5 Remarkable Experiences in Newfoundland and Labrador
1. Dining al fresco at a 150-year-old lighthouse on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean
The 150 year-old Ferryland Lighthouse is located an hour south of St.John's and it's just a short and easy hike to reach your destination.
2. Iceberg viewing at the iceberg capital of the world
Twillingate is a stop along Iceberg Alley and is a popular location for spotting icebergs. Make sure you keep your eye out for wildlife as well. Whales, dolphins and 350 species of birds can be found here.
3. Take a boat tour through fjords carved by glaciers at Gros Morne National Park
Take a tour through A UNESCO World Heritage Site covering 1,805 square kilometers with towering cliffs and thunderous waterfalls. Also a great spot to climb or hike.
4. Discover the historic site L'Anes aux Meadows where the first vikings reached the new world over 1,000 years ago
Try blacksmithing or weaving and discover the history of the vikings at the only authenticated Norse site in North America.
5. Attend festivals and celebrations for almost anything....
We say almost anything because blueberries, accordions and muddy holes are just some of the unique things that are celebrated along with music, food, fish, film, theatre, and crafts. No matter when you go, there will be something to celebrate!