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The Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia is a natural phenomenon that you won't see anywhere else in the world! Imagine walking on the ocean floor at low tide!
Burntcoat Head is located on the gorgeous Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia. Twice each day the water from this bay fills & empties 160 billion tons of water.
Cape d'Or is a unique spot where you can stand beside a lighthouse while admiring the Bay of Fundy in beautiful Nova Scotia.
Discover the Fundy Geological Museum & explore the world of the dinosaur!
The Joggins Fossil Cliffs are where the earth's earliest reptiles lived. These reptiles are the ancestors of the dinasours.
Cape Chignecto provincial park offers some of the best unspoiled wilderness in Nova Scotia. Explore sea cliffs that rise 180 metres (600 ft) above the shore.
The Five Islands Lighthouse Park is a fabulous chance to enjoy panoramic views of the Bay of Fundy and to easily go down to the beach & mudflats at low tide.
Discover the Balancing Rock on the shores of St. Mary's Bay in Nova Scotia. A force of nature!