Adventures in the Isles of the Bay of Fundy

Kayaking, Puffins, Lighthouses and Lobster

July 15-23, 2019

The world’s highest tides—rising and falling as much as 50 feet twice a day in some areas—are the Bay of Fundy’s best known attraction. But these phenomenal currents and the cliffside panoramas they have sculpted are just the beginning of our adventure. The Bay of Fundy is comparable only to the Amazon rainforest for marine biodiversity. We explore many ecosystems on hikes through rare, old-growth Acadian forests, past salt marshes, mud flats and sphagnum bogs, and into beautiful wilderness areas. Kayak to sea caves accessible only by water, explore sea stacks and rugged beaches, and spot eagles, whales, dolphins, and other wildlife. Keep an eye out for finbacks—the world’s second-largest whales, reaching lengths of up to 80 feet.

Our hikes are complemented by stories of the area’s history and culture—rich with shipbuilding and fishing, and we’ll visit vibrant villages, working harbors, and Canada’s oldest city, founded by Americans who fled the Revolutionary colonies because they wanted to remain British subjects. Settling for a few days on Campobello Island, we’ll experience the beloved homestead of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who spent many summers here. And of course we sample the area’s lobsters and mussels in the region’s renowned fresh maritime cuisine.

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