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Offers 2½-hour whale-watching cruises.
Guided paddling excursions around Deer Island and Passamaquoddy Bay. Multiday island-jumping camping trips also available.
This St Andrews–based outfitter offers a variety of trips, including two-hour sunset paddles ($49) and multiday camping expeditions (from $145 per day).
This antique-style tall ship sails around Passamaquoddy Bay looking for seals and whales.
The 800m Twin Meadows Walking Trail, a boardwalk and footpath through fields and woodlands, begins opposite 165 Joe's Point Rd beyond the blockhouse.
Serious whale-watchers should hop aboard this catamaran, staffed by trained marine biologists. There are one to three tours daily.
Seventy kilometers of hiking trails crisscross and circle the island. Grab the comprehensive guide Heritage Trails and Footpaths on Grand Manan ($5), available at most island shops...
Make the pilgrimage out to isolated Machias Seal Island to see the Atlantic puffins waddle and play on their home turf. Access is limited to 15 visitors a day, so reserve well in advance...
A marine biologist narrates these exhilarating whale-watching tours aboard the sailboat Elsie Menota . You'll often see puffins, razorbills, murre and other seabirds.
This outfitter offers tours of the Grand Manan coastline ranging from two-hour sunset paddles to multiday Bay of Fundy adventures.
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