Visitors Guide Newfoundland and Labrador's Labrador Region

Labrador is a world of towering mountains, massive rock faces, huge lakes and rivers that run on forever. It's one of the last great wilderness areas on the planet. Here, the air is clean, the water clear and pure, and the people equally unspoiled. A trip to Labrador is not a run of the mill vacation. It's a Great Adventure.

The rivers here challenge even the most adventurous white-water canoeists, and the land boasts thousands of square kilometres of wilderness to hike and photograph. The entire region is a paradise for sport fishermen and hunters, teeming with game and fish.

The history of this part of the province is a long and intriguing one. For the indigenous people of the region, it can be traced back almost 9000 years to the early human habitation of the North American continent. The story of the early European presence here is told at Red Bay where archaeologists have uncovered a 16th Century Basque whaling station.

Whenever you decide to visit, you're sure to find room for your favourite activity. From mountain climbing in the north to berry picking in the south, Labrador offers you many activities to partake in that you will remember for a lifetime.

Enjoy your visit!


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