The best word to describe  Newfoundland Canada is "unique". Nestled into the northeast corner of North America is Canada's most easterly province. Unusual geography, untamed wilderness, fjords, whale watching,          quaint villages & rugged coastlines are just a few of the reasons travelers say  "prepare to be lost & found" in Newfoundland.

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

Eastern Moose

The moose is a herbivore and is capable of consuming many types of plant or fruit. The average adult moose needs to consume 9770 Calories per day to maintain its body weight. A typical moose, weighing 790 lbs., can eat up to 71 lbs.

Newfoundland toutons are a local treat consisting simply of slowly fried pieces of white dough, often in pork fat, traditionally served with molasses.

Newfoundland Toutons

Toutons - traditional Newfoundland fried bread dough usually served with butter and molasses. I'm sure many folks on the Rock will be having these at least once during the Holidays.

Iceberg, Witless Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. By: Barrett & Mackay

Iceberg, Witless Bay , Newfoundland By Barrett & MacKay. of the iceberg is underwater.

Island Safaris Hunting and Fishing Adventures, Newfoundland Canada

Island Safaris Hunting and Fishing Adventures, Newfoundland Canada /// that's a big freaking moose

L'Anse aux Meadows Viking settlement in Newfoundland,Canada. An incredibly beautiful place...loved it!!

Vikings Built This Amazing Green-Roofed Village 1000 Years Ago! Read more: Green-Roofed Houses at L’anse Aux Meadows Were Built by Vikings 1000 Years Ago!

Newfoundland Screech - Our famous rum.

To get Screeched In is a Newfoundland custom, whereby local Newfoundlanders encourage those not from Newfoundland to become an honourary Newfoundlander.

In 1497, John Cabot sailed across the Atlantic Ocean and discovered Newfoundland in Canada. It is possibly the first European visit to mainland North America since the Vikings, centuries before. Over 500 years later, the people of Newfoundland still celebrate and commemorate his discovery.

In John Cabot sailed across the Atlantic Ocean and discovered Newfoundland in Canada.

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