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Fundy National Park of Canada

2 kayakers approaching the iconic Point Wolfe covered bridge

Paddle the World’s Highest Tides in the Bay of Fundy

You’ve walked the seafloor at lowtide and admired the craggy sea cliffs, riddled with caves and crawling with crustaceans. Now paddle around the tops of those same cliffs at high tide in an ocean kayak.

Kayak rentals and tours in the nearby fishing village of Alma enable visitors to experience the thrill of paddling Fundy’s record-setting tides. Kayak independently or on a guided tour as the Bay of Fundy – a massive 250-kilometre-long bathtub – quickly fills with water from the Atlantic Ocean. Watch as intertidal mud flats are submerged by lapping waves and the rising water lifts your kayak higher and higher.

A woman kayaking First person view of two kayakers paddling on the Bay of Fundy

Popular kayaking spots also include the nearby Hopewell Rocks, towering red sandstone “flowerpot” formations left behind by countless millennia of erosion. Each year the action of the water eats away at the base of these flowerpots, which will ultimately tumble into the ocean


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