With over 29,000 kilometers of coastline, Newfoundland and Labrador has a variety of outdoor activities you can do, ranging from viewing icebergs to camping and whale watching. You can also go to a winter carnival celebration, explore a national park, see lighthouses, and stroll through art galleries.
If you’re visiting in the spring or summer, it’s a great time to go on a boat tour to see Iceberg Alley. Iceberg Alley has icebergs that are over 10,000 years old. For hiking, check out the International Appalachian Trail or the East Coast Trail, which includes 20 different trails. Another popular activity in Newfoundland and Labrador is bird watching since there about 350 species of birds, including puffins, ospreys, and bald eagles. You can also go whale and dolphin watching, you can go on a sea kayak or boat tour.
St. John’s is the largest city in Newfoundland and Labrador. In St. John’s you can wander through art galleries such as the Eastern Edge Gallery and the Christina Parker Gallery. Go to Fort Amherst, which was the first lighthouse in Newfoundland, or go exploring through the Botanical Garden at Memorial University. Another city in Newfoundland and Labrador is Corner Brook. In Corner Brook, you can go to a winter carnival celebration, go snowshoeing, or play broomball.
Newfoundland and Labrador is filled with small Canadian towns. In Bonavista you can see the Cape Bonavista Lighthouse and explore a replica of the Matthew ship. You can also go on a natural history hike to explore the coast and even see puffins. Another small town is Stephenville. In Stephenville you can visit the Regional Museum of Art and History and attend the Stephenville Theatre Festival.
Gander Lake is the third largest lake in Newfoundland and Labrador. Gander Lake has a few different types of fish, including salmon and Artic char. Another popular lake is Lake Melville. Lake Melville is over 150 miles long and is 12 miles wide. You can rent a cottage in one of the small villages along the lake.
Torngat Mountains National Park is a beautiful, remote place for hiking. You can also go mountain climbing, fishing, and camping. For a different view of the park, you can even go on a cruise ship! Visit Terra Nova National Park for swimming in Sandy Pond, a relaxing bike ride, or golfing at Twin Rivers.
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The average price of a nightly rental in Newfoundland and Labrador is $137 while the average price of a weekly rental is $801. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Newfoundland and Labrador home is $2334.
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