As one of the famous natural wonders in Canada, the Bay of Fundy is home to the highest tides in the world and is the pride of Canadian tourism.

The Bay of Fundy is located between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on the east coast of North America. Quite uniquely shaped and home to the highest tides on the planet (16.2 meters or 53 feet). Every day, 100 billion tons of seawater flows into and out of the Bay of Fundy twice a day – more than the flow of all the world’s freshwater rivers combined.

Fundy’s extreme tides create a dynamic and diverse marine ecosystem. The Bay of Fundy is famous for creating beautiful coastal rocks, rapids, and rocks sculpted by tidal erosion over thousands of years with extremely special shapes.

It is also a key international nursery for migratory birds, a vibrant habitat for the rare and endangered Right Whales, and one of the most important vegetation in the world. world and areas where animal fossils were discovered.

Some activities and famous locations in the Bay of Fundy

Watch the tide

If you love jade green and want to watch the tides rise and fall, then watch the tides at Hopewell Rocks. In the Bay of Fundy, sea levels rose from 2 meters to 4 meters per hour. Visitors will witness this unique and attractive natural phenomenon when the bay takes on a funnel shape due to low tide. At this time, you can walk under the sea for about 3 hours before or after draining the water.

Play thrilling games

Traveling along the Bay of Fundy, you can choose for yourself a bit of adventurous entertainment such as: Kayaking, climbing a 46-meter-high cliff, exploring caves, climbing mountains or enjoying the surrounding scenery with each other. A cool breeze blows in from the sea.

Experience nature in parks

Fundy National Park is a hiker’s paradise. With more than 120 km of trails, tourists coming here can choose their own means of transportation such as walking, cycling, driving, and boating to waterfalls, rivers, mountains, streams and valleys. …

Taking a boat trip to quiet Bennett Lake, tourists will be immersed in natural scenery, plants and wildlife. What’s more interesting is sitting around the fire built on the beach to warm up in the evening.

Cape Enrage Lighthouse is considered the oldest lighthouse in the bay and is also the most beautiful viewing spot in Canada.

Experience the peaceful life on Manan Island with the beautiful views this island has to offer. This place is also a paradise for seabird watchers in particular and for those who love wildlife in general…

And it would be a pity if tourists traveling to the Bay of Fundy forget to visit the city of Saint John, the Brunswick museum, the oldest market in North America….


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