Let us help you with your vacation by telling you about New Brunswick tourism. New Brunswick, the largest of Canada's three Maritime provinces, is under Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula and beside the State of Maine.
There are some unique sights in New Brunswick. Here, the worlds highest tides rise and fall the height of a four-storey building, twice a day, every day in the Bay of Fundy, considered one of the Marine Wonders of the world.
In New Brunswick, you will see more whales more often then anywhere else including the Right whale (with less than 400 left in the world!), the Minke, the Humpback, the Fin Back whale and the Blue whale, among others.
You can walk down the steepest main street in Canada and visit the country's oldest museum. If outdoor adventures are your thing, enjoy the sandy beaches and swim in the warmest salt water North of Virginia or golf, camp or cycle through the beautiful landscape.
The capital city is Fredericton which is a historic and cultural centre with Victorian architecture, museums, art galleries, and many other attractions. Other major city centers include Moncton and Saint John.
Official website for New Brunswick Tourism with information about the province's attractions, points ofinterest, recreation and tourism sights, lodging and, dining.
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Official web site for New Brunswick's capital city, with maps of the city andinformation on local attractions, community events, and City Council
Offers hotel deals and packages in New Brunswick, listed by city and region.
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