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  • Gael Tours

    Make the scenic shores of the Annapolis Basin and the Bay of Fundy your destination. Experience Digby’s historic streetscapes and the culture of an active fishing community. Sample fare from the sea as we stroll the waterfront. Explore the spectacular rocky shore while we take a close-up view of the flora and fauna and discover Read more [...]

  • Admiral Digby Inn

    Enjoy the beauty of the Annapolis Basin from your room, and from the dining room. Drive to nearby towns and their many attractions and events. Local Whale Watching, Deep-Sea Fishing, Carnivals, Exhibitions and parades. Visit the boardwalk downtown, historic Admiral Digby Museum, and its exhibits of early government and way of life. During your walk Read more [...]

  • Digby Pines Golf Resort and Spa

    Digby Pines Golf Resort and Spa is as rare and majestic as the setting in which it resides. Beautifully situated overlooking the phenomenal Bay of Fundy, our resort offers a refreshing coastal escape for those seeking a quiet retreat to restore spirits, an invigorating setting to perfect your golf swing, a secluded getaway to rekindle Read more [...]

  • Petit Passage Whale-watch Tours

    Petit Passage is owned and operated by the Theraiult family of Digby Neck. Craig Theriault is the Captain of the Passage Provider. He has twenty years experience finding whales and has lobster and scallop fished these waters since he was fourteen years old. His father, Harold has been on the waters of the Bay of Read more [...]

  • Ocean Explorations Zodiac Whale Cruises

    The waters at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy from the ledges off Brier Island right up the Digby Neck are important feeding areas for many species of cetaceans (whales, dolphins, porpoises), seals and a wide variety of seabirds. Most common species seen are the Minke, humpback and fin whales, harbour porpoise and Atlantic Read more [...]