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9 Days (includes travel days to and from destination)


Level 2 - Easy+


Hiking, local cuisine, whale watching, historical tours, sea kayaking, natural history


$5300+Tax per person



Meet the Locals


Immerse yourself in the Bay of Fundy, home of the Highest Tides in the World, where you will discover the remarkable communities that make up this dynamic coast. Stay on FDR's "Beloved Island" of Campobello and hike, dine, and kayak your way through villages hewn by the sea. Ride the currents past towering caves that remain impervious to the passage of time. This unique and authentic experience promises a comfortable pace that is well suited to the leisurely traveller in us all.


  • Discover Saint John, Canada’s oldest incorporated city

  • Explore the coastal panoramic views

    on the Fundy Trail Parkway 

  • Explore the UNESCO Fundy

    Biosphere Reserve and UNESCO Stonehammer Geopark

  • Sea Kayak past the St. Martins Sea Caves at high tide and walk in them at low tide

  • Hike in Fundy National Park
  • Stay at the Roosevelt Cottages on Eleanor and FDR’s “Beloved Island” of Campobello
  • Enjoy a Maritime lobster dinner
  • Watch for whales on the Bay of Fundy



Arrive at the Saint John Airport (YSJ) and take a Red Rock Adventure shuttle to the city of Saint John. Stay at the Hilton Hotel and take time for yourself to relax or explore the city. There’s lots of great restaurants and tons of history for you to discover. 


Have breakfast at the Hilton’s York Bistro before embarking on a city tour with your guides. After that, start diving into nature with a tour of the Irving Nature Park. A trailside lunch precedes your commute to the quaint Village of St. Martins. Take in a historical walking tour of the village with your guides and finish off the evening with dinner at Vaughn’s Restaurant, the victorian home of a major shipbuilding family.



Start your day with breakfast at Vaughn’s Restaurant before exploring the UNESCO Fundy Biosphere from the Fundy Trail Parkway. After a trailside lunch, discover the Biosphere from a different perspective as you embark on a Sea Cave kayak tour, launching from the working harbour in St. Martins. Finish the night with a beach barbeque and entertainment along the Bay of Fundy.


Today you depart from St. Martins going east to Fundy National Park. Hike the Matthews Head Loop before enjoying local cuisine at the Octopus Garden Restaurant. Explore the town of Alma before heading back to St. Martins. 


Enjoy your final morning in St. Martins before departing west to the Fundy Isles Archipelago. Ferry through the islands on your way to Campobello, where you will check in to the historical Roosevelt Cottages at the Roosevelt Campobello International Park. Among all the highlights of the day, the greatest is the Tea With Eleanor. Experience the life and lore of the First Lady through an astoundingly accurate reenactment.


This day is certainly a day of exploration and discovery. After departing the Adams House, travel the same carriage roads the Roosevelts traveled on to hike along the same beaches they frequented. Have lunch at the world famous Head Harbour Lighthouse before heading out to sea in search of whales. If you’re lucky, you could see the Finback Whale, reaching sizes up to 89.6ft, this is the second largest animal in the world and entirely awe-inspiring. Head back to the Roosevelt Cottages to have cocktails with FDR, followed by a lobster dinner. 


Breakfast and some free time on Campobello ease you into your short boat ride to the town of St. Andrews-by-the-Sea. The history of St. Andrews will not be lost as you take a historic tour with the most prominent guide from the area. At the end of your tour, you will arrive at Kingsbrae Gardens, where you will be wowed by Chef Alex Haun and his local creations. Check in to yet another historical destination, complete with a ghost story or two, and stay at the Algonquin Hotel. Cap the night off at the quaint Niger Reef Tea House. 


Have breakfast at the Algonquin Hotel and visit Minister’s Island. Stick close to your guides, as you are only able to get on or off this island at low tide. Have the afternoon to explore St. Andrews for yourself before attending a farewell dinner at the highly regarded Rossmount Inn. 


One last breakfast together at the Algonquin Hotel before you are shuttled to the Saint John Airport and head home.


Our guides were awesome. They thought of everything, and were very knowledgeable about the areas we traveled, and very enthusiastic.

– Mary Beth M., Corpus Christi, TX


Inclusions & Exclusions


  • Local guides

  • Accommodations

  • Meals (except two lunches)

  • Airport shuttles on travel days

  • Park fees


  • Airfare and airfare taxes

  • Guide and driver gratuities

  • Travel insurance

  • Personal expenses

Inclusions + Exclusions

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Fundy Footpath


The rugged geology and natural beauty of the Bay of Fundy wilderness was the inspiration for the creation of the 41-km (25-mi.) Fundy Footpath, whose unique ecosystem can only be appreciated on foot, in the ambience of the Bay of Fundy microclimate.


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