New Brunswick – site of the oldest mountains on the planet
See the mountains in comfort and style, with Ambassatours Gray Line. We’ll take you along tranquil coastal stretches up into the Appalachian Mountains, right to the highest peak: Mount Carleton, which is older even than the Himalayas! Along the way, you can canoe the Restigouche River, home of our world-famous Restigouche salmon. Swim, hike or just take in some rays on our freshwater and saltwater beaches.
And, there’s even more to explore!
Our always cheerful, kilted guides will:
Introduce you: to hospitable home towns, like Campbellton, Dalhousie and San Quentin. Hidden treasures that house rough ‘n’ tumble rodeos, excellent theatre and fine dining, as well as coastal and inland adventures.
Show you: even more home towns, each with its own appeal. Florenceville, which claims to be the “French Fry Capital of the World”, while Shediac is the “Lobster Capital of the World”. And who’d want to miss out on the ”Covered Bridge Capital of Canada” – Sussex, with no fewer than eight kissing bridges nearby.
Take you: through tiny towns and villages off the beaten track, where you’ll find yard sales and church socials, and will never feel like a stranger for long!
Share Local Delicacies: with you. Fresh fiddlehead greens in the spring. Dulce, the delicious reddish seaweed that grows on coastal rocks between June and September. Try it sun-dried or pan-fried into tasty chips. Desserts to die for, too, including sugar pie and fresh apple pastries.
Take you Bird-Watching: According to The Audobon Society, New Brunswick is on of the best bird-watching destinations in Eastern Canada.
Go Whale-Watching: with you. Our province will show you more kinds of whales more often than anywhere else!