The Bay of Fundy is 320 km (200 mi) long and is located on Canada’s East Coast. The Bay separates the province of Nova Scotia (to the south-east) from New Brunswick to the north-west and is interspersed with coastal communities and national and provincial parks.
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- Probably the most important tip for seeing the tides is knowing that it takes 6 hours and 13 minutes for the tide to go from low to high (or vice versa).
- The best way to experience most effects of the tides is to visit the same location twice in one day: at high tide and low tide. For detailed information about the various tidal phenomena and suggested viewing locations, visit the World’s highest tides page.
- Tide times for various locations around the bay are on the tide times page.