New Brunswick

Whale Watching Alaska and Canada

The best places for whale watching Alaska & Canada Whale watching is part of a trip to Canada or Alaska. You can enjoy nature everywhere in Canada and Alaska. No wonder. If you take a closer look at the map of Canada, you quickly realize that the densely populated regions of the country are not at all [...]

Beautiful beaches in eastern Canada

Here we introduce you to beautiful beaches in Eastern Canada that we discovered on the way and that are among our favorite beaches. Each of these beaches is worth at least one detour, if not a longer stay.

Rossmount Inn in St Andrews-by-the-Sea

Enjoy the night at the Rossmount Inn in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea Relax at the Rossmount Inn after an eventful day in New Brunswick! Imagine: You spent the whole day on one of the islands on New Brunswick's west coast. And there are many of them that are worth seeing in this corner of Canada: Minister's Island, Grand Manan or Deer Island, [...]

Figures of shells made in New Brunswick

It's amazing what figurines are made out of shells in New Brunswick. On our tours we like to take a look behind the scenes of local life, and we prefer to do this when we get to know people and experience for ourselves how they live. It is not always easy, because such experiences often only arise through contacts [...]

The market of St John New Brunswick

The St John New Brunswick Market is well worth a visit. The City Market in St. John is lively, where vendors loudly advertise their wares, ranging from seafood in all variations, including the delicious Bay of Fundy lobster, to fruit and vegetables from the region, meat and cheeses from all over [...]

Specialty from New Brunswick: Dulse

Seafood specialty from New Brunswick: Dulse Seafood is one of the most important foods in Canada's Atlantic provinces. Every restaurant has scallops (mussels), haddock, salmon, lobster and oysters on the menu. That is almost part of good manners. And one is proud of it, after all, fishing was once one of the most important sources of income in the region. But New [...]

Cape Enrage, lighthouse, cliffs & sea

Cape Enrage - a playground for sea lovers A high-pitched scream drowns out the rolling of the waves on the sandy beach below the cliffs of Cape Enrage on the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, and before our eyes a young woman with a hard hat and chest harness glides through the air onto a wooden tower to, which is only a few meters from the [...]

Lobster stew - Canadian recipes

When traveling through Canada's Atlantic provinces, you come across it again and again on the menus of many restaurants: the lobster stew, which is usually served with fresh vegetables and fried potatoes, as here at the Tidal Watch Inn in St. Martin, New Brunswick. This stew is perhaps one of the best ways to cook lobster: it's a [...]

How do you eat a lobster?

How do you eat a lobster? We ask ourselves the question on our pleasure trip through New Brunswick. Do you know that too? You'd love to try an exotic specialty, but you don't know how to eat it. For lobsters, that's probably how many of us do. Here you can find out how to do it.

The dune of Bouctouche - A tip for beachcombers

The Bouctouche Dune is a nearly ten kilometer long sandbar off Bouctouche Bay in New Brunswick. Wind and waves have created them over centuries. Exactly the conditions that we encounter during our visit. Maybe that's why we can appreciate the beauty of this landscape so much?

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