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We were lucky enough to get there with about two hours to go until low tide and see how the boats go from being on the water to on the dirt! Had lunch there at the lobster pound and loved it! It's worth a visit!
This area is small... really small, but also very impressive. Probably a good idea to check the tide schedule and arrive at low tide to get the full effect. I showed up at low tide and was able to walk down by the stranded boats sitting on the sea floor and get some pretty excellent pictures in the harbour area... 更多
See this place at low tide -- you can really appreciate the 30 - 35 ft. vertical rise in the tides when they come in 6 hours later. A tiny community, really; met some locals who were so welcoming and informative. It's a bit out of the way, but worth it to get a feel for the tidal effect.
I never get tired of this place! I take people here that are from away and they seem to really enjoy it. Today we hit the tide coming in so we could not walk beside the boats. If you can hit the tide when it is low you can walk between the boats very cool but don't wear your good... 更多
This is the location we chose for our first view of the Bay of Fundy. Check the tide tables. We arrived around high tide (2 pm). After high tide the tide slowly moves out. After a few hours the boats in the tiny harbor were resting on the bottom of the harbor. The beach is rocky and bordered by cliffs.... 更多
I have lived in Nova Scotia alll my life and not far from Halls Harbour but I never take for granted the beauty of this area of our beautiful province. You can stroll the beach and there is a lobster pound right on the wharf. You can watch the amazing power of the tide and walk the beach during the... 更多
The restaurant is directly located near the small harbour with the biggest tides of the world.(more than 30 feet) and after you have selected in the giftshop your live lobster and receive a number and place this number on your table, in the restaurant opposide of the gift shop. I could recommend to go there on time and than view... 更多
This beautiful little fishing village, located north of Kentville and home to the World's highest tides, is must place to visit. It includes a restaurant as well as a small gallery. There is a boardwalk around the harbour and the smell of the salt air is intoxicating.
Amazing place to see the tides. We were there around lunch time and by the time we were done eating there was no more water under the boats! Never seen that before. Restaurant has great seafood and fresh lobster.