Tuesday, March 06, 2007

More Beautiful Places to Visit in Newfoundland & Labrador

There are so many places all around the province that are interesting to visit just because of their natural beauty alone. In a February, 2007 blog I posted many other places worth seeing, and here are some more. Newfoundland and Labrador is an astounding province with an alluring variation of scenic coastlines, landscapes, bays, hills, waterfalls, and ruggedness. It is a hiker's paradise, and offers pristine areas of nature. It is ours to protect and yours to discover.
Aviron Bay (South Coast) below

These photos are not mine, but I will try to find the web source.
Red Rocks, West Coast

Fraser River Canyon, Labrador
The only problem you might have is deciding what part of the island and Labrador to see first. The province is huge, so the best thing to do is get a map, study the regions, and places you want to visit, and set aside enough time to cover a number of places, or the number of things you want to do. You can certainly see alot in a week or two, but chances are, you'll want to come back.

Links for Tourists

Provincial parks

Iceberg Finder

Hospitality Newfoundland & Labrador

Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism

Provincial Ferry Service

Scenic Touring Routes


Table Mountains said...

the shot entitled "red rocks" is actually shot from the table mountain. those are cabins at MacDougalls beach in the distance and an airstrip at st. andrews in the background.

kodak said...

Thanks for the information. That's an amazing view. The elevation really makes the shot. Must be a popular area out there.