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Newfoundland & Labrador: Where You Will Be Always Welcome

Having St. John’s as its capital, Newfoundland & Labrador is a very beautiful and exciting province of Canada, which boasts a land area of 405,720 Km² and a water area of 34,030 Km².  In addition, this amazing place offers you about 17,000 Km of rugged coastline.  Since this place is so comprehensive that you would like to know every single attraction available there, getting to know the main places and planning your trip are always key points when going there.  One feature that all sorts of tourists love is that it is possible to get there by land, by sea or by air.

The whole tourist area is classified into five different regions which are: the Avalon region, the Eastern region, the Central region, the Western region and the Labrador region.  At these specially featured places, you are able to deal with the most paradisiacal views you could have ever seen before.  You will have the opportunity of visiting the far east of the western world.  In this way, you could go to the particular Water Street that is the oldest street in the entire North America or to a fascinating naturally-sheltered harbor. Also, you are allowed to take a walk in an out-of this-world park named Gros Morne National Park, which was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site.  In addition, you can enjoy the fantastic wildlife in really nice places such as Labrador, which is one of the greatest wilderness areas in the planet.

Moreover, Newfoundland & Labrador is not only a place to go and see, but a destination where you can do things and live every single detail.  Similar to the impressive amount of attractions they offer to you, the list of activities that can be done there is endless as well.  Among the possibilities they make available for you to select the ones that best fit your expectations and likes, you may have attraction & adventure opportunities, scenic routes, tours, festivals and events, shopping, fishing and hunting and winter fun, among many others.  Each one of them is focused on one core trait of the place and, in this way, you will not only take pleasure in nature, delicious food and people, but also learn a lot about the culture of history of Newfoundland & Labrador.

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