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Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley Region

It’s discovery from top to bottom in the Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley region. Climb 300 foot cliffs overlooking waters where 15 species of whales come to mate, play and feast on plankton. Then walk on the bottom of the ocean when the tide drops the height of a four-storey building. And with a taste of the ocean still fresh in your memories, here’s a reminder that lobster, scallops, mussels and smoked salmon complement the offerings of the area’s 11 wineries.

Outdoor Adventures

Get to know the Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley Region:

Framed by two parallel mountain ranges, the Valley is one of Canada’s best fruit-growing regions. Home of the legendary Glooscap of the Mi’kmaq people, early European settlers would also farm this soil and fish these waters.

Step across the threshold of history at Port Royal National Historic Site, featuring a reconstruction of an early 17th century French settlement. Costumed interpreters and period demonstrations recreate one of the first settlements in the New World.

Search for the ocean’s agile giants on a whale-watching cruise, and raft the boisterous waves of a tidal bore. Bike across historic Acadian dykelands in Grand Pré, our latest UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site, and discover fossilized footprints of Coal Age creatures at Joggins Fossil Cliffs, yet another World Heritage Site.

Take a journey that rewards the traveller with the power of nature, and the pull of history.

Don’t Miss Experiences

Historical Escapes

Evangeline Trail

Follow Nova Scotia’s Fundy seacoast through time, from early Acadian settlements to present-day fishing fleets.

 

 

Glooscap

Walk where Mi’kmaq cultural legend Glooscap is said to have controlled the tides with his magic, and hike where the dinosaurs once roamed.

 

Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley Communities

Digby Wolfville Truro Windsor