Newfoundland is the youngest of Canada's provinces. An island with an abundance of nature, it has more greenspaces than its more industralized neighbors. Many visitors enjoy Newfoundland because of the warm, welcoming, nature of many of its residents and because of its amazing scenery. Seasonal attractions include icebergs, whales, puffins, and our beautiful walking and hiking trails. Various monuments throughout the province pay tribute to our unique culture and heritage. Visitor must see destination checklists often include Signal Hill, Cape Spear, Bell Island, Quidi Vidi Village, and the war memorials at Bowring Park
Several licensed charter companies provide boat tours to see whales, other aquatic life, and seabirds more distant from shore. Highly recommended, these charter companies can bring you to the nesting grounds of the puffins, murre, shearwater, razorbills, black legged kittiwake and other sea birds that migrate in huge numbers to the area annually
We welcome you to explore our Behance photo album where we have posted more pics and a more detailed informational overview on the many attractions in the Eastern Newfoundland region
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