"The place where land, water and sky embrace like old friends."
"The far east of the western world."
"A land with thousands of miles of coastline, endless forest,
and ancient mountains. Western Newfoundland runs from
Port aux Basques to the top of the Great Northern Peninsula."
"Our destination is the scenic coastal waters off
St. Anthony, Newfoundland - Iceberg Alley.
This area has the largest concentration of icebergs in
Newfoundland and is one of the best locations in
for whale watching. "
Northland Discovery Tours
"Come enjoy the scenery and dance your cares away
with the friendly folk of the Festival Coast."
"...the original Red Indians of North America. Central Newfoundland
has several historic sites where you can learn more of these
remarkable indigenous people."
"Life is better here...Small Wonder!"
"Eastern Newfoundland winds its way along the Discovery Trail from historic Cape Bonavista to the charming villages along Heritage Run on the Burin Peninsula, and beyond to a little bit of France."
" It's a place where you can photograph herds of caribou or seabird colonies, icebergs, or whales."
"Home to over 2.5 million seabirds - including 500,000 Atlantic Puffins and the best whale watching in North America."
Gatherall's Puffin and Whale Watch
"Discover the Wonder Underground! Earth's Geological Showcase."
Johnson Geo Centre
"The people of the Irish Loop are some of the friendliest people you will meet anywhere in the world. We are the same today as our forefathers were hundreds of years ago."
the Irish Loop of Newfoundland
"A world of beauty and discovery."
Newfoundland Insectarium and butterfly pavilion
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