From the international destination of Moncton to Canada’s oldest seaside resort. From warm, sandy beaches to Fundy National Park and Grand Manan Island. From whale watching to seeing the biggest lobster in the world.

New Brunswick is the natural starting point for your journey through Atlantic Canada, and if you pause here a while you may well find it is the high point of your trip. Its landscape is diverse, but unvaryingly beautiful, with small coastal towns following sandy beaches and charming coves. The atmosphere is relaxed and quaintly old fashioned; especially in places like Saint Andrews, Canada’s oldest seaside resort.

The Bay of Fundy will also delight you with its Fundy National Park, the scenic Grand Manan Island and fine beaches snuggled beneath sandstone cliffs. In Moncton you’ll find yourself at New Brunswick’s communications hub, whilst the provincial capital – Fredericton – is known for the variety and excellence of its museums and galleries, restaurant, cafés and happening nightlife. And surprises await. Shediac boasts the world’s largest lobster. Miramichi presents grand Victorian homes. The sea offers kayaking expeditions, tall ships tours and sublime whale watching.