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New Brunswick is a region on the eastern coast of Canada. It is a province home to awe-inspiring nature, magnificent tides and fantastic coastlines. Among the notable cities in New Brunswick are the capital Fredericton, Moncton and St Andrews.
Visitors can land at Fredericton Airport or Greater Moncton International Airport for their New Brunswick holidays. Along the eastern coast of New Brunswick is a Via Rail line which passes through Moncton, Bathurst, Campbellton and terminates at Montreal. New Brunswick is four hours behind GMT. New Brunswick has snowy winters and pleasantly warm summers, with the south experiencing more of a maritime climate with slightly colder summer months. An optimum time to holiday in New Brunswick is during summer, before it begins to get cold around mid-September.
Located on the Bay of Fundy is the Fundy National Park which has some of the highest tides in the world and numerous waterfalls. The park also includes a golf course, camp grounds and a saltwater swimming pool. The Kouchibouguac National Park is another natural wonder located on the east coast where there are sand dunes, lagoons and barrier islands. There, visitors go seal watching, cross-country skiing or canoeing down the rivers. During the winter visitors can check out ski resorts such as Crabbe Mountain, the highest mountain in New Brunswick, which has plenty of alpine trails and glades.
Visitors to Fredericton should take a trip to the Historic Garrison District where a number of historical re-enactments are staged along the majestic St John River. Within the district is the Fredericton Region Museum with its diverse range of artefacts. Moncton is home to Centennial Park which includes an outdoor pool and beach. The Moncton Museum has an exhibit on the history of Moncton. A further highlight on New Brunswick holidays is Kingsbrae Garden, St Andrews' 27 acre horticultural garden.