As a rugged, rural Province, New Brunswick offers a variety of outdoor adventure and eco-tourism opportunities. Rock-climbing, kayaking, hiking, biking, wilderness camping, snow-mobiling, whale watching, white water rafting, swimming - you name it, you can do it here.
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Fondest memory: New Brunswick has some of the most spectacular scenery and landscapes in Canada. Most of NB is hilly or has small mountains that obscure the horizon. It is difficult to find a part of the Province that isn't heavily forested, and most of the Province's interior has little or no settlement.
Favorite thing: If you go to New Brunswick, you really should try to go when lobster is in season. Then you should have lobster. We had Thanksgiving lobster in October 1989. It was great!
Favorite thing: You may want to check out the tidal bore on the Bay of Fundy, which has the highest tides in the world, so they say. You can see this near Moncton, NB. We stopped by in August 1991.
333 Bishop Drive, Fredericton, E3C 2M6, Canada
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369 Ch. Rockland, Saint John, E2K 3W3, Canada
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The service is great here . They go out of their way to help their guests . All guestrooms complete...more