Day: May 23, 2018

Up Close and Personal with 10,000 nature - Icebergs
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Boat Tours and More

Interested in puffins, dolphins, sharks, humpback whales, otters, jelly fish, killer whales, and seabirds? Did you know one of the best boat tours in Newfoundland leaves twice daily from the end of our lane? Walk directly to the Molly Bawn

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Fresh Lobster and a Fine Day

Do you like eating fresh lobster, crab, cold water shrimp and fish? So do we! Nothing better than spending a summer night eating fresh lobster beside an outdoor fire. But when is the best time for seafood in Newfoundland? Since

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Icebergs Types

The word “Iceberg” doesn’t come from the English language. Just like moose aren’t native to Newfoundland (see our blog post on where moose actually came from) the word iceberg is a dutch word that, literally translated, means “Ice Mountain” Next

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Camping Options

Planning a camping adventure during your Newfoundland vacation? Then get ready for nature and wildlife. Newfoundland has amazing camping locations with lots of options for every type of explorer. What type of adventurer are you? Choose to explore one of

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Annual Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival
Festivals

Festivals in St. John’s, Newfoundland

Planning on exploring the city St. John’s during your stay with us? Here’s a short list of some of the more popular festivals scheduled to take place in the capital city this summer. NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR FOLK FESTIVAL (August 3rd

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Wildlife in Newfoundland
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The Story of Moose

Moose are such an iconic symbol here in Newfoundland, it’s hard to believe they’re actually not native to the island at all. That’s right, moose are not from Newfoundland at all. In 1904, four moose were introduced to the Newfoundland

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