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Authentic Maritime moments. As far as the eye can see.

Watch for breaching whales from the comfort of your expertly guided boat; island hop from rugged island to rugged island; spend a night in Saint Andrews, an iconic seaside escape. Charlotte County and the Fundy Isles are coastal beauty, and seaside adventure.

In the southwestern corner of New Brunswick, along the Bay of Fundy, you’ll find the Charlotte Coastal Region, which touches the U.S. border. In this area, exploration will take you to wave-swept shores, lighthouses, beaches, coastal trails, provincial parks, and quintessential Maritime moments. In St. Stephen, opposite Calais, Maine in the USA, you’ll find a border town defined by a sweet history—it’s home to Ganong, Canada’s oldest candy company. And Saint Andrews by-the-Sea is a welcoming resort town watched over by the historic and grand Algonquin Hotel.

The Fundy Isles are a timeless experience—a world apart from the mainland yet just a ferry ride away. Campobello Island is perfect for whale-watching excursions, a stay at the provincial park, and a visit to the heritage cottage and grounds of Roosevelt Campobello International Park. Grand Manan Island is a 90-minute ferry ride to rugged cliffs and shorelines guarded by lighthouses and teeming with birds and marine life. Deer Island has beautiful coastal vistas, beaches, sea kayaking, hiking, cycling, and artisans.