Acadia & New Brunswick
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|Trip Length||7 days/6 nights|
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Some places on Earth still qualify as truly rare,and the Bay of Fundy on the Atlantic Coast is one of them. Having the highest tides on Earth, the bay is a feeding ground for the protected and legendary North Atlantic right whale. Recently, it was named one of Seven Natural Wonders of North America. What isnít a wonder is why people have been drawn to this rugged area throughout history. In Maineís Acadia National Park, you can hike granite peaks, hike historic carriage roads or just be awed by the rocky scenery. In the nearby Roosevelt Campobello International Park in Canada,the only park in the world owned by the peoples of two countries, you can walk in the footsteps of Franklin D. Roosevelt and stay in a cottage on the groundsóan experience not open to the general public. On the New Brunswick side of the Bay of Fundy, you can paddle your sea kayak in one of the planetís most prized marine biospheres. This phenomenal pocket is where sea and mountains, presidents and people, right whales and Roosevelts meet. Itís where you, naturally, wonder.