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Fundy Tide Runners Whale Watching and Nature Tours
Fundy Tide Runners Whale Watching and Nature Tours in St Andrews, New Brunswick, offers memorable and exciting adventures on board Tide Runner, their 25-foot Zodiac Hurricane. Our whale watching tours give passengers the chance of seeing whales as nature intended, in their natural environment, and there will also be encounters with harbor seals, porpoises, Atlantic puffins, bald eagles, dolphins and more. Fundy Tide Runners Whale Watching and Nature Tours was established in 1995, and over the years has built up a stellar reputation of providing nature whale watching tours that are exciting, safe and certainly memorable.
Truro is located in Colchester County, Nova Scotia, Canada with historic downtown and world renowned tidal phenomena of the Bay of Fundy, call the tidal bore which occurs twice a day.
Digby is a town in western Nova Scotia which lies on the Annapolis Basin of the Bay of Fundy. Digby is the shire town and commercial hub of Digby County. The town is famous for its scallop fishing fleet.
Hall's Harbour is a fishing community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Kings County on the North Mountain along the shore of the Bay of Fundy.
Parrsboro is the largest town on the Minas Basin and a major tourist centre on this portion of the Glooscap Trail. The town has accommodations, gift shops, restaurants, a medical centre, R.C.M.P., campgrounds, a quaint shopping area, parks, museums, a golf course, live theatre and a variety of nearby scenic drives.
Harwood House Bed and Breakfast
Harwood House Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located in Wolfville offering guest rooms and close location to various tourist attractions such as: Hall's Harbour, Blomindon Look Off, South Shore, Domaine de Grand, Gaspereau River, Prescott House Museum, Robie Tufts, Nature Centre, Kejimkujik National Park, Cape Split... and more.
Gingerbread House Inn
Gingerbread House Inn, located in Nova Scotia's scenic Annapolis Valley, in Wolfville offer three rooms and four suites with private entrances and non-smoking policy. Nearby Attractions: whale watching, historic sites, skiing at Martock, Evangeline Trail, Acadia University, Ken-Wo Golf, Blomidon Provincial Park
Tattingstone Inn located on Main Street in picturesque Wolfville, is a heritage B&B property with 10 rooms close to the town's restaurants, shops, galleries, the university and The Atlantic Theatre Festival. Activities include: cross country, downhill skiing, Bird watching, skiing at Martock, Evangeline Trail, Acadia University, Ken-Wo Golf, Blomidon Provincial Park, Hall's Harbour and more.
McCormack House a classic vacation rental home with large, private garden and spectacular views with 3 bedrooms. Walking distance to Acadia University and down town Wolfville.
Visit Moore's Specialities in Bay of Fundy