Explore this untouched land, view magnificent 10,000 year old icebergs, and view 30 tonne whales leaping out of the water. From stunning coastlines, to quaint fishing villages and deep history, you will be in awe.

St.Johns – the oldest and most easterly city in North America, this is where heritage lives. Melded with culture, history, and personality, St.Johns has survived two World Wars, five centuries, countless hardships and triumphs. It’s become a rare, old city full of character, experience and charisma, with a contemporary and sophisticated edge.

L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site – a visit to the site can transport you back to where Vikings once stood. Perched on the top of the Viking Trail, it’s a place where mystery still mingles with the light and washes over the strange and captivating landscape.

Gros Morne National Park – the second largest National Park in Eastern Canada, Gros Morne National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, stretching 1,805 kilometres of Western Newfoundland as part of the towering Long Range Mountains.

Labrador – one of the last untamed, unspoiled places left on earth and home to the spectacular Torngat Mountains National Park where you have the chance to view Polar Bears in their natural habitat. Labrador stretches from the Strait of Belle in the south, to Cape Chidley in the far north, boasting towering mountains, massive rock faces and an infinite supply of lakes and rivers, not to mention waters seasonally teeming with whales and icebergs.

Red Bay National Historic Site – Red Bay Basque Whaling Station was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This mystical place is world-renowned. Red Bay takes the essence of Labrador coastal living and transposes a tapestry of rich culture and history.

Source: Anderson Vacations