St. John Port Transfers Shuttles
YYT airport transfers
With most cruise terminals docking along downtown’s waterfront edge, New Brunswick’s St. John Port offers a fascinating look at the Bay of Fundy as well as the St. John River, their collision resulting in the world famous Reversing Rapids, where the flow of the water literally changes by the day. Dropping off on Water Street, the small town’s lack of public transportation is easily made up through its climate-controlled pedestrian walkway that leads into town. Another easy way to see surrounding villages can be done through a private rental ranging from quaint sedans perfect for solo travelers to big buses and vans that can carry everyone along for the ride. Meet-and-greet services also make things convenient with basic drop offs to all-in-one locations, either via taxi drivers who know the importance of getting there fast or local personal drivers who can share their own love for the little big town.
With dozens of churches, museums and parks throughout the region, doing something that matters is especially easy with cruise goers. Easily reachable landmarks upon arrival include the Three Sisters Lamp and its cobblestoned plaza and bench lookouts of the cruise terminal, while the rocky shores of Tin Can Beach offers a memorable place to skip rocks. Lighthouse enthusiasts will also get a kick out of the Saint John Coast Guard Base Lighthouse, a beautiful wooden structure offering a more vigilant angle of the cruise ship, while the next door New Brunswick Museum offers an indoor break with exhibits on the local culture of whaling and carpentry. Continue toward great outdoor escapes by hopping along the pedestrian-friendly Harbour Passage, a breezy promenade along the west side of town also popular with cyclists - and no trip to St. John would be complete without a bite at its most beloved restaurant, from the locally sourced cuisine of Saint John Ale House to English-style grub from Britt’s Pub & Eatery.