Bay of Fundy Multi-Sport

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FromUSD$3,495
Weeklong
FromUSD$3,495

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  • 6 Days
  • 2022 DatesSeptember
  • Difficulty LevelEasy/Moderate - I Own Bike Shorts

Tour Overview

Home to the world’s largest tides and a broad variety of sealife, The Bay of Fundy is a magical place. Our Bay of Fundy multi-sport tour is a unique two-nation vacation, exploring the Fundy Shored from both Maine and New Brunswick. You will experience the Bay of Fundy from all sides, cycling, hiking, kayaking, and whale watching. 

What's Included

  • Five nights’ lodging
  • All lodging taxes and gratuities
  • Most meals – including four dinners, five breakfasts, and three lunches
  • All taxes and gratuities for these meals
  • Hybrid Bike Rental
  • Expenses paid for ferry transits, kayaking, and whale watching
  • Experienced Summer Feet Guides
  • Detailed route notes and maps
  • Van support including fresh water, ample snacks, and “relief rides”
  • Summer Feet Souvenirs – a cycling water bottle and t-shirt (available in men’s and women’s fit)
  • Alcoholic beverages are not included in the package price and are always at your discretion

Pick Up/Drop Off

Bangor, Maine

Highlights

  • Discover the Bay of Fundy by Bike, Kayak and Foot
  • Savor a wonderful mix of fresh seafood and fine dining
  • Kayak on the Bay of Fundy
  • Learn about the rich natural and cultural history of the Bay of Fundy.

2022 Dates

September 4-10

Pricing

Bay of Fundy Multi-Sport $3,495 per person

Bike Rentals: Hybrid Bike Rental: Included

Lodging Extras: Single Supplement: $700

Itinerary

Day 1Hiking the Bold Coast

Your leaders will collect you from your hotel in Bangor for the transfer to the quiet village of Lubec. After lunch, we visit the West Quoddy Light, the most eastern point in the United States, before enjoying a coastal hike along Maine’s Bold Coast featuring,  some of the highest cliffs in the state.

 

Day 2Discover a True Fishing Village

Today you cycle to Cutler, one of the last pristine fishing villages along the Maine Coast.  We enjoy a picnic lunch featuring fresh local seafood and artisanal chocolates before cycling back to Lubec.

  • 21 or 42 miles
  • Meals: Breakfast & Lunch & Dinner
  • Inn on the Warf

Day 3Campobello Island and Saint Andrews-By-The-Sea

 The only park in the world run by two nations, the United States and Canada, Campobello is the former summer home of FDR. We will be traveling through the Fundy Isles Archipelago en route to St. Andrews-By-The-Sea. Explore and interact with locals and hear their tales. Small cafes and boutiques offer a great place to unwind. 

Day 4Whale Watching

Don’t forget your sea legs! Today you will be on the search for whales, seals, and birds! A whale-watching journey is sure to amaze as your boat Captain knows all the best spots for marine life. After whale-watching, we return to Saint Andrew’s and visit Ministers Island. This island is only accessible at low tide, but you and your adventure-mates are already tide experts! Explore the island on their hiking trails before returning to the mainland and explore Saint Andrews at your leisure. Rendezvous with everyone for a world-class dinner at the Rossmount Inn.

Day 5 Explore St Martins and Sea Kayaking

After breakfast at the Algonquin Resort, depart for the Village of St. Martins. Tour the Village
and learn about the rich cultural history. From shipbuilding families to women ship Captains, your connection to the region is hidden in the stories. In the afternoon, hop in a kayak to explore the Bay of Fundy coastline and the famous St. Martins Sea Caves. Paddle among the ancient red sandstone and discover the cliffside sculptures carved from wind and the billions of tons of water that enter and exit the region each day. Tonight we celebrate a great week with a beachfront barbeque.

Day 6 Departure

Sadly, it is time to say goodbye. Your guides can either drop you in St John, NB or return you to Bangor, Maine for your onward travel.

             Meals: Breakfast

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