Best Sea Kayaking in New Brunswick

This list represents the most popular sea kayaking in New Brunswick. Use this list to plan your next New Brunswick sea kayaking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 The Confederation Bridge: "Paddling to PEI"

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    Little Shemogue, NB

    There are two main types of sea kayaking trips. One is about touring, traveling along a predetermined route to explore a coastline, poking in and out of inlets, and playing in currents as only ...
    •  Overnight trip
    •  10 miles
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    There are two main types of sea kayaking trips. One is about touring, traveling along a predetermined route to explore a ...

  • #2 Grand Manan:

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    Grand Manan, NB

    At the mouth of the Bay of Fundy, tides average a mere 5.8 to 6.7 m (19 to 22 ft). This is more than enough to warrant careful trip planning, but with a thorough understanding of tides and currents, ...
    •  5 days
    •  Guide

    At the mouth of the Bay of Fundy, tides average a mere 5.8 to 6.7 m (19 to 22 ft). This is more than enough to warrant careful ...

  • #3 Miscou Island: "Circumnavigating Miscou"

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    Lameque, NB

    At the northeasterly tip of New Brunswick between the Bay of Chaleur and the Gulf of St. Lawrence, lies Miscou Island, 8 km (5 mi) wide by 13 km (8 mi) long. The island is rimmed by sandy beaches ...
    •  3 days
    •  Guide

    At the northeasterly tip of New Brunswick between the Bay of Chaleur and the Gulf of St. Lawrence, lies Miscou Island, 8 ...