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Fly to Moncton, New Brunswick with Swoop to discover the many wonders of nature. Begin with a visit to Fundy National Park, a 206-kilometer parkland full of rare birds and aquatic life. New Brunswick is also home to the village of Le Pays de la Sagouine, a wildly popular cultural attraction celebrating Acadian culture. The village is built on its own island and features live theatre, music, comedy and dance in a natural environment. From a lobster feast, golf, or a buzzing nightlife, you will find everything in Moncton.
To get from the Greater Moncton Romeo LeBlanc International Airport to downtown Moncton, you can take a 15 minute bus ride with Maritime Bus, hail a cab or rent a car from the airport inside the terminal on the main floor. Once you're within the city, you can also get around with their local bus service, Codiac Transpo. When the weather is nice, don't be afraid to walk around or even bike on their urban trails!
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There are many free parks to enjoy in Moncton. Head down to Centennial Park where you have 230 acres of land to play in, with tennis courts, lawn bowling greens, and artificial turf sports field. Explore the Irishtown Nature Park where there are plenty of trails to go on a nature walk. Lastly, head down to the Bay of Fundy to watch the Tidal Bore, a natural phenomenon!
One of the largest cities in New Brunswick, Moncton sits just north of the Bay of Fundy. The city is surrounded by tourist attractions including beautiful sandy beaches, natural tides and historic sites. The scenery is something to behold with both sprawling woodlands and waterfront views. Don’t forget to take the family or yourself to the Magnetic Hill Zoo or Magic Mountain splash park for some extra fun. Magnetic Hill gets its name because if you place your car in netural with the brakes release, your car may appear to mysteriously drive uphill? Magic! Also Magic Mountain, the largest water park in Atlantic Canada is also located in Moncton.