The province of New Brunswick might be Canada’s most underrated destination. It has all the charms of Vermont and the fabulous seafood of Maine with fewer people and, in many cases, lower prices. Leaf-peepers should book a foliage tour in September or October, when Canada’s most forested province is awash in orange, yellow and red. The Bay of Fundy—a finalist for the 7 Wonders of Nature in 2011—is not to be missed and is a summer favourite for kayaking alongside seals or going whale watching. Other highlights: excellent golf courses, pretty St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, Acadian festivals and historic sites and Fundy National Park.