The gateway to the Maritimes, New Brunswick differs from Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island as it's largely sheltered from the Atlantic Ocean.
It's also the only constitutionally bilingual province in all of Canada, with many of the locals speaking French instead of English.
The landscape here is largely forested, cut through by fast flowing rivers and deep valleys.
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At Fundy National Park you'll find the highest tides in the world, plus swirling nutrient-rich waters that attract an unrivalled population of whales.
Whale watching season runs from June to October, and it's easy to integrate a boat tour as part of your Eastern Canada rail vacation.
While you're here, you can also enjoy delicious seafood and the warmest saltwater beaches in all of Canada.
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