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Bay of Fundy is located between the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in Atlantic Canada. Because of the incredibly high tides this is undoubtedly a wonders of nature. Tides up to 14 meters/ 48 feet are the highest in the world. They are dependent primarily on the gravitational pull of the Sun and the Moon, but also from the unusual shape of the Bay of Fundy.

Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick is the best place to experience tides by walking on dry land at the bottom of the Bay of Fundy. This location is also famous of the picturesque flowerpot rocks and natural arch.

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travel tip: Tide tables Tide heights and times vary with each tide. Before visiting Hopewell Rocks, know exact time of the low and high tides by checking the tide tables. This will guarantee you to experience the best that is walking at the ocean floor.

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