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Port of Saint John, New Brunswick

Saint John Holidays

A blend of nature, culture and history

The only city nestled on the Bay of Fundy; Saint John offers a brilliant mix of natural attractions, breath taking port architecture, and rich culture. Read more...

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Atlantic Maritimes Tour

12 Night Tour from £2,999 Including Flights

Get a glimpse of Nova Scotia's picturesque fishing villages, and see the rugged coastal landscapes along New Brunswick's shores of the Bay of Fundy. Experience magnificent vistas, thrilling adventures, charming villages and fascinating cities.

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Eastern Rail Experience

7 Nights Tour from £1,399 Including Flights

Taking the "Ocean" route on VIA rail through the Canadian Maritimes, start in Halifax journeying through Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. After experiencing the charming and historic city of Quebec, continue by rail to follow the St Lawrence river, with a stay in Montreal and ending in Toronto.

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Enchanting Canadian Maritimes

Experience the Canada's Maritime region, taking in the highlights of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick on this 10 night escorted tour. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lunenburg, cruise Bras d'Or Lake and journey along the beautiful Cabot Trail.

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Landscapes of the Canadian Maritimes

11 Night Tour from £3,099 Including Flights

This relaxed escorted tour of the most easterly Canadian provinces is all about the sea, with intriguing insights into Canada’s maritime history, stunning ocean vistas, charming harbours and fascinating wildlife.

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Self-Drive Maritime Magic Treasures

13 Night Self Drive Tour from £1,669 Including Flights

This route through the Maritime offers the very best of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. You will begin in Halifax before traversing Nova Scotia’s picturesque fishing villages and rugged coastal landscapes at the Bay of Fundy.

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Explore the Beauty of Saint John

The second largest city in New Brunswick, the coastal metropolis of Saint John is full of history, and therefore full of exciting and fascinating opportunities. Known as the Loyalist City, Saint John was created by British subjects that had fled the United States in order to remain loyal to Britain in 1783, and now in the present day the city is home to museums, shops, restaurants, and beautiful architecture.

Things to do in Saint John

The New Brunswick Museum hosts a plethora of local artwork dating way back to the 1800's, and is a truly interesting way to while away an afternoon. Meanwhile, the Saint John City Market is a vibrant oasis full of delicious delicacies, offering a variety of cuisines Monday to Saturday all year round.

One of our favourite ways to spend a morning is walking along to the Market Square to watch cruise ships dock at the harbour, dipping in to the city’s sumptuous restaurants, brilliant galleries and diverse shops along the way. There’s plenty for families too, including the Cherry Brook Zoo, and spectacular productions at the Imperial Theatre.

Though the architecture is phenomenal, Saint John’s natural beauty is what makes Saint John so joyful. Get some fresh air and stroll along Irving Nature Park’s seven miles of trails, or discover the Reversing Rapids and marvel at the rapids running backwards at high tide.

When to visit Saint John

The best months to visit Saint John is April to May and September to October, offering a mild temperature perfect for exploring, a big bloom of colourful flora and changing leaves, and better hotel rates. The summer is of course an excellent time to explore the coastal city, but the crowds can get very busy.

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