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Tidal Bore, Moncton

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
Witness the natural phenomenon of Tidal Bore, caused by the rushing current at the Bay of Fundy. Twice a day when the tide comes in, the calm Petitcodiac River rolls back upstream in a single, rapid wave. You can observe the bore from the shore and relax on the nearby benches while waiting, or try white water rafting on the river for a thrilling ride when the bore wave comes. Check the visitor information center in downtown Moncton for approximate tidal arrival times. Put Tidal Bore and other Moncton attractions into our Moncton trip itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • You have to see this if you are in the area and at the right tide time. I would not go out of my way though as all your going to see is a little ripple of a wave on a muddy river! 
  • Anyone looking to go see this at Bore Park needs to realize it is a naturally occurring event, and does not occur on a specific schedule!! Make sure you arrive at least 20 minutes prior to the time gi...  read more »
  • The river walk by Tidal Bore park is a very nice walk, and the river itself is fascinating as some times the water level is barely anything and other times it is a very high wide river. The most amazi...  read more »
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