Known for its rugged coast and distinct marine culture, the Atlantic Provinces are a pleasure to visit. New foundland and Labrador are one province which form a cluster of provinces that edge the west coast of Canada, forming an expansive coastline with the Atlantic.
Newfoundland and Labrador, located at the eastern edge of Canada is one of the country’s best kept secrets. Newfoundland’s shoreline is a perfect destination for exploration with its wide array of small fishing villages, inlets and bays, where you will always be greeted with the sincere warmth of an old friend.
Drive the Viking Trail along the west coast through two World Heritage Sites, a major Aboriginal historical site, fjords and sand dunes or the Discovery Trail on the east coast which winds through fishing villages and around rugged coastlines.
North America’s oldest city, St Johns is an idyllic city of great character. The only city in the province, its lively old seaport is the heart of what is essentially still a small and undiscovered town.
The untamed wilderness of Labrador offers an exciting adventure for outdoor enthusiasts. See the largest caribou herd in the world, go on a snowmobiling safari or take to the water to catch Atlantic salmon, sea-run brook trout and Arctic char.
Whatever your desire this Atlantic province promises a wilderness adventure like no other.
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