Feb 5, 2012
Presentation of New Brunswick
See New Brunswick, a beautiful canadian province
Geography of New Brunswick
The New Brunswick is among the four major Atlantic Provinces existent in Canada. The province is located on Canada’s east coast; and is connected to the Prince Edward Island on its eastern part, Quebec to its west and Nova Scotia to its south.
It is known for a fact that the New Brunswick is the only recognized bilingual province in the country. This basically means that people residing in the area are either from English or French descends.
The Province is rich in historical and cultural sites, museums as well as breathe-taking geographical sites.
When it comes to the economy of the New Brunswick Province, it is fair to say that the Province is doing well for itself. There are approximately 757,100 people residing in the area according to the statistics of the most recent census report.
This ranks it the 8th province with the most residents in the country. Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick Province, is one of the must go places when in the region while Moncoton and Saint John cities have popular tourist attraction sites as well as great shopping arenas.
Sport in New Brunswick
Why make New Brunswick your vacation destination? There are a myriad of reasons that would compel you to choose New Brunswick as your vacation destination the major reason since its one of the destinations that never disappoints.
No matter what time of the year you visit the Province, there are always tones of activities that you can engage in, therefore, enjoying the magnificent disparities of all the four seasons.
Some of these activities include; hiking, kayaking, canoeing, skiing, expeditions, fishing and snowmobiling among others. All you have to do is to pack the appropriate apparel for the season.
Tourism in New Brunswick
When you take a vacation to New Brunswick, be prepared to be swept off your feet by the breathtaking scenery, encounter interesting culture and engage in interesting adventurous activities. Some of the attraction sites in the region include; the magnetic hill for adventure lovers, crystal palace indoor amusement park which is ideal for all the four seasons.
If you love kayaking or just enjoying the wonderful scenery, then the Hopewell rocks, the historical Ligt houses and the Cape Enrage have the most magnificent panoramic views. For those who are fascinated by flora and fauna the Fundy national park is just the place to visit.
To top it all, the beautiful turquoise beaches provide a tranquil environment to kick back and unwind.
What to see in New Brunswick
There are a number of festivals and fairs that are evenly distributed throughout the year, therefore, giving you a chance to celebrate and mingle with the locals whatever time of the year you decide to visit.
Festivals include :
- Riverview winterlude
- Moncoton Comedy Festival
- the Regional snow-fest
- St. Patrick’s celebrations
- Fredericton food and wine festival
- Fredericton music festival
- Miramichi Culture Festival
- Salmon Festival among others.
The Victorian Christmas festival is the crème de le crème of these festivals since it incorporates a number of activities, including music concerts, craft sales, candlelight parades and extended shopping hours.