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Saint John (New Brunswick) City Tour, Bay of Fundy, and St. Martin Excursion Reviews

Saint John (New Brunswick) City Tour, Bay of Fundy, and St. Martin cruise excursion
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Travel to the shores of the Bay of Fundy and explore the picturesque fishing village of St. Martins, complete with a visit to a working harbor and a stroll on a rugged Bay of Fundy beach.
Member Image LovingTheHighSeas
1 review
Jun 2015
This tour included reversing falls, tour of historic St. Martins, travel to St. Martins, saw the covered bridges, ate lunch at the Sea Caves where you can walk the ocean floor. This has some of the highest tides on record. Very interesting tour!
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Provider: Dave's Taxi Tour Guys
Member Image VacationsRme
3 reviews
Oct 2013

Very informative tour. Long but not too long. Really enjoyed the Lobster Roll.

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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image kednad2ela
1 review
Sep 2013

We were on a sightseeing bus. The guide was informative. We got to see a lot of New Brunswick. The tour advertised that we would see the "reversing rapids' twice. We only saw them once. The concept was explained, but it would have been more useful to actually see them running both ways. St. Martin was a quaint little village and the seashore was nice. We did get a tour of a lot of the town of Saint John.

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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image TeaG
1 review
Aug 2013

Getting out of St. John as soon as you can is possible with this tour. It makes a 20 minutes market stop, which is fine. You see the reversing falls on your way to St. Martin. It's moderately interesting. Then you go back to the ship to eat lunch. WHAT were they thinking when they set this itinerary?! They should have you eat in the market area or at St. martin at the restaurant. Poorly thought out. We went back on ship fo a quick deli lunch (best food we could find on board!). Then boarded again for the St. martin portion. We arrived at a restaurant there where we looked at the caves from the beach at a distance... Not much interaction. Overall, the St. Martin caves are worth a trip, but the St. John part of trip could be dropped entirely.

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Provider: Carnival Cruise Line
Member Image maachi
5 reviews
Aug 2013

Took the RCL tour of St Martins Village and Caves; Excellent tour for $86 per person; could not go inside the caves because of the high tides

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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image hillbilly1
2 reviews
Jul 2013

Had a good time.

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Provider: Carnival Cruise Line
Member Image ziggy2132
1 review
Jul 2013

Same price as the Cruise Line (actually maybe a bit cheaper). The tour takes you to all the popular stops plus many more that only the locals see. You can stay as long or as little as you want. You just tell your Tour Guide. The history the family were told was fantastic.

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Provider: Roy's Tours

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