St. Martins Sea Caves, St. Martins
Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
Traverse the ocean floor to St. Martins Sea Caves, where you can explore the caves that remain underwater for half a day. Timing of your visit is important, because the tide rises and falls about every six hours in the Bay of Fundy. During high tide, the caves and the paths to them are submerged, but when low tide hits, the pathways reappear and allow adventurous visitors to experience something truly uniqe. Explore inside the red cliffs to look for fish, coral, and erosion marks on the walls. Be sure to wear water shoes to protect your feet from the rocky ground. Arrange to visit St. Martins Sea Caves and other attractions in St. Martins using our St. Martins holiday planner.
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We arrived here at high tide. Took some photos and walked along the beach. Beautiful washed Rocks. Came back at low tide to do more exploring. Stayed for Sunset. Absolutely beautiful.
There were three other couples there when we visited at about midday. There's not really an easy way to get close to the caves at low tide without getting wet feet because there is a stream. I was abl... read more »
Small little town known for it's Clam Chowder and Sea Caves plus 2 covered bridges used in many Movies. Rocky Beach but famous for a Lucky Rock.
W. Andrew Powell
A beautiful, coastal escape. It's very serene and a nice walk to explore. Just check ahead when low tide occurs so you can walk out to the caves.
Make sure to go at low tide or you won't get to see them. Walk along the beach and explore how deep the caves go in. Fun activity for a summer afternoon
Really neat to see at low tide. Great fish and chips at the restaurant.
Amazing to see. Highly suggest it. Come out when tide is almost out to fully experience the caves.
Fun place during low enormous low tides. Easy walk to caves.
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