Water, Wine, and Whales in The Bay of Fundy with North & Leisure; Elizabeth Cody;  TravelResearchOnline


Canada – Joggins Fossil Cliffs

The Bay of Fundy has one of the world’s most unique boasts: the world’s highest tide. But the rushing waters aren’t the only attraction bringing visitors to this southern region of New Brunswick year after year. From ancient fossils weaving a story into the cliffs to carving out a new identity as a top wine destination, the Bay of Fundy is a fun and eclectic area just waiting for you. Come and see why this humble Canadian heartland is making a big name for itself.

60-Second Geography

Bay of Fundy

  • Probably the most famous sight in the Bay of Fundy, the Hopewell Rocks jut out of the bay topped with various fronds of greenery. Three hours before and after low tide, the bay completely empties out, leaving the bottom of the ocean floor exposed and visitors able to walk directly on it.

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