Whale watching is a top attraction in St. John's, Newfoundland. This whale watching tour begins in St. John Harbor and heads into the waters off Cape Spear. The whales feed on krill in the waters off Newfoundland in July.
On the wild coast in front of Twillingate Newfoundland There are places where one feels like in another world. Twillingate Newfoundland is one of them. There, where man hardly has anything left to say. Where nature takes over the regiment. There, where the elements determine the event. In a place where the wind ... go to Article
Prince Edward Island is a quiet province. High mountains, deep fjords and wide prairies are here in vain. The charm of Prince Edward Island lies in its small villages, the fields where potatoes grow to the horizon, and the fishing harbors where small lobster boats await their next exit. Who the … go to Article
A lonely island in the Atlantic? How does that sound to you? I immediately think of a refreshing wind that blows from the sea, and I see lighthouses like a mirage from the fine mist that the morning leaves over long sandy beaches, appearing in the distance, until the sun strengthens ... go to Article
Cabbage Key in Florida Imagine that boats dock at the jetty only twice a day and unload a handful of passengers who spend a few hours on the island, just like the rush hour between 11.00 and 14.00. Before and after, it's quiet on Cabbage Key, ... go to Article
The Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick Maybe not everyone knows their name, but they may already have seen most of you - at least in one photo: the Hopewell Rocks at the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick. They are among the most famous attractions of the Atlantic Province in Canada, as they are a landmark of the ... go to Article
I don't know if you feel the same way: before a trip to an unknown region, I get an idea of what it looks like there just by preparing. But this time I was really wrong with my expectations. We had hoped to find a small iceberg on the coast of Newfoundland every now and then ... go to Article
The Glooscap Trail along the Bay of Fundy On our trip through Nova Scotia, we have a choice: take the highway from Windsor to Pictou to reach our destination quickly, or we choose the leisurely drive along the north coast of Nova Scotia along the Glooscap Trail always with a view ... go to Article