The province of New Brunswick is a mix of rugged shorelines, inland forests, and diverse cultures. One of the four original provinces when Canada entered confederation in 1867, New Brunswick is the only province in Canada that constitutionally bilingual in French and English. New Brunswick is the primary home of the Acadian people — French descendants both historically and culturally different from descendants of modern-day Quebec.
The coastline of this province is the perfect location for a kayaking expedition. New Brunswick is home to the famous Bay of Fundy, which has the highest tides in the world and some of the most scenic coastline in North America. Kayaking trips along the Bay of Fundy and Grand Manan Island are a popular activity.
New Brunswick is also home to one of the most famous Atlantic Salmon rivers, the Mirimichi River. The river's fame rests primarily on its unmatched ability to sustain a huge population of Atlantic Salmon. Fly-fisherman from all over the world come to the Mirimichi River to experience excellent fishing opportunities. Full lodge services are available to make for a comfortable fly-fishing experience.