3 Exceptional Reasons to Explore Newfoundland and Labrador

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The exceptional geological landscape of Newfoundland and Labrador magnetizes scientists and holidaymakers from across the globe. It reveals noticeable fable of predominant earth’s evolution, natural features, rock formation and much more. Newfoundland and Labrador is located on the eastern edge of North America, making it a highly wonderful and captivating region to discover. Explorers come here to explore the remotest icebergs, whales, marine habitat, Gulf Stream and millions of seabirds that thrive here. The nature and its integral elements glow and flourish here under the umbrella of sun, forests, valleys, bay areas, and tundra region.

Nature

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Newfoundland and Labrador is known for offering rugged islands, coastlines, wild tundra region, thick boreal forest as well as exotic marine life that is highly mesmerizing. Visitors enjoy the Torngat Mountain ranges and the sub-Arctic tundra region that are sumptuously happening and still unspoiled. The province boasts many dazzlingly beautiful and cool national parks that allow greatest variety of flora and fauna to thrive. Moreover, this region attracts maximum explorers because it features different types of whales, seabirds, icebergs and the most exclusive plants (wild flowers, pitcher plants). No doubt, the region has no shortage of wildlife!

Fishing

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World class anglers drift here to show their skills and courage to capture the wildest fish species from the remotest regions of Newfoundland and Labrador. Anglers explore and locate the clean and cool rivers set against majestic landscapes to the finest full-sized fish (salmon, tout, whitefish, etc). Several ponds, lakes, and rivers offer an amazing variety of fishes that are highly unique and special. There are many untouched areas in the northern region that have abundant fish species, so, are you ready to try?

Dining Experience

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Explorers enjoy exotic local seafood and traditional dishes that are unique and highly delicious. The region itself offers a great range of food and dining options to the international travellers. Local flavours, rich delights, delicious seafood and chips are highly famous here. Most of the restaurants and hotels offer a great variety of fresh-off-the-boat seafood; even you can enjoy the most delicious recipes on earth here. Children taste different types of delicious desserts such as figgy duff and other types of pudding in Newfoundland and Labrador. Start your culinary journey from here…

Since tourists haven’t completely explored this engaging area, the cost of living is quite low. This is a pure paradise for the outdoor adventure enthusiasts; they enjoy spectacular scenery while discovering more than 200 hiking and walking trails across the region. 29,000 km of pristine coastline encourage people to savour non-stop kayaking. There are many hotels and resorts for the travellers that offer cheap holiday packages along with the finest facilities to relax and rejuvenate.

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