At low tide, along the coastal shores at Cobequid Bay near the Burncoat Lighthouse in Nova Scotia, Canada, the beach is bared where visitors can wander for miles over the rocks, sand and seaweed which makes up the ocean floor. During the summer months, the water can reach between 20 and 25 celsius making the bay paradise for visitors as sandstone cliffs topped with greenery border the coastal shores at Cobequid Bay.
Exploring the tidal pools along the beach is fascinating as sea creatures linger waiting for the water level to rise at high tide. At low tide, the scenery around the Burncoat Lighthouse is beautiful, but past records has shown the water reaching around 40 feet at high tide. The world's highest tides have been seen and recorded at the entrance to Cobequid Bay. ... continue below the picture...
This area of Nova Scotia is amazing, but visitors should be warned that the tide at Cobequid Bay can quickly change sweeping over the coastline as the in-rushing tide creates tidal bores.
Low tide along the coastline at the Burncoat Ligthhouse, Highway 215, Fundy Shore Ecotour, Glooscap Trail, Minas Basin, Cobequid Bay, Burncoat, Nova Scotia, Canada.