New Brunswick has a great deal to offer to the visitor, and whether you are here for the natural beauty, stunning beaches, cosmopolitan cities, or quaint historic villages, you will find plenty to see and do while creating memories that will last a lifetime. For accommodation, there is a wide range of hotels in New Brunswick, and no matter which corner of the province you visit you are sure to be treated to the warm local hospitality.
Located by the Bay of Fundy, Saint John is a charming city filled with history and culture and the location of the famous Reversing Rapids which causes the St John River to reverse its current, and of course the New Brunswick
Moncton is a great destination for exploring beautiful beaches, and Fredericton, the Riverfront Capital, is the perfect place to stroll along the Saint John River or take in a festival. Saint Andrews enjoys a very scenic location, surrounded by the sea in the south west of the province, and Edmundston, Bathurst and Dieppe are all worth including in the itinerary depending where you are travelling in New Brunswick.
Also, if you are in the northwest corner of the province, a visit to Old Quebec City would be worth considering if you want to experience the French culture and heritage of the neighbouring province of Quebec.
The Bay of Fundy is arguably one of the most well known natural attractions in New Brunswick and is famous as being the location of the world’s highest tides. The northern reaches of the Appalachian Mountains hug the west of the province and provide ample opportunity for hiking and scenic driving tours. There are over 5000km of coastline in New Brunswick and not surprisingly there are numerous pristine beaches to be found such as Beresford Beach, Gagnon Beach and Crystal Beach to name but a few. In the north of the province you will find Chaleur Bay, one of world’s most beautiful bays, and in south east new Brunswick are the famous Hopewell Rocks.
Throughout the province of New Brunswick you will come across many small towns and villages which simply exude maritime charm. The Acadie-Bathurst region is home to Bathurst, Beresford and Pointe-Verte, while Belledune, Dalhousie, and St Quentin are worth a stop if you are in the Restigouche region. While driving along the Acadian Coast you could take in the Lameque and Miscou Islands and on the Bay of Fundy, the Village of Black’s Harbour or the Village of Memramcook are sure to give you a warm welcome.