Beautiful sandy beaches. An amazing coastline, viewed from the ferry. Unusual parks, combining wild nature with human civilization. This is New Brunswick – a province, in which there are as many as eight cities to be found, all focused on one thing: a more enjoyable life for tourists. In each of them you will find unique attractions that will allow you to break away from reality. What are these attractions?
Fundy National Park, Sugarloaf and Mactaquac – these are but three of nine parks, where you can meet Mother Nature face to face. Here you will find the highest peak in Martimes, heated saltwater pools, rope parks for children and campsites, allowing you to organize yourself a little camping trip.
The best place for a camping trip is Dream Dome Camping in the Kingston Peninsula. There you can rent beautiful holiday homes in the shape of domes. The richly decorated rooms offer you complete rest and a well-deserved break from everyday reality.
Is that not attractive enough? How about if we throw in ferry rides, during which you can admire the whales as well as the beautiful waterfront. Still not enough? For dessert, you can help yourself to a quiet walk along the shore of the Bay of Fundy, during which you can see the world's highest waves before your very own eyes.
You can also visit St Andrews and see for yourself The Algonquin Resort and Algonguin Golf Course.
You must also try the beer from New Brunswick. Don’t miss out on such breweries as Picaroons Traditional Ales, The Pumphouse Brewery and Big Tide Brewing. With the beer, it is best to eat such delicacies as chiards (râpée pie), beignets (potato pancakes), fricot au poulet (chicken fricot), paté au poisson (fish cakes), poutine à trou (baked fruit stuffed dumplings with sugar sauce) or pets de soeu (pinwheels).
New Brunswick will also host the World Acadian Congress, which will be held from 8-24 August 2014. On 7-10 August 2014 the 50th anniversary of Roosevelt Campobello International Park will be celebrated. In 2015, Moncton will host the group stage of the FIFA Women's World Cup.
Do you not believe in the potential of New Brunswick? Watch the video and see for yourself the beauty of this place!