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St. Martins Sea Caves

523 Reviews

St. Martins Sea Caves

523 Reviews
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Fundy Coast to Fundy Shore Tour
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Fundy Coast to Fundy Shore Tour

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Capture Canada’s rugged coastline on camera on this 5-hour Fundy Coast to Fundy Shore photography tour. Explore the fishing village of St John in New Brunswick with your guide. Frame beautiful shots of the lighthouse and twin bridges as the ocean swirls in the background. Visit sandstone sea caves carved out by the powerful waves. Stroll along the rocky beach and gain insight into this small community’s rich heritage. Admire the Reversing Falls Rapids and stop at the market, where the locals have been buying their fresh produce since 1876.
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Michael D wrote a review Jul 2020
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This was a fun activity; great rock formation; amazing example of what nature can create. Definitely go around the first point so you can gain access to the cove and little beach. Be sure to check the tidal chart before you go so you can take advantage of low tide.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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mattchand wrote a review May 2020
Sussex, Canada127 contributions29 helpful votes
We went down this afternoon. A good number of people were there, but the spacing was being followed and restaurants were even open (though again, following protocols). A great family afternoon. Wear waterproof sandals if you want to cross over the stream into the caves themselves.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Teresa H wrote a review Mar 2020
22 contributions3 helpful votes
Great visit, don't miss it on your visit to the island. Knowledgeable staff and fabulous beer. Not far from the ship docks if that's how you visit the island.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Bill R wrote a review Jan 2020
Tampa, Florida348 contributions61 helpful votes
We visited St Martin specifically to see the Bay of Fundy, the caves, and the area. We camped near by and timed our arrival to be there at Low tide and stayed until High tide. When we arrived we walked from the far side of the bay, across the floor of the bay, into the caves. Very interesting, lots of sea life in the little pools, shells, weeds, everything you would expect on the floor of a bay. We then toured the area, stopping often and taking our time, slowly returning to where we started in St Martins. If you see both high and low tides you miss the significance of the Bay of Fundy and the tides associated with it. We had dinner at Caves Seafood marveling at how where we had walked was now deep underwater and the caves we had entered were nearly gone with the rising sea. Don’t miss it. See our trip at my blog adventurzwithnancy.com
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Warren W wrote a review Nov 2019
25 contributions7 helpful votes
Have been on New England-Canada cruise three times. After visiting the St. Martin caves on the first cruise we have gone back on the following cruises. It is hard to visualize that the tidal swing is so great that the caves that are fully visible at low tide are covered at high tide. Took the family on the second cruise and everyone was enthralled by the view, especially the grandkids who had to cross the little streams that still exist at low tide to go into the caves. Combine this with a good meal at the Caves Restaurant and you have an outstanding site visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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