Gros Morne National Park is located on the west coast of Newfoundland island, in Newfoundland and Labrador province in Canada. This park is named after a large hill in its territory, considered the second highest mountain in Newfoundland. The park provides a comprehensive overview of the geological evolution of an ocean basin and continental plateau, with its fjords, glaciers, waterfalls, vertical cliffs, tall alpine plateau and numerous lakes. It is an area of great natural beauty, with a huge variety of landscapes, wildlife and recreational activities which allow you to appreciate the beautiful views and the variety of flora and fauna. Some of the activities that the park offers are boating, the opportunity to visit mountains or camping on the seashore. Recent changes in the glaciers have led to glacial valleys, cliffs, waterfalls, lakes, and other formations. As additional information, it is important to note that Gros Morne is considered a World Heritage UNESCO site, due to the park and its surroundings' great natural beauty and culture.
St. Johns is a magical city! With unpredictable weather the wonderful capital of the peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada is part of a spectacular memory. As part of a transatlantic cruise we were lucky to stop in this welcoming town, or should I say city? With its picturesque streets and its ups and downs ... Previously convinced that they were the center of the world, you can still see a map indicating this, and signs to the cities of Europe and the world! And also they are proud to have the most eastern point in North America ... A perfect start to seeing the kindness of Canadians! In less than five hours it rained, snowed, was cold, hot, sunny and we even had to retreat to the boat because of being pelted by hail! That enchanting harbor where all the boats make noises to cheer off visitors! I would definitely spend more time there!
There is nothing more spectacular than sailing the sea and passing close by huge icebergs over 15,000 years old. Admire the beautiful icebergs of up to 15 thousand years old in Newfoundland, Canada. Kayak on the sea, enjoy an "Iceberg" beer and take some ice for your favorite drink. Sounds good, doesn't it? You can watch videos on http://www.Youtube.Com/viajeacanada
This place is at the northern tip of the island of Newfoundland, which is the province of Terrenota and Labrador in Canada, in this place where 2 Norwegian researchers found elevations that were covered with grass, which turned out to be the ruins of an ancient Viking town, hence the importance of this place, which is also a world heritage site by UNESCO. The name of this place corresponds to a variant of French and means "The Jellyfish Cove". The place is comprised of 8 structures, which include 3 houses, a forge, a mill and 3 shops, the biggest of these buildings is more than 20 meters and is divided into many rooms, which speaks of an advanced technique construction parts of the ancient inhabitants. They also found 100 objects of Viking origin. The estimated settlement from the 11th century and its characteristics is believed to have belonged to Leifsbudir in L'Anse Aux Meadows, a settlement that was constructed by the Vikings in Vinland. Before the Vikings, some other small cultures had done well, however the importance of L'Anse aux Meadows is that it was the only Viking settlement in North America. L'Anse aux Meadows is an enigmatic place with great historical significance and unique, which is why it is very important for the Americas and for humanity in general.