Rising high above the red sandy shores of New Brunswick are the Hopewell Rock. One of Eastern Canada's most popular attractions.\nREAD ALSO: Most People Don't Know You Can Go 'Seal Watching' At This Quebec National Park\nThe rocks, also called Flowerocks, were created by tidal erosions and due to the extreme tidal range of the Bay Of Fundy are totally submerged in water twice a day. This spot actually boasts the highest tides in the world. Yes - in the world!\nView this post on Instagram Kanadanın Nyu-Brunsvik əyalətində yerləşən bu yerin adı "Hopewell Rocks"-dur. Gördüyünüz qayalar Fandi körfəzinin sahilində yerləşir. Gün ərzində iki dəfə körfəzin suyu qayaları öz ağuşuna alır. Su təxminən 16 metrə qədər qalxır, sonra yenidən geri çəkilir. Su geri çəkildikdə isə maraqlı görüntü ortaya çıxır - nəm torpağın üstündə sanki qumdan müxtəlif ölçüdə iri fiqurlar düzəldilib. Bu qeyri-adi qayaların hündürlüyü 12-20 metr arasında dəyişir. Red: Ayşən Ağazadə. @ms_travelist A post shared by Dünyanı birlikdə gəzək (@instaseyyah) on Mar 25, 2018 at 12:55pm PDT\nAs a result, you can go visit the rocks and walk around them at low tide. At high tide, on the other hand, you can go take a kayaking tour around them. For the full experience, it's recommended to do both.\nNot only can you visit the rocks, but this Canadian attraction has a stunning sandy beach along the banks of the Bay making it a great vacation spot that's not too expensive or far from home.\nView this post on Instagram 🇨🇦 Where did all the water go? 🇨🇦 This is the same spot I showed yesterday, but at low tide. Look at the size of the people in the second picture to get an idea of how large an area this is and how many millions of gallons of water just disappeared in 12 hours! And the third picture shows the bear 🐻 close up. I call him the tidal bear. 😋 If you're planning on seeing this for yourself, there are websites that will tell you high and low tide times. It worked out great for me, as I got to see high tide in the late afternoon and low tide in the early morning. I stayed in nearby Moncton, where you can see the reversing river and magnetic hill - where you can put your car in neutral and roll uphill! I know, these crazy Canadian freaks of nature! A post shared by Travel Fuels Life ✈️ Podcast (@travelfuelslife) on Apr 5, 2018 at 4:38am PDT\nWhile the drive to New Brunswick from Montreal is long, about 10-hours, flights are relatively cheap ranging around $300 for round trip fare.\n@wildsweetpeaphotographyembedded via\nFor more info on Hopewell Rocks, click here and on visiting New Brunswick click here.