cape; you can literally walk along the floor of the ocean during low tide. In addition to the seacoast, pure inland streams, quaint towns with Victorian inns and manicured gardens, and historic cities such as Fredericton and Saint John draw visitors year-round. The province's dual heritage—35% of its population is Acadian French—adds cultural interest.


New Brunswick Hotels

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New Brunswick Restaurants

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New Brunswick Experiences


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