Explore one of the world’s most dramatic and dynamic coastlines
Visit Atlantic Canada’s Bay of Fundy! Home to the highest tides in the world, the Bay of Fundy is a 270 km (170 mile) long ocean bay that stretches between the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on Canada’s east coast.
Each day 160 billion tonnes of seawater flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy during one tide cycle more than the combined flow of the world’s freshwater rivers!
Bay of Fundy — Canada’s Natural Wonder
Experience the incredibly diverse Bay of Fundy in its National Parks, UNESCO sites, national historical sites, outstanding provincial parks, and provincial museums. Bay of Fundy is the world’s most dynamic tidal coastline, recognized nationally and internationally.
Things to do, places to explore
There are breathtaking hiking trails and sea kayaking tours along sculpted coastline, cliffs and islands. At the mouth of the Bay, you will have an opportunity to see the rare northern right whale (plus 7 other kinds of whales) that congregate in the nutrient rich water.
Look for tourism operators with the Bay of Fundy logo
The Bay of Fundy (recommended experience) logo is a designation awarded to tourism operators who voluntarily exceed the Bay of Fundy Tourism’s rigorous standards for ecological sustainability, quality and customer service.
Experience authentic Fundy hospitality
Experience authentic Fundy hospitality with accommodations celebrating the Bay’s rich architectural heritage. Choose from a broad spectrum of full-service hotels, distinctive country inns, historic bed and breakfasts, and beautifully crafted coastal cottages.
Join the people of the Bay as they celebrate, share, and preserve the earth’s most dramatic and diverse tidal environment. It’s a visitor experience unlike any other in the world!
Bay of Fundy cuisine is not to be missed
Lobster, scallops, mussels, smoked salmon, and other fresh fish are perfect complements to Fundy’s award-winning wines. In addition to traditional harvests of wild blueberries and maple products, Fundy retaurants, inns and farm markets feature a great variety of fresh fruit and vegetables. If you dare, sample Fundy’s popular edible seaweed snack: dulse!
Bay of Fundy Tourism Partnership
We are an alliance of Bay of Fundy ecotourism operators including whale watching, kayaking and rafting tours, parks, museums, other attractions as well as accommodations throughout the Bay of Fundy region. The partnership works to create a seamless appreciation of the Bay of Fundy’s nature tourism experience.