City of Tracadie
You can never run out of places to visit in the Acadian Peninsula. A one-time visit is not enough to explore its mesmerizing towns and cities. To begin with, visit the city of Tracadie, the heart of the Acadian Peninsula. This city is surrounded by two rivers which makes it conducive to water activities, one of them is the Aqua Park of Tracadie River.
City of Caraquet
Your next stop should be the city of Caraquet. Located on the edge of Baie-des-Chaleurs, the town of Caraquet is the perfect showroom for the vibrant Acadian culture where several cultural activities happen throughout the year such as The FestiVin, the Song Gala, Acadian Poetry Festival, the Blues Festival, and the Festival of Visual Arts. The most popular of these festivals is the Acadian Festival visited by thousands of people every year.
City of Shippagan
If you are a sports and outdoor enthusiast, the city of Shippagan is the place for you. Aside from being the Commercial Fishing Capital of New Brunswick, it is also a place for adventures. In the winter, it offers ice and snow sculpture, inflatable sculpture, sleigh and “le glacier” bar, sleigh rides, fireworks, and many more. For sports enthusiasts, there are hockey tournaments, washer tournaments, volleyball, cross-country skiing, etc.
City of Lameque’
Nature lovers will not be disappointed in Lameque island. The largest land of the Acadian Peninsula is home to the Acadian Peninsula Ecological Park. This park is home to the wonderful biodiversity of the Peninsula’s flora and fauna. One piece of advice for tourists though, make sure that your cameras are fully charged to capture those Instagram-worthy enchanting landscapes.