ST. ANDREWS, NEW BRUNSWICK
St. Andrews, New Brunswick, is located at the tip of a peninsula jutting into the Bay of Fundy, and very near the US border. Known for whale watching in the late summer months, St. Andrews contains some of the oldest still-standing building in the province.
Blueberries are New Brunswick's largest export by GDP, and this tour highlights one of our favourite uses for the superfruit, wine. Some of the best blueberries are produced along the Fundy Coast.
Witness the highest tides in the world when we pay a visit to Minister's Island. Depending on the tides, you may even cross a natural "bar road" only passable at low tide.