Edmundston - Grand Falls Vacation Packages
See why New Brunswick is so frequented by travelers, by hitting the road and exploring the cornucopia of scenic and cultural attractions around Edmundston - Grand Falls.
New Brunswick has been blessed with some beautiful cathedrals, sure to move visitors of all faiths and denominations. This area is known for its fine fortresses; these are often evocative portals into the area's colorful history.
If you like the company of like-minded travelers, New Brunswick offers a range of specialist tours such as wildlife spotting tours, guided nature walks and city walking tours. If you prefer to slow down when you are on a holiday, New Brunswick has some good options that will suit you, such as shore fishing and wildlife watching.
For many people, enjoying a new place is as much about cuisines as it is about sightseeing, so take the time to sample the food at the region's restaurants. Cracked Canoe is a much-loved drink here. So find a bar, kick back and see what you think.
Those planning to be in New Brunswick or in other parts of Canada on the 1st of July, can take part in national Canada Day activities and celebrations.
Sadly, vacations can't go on forever, so when it's time fly home, head to the nearest major airport in Thunder Bay, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southwest.
Accommodation in Edmundston - Grand Falls
You can find 7 Edmundston - Grand Falls hotel listings by checking out Expedia's up-to-date Edmundston - Grand Falls hotels guide.
Some of the upscale Edmundston - Grand Falls hotels are the Best Western Plus Grand-Sault Hotel & Suites, at 187 Ouellette Street, and the Perth-Andover Motor Inn, at 560 Route 190. The Cote's Bed & Breakfast Inn and the Maple Tourist Home Bed & Breakfast may also be worth investigating. The address of the Cote's Bed & Breakfast Inn is 575 Broadway Boulevard West, while the Maple Tourist Home Bed & Breakfast is at 436 Sheriff St.