Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range
map
Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
Quebec City Walking Tour
"Conducted year-round rain or shine this walking tour starts in the Upper Town district of Old Quebec and finishes in the Lower Town. You'll discover Quebec City's history from 1608 to present on this enjoyable walking tour. While listening to the entertaining and informative commen you'll gain a sense of the day-to-day lives of the people who have lived in this lovely fortress city over the centuries. You will visit sites such as the Quebec Citadel Chateau Frontenac Quebec fortifications Basilica Notre-Dame
From CAD31.00
 
Quebec City Walking Tour
"Conducted year-round rain or shine this walking tour starts in the Upper Town district of Old Quebec and finishes in the Lower Town. You'll discover Quebec City's history from 1608 to present on this enjoyable walking tour. While listening to the entertaining and informative commen you'll gain a sense of the day-to-day lives of the people who have lived in this lovely fortress city over the centuries. You will visit sites such as the Quebec Citadel Chateau Frontenac Quebec fortifications Basilica Notre-Dame
From CAD31.00
 
Quebec City Walking Tour
"Conducted year-round rain or shine this walking tour starts in the Upper Town district of Old Quebec and finishes in the Lower Town. You'll discover Quebec City's history from 1608 to present on this enjoyable walking tour. While listening to the entertaining and informative commen you'll gain a sense of the day-to-day lives of the people who have lived in this lovely fortress city over the centuries. You will visit sites such as the Quebec Citadel Chateau Frontenac Quebec fortifications Basilica Notre-Dame
From CAD31.00

Most Viewed Local Customs in Province of New Brunswick

Local Customs

Dulse - Local Food

If you like to try local foods, or foods that are moreorless available in only in specific regions of the world, you’ll definitely want to try “Dulse” when visiting the Martime Provinces of Canada....
View More

Fresh Atlantic lobster

A wide-variety of restaurant choices is available - of course, being this close to the Atlantic Ocean means that you should sample the sea food! One of my favourites is lobster (how can you go wrong...
Bwana_Brown's Profile Photo
Bwana_Brown
May 12, 2007

Aboriginal influences

Located along the shore of Kouchibouguac NP is this large native American 'teepee', in which members of the local Maliseet people present aspects of their culture to Park visitors. Actually, this type...
Bwana_Brown's Profile Photo
Bwana_Brown
May 01, 2007

Maple sugar syrup - nature's best!

Harvesting of the sweet sap from Maple trees is something the native Americans stumbled onto in long ago ages and they passed their methods on to the early European settlers in this part of the world....
Bwana_Brown's Profile Photo
Bwana_Brown
May 01, 2007

River drives - the old way of logging

On a warm 23 C mid-September day in 2004, I took a little drive southwest from Fredericton along the Saint John River. One of the first things that I came to was this series of piers across one half...
Bwana_Brown's Profile Photo
Bwana_Brown
May 01, 2007

Winter firewood

Although the summer temperatures can reach into the mid 30's C, the winter temperatures can also reach the 30-40 C range, trouble is it's in the MINUS direction!Because New Brunswick is so heavily...
Bwana_Brown's Profile Photo
Bwana_Brown
May 01, 2007
 
 
Sponsored Listings

Dulse - delicious seaweed, for some!

A local tradition that I grew up with was eating a dark reddish seaweed called Dulse. Although many 'inland' Maritimers cannot stand the stuff, when I was working in Papua New Guinea, my parents would...
Bwana_Brown's Profile Photo
Bwana_Brown
May 01, 2007

Inshore fishing industry

No matter which coastline you visit, you will come across small fishing villages or towns with their wharfs and numerous small fishing boats. During our 2005 trip to Kouchibouguac NP on the northeast...
Bwana_Brown's Profile Photo
Bwana_Brown
May 01, 2007

Fish traps designed by Aboriginals

Southern NB is famous for its sardines (juvenile herrings), with the Connors Brothers plants producing tins of them in vast quantities. One of the easiest ways to catch herring is to set up a 'weir'...
Bwana_Brown's Profile Photo
Bwana_Brown
May 01, 2007

Rural New Brunswick

The province has a low population and most villages are really, really small.Nice mansions are sometimes mixed with lower quality houses, but the general quietness of many areas doesn't call for...
ant1606's Profile Photo
ant1606
Jul 01, 2005

Don't be afraid to speak French (or English)!

New Brunswick is the only officially bilingual province in Canada and it's not just a marketing scheme! We did a few tests during the week we spent there and had no problems getting by using only...
Jefie's Profile Photo
Jefie
Feb 25, 2005

Bilingual Everything

Coming into New Brunswick from Maine, you quickly notice not only the completely different symbols for roadside services (it took me awhile to figure out that a hand underneath a vase means...
PA2AKgirl's Profile Photo
PA2AKgirl
Sep 24, 2004

Mary's Roadside Berry Stand along Rt 1

While I was driving back to Maine, Lou was napping, I passed by this adorable little stand an quickly made a U turn. I had seen it on our way to Fundy park, and said to myself, "i really must go there...
kazander's Profile Photo
kazander
Jul 29, 2004

Go to Kings Landing Historical Settlement

The Kings Landing Historical Settlement provides a snapshot of life in the St. John River Valley in the 19th Century. It's about half an hour outside of Fredericton, heading towards Edmundston. We...
bkathryn's Profile Photo
bkathryn
Sep 11, 2002

Popular Cities in Province of New Brunswick

Cities

Fredericton

Province of New Brunswick
View More
Cities

Moncton

Province of New Brunswick
View More
Cities

Saint John

Province of New Brunswick
View More
Cities

Kouchibouguac National Park

Province of New Brunswick
View More
Cities

Sussex

Province of New Brunswick
View More
Cities

Campobello Island

Province of New Brunswick
View More

Top Hotels in Province of New Brunswick

Hotels
665 Prospect Street West, (formerly Country Inn), Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B6B8, Canada
Show Prices
Hotels
369 Ch. Rockland, Saint John, E2K 3W3, Canada
Show Prices
Hotels
750 Main Street, Moncton, New Brunswick, E1C 1E6, Canada
Show Prices
Hotels
Show Prices
Hotels
Show Prices
Hotels
143 Main Street, Sussex, NB, E4E 1S8, CA
Show Prices

Top Things to Do in Province of New Brunswick

Things to Do

Market Square

The City of Saint John has invested a lot time, energy and money into re-imagining its scenic location on the Bay of Fundy and St. John River. In addition to the relatively new Marco Polo Terminal on...
View More
Things to Do

Sea Caves

As scenic as the lighthouses, and covered bridges of St. Martins are, the biggest attraction here at St. Martins are the phenomenal "Sea Caves" carved into the sides of sandstone cliffs. When the...
View More
Things to Do

Hopewell Rocks

We spent a while at Hopewell Rocks this day as it was quite near to where my sister lives, and she wanted to take us to see some sights of and around the area of Moncton. We had a lovely drive out...
View More
Things to Do

Lighthouses

You would think that because of Saint John’s position at the mouth of the St. John River and its wider presence on the Bay of Fundy that there would be several scenic lighthouses close by but there...
View More
Things to Do

Bay of Fundy

Beginning just north of the Gulf of Maine, the Bay of Fundy extends for about 170 miles into the Canadian Maritimes separating the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Due to its unique shape...
View More
Things to Do

Three Sisters Lamps

Many people are fascinated by lighthouses, and the many designs, shapes, and colors which they take. Many are accompanied by stories and folklore. While the red lanterns of the "Three Sisters Lamp"...
View More

Top 5 Province of New Brunswick Writers

Bwana_Brown's Profile Photo

Bwana_Brown

"New Brunswick - my home province"
View Member
kazander's Profile Photo

kazander

"Fundy National Park, Alma and the Hopewell Rocks.."
View Member

RobDavis

"The Bridges of New Brunswick"
View Member
richiecdisc's Profile Photo

richiecdisc

"It pays to get up early in New Brunswick"
View Member
Jefie's Profile Photo

Jefie

"Discovering the Maritimes"
View Member