The Bay of Fundy (French: Baie de Fundy) is a bay on the Atlantic coast of North America, on the northeast end of the Gulf of Maine between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, with a small portion touching the U.S. state of Maine. Bay of Fundy is a very beautiful place that offers many different species. Bay of Fundy has been a UNESCO World Heritage as a site of Nature is located near Amherst and Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border on the Fundy Shore, where you’ll find the world’s largest collection of fossils 300 million years.
There are many extraordinary experiences are found along the Fundy Shore & Annapolis Valley. Visit the Cape d’Or lighthouse located at the point where the panoramic view of Minas Basin meets the Bay of Fundy, or spend the afternoon sunbathing on the sand Five Islands Park. Climb into the path of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park to see the Three Sisters, one of Nova Scotia’s most famous formation of rock, only accessible by boat. Many people travel to the Bay of Fundy to witness the highest tides in the world.
During each tidal cycle for 12 hours, one billion tonnes of water flow in and out of the bay – which is more than the flow of all freshwater rivers in the world combined – making it one of the best places on earth to raise “green” tidal energy. The most prominent tidal around the Minas Basin, with a tidal range of up to 15 meters. The highest wave ever recorded was 16.6 meters in Burncoat Head, Nova Scotia.
Bay of Fundy has been compared to many diverse ecosystems in marine biodiversity to the Amazon Rain Forest. This is a very important site for migratory birds, fish and marine mammals, so many activities for visitors to our compassionate nature. Is also varied geological landscape includes coastal areas of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Maine. Bay of Fundy waters visited by more than 8 species of whales and an abundance of dolphins, porpoises, fish, seals, and seabirds.
Bay of Fundy provide “seed” is important, where more than half the world’s population of endangered North Atlantic Right whales raise their calves. Here you bias whale watching season runs from June to October inclusive. See this graceful whales and dolphins are truly spectacular and is sure to be a highlight of your vacation in the bay Bay of Fundy. Coastal hiking trails take you across the dramatic cliffs that rise above the waters of the bay of Fundy.