Battle Harbor

Battle Harbor is the National Historic District of Canada that is the best lace for recreation in the traditional life and times of Newfoundlanders and Labradoreans. Battle Harbor is located on Battle Island, off Labrador's southeast coast with historic structures, walkways, and work areas. Visitors can enjoy and experience hike around the Read More


Brigus is located approximately 80 kilometers or one hour from the capital city of St. John's that is a scenic and historic place. Over 12,000 visitors from all over the world and Canada come to visit Brigus to enjoy three days of music, traditional food, dancing, fireworks and blueberries. Visitors will enjoy here old-style architecture, rustic stone walls, lush, green gardens and winding narrow lanes are reflective Read More

Trinity St. John's

Trinity is a wonderful place of Newfoundland and Labrador that contains Houses, museums, art galleries, and other historic buildings preserved from the 18th century. Visitors can enjoy here boat tours, the beautiful landscape, spot whales, birds, beautiful cliffs, ocean and icebergs. Trinity is known for its talented performers and exceptional theatre and events that attract thousands of people from all over the world. Read More

White Hills

White Hills Ski Resort is located one kilometre west of the town of Clarenville that is famous site for winter wilderness covered with perfect white blanket. Thousands of visitors from all over the world and Canada come here to experience Snowshoe adventure trails. White Hills is place that has wonderful species all around including birds, rabbits, foxes and even moose. Read More

Red Bay National Historic Site

Red Bay National Historic Site is part of the Labrador Coastal Drive that is a mystical place and famous all over the world. Canada's Tentative List for World Heritage acknowledged this place as Red Bay National Historic Site. Red Bay National Historic Site visitors can experience and watch an eight-metre chalupa that presents collections of whale bones displayed. People who came to visit Red Bay National Read More