There’s a reason the Bay of Fundy draws tourists from around the world, and it’s not exactly because it has the highest tides in the world. It’s because here, you can do the impossible: you can walk on the ocean floor. No scuba gear required.
On the coast of the Bay of Fundy, just north of Saint John, New Brunswick is the small town of St. Martins, where at low tide you can not only explore the ocean floor, but walk into caves along the shoreline.
Fishing is synonymous with the Maritimes, and a trip to Nova Scotia isn’t really complete without a stop at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic in Lunenburg. Whether you’re a boat aficionado, curious about marine biology, or just want to touch some fish (yes, really), you’ll find something fascinating here. Continue reading →
A friend recently headed to Halifax with her husband and two young kids for a visit, and asked for recommendations on what to see. If a trip to Halifax with your preschool/elementary age kids is in your agenda, read on for my list of top 9 things to do in Halifax with kids!
If you’re in Fredericton on a hot summer day (unlike much of the Maritimes, it does get truly hot here, because we’re so far away from the ocean), you’ll find an abundance of spots to cool off with the kiddos. We recently discovered a new one: Hartt’s Island, an RV campground that also boasts a neat little water park and mini golf. Continue reading →
The Maritime provinces – New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia – are blessed with hundreds of beaches. Whether you’re looking for white sandy beaches or something more suited to beachcombing, we’ve got it!
While our family has many years of discovering new and wonderful beaches still ahead of us, read on for a few of our favourites so far: Continue reading →