Published on : Saturday, January 6, 2018
In 2018, there are lots of things going on in Canada’s eastern region. There are plethora of attractions to see, do and indulge for different types of travelers, starting right from urbanites, nature lovers to gourmets, in Canada’s best kept secret; New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.
Hot Spots for Urbanites:
Saint Andrews, New Brunswick
This picturesque little town on the borders of Passamaquoddy Bay was lately elected as the ‘Best Destination in Canada’ by USA Today – a huge tribute for this quaint town, having 550 buildings. The town made headlines even more by the fact that around 280 buildings were built before 1880. It’s the perfect base for discovering the Bay of Fundy along with a spot for watching whales as well as relaxes in the town itself.
Hot for 2018: The Rossmount Inn is a dream come true experience for foodie’s. Here the guests are often invited to ‘see, smell, touch and taste’ and can assist the chef to select fresh organic garden produce from the 87-acre estate. Whether it’s fresh salmon meal from the Bay of Fundy, or Chanterelle mushrooms or incredible fiddleheads or heirloom tomatoes from the garden of the inn, there are ample things to explore and enjoy.