Updated: September 14, 2020
Underrated and yet incredibly beautiful, New Brunswick surprised us in so many ways. It’s one of the four Atlantic Provinces of Canada, and the only province in the country with both English and French as official languages. While the province covers a land area the size of Ireland, there are only 750,000 inhabitants, leaving tons of room for visitors to explore the vast natural landscapes of the province, including quaint seaside towns, small historical cities, gorgeous natural scenery, delicious seafood, and fun activities like rappelling and zip-lining.
From kayaking some of the highest tides in the world to walking around the historic streets of Fredericton, New Brunswick is an awesome province to explore.
To learn more about New Brunswick, including what to do, where to go, and how to get there, this travel guide is for you! [Read more…] about Things To Do in New Brunswick