Adventure awaits in Newfoundland and Labrador.
If you’re looking for hiking adventures that are both challenging and breathtaking, look no further than Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you’ll find a range of hiking experiences, including Gros Morne Mountain, a monumental climb worth the breathtaking view from a 2,648-foot elevation. While on the west coast, get an adrenaline rush zip lining in Humber Valley. For the ultimate in wilderness trekking, visit the untouched lands of Labrador.
Larger Than Life
Experience an exhilarating kayak adventure as you glide through the ocean in the company of some friendly humpback whales. Keep an eye out for the other 29 varieties of marine mammals cruising along the coast. If you’re lucky, you’ll pass by some 10,000-year-old icebergs making their way down Iceberg Alley. For an exciting fresh water option, try whitewater rafting in Newfoundland’s largest river, the Exploits.
There are many mysterious worlds waiting to be discovered in the ocean. If you’re brave enough to venture into the deep, you’ll find hidden caves, reefs, and possibly one of the 8,000 sunken ships. You’ll swim alongside whales, and discover exactly how enormous an iceberg can be. Don’t forget your underwater camera to capture the magic moments. If you feel like sticking close to the surface, you can always go snorkeling to view whales as they pop up for a breather.
To find your way here, call Kelly at 1.800.563.6353 or visit NewfoundlandLabrador.com