Sea Kayaking the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia to the beautiful Three Sister Rocks. This kayaking trip in Nova Scotia is the ultimate overnight camping trip on the world’s highest tides.
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Home to the world’s highest tides, these can truly only be experienced by kayaking and camping on the shores. We paddle through the Three Sisters and other magnificent arches, stacks and structures on the Canadian East Coast.
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Kayaking Bay of Fundy Transcript:
Well, we’re here with Nova Shores
Adventures on a two-day kayaking trip
it’s been really great here on the Bay
of Fundy because we’ve got to see the
landscape at both low tide and high time
which is drastically different
We’ve landed here at Seal Cove and we’ve
seen the weather change from beautiful
sunny days to foggy days to beautiful
morning’s like this. It’s a really great
way to take in the beauty of the Bay of
wow that was a really cool experience to
kayak on the Bay of Fundy we went out to
the Three Sisters and the Sun magically
came out and lit them up for us then as we
were paddling back the fog came and its
really ominous very cool to just see it
rolling in almost we think that ghost ship is just around the corner
You can go for a hike after kayak as well
Cheers to a good day, Cheers
We’re camping on the Bay of Fundy
We see some seals, be very quiet, be very quiet
Well there you have it the Three sisters
behind me here at low tide is a very
cool time to be here you can see the
base of them.
This is an excellent view of the Three Sisters and a Pillar!
I don’t know why they don’t call it the Four Sisters, it’s the Three Sisters
The Three Sisters are a magnificent rock
formation on the Bay of Fundy.
Local Mi’kmaq legend states that powerful god Glooscap
Turned his three sisters into stone when he
left the land and bade them to remain until his return
Behind me is Elephant Rock. It really looks like an elephant
When it’s high tide you
can actually kayak right through that
so we will be back.
So there’s the elephant that we walked to earlier
now you can paddle through it. Incredible
Just shows the power of these tides.
The Bay of Fundy has the world’s highest tides
moving more than 100 billion tons of
water every six hours and 13 minutes
that’s more flow than all the world’s
freshwater rivers combined.
The tides range 35 to 55 feet