CULINARY

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Details

SIZE:

Maximum 24 people

DURATION:

4 hours

DATES:

July 24 and 25, 2021

COST:

$425+Tax per person

DATES:

activities

Savour the Sea Caves: An Ocean Floor Culinary Adventure

OVERVIEW:


Indulge in this exclusive opportunity of dining on the ocean floor at low tide. In the wake of the world’s highest tides, you’ll be guided by your local hosts en route to the final destination of a unique culinary experience in the St. Martins Sea Caves. The five courses of locally inspired creations from The Kilted Chef, Alain Bosse, are paired with stories of our natural and cultural history during this ocean floor culinary adventure.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Personally interact with Atlantic Canada’s Culinary Ambassador, The Kilted Chef.

  • 5 courses of locally inspired cuisine, all paired with custom beverages.

  • Enjoy over 30 local New Brunswick grown or sourced products.

  • Discover the world’s highest tides and dine in the St. Martins Sea Caves at low tide.

  • Storytelling of cultural and natural history from local guides.

  • Be in the UNESCO Fundy Biosphere Reserve.

  • Savour the Sea Caves Video: CLICK HERE

Savour the Sea Caves: An Ocean Floor Culinary Adventure

QUESTIONS?

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

INCLUSIONS

  • Locally sourced products
  • World-class Atlantic Canadian Chef
  • New Brunswick Inspired 5 course dining experience
  • Beverages paired using local distilleries and breweries

EXCLUSIONS

  • Accomodations
  • Transportation
  • Gratuities
  • Harmonized sales tax (15%)
 

Inclusions + Exclusions

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Fundy Footpath

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