3. Whale-Watching in the Bay of Fundy
Is whale watching on your bucket list? Come to the Bay of Fundy and make your dream a once-in-a-lifetime reality. Teeming with marine life, the mouth of the Bay provides the perfect feeding ground for a spectacular variety of nature’s largest mammals. During the summer and early fall, Minke, Humpback, Finback and North Atlantic Right Whales frequent this area to feast upon its bountiful underwater banquet. Best of all, not only will you spot whales, but dolphins, seals, sharks and plenty of sea birds such as puffins and gannets make guest appearances too. Whale watching excursions sail from various New Brunswick and Nova Scotia ports during the summer months.