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Gros Morne, Newfoundland and Labrador

Gros Morne National Park is one of Canada's true treasures, and few who visit here fail to come away awed. Perhaps the best way to put the park into perspective is to say that it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its fjords, mountains and spectacular ocean scenery, Gros Morne offers unexcelled opportunities for outdoor activities and sightseeing.
Web: www.gros-morne.net

The Kittiwake Coast - Tourism Guide

While visiting Central Newfoundland explore the Kittiwake Coast and discover unspoiled nature that is just "beyond your imagination". Islands, sea coast, beaches, icebergs, whales, trails and plenty more. Make your plans for travelling each of the four scenic touring routes of the Kittiwake Coast. Explore the the "Road to the Isles", "The Islands Experience", "Road to the Shore" and the "Road to the Beaches".
Web: www.the-kittiwake-coast.com

Trinity Bight, Newfoundland and Labrador

Brilliant summer comes alive in the communities of Trinity Bight. Of all Newfoundland's heritage communities, Trinity perhaps defines us best. Trinity is one of the most historically-significant communities in the province. The deep regard and respect for the past goes back farther here than anywhere else on the island. This area is historically significant and much work has been done to preserve or recreate the vernacular architecture, sites, history and culture. The twelve communities that make up the Trinity Bight are a rewarding visit on any vacation to Newfoundland.
Web: www.trinity-bight.com

The Discovery Trail, Newfoundland and Labrador

Discovery Trail - A Historical Treasure From Cabot to Cormack to Coaker, from Trinity to Bonavista to Brooklyn, and from the fertile farmland of Lethbridge to the windswept plain around The Dungeon, the Discovery Trail takes you through time, myth and legend into a reality that will leave you wondering if seeing really is believing.
Web: www.the-discovery-trail.com

The Irish Loop

The Irish Loop refers to an area that encircles the shores of Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula. The area is named after the Irish immigrants that first inhabited this part of Newfoundland, and for the geography which resembles their homeland. This tour around the Irish Loop can be done in a day at a leisurely pace or is best done over a couple of days to truly enjoy the scenery, history and the people.
Web: www.irish-loop.com

The Baccalieu Trail, Newfoundland and Labrador

"Wherever you are, steer northwest for Baccalieu." This old sailors' proverb, minus the compass direction, is still good advice for today's traveller. Along Routes 80 and 70, and their offshoots, you'll find charming fishing villages, gorgeous coastal scenery, and a few surprises. There are several ways to access The Baccalieu Trail: from Route 60, or take Routes 75 or 80 from Route 1.
Web: www.the-baccalieu-trail.com

Admiral's Coast, Newfoundland and Labrador

The Admiral’s Coast follows Route 60 along the western and southern shore of Conception Bay between Colliers and Paradise, and provides excellent views over the bay.
Web: www.admirals-coast.com

Trinity Eco-Tours

Trinity Eco-Tours operating under Dive Ventures, is a newfoundland established company dealing in a "whole Eco-Tourism" experience. We deal with whale and iceberg watching, have diving packages (for professional divers) and also do speciality tours. These are done in and around Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. We are located 2.5 hours from St. John's and look forward to providing you with an unique experience!
Web: www.trinityeco-tours.com

Hello Newfoundland

Hello Newfoundland is all about the fascinating province of Newfoundland, Canada. Come explore the places of Newfoundland, and enjoy its friendly, historic, and unique culture with us as we cover Newfoundland tourism, events, and the thriving arts scene with pictures, stories and videos.
Web: www.hellonewfoundland.com

Newfoundland Bed And Breakfast Kay's Chalet

Kay's Chalet Newfoundland Bed & Breakfast and Pondside Tea Garden is located in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada - just 40 minutes south of the capital St. John's. The charming lakefront Bed and Breakfast offers a gorgeous picturesque view of Hell Hill Pond, a delicious authentic Newfoundland breakfast all prepared by your gracious and friendly host, Kathleen Williams.
Address: P.O. Box 192, Cape Broyle, NL, A0A 2P0
Phone: (709) 687-4643 or (709) 364-3162
Web: www.kayschaletbb.com

Free Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism E Books

Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism Guide Books, with Free Downloadable E Books for each Region updated weekly. Click on Each Regional page to get the current e-book, download time various from 10 -60 seconds. The E-books are updated every couple of days.
Web: newfoundland-labrador-tourism-books.com
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