Hopewell Rocks & Bay of Fundy/Low Tide - 10 hours - $400 for minivan and tour operator
Tours are private and are priced per vehicle.
Hopewell Rocks and Bay of Fundy/Low Tide - 10 hours
The Bay of Fundy is a large ocean water area that is 150-200km/90-120mi long and 50-100km/30-60mi wide and is enclosed on three sides by the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and the American state of Maine. It was created between 15 000 and 10 000 years ago as the last ice age receded. It has the first or second largest tides in the world with a range of fifteen metres/fifty feet. It's large expanse of mud flats provide summer feeding grounds for millions of migrating shorebirds. The fishery and whale watching provide economic livelihood for many people.
The Hopewell Rocks is an interesting rock formation. Additional information here http://www.thehopewellrocks.ca The park charges an admission fee.
The timing during the day that we visit the Bay of Fundy is important.
Bruces Tours will conduct a tour of the Hopewell Rocks, usually at or around low tide. To view the expected tide levels during your visit, please go to http://www.waterlevels.gc.ca/
Note that travel times from Dartmouth/Halifax to and from the Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick is approxiamately 4.0 hours each way. Actual time at the Hopewell Rocks at the Bay of Fundy will be approxiametely 2-3 hours.
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