Bay of Fundy

Bay of Fundy, photo by hit et nunc
Bay of Fundy (photo by hit et nunc)

The Bay of Fundy is located on the southern coast of New Brunswick, in Maritime Canada.

It is famous for having the highest tides in the world, which can vary up to 54 feet (16 m) during the course of a day.

The Bay of Fundy is also known for its historic coastal towns and great seafood.

Overall Atmosphere: Natural
A Natural Atmosphere includes a diverse range of destinations with outdoor-oriented features, including both water-based (beaches, rivers, lakes, etc) and land-based (mountains, forests, deserts, etc). It also includes specific outdoor activities, ranging from water adventuring (eg, kayaking, sailing) to land adventuring (eg, hiking, biking).

Natural Interests tend to be:
(a) outdoors-oriented, and therefore more dependent on weather conditions
(b) less easily accessible and more physically demanding than other destination categories.

In some cases (eg, rafting and climbing), this includes a significantly increased degree of adventure (or danger, depending on one's viewpoint).
Featuring mainly outdoors-oriented natural attractions.
Recommending Sources:
   Rough Guide
   1000 Places to See Before You Die


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Unusual Local Feature
Hopewell Rocks is the provincial park to view the tides. The tide swings 14m (47') here, twice every 25 hours, and the park gives you the facilities and trails to explore it.
Also of Interest:
Historic Landmarks
Scenic Waterways

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