Dulsing We Will Go


Fundy Adventures

685 Gulliver's Cove Road

Gulliver's Cove

Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley



Join Wanda Van Tassel of Fundy Adventures as she takes you on a dulsing adventure. This sea vegetable farmer is dedicated to sustainability as she harvests a variety of seaweed from around Gulliver's Cove, a part of the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve on the Bay of Fundy.

The Bay features the highest and lowest tides in the world -- rising and falling some 50ft as 100 billion tons of oceanwater rush in and out twice daily. Walk on the ocean floor at low tide and discover the plant life as you learn about, pick, and best of all eat the dulse. Taste seaweed fresh from the sea, learn about its health benefits right before she teaches you how to cook with it. Try Wanda's famous DLT (dulse, lettuce, tomato) sandwich, a dulse tea biscuit and a cup of dulse tea. Harvest and enjoy one of Nova Scotia's favourite sea snacks.

This experience is also great if you are looking for something the kids will enjoy - afterall, who doesn't like playing on the beach.

Your experience includes dulse harvesting instruction, hands-on harvesting, and refreshments.

Duration: 3-4 hours

Adults $73 Youth $51

Taxes included.

Group (minimum 6) and Family (minimum 2) rates available.

Customized experiences also available.

Visit www.fundyadventures.com to book this or other available or customized experiences today.

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Coupon: P6619
Conditions: Reservations required. Availability dependent on the tides and the weather. Some terrain is both rugged and steep. Please come prepared for the adventure by wearing comfortable, non-slip shoes or boots and dress in layers as there are often cool breezes off the Bay of Fundy. Be sure to bring water, a light snack, insect repellent, and sunscreen. Walking sticks will be provided. Qualified local guides will help you have a safe, exciting and profound experience in our beloved cove.
Admission: Do you enjoy not-so-typical foods? Have you tried dulse yet? What is dulse, anyway?