The tides at the Bay of Fundy are on many must-see lists with reason. This unique natural wonder, which takes place twice a day, is one for the world-record books. The bay, which sits between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, sees tides rise (or fall) by some 40 feet every six hours. In the process, the entire landscape is transformed as the ocean floor you had just walked across sits under several stories of water. Michael will direct you to some of the prime places to view this phenomenon, like the fishing village of Halls Harbour and Cape Chignecto, seen here.
If you want to experience the tides of the Bay of Fundy, yet be assured that you’ll have a warm meal waiting after, read more about Michael’s itinerary at AFAR Journeys.