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Whales, beluga whales, and orcas

River rapids of the Reversing Falls and walks in natural parks

Saint John

Saint John is in the east of Canada. The city is located at the mouth of the river of the same name, on the banks of the Bay of Fundy, in the province of New Brunswick. The bay is famous for its record high tides. It is small in width and reaches a length of 290 km. Humpback whales, blue whales, white whales, and orcas can be seen on a tour of the bay, while the coast is full of birds. In Rocks Park, you can see how the force of the tides has transformed the coastal cliffs over time, created amazing natural formations, carved arches, and cut caves. It's worth visiting the river rapids of the Reverse Falls to see the fantastic spectacle. At the lower and upper tide point, the water streams move asynchronously, towards each other. It is also worth visiting the New Brunswick Museum and taking a trip through the natural parks.

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