You can find the best spots for whale watching in Alaska and Canada here. Whale watching is definitely part of a trip to Canada or Alaska. You can enjoy nature everywhere in Canada and Alaska. These are the best places to see whales.
Fish and other seafood dominate the Newfoundland's diet. But there was also other things to discover. Fruits with unknown names. Exceptionally prepared and prepared fish species. Game, which is rarely seen on the menu in other regions of Canada, let alone in the supermarket. The cuisine of Newfoundland has it all!
The best view of the Gros Morne National Park is from above. However, you can only get there after strenuous day hikes. Easier to get to are these views of the National Park, which are just as beautiful.
How to Eat New Brunswick Style Lobster Eating lobster is part of every trip through Atlantic Canada. If you don't try it at least once, you can't say that you've got to know this region. Because lobster is a staple food in the Atlantic regions of Canada. On Prince Edward Island, it was once the “poor people's meal”. You used to have it there [...]
Henry the Navigator sent expeditions along the west coast of Africa. An attempt to bypass the Muslim trade routes. These Portuguese seafarers moved slowly and cautiously south for fear of the dangers that traders from Arabia were spreading rumors about in order to deter this very competition from Europe.
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.
Newfoundland wine is nothing new, as the island may be the Vinland of the Vikings. One thing is certain, however. The Newfoundland winery certainly never had the rows of vines that we know from other parts of Canada. Instead, it's famous for the Newfoundland Blueberry Wine.
Blown by the wind, the northern tip of Newfoundland extends out into the narrow strait of the Strait of Belle Isle. The strait separates the island from the mainland of Labrador. It's hard to believe that the Vikings at L'Anse aux Meadows reached the east coast of North America in AD 1000.
Just across the bridge over the narrow canal that separates South Twillingate Island from the main island of Newfoundland, on the left is the Twillingate Newfoundland Fisheries Museum - Prime Berth. There you can learn everything about fishing in Newfoundland.
There are places where you feel like you are in another world. You can enjoy nature here. The coast off Twillingate Newfoundland is one of them. Where people hardly have anything to say. Where nature takes over. Where the elements determine what happens.