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2022 Fly & Drive Programmes. Optional Experiences for Western Programmes. New Brunswick.

More things to do in New Brunswick

The list of suggested additional specialty experiences that can be incorporated into the itinerary, but are not included in the main programme cost (On Request)

1. Caraquet - Village Historique Acadian Admission | French Culture, Lobsters and Lighthouses
Renowned for the authentic character of its recreation of history and the warm welcome it reserves for its visitors, the Village Historique Acadien recalls the life of our Acadian ancestors from 1770 to 1949. More than 40 historic buildings, occupied and animated by interpreters in period costumes, give an impression of going back in time, of a brief travel through history. Each of the inhabitants has a story to tell, a craft or custom to bring to life. Take the time to savour this unique experience.

2. Hopewell Cape - Hopewell Rocks Admission | French Culture, Lobsters and Lighthouses
The Hopewell Rocks is located along the Bay of Fundy, home of the highest tides in the world. Visitors to the tidal wash area offers a unique natural experience of both high and low tides. Included is admission to the multi media exhibit in the Interpretive Centre, scenic walking trails and lookouts

3. Shediac - Lobster Tale Tour | French Culture, Lobsters and Lighthouses
Visit the “the lobster capital of the world” and experience the lively charms of Acadia hospitality in this beautiful coastal area. On this ocean cruise you will learn to haul real lobster traps, prepare them in the traditional Shediac way, and finally savour a mouthwatering lobster dinner on board an authentic Atlantic fishing boat. Cool salt-water breezes, sparkling blue waters and warm smiles make this Atlantic adventure a seaside treat.

4. St. Andrews - Marine Wildlife and Whalewatching Tour (2 hours) - Zodiac | French Culture, Lobsters and Lighthouses; A Taste of the Maritimes
The thrill of racing across the waves of the Fundy coastal waters is matched by the magnificent natural spectacle of a massive Humpback, Finback or Minke whale cresting the surface as it feeds along the route its annual migration. Your small group of 6 to 12 fellow adventurers is guided by an experienced mariner in a high-speed rigid hull Zodiac boat, equipped with the latest modern tracking equipment to maximize the chances to view as many whales as possible. Colourful puffins dot the cliff sides as bald eagles.
Minimum age: 5 and razorbills wheel in the crisp skies overhead – a wildlife experience you will never forget.