Some popular destinations in Newfoundland & Labrador include...
St. John's is located in the beautiful Avalon Region of Newfoundland. The capital
of the province, St. John's,
lies in a magnificent natural setting on the shores of a long harbour rimmed
with high, rocky hills. St John's is one of the oldest cities in North America
with spectacular ocean, scenery, wonderful urban parks, charming streetscapes
and significant historical sites.
Gros Morne National Park
Located in the Western Region of Newfoundland, Gros Morne is the largest
national park in Atlantic Canada and one of the most magnificent in Canada's
national park system. Mountains, fjords, rocky headlands, cobble beaches and
the ocean are the dominant features in Gros Morne National Park. The Long Range
Mountains of Western Newfoundland contain the most outstanding scenery east
of the Rockies.
Rocky Harbour is located in the heart of Gros Morne National Park. One of the
biggest tourists attractions is the lighthouse which is located in Lobster Cove.
Corner Brook, the second largest city in Newfoundland, is situated in a hilly
lowland region surrounded by the Long Range Mountains of Western Newfoundland.
Corner Brook is located
at the mouth of the Humber River, one of the provinces most scenic areas. Shopping,
cultural activities, sports, fine dining, an active nightlife and many more
exciting activities can be found in Corner Brook.
The Irish Loop region begins at Bay Bulls, which is approximately 25 kilometres
outside St. John's, and continues for 180 kilometres to Riverhead, St. Mary's
Bay. It features archaeological sites, hiking trails and wildlife, such as caribou,
seabirds and whales. A highlight of the trip is the Witless
Bay Seabird Ecological Reserve. It has the largest Atlantic Puffin colony
in North America, and the second largest Leach Storm Petrel colony in the world.
Labrador boasts world class hunting and fishing expeditions
along with snowmobiling, hiking, and skiing trails - all in an unspoiled natural
environment. There are thousands of pristine lakes teeming with trout, hundreds
of rivers that will test your boating skills and kilometre after kilometre of
forests and barren ground filled with game.