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On our recent cruise to the Canadian Maritime Provinces, we sailed into the Bay of Fundy and learned that the tidal outflow in this one bay is greater than all of the rivers of the world combined. The tide changes every 6 hours and can...More
Walking on the ocean floor? What could be more amazing? There is a shuttle to the stairs but then there are 125 steps down (and up). There are frequent platforms to rest on and to view the area. The tidal change can be viewed from...More
We came here with a tourist group. Unfortunately, the tour guide rushed us and we only spent 1 hour here. So we did not see the whole park. I wished we spent more and walked around the whole park. I think it would take around...More
Hopewell Rocks in the Bay of Fundy were the highlight of my trip to the North East. We drove Maine, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. Although we were unable to be at the Flower Pots at high tide, we walked the ocean floor an could...More
The Bay of Fundy at the Hopewell Rocks exhibits the world's highest tide, ca. 50 feet. To see the erosion that it caused at the Hopewell Rocks is amazing; you really have an appreciation of the force of nature at work!
We where on our way from Maine to PEI, made a stopover and it is very interesting, something that the nature does and you normally dont have the chance to see, so if you are around, it is totally worth it!
One of the most amazing natural world phenomena you can witness!!! We were fortunate to view the Hopewell Rocks at low tide (8:45 am-10:00) and high tide (noon-12:30). Not too many crowds same day. It was one of our most memorable experiences as a family!!...More
Breathtaking views of the forces of nature...Although it was low tide when we arrived, this enabled us to take the stairs down to the beach, and walk around, photographing. Truly one place you should not miss. The shuttle costs an additional $2, but the easy...More