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Newfoundland & Labrador holidays

The most easterly and youngest of the Canadian provinces, Newfoundland and Labrador encompass two distinct parts: the northerly mainland region known as Labrador, and the island of Newfoundland to the south, separated by the Straits of Belle Isle (Labrador Straits). Newfoundland receives the majority of visitors, with more tourist facilities and a network of scenic driving tours, accessible national parks and historic sites. Highlights include superb wildlife viewing with many whales, puffins and moose, and an interesting culture that has been influenced by English, Irish, French, and Aboriginal heritage. Direct international flights arrive into St John’s, while the town of Gander has connections to other Canadian cities.

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