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The tides in this tiny harbour rise/fall an inch per minute and you can easily see this during the time you are here.
We'll visit the Fundy Tidal Interpretive Center and Tidal Observation Deck where you can learn about the highest tides in the world and the unique Tidal Bore.
A short drive will take us to Grand Pré National Historic Site (also a UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Grand Pre tells the story the Grand Dérangement – the expulsion of the Acadians in 1755.
Following breakfast, we'll make our way to the Glooscap Trail and the Maitland area of Nova Scotia, on the shores of Cobequid Bay, Minas Basin, and the Shubenacadie River.
According to Mi'kmaq legend, Glooscap was a God-like man who lived in the high bluffs of Cape Blomidon overlooking the Bay of Fundy.