Have you never visited the Cape St. Mary’s Newfoundland Ecological Reserve? If not, take out a pen or pencil right now and add it to your bucket list. Top on the agenda of any birder and nature enthusiast visiting Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula, the highlight of any visit to the Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve is walking to Bird Rock.
If you’re lucky enough to be in Canada’s Atlantic Bubble which includes Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and PEI, you can enjoy restriction-free travel between these four Atlantic Canadian Provinces.
It’s possible to forage for food almost anywhere if you know what you’re looking for. Knowledge is power, and what’s on the forager’s menu is driven by the environment around them and their ability to identify the food choices that exist.
For major hiking enthusiasts, weekend walkers, and those who only come because their friends wanted them to, the East Coast
Paddling from Tors Cove, Newfoundland, and exploring the protected coastal waters of the Marine Ecological Reserve is one of the most rewarding ocean SUP paddleboarding and kayaking experiences in Eastern Newfoundland.
The Tinker’s Point Path on the East Coast Trail also doubles as one of the best Whale Watching from Land venues along Newfoundland’s Southern Shore and Southern Avalon Peninsula.
Places like Whale House Guest House in the Witless Bay Marine Ecological Reserve protected zone offer keyless entry and self-check-in to private oceanside suites with private outdoor entrances and hot tubs overlooking humpback whale feeding grounds.
If you’ve done some hiking around the East Coast Trail or taken a walk through the coastal meadows here in
If you’re looking for a relaxed day of exploring coastal communities throughout the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve you won’t run out
Gardening has always been a strong tradition here in Newfoundland, and for good reason. Newfoundland is a great place for