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St. Martins Sea Caves, St. Martins
(4.6/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
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 drove here from Saint John's after arriving on a cruise ship. You need to check the tide charts to ensure you will get to walk out to the caves. We ate lunch first at the Caves restaurant, a must d...  more »
  • The sea caves were a stop on one of our shore excursions on our cruise. It took awhile to get to St. Martins, but it was beautiful once we got here. Some people even kayaked out into the caves! Our gu...  more »
  • We stopped at the Caves on our way back from the Fundy Trail and arrived near low tide. I walked the beach a little way, but not all the way to the caves. They are awe inspiring and I was able to take...  more »
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  • Wow! What an amazing place. This was my first experience with tides. We went at low tide and it was amazing to watch the water still running down and out to sea, and seeing where the water was at high tide. The caves themselves were amazing, just the sure size both in depth and height. We'd only booked half an hour but took much longer as it was a sight to see and explore!
  • Awesome place. We have to enjoy it before Canada parks builds a fence, gift shop and start charging $20 to get in. Oh and make you walk 30 min in circles to justify the fee. I think I just give some government official an idea. đŸ˜‚
  • 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
  • Beautiful and serene with a fantastic restaurant nearby.