Follow coastal trails and take in stunning scenery, as you explore quaint seaside villages on a Bay of Fundy tour featuring New Brunswick’s natural beauty and unique maritime charm. Hike through fragrant spruce and fir forests, ascending for views of crashing waves meeting the cliffs below. Cross causeways and expansive tidal flats, in a landscape carved by the highest tides in the world. On Campobello Island, immerse yourself in the area’s rich history at the summer home of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Savor traditional maritime fare, including just-caught Atlantic lobster and delectable farm-fresh cuisine. Your comfortable accommodations include a turn-of-the-century cottage and a historic, renovated manor house. Experience New Brunswick’s rich blend of history, natural beauty, and maritime hospitality on this unforgettable Bay of Fundy tour.
Hilton Saint John
Located on St. John’s scenic harbor and just steps from Market Square, this contemporary hotel is the perfect place to begin your exploration of New Brunswick. With an indoor swimming pool, sauna, health club, free WiFi, and on-site restaurant, it boasts ample amenities for its guests.
Roosevelt Campobello International Park Cottages
Built in the late 19th century, these two elegant cottages within the Roosevelt Campobello International Park evoke the informal ease and gracious living of the Roosevelts’ days on Campobello Island. Throughout your stay, you enjoy the same beautiful surroundings that so enchanted the first family and their guests, whether during social calls or policy meetings with FDR. Guest rooms are distributed among both cottages.
Intimate in size and gracious in scope, the Rossmount Inn rests upon 87 acres nestled between forest and sea. The property, with a colorful history dating to 1889, includes Chamcook Mountain, the highest point in the Passamaquoddy Bay area. Enjoy leisurely strolls through the inn’s meadows or among the organic kitchen garden of herbs and vegetables, or sip fine whiskies in the old English-style lounge. Rooms of the three-story manor house feature period furnishings and views of the surrounding forest, fields, and island-dotted bay.
St. Martins Country Inn
A Victorian gem, the St. Martins Country Inn in the heart of the fishing village of St. Martins was constructed by shipbuilders in 1857 and retains the beautiful details of the day. Individually decorated rooms feature period furnishing and modern conveniences. Often called the “Prince of Tides,” it’s known for its warm hospitality and the fine cuisine of Vaughn’s Restaurant, named for the house’s builder.
Flight + Tour Combo
|Exceptional boutique accommodations|
|All on-tour meals except 1 dinner|
|Local guides with you throughout tour|
|Local wine and/or beer with dinner|
|Entrance fees and special events as noted in the itinerary|
|Emergency travel assistance hotline available 24/7|
|One extra night in Saint John|
|Airport car service for arrival|
|Business-class upgrades available|
Experience your destination like an insider with people who call it home.
David Palmer grew up in Victoria, BC where he attended university and obtained a degree in Geography. During the summers he worked for BC Parks, where he helped to re-open the West Coast Trail and mapped sections of the Dewdney Trail. After school, he left Victoria and travelled through Latin America before returning to Canada and settling in New Brunswick. There, he joined the back-to-the-land movement, became a game warden, and eventually spent his career working in forest products marketing as well writing for the Atlantic Forestry Review. He has co-authored a book, Great Trees of New Brunswick, and lives on the bank of the St. John River. Besides time with friends and family, David’s greatest joys are taking walks in the woods, swimming and boating, and chasing a good story.
Nick Brennan has been working on rivers, oceans, and wilderness campsites, sharing his love of adventure with others since 1996. A skilled canoe, kayak, hiking, and fishing guide, his work experience includes leading Outward Bound Canada trips and instructing Paddle Canada canoe courses. He is also an active member of the Association for Experiential Educators and the Outdoor Educators of New Brunswick.
While helping lead a six-week tour of Newfoundland as an outdoor recreation student, Beth Johnston was turned on to the joys of discovery around “place” and has not looked back. For over thirty years she has been guiding all ages into the wilderness with Outward Bound Canada and for the last several years has been guiding travel writers and film crews in her native province of New Brunswick. Her interests include anything in the great outdoors, making music with friends, and finding new trails and areas of local interest. Her passion is infectious and she is sure to make any outdoor adventure a positive, learning, fun, and memorable experience!
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