The stunning beauty of Newfoundland & Labrador

 

Take a look at this promotional video from Newfoundland & Labrador. Rich with history. Rife with culture. Sprawling with natural beauty. All of these wonders have been there for thousands of years, embraced by those who have come in search of people, adventures, and experiences that stay with them long after they’ve travelled on.

With visions of lime green, turquoise, and crimson around every corner, it’s easy to forget that this place is as real as the sea that surrounds it. Where hearts come fastened to sleeves and creativity has a way of spilling out onto the street, over the hill, and into the harbour. Everywhere you turn, you’ll find a delightful sight, and an abundance of breathing room. In fact, there’s enough coastline wrapped around this place to stretch back and forth across Canada four times over. And most of it comes standard with a great ocean view. Enjoy.

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  1. Tim Grayson says:

    That scenery is truly spectacular. I need to charter a flight into Gander International (YQX) and see it all for myself! Impressive video.

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