There just aren’t enough minutes in the hour to experience all of the extraordinary moments that make up a New Brunswick day. From the exhilarating heights of the Bay of Fundy tides, dubbed One of the Marine Wonders of the World, to the magnificent white sand dunes of Bouctouche, New Brunswick is home to some of the most spectacular Natural Wonders in the Maritimes. But we’re also renowned for our lively cities, outdoor adventure and eclectic blend of cultures. Add a dash of Acadian joie de vivre to the mix, and you have the makings of a truly unique Maritime experience.
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With its wide-open spaces, silken shores, wind swept sand and waterways too numerous to count, Bouctouche is an ecological paradise where the air is clean and nature unspoiled.
The magnificent Bouctouche River, like a ribbon that enhances an already beautiful package, ties together the scenery, the people and the sea. At its mouth, nestled behind a large sand dune, lies the thriving, dynamic town of Bouctouche.
Source: Town of Bouctouche
Where the Acadian heart beats strongest! Located on the coast of one of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World, Caraquet is a small, inviting town with undeniable Acadian and Maritime charm, a vibrant cultural and artistic life, and savoury regional cuisine. It is also home to one of the most popular Acadian festivals in North America.
Source: Town of Caraquet
Nestled alongside the St. John River, Fredericton is Atlantic Canada's Riverfront Capital, a city that has a friendly and warm small town feel but affords visitors with the choices and diverse tastes of a much bigger city. Fredericton is rich with heritage and culture with many attractions, historic and heritage sites, festivals and special events. History comes alive at several museums and national historic sites including the Historic Garrison District, Kings Landing Historical Settlement, beautifully restored Government House and York Sunbury Historic Museum.
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Recreationally, culturally and economically, Moncton is truly a city on the rise. Take in concerts, be moved by the ballet and experience the best retail shopping in Atlantic Canada. Attractions, dining, music and heritage that seeps onto the street and enriches your heart. Make the centre of the Maritimes the centre of your vacation experience. From breathtaking scenery and fantastic nightlife to awesome adventures and unforgettable family fun, Moncton, and the surrounding area is home to many of New Brunswick’s top attractions.
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Flow with the rhythm of the fishermen by circulating freely on one of the biggest wharfs the region has to offer. While strolling down Main Street, take time to admire the magnificent wooden boat that was built in celebration of the new millennium.One of Richibucto’s most prized possessions is without a doubt its cultural diversity. Many artists and crafters have chosen to live in this region to pursue their art or craft. What most characterizes Richibucto is its linguistic diversity. Nowhere else will you find three cultures as rich as the French, English and Mi’kmaq. While strolling across town, it is common to hear these three languages throughout the many conversations.
Source: Town of Richibucto
The St. Andrews area offers an outstanding quality of life in dramatic scenery and an uncrowded, unpolluted environment. For over a century St. Andrews has been attracting those of wealth and influence. Today, St. Andrews welcomes all visitors, attracted by its beauty, shopping and recreational activities. The active and the adventurous will find a wealth of adventure in St. Andrews by-the-Sea. Be it seaside golf, a variety of whale-watching vessels with an equal number of whale species to view, or a relaxing stroll around our historic community with a detailed walking map, St. Andrews offers something for everyone.
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