Escape to seaside wonders and adventures

With 14 billion tonnes of seawater flowing into the Bay of Fundy’s Minas Basin, layers of rocks that expose fossil stones and dinosaur bones, up to 60 kilometres of walking and hiking trails, and mudflats that attract hundreds of migrating shorebirds during mid-summer, Nova Scotia’s Fundy Shore is one of the most dynamic destination in the East Coast. From the rushing Shubenacadie River to the spectacular Cape Chignecto Provincial Park, there are many adventures waiting for you in the Fundy Shore.

Experience the thrill of tidal bore rafting and the fascination of walking on the ocean floor. Our Fundy Shore destination itineraries can guide to you to many top things to see and do on in the land of the world’s highest tides.

Destination itineraries will be added shortly, however in the meantime check out the following blogs for travel ideas in the Fundy Shore area:

The Total Tidal Package - Fundy Region

Handmade Gifts and a Trip to Shangri-La - Burntcoat Head

A Trip to Say "Hi" at Low Tide - Burntcoat Head

Driftwood & Dining Adventure - Advocate Harbour

Fossil Fans! - Joggns

Bay of Fundy Boating Adventure - Advocate Harbour

Spring Is Sprung - Truro Area

Wood, Glass, Pelican Poo and an Artist Retreat - Maitland Area

Kids Gone Wild - Shubenacadie Area

Painting, Putters & A Donkey Named Donkey - Bass River/Glenholme Area

Reflections of Blue...Tunes, Smurfs, and Berries - Area Festivals and Events

Land of Giants - Fundy Shore & Area

The Legendary Glooscap and a Not-So-Average Joe - Truro Area

A New Light on November - Parrsboro Area

a-Maze-ing Fall Family Fun - Truro Area

Bucket-List Kayaking and a Perfect Picnic - Advocate Harbour Area

A Tidally Awesome Retreat - Economy/Five Islands Area

A "Wow" Adventure - Economy Area

Remedy for Cabin Fever: A Hike and Pan Fried Haddock - Debert/Masstown Area