Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in New Brunswick is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It is the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
New Brunswick, Canada
If you're thinking of taking a driving holiday in Canada, you'll be hard pressed to beat a vacation in New Brunswick. New Brunswick is home to the spectacular Bay of Fundy with its awesome high tides (the highest in the world) and nutrient-rich waters laden with glorious whales.
The Bay was recently globally voted Canada's top natural wonder and when you drive there, you'll see why. There, 100 billion tons of water ebb and flow twice a day. You'll catch stunning views of this marvel from the naturally carved Hopewell Rocks on the ocean floor during ebb tide. There are numerous whale-watching sea trips available and mile upon mile of gorgeous, untouched.
Proud of their Acadian culture, the locals will welcome tourists to celebrate their aptly named "Tintamarre" (French for "hurly burly" or "noisy parade") - an Acadian version of Mardi Gras. But there's more to see and do during your holiday. Like visiting one or more of the province's majestically twisting and turning rivers. Try reeling in Atlantic salmon or see how you fare at river tubing on the mighty Miramichi, or take a stroll along the Longest Covered Bridge in the World over the splendid St John River.
Then there's the spellbinding beauty of the Acadian Coastal Drive, which takes in the magnificent Chaleur Bay, oodles of gorgeous sandy beaches and the majestic Bouctouche Dunes (there's some delectable fresh seafood to be enjoyed along this route, too).
A New Brunswick vacation would not be complete, though, without a visit to the 400-million-year-old mountains of the Appalachian Range. If you love a natural spectacle, this is the place for you. Get out of the car and take a canoe ride, hop on a cruise along world-class waterways or simply immerse yourself in one of the magnificent parks.
And for those who would like a break from all that natural beauty, a drive to Moncton or Dieppe, two superb urban centres, or the capital, Fredericton, will afford you an opportunity for some serious retail therapy and some lovely historic sites as well.