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New Brunswick Holidays

From stunning mountains to flatlands, urban cities and picturesque towns to stretches of beautiful wilderness, a New Brunswick holiday is the chance to experience it all. It’s a wonderfully diverse province; a tapestry of French Acadian, British, Scottish, Irish and First Nations cultures set among an endlessly varied landscape, with some of the most dramatic coastline scenery that Canada has to offer.

Made for outdoor adventures, New Brunswick is a hidden gem on the Atlantic Coast. Its extensive coastline offers the chance to see majestic marine life frolicking in its natural habitat. Why not set sail on a whale-watching trip on the Bay of Fundy? Not only is this the perfect spot to see humpback whales, minke whales, and finback whales, it’s also home to Fundy National Park and Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park. With the highest tides in the world, the Bay of Fundy will give you a whole new perspective on the power and wonder of the ocean. Take to the water at high tide and kayak around the rocks, then lose yourself in wonder a little later, as you walk on the ocean floor where you kayaked just a few hours ago. 

A Dose of New Brunswick Culture

Among New Brunswick’s spectacular nature sit its cities, waiting with open arms, ready to welcome visitors to their interesting cultures, abundant greenery, and urban charms. Discover the homely, small town feel of Fredericton. Witness Saint John’s Reversing Falls, a unique series of rapids that seem to flow backwards, experience the incredible street art, and feel the strange sensation of Magnetic Hill in Moncton. 

Once you’ve discovered New Brunswick, why not take a ferry over to the neighbouring province of Nova Scotia? Spend a few nights in the famous city of Halifax, taking in its thriving art scene and delicious food, visit Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse, or simply enjoy the sandy beaches and stunning coastline. 


Destination Highlights
  • Discover the highest tides in the world at the Bay of Fundy & Hopewell Rocks
  • Visit New Brunswick’s capital Fredericton, a city that sits on the banks of the St. John River
  • Go whale-watching and look out for majestic humpback, fin and minke whales
  • Explore the Acadian forest, Fundy Trail Parkway and exceptional coastal paths of Fundy National Park

Time Zone

GMT -4 hours

Flight Time

Approx 10 hours. There are no direct flights to Fredericton or Moncton. Indirect flights are available with Air Canada via Toronto, Halifax and Montreal.


CAD - Canadian Dollar

Visa Information

Please ensure you have a valid electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) prior to your departure to Canada. Please check with the Canadian Embassy for all Visa FAQ’s



Health Information

No vaccinations required

Types of New Brunswick holidays

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New Brunswick Multi Centre Holidays

Multi Centre Holidays

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