Whale Watching

Algonquin credit: Lia Rinaldo
Wet, Wild (and Spooky) Adventures in St. Andrews by-the-Sea, New Brunswick

Originally Published March 27, 2019 An hour’s drive from the city of Saint John, and only a hop away from the American border, the colourful waterfront town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea, New Brunswick, has long been a summer playground for wealthy Americans. The Algonquin Resort, famous for its ghosts; the
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Atlantis Cruises Whale Watching Hawaii Whale Breaching Credit Heather Del Carlo
Have A Whale Adventure in Hawaii!

Canadians aren’t the only ones wanting to head to warmer climes when the weather turns cold. Thousands of humpback whales will soon make their journey from the chilly North Pacific to Hawaii’s warm waters to nurse their new calves and breed. Visitors to Honolulu have a new way to view
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Whale Watching on Brier Island
Patience…and Exhilaration: Whale Watching on Brier Island, Nova Scotia

The Bay of Fundy, with a coast shared by Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, has the highest tides in the world. Small and relatively remote, Brier Island sits at the mouth of the bay, on  the tip of a thin spit called Digby Neck. Due to its location and natural
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