WORLD CLASS LAND AND SEA-BASED ADVENTURES
We create authentic Bay of Fundy itineraries unique to your company and clients. Specializing in coastal hiking, sea kayaking, local culture and cuisine, we'll help you curate the most memorable experiences New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy has to offer.
Here's what we can do for you
We will assist in developing a custom itinerary right for your clients
We will manage all logistics (reservations, lodging, meals, transportation, activities, guides)
We will work and build relationships with all local suppliers to ensure the best services
and products are delivered
We will represent your company with the pride and professionalism it deserves
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Get to know the locals
Voted Canada’s top natural wonder, the Bay of Fundy is home to the highest tides on Earth. But the drama doesn’t stop at the water’s edge: a sea of stars lays claim to the region each night, the sky generously providing countless brilliant reminders that this UNESCO World Heritage site is also a designated dark-sky preserve. Whether your adventure is by day or by night, it’s easy to see why the Bay of Fundy is a naturalist’s paradise.
Where everyone’s a fisherman at heart.
Discover the magic of New Brunswick’s Fundy Isles, a place truly East of Ordinary. On Campobello, Grand Manan and Deer Islands, you’ll find amazing parks, charming fishing villages, breathtaking scenery and friendly islanders. Experience true island life – Maritime style – when you travel to the awe-inspiring Fundy Isles. Meet charming people in charming places and explore the never-ending shorelines, wave-swept beaches and colourful fishing villages that make the Fundy Isles a timeless experience.
FOLLOW US OFF THE MAP
Carved by wind and tide, few places are as inspiring as New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy, where every visit is lit by endless adventure.
It all starts Hopewell Rocks, where you can tour around the flowerpots that tower overhead at low tide. Then hike along the Fundy Trail, rappel down craggy cliffs at Cape Enrage, set up camp at Fundy National Park, or head out to sea on a whale-watching excursion around the Fundy Isles.
Back on shore, you won’t want to miss the sunset on the scenic drive between two of the friendliest neighbours: Maine, USA and New Brunswick, Canada.