New Jersey

What you need to know before you go

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    New Jersey is perhaps best known for its close relationship with New York state, with its natural scenery and seemingly endless farmlands earning it the nickname “The Garden State”. Sandwiched between Pennsylvania and New York, you could think of most of New Jersey’s major cities as suburbs of their more famous neighbours, but you’d be selling the place very short.

    The Jersey Shore has been providing a beach getaway for city folks for generations, while the forested hills of the Delaware Water Gap continue to wow with their glorious autumn colours. The cities shouldn’t be missed either, as each is packed with both fascinating history and the hum of modern industry and excitement.

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    • Cape May

      Cape May is for the seafood lovers and the fishermen, the nature tourists, and the beachcombers. The surrounding waters are peppered with pods of dolphins and humpback whales. Oyster bars as well as fish fries and American surf and turf all hide behind stately Georgian verandas and the town’s Victorian façades.

      That’s all balanced by the indelible natural side of things. You’ll spy out rare migrating species in the Bird Observatory, feel the Atlantic salt-spray on the city beaches, sample organic wines in Willow Creek, and hit the dunes and wetlands of Cape May Point State Park.

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