Resting along the shores of Passamaquoddy Bay in southern New Brunswick, St. Andrews, affectionately known as ‘St. Andrews By-the-Sea’, is a quaint and inviting seaside town. This designated National Historic District is famously known for its colourful boutiques, contemporary galleries, and delightful eateries. Travellers wanting an explorative experience can meander along the famed Water Street, beginning at the historic commercial district and ending at the 185-year-old Pendlebury Lighthouse; or roam around the spectacularly vibrant Kingsbrae Garden, a lush 11-hectare oasis home to beautiful flora and fauna including alpacas. Additionally, travellers can enjoy a comfortable round of golf at the superb 18-hole Algonquin Golf Course, admire the diverse marine life at the Fundy Discovery Aquarium, or take a drive out to the famed Hopewell Rocks in Fundy National Park.