St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada. My beautiful city.

The best word to describe Newfoundland Canada is “unique”. Nestled into the northeast corner of North America is Canada’s most easterly province.

One of the best drives in the world! Cabot Trail, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

One of the best drives in the world! Named the best in North America for motorcycle trips! Fall is a great time to travel in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia in Canada.


Cape Bear, Prince Edward Island

Cape Bear, Prince Edward Island - lighthouse located at Cape Bear on the south eastern coast of PEI where it has aided mariners since - Anne McKinnell

Ingonish Beach, Nova Scotia - Ingonish Beach in the Cape Breton Highlands is covered with the most beautiful round pink stones.

Ingonish Beach, Nova Scotia

Ingonish Beach, Nova Scotia - Ingonish Beach in the Cape Breton Highlands is covered with round pink stones. Ingonish Beach is the only beach in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park featuring both fresh and salt-water swimming.

Robinson's Island Road, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Fun in the Sky – PEI Aerial Photography « The winding road from Brackely to Robinson Island. (Prince Edward Island) Amazing aerial views from around this beautiful Island.

Balancing Rock, Nova Scotia

Balancing Rock, Nova Scotia, Canada -- wonder how many men have considered climbing up so they could push it off.

Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick, Canada

Hopewell Rocks (photographer: Michael Swerdlyk) - The Hopewell Rocks, also called the Flowerpot Rocks, are rock formations caused by tidal erosion near Fundy Provincial Park in New Brunswick.

Canada's Gems

Western Brook Pond Fjord, Gros Morne National Park by Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism

Riding the Goldwing along the Cabot trail on Cape Brenton Island in Nova Scotia Canada.

Cape Breton Island Cabot Trail -The route measures 298 km mi) in length and completes a loop around the northern tip of the island, passing along and through the scenic Cape Breton Highlands.

Bay of Fundy between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Each day 100 billion tonnes of seawater flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy during one tide cycle more than the combined flow of the world’s freshwater rivers! When can you experience the Tides? Visitors can see two extraordinary high and low tides every 24 hours. The time between a high tide and a low tide is, on average, six hours and 13 minutes.

Hopewell Rocks, Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia. Twice everyday the Bay of Fundy fills and empties of its 100 billion tonnes of water, creating the highest tides in the world.