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The 5 Most Instagrammable Spots In New Brunswick

If you’re charging it out to the Maritimes this summer, be sure to lock in your hashtag game and bring your phone charger. New Brunswick’s incredible fluctuating tides, vast coastline, historic buildings, fishing villages and dark night sky come together to create photographic landscape that’s bound to have you blowing up your friend’s feeds.

Here’s our list of the five most Instagrammable spots in New Brunswick:

 

Hopewell Rocks

 

Located on the shores of the Bay of Fundy, Hopewell Rocks are one of the Marine Wonders of the World and the site of some of the highest tides on the entire planet. These 40-70 foot tall rock formations and exposed ocean floor make for some pretty incredible photos but the immense tides are such a sight that you may find it hard to actually put your eyes behind a lens.

 

Grand Manan Island

 

Grand Manan has to be one of the coolest small islands we’ve ever visited. With uncrowded beaches, amazing hiking, good cycling, whale-watching, kayaking, lighthouses, rugged cliffs and scenic fishing communities, Grand Manan has everything Maritimes in one small package.

 

City Of Saint John

 

We couldn’t write a list of the most Instagrammable spots in New Brunswick without it. Located on the scenic Bay of Fundy is the oldest incorporated city in the country, Saint John. The landscape of port architecture, urban charm and natural scenery makes for the perfect backdrop for any photo.

Town Of Saint George

 

St. George is a cool little town that that offers whale-watching, scuba diving, hiking and bike tours. And while the brightly coloured forests and fishing boats make for some good photos, the view of St. George Gorge at First Falls and its accompanying red dam make for one of the more unique photos you could grab in Canada.

 

Kouchibouguac National Park

 

Kouchibouguac National Park is an awesome national park that runs alongside the Acadian Coastal Drive. This National Park has the warmest salt water in Canada, but the colourful salt marsh and bog, sand dunes, calm lagoon waters and incredibly dark sky make for some incredible photo opportunities.

 

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