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Atlantic Canada
Green Gables
Visit one of the most important literary landmarks in Canada. The 19th-century Green Gable Farm was the setting for the famous Anne of Green Gables novels by Lucy Montgomery. You can tour through the iconic farmhouse and surroundings. Green Gables is protected by a National Historic Site status and lays within the boundaries of Prince Edward Island National Park.
Atlantic Canada
Hopewell Rocks
Also located in New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy, are the Hopewell Rocks. Over thousands of years, tides have eroded these rocks into distinct formations with trees on top. Due to their fringed tops, Hopewell Rocks are also known as the Flowerpot Rocks. During low tide, you can walk among these formations or explore the nearby hidden coves.
Atlantic Canada
Gros Morne National Park
Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland is a truly breathtaking and remarkable place. Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you’ll find towering mountains, fjords, and First Nation culture. Hike to the top of the Long Range Mountains for a stunning view of Ten Pound Gorge, discover the desert-like Tablelands, or swim at the base of Pissing Mare Falls.
Atlantic Canada
Cape Spear Lighthouse
Near Newfoundland’s capital city St John’s is the National Historic Site, Cape Spear Lighthouse. As the province’s oldest surviving lighthouse, it gives a unique view into Atlantic Canada’s seafaring history. This lighthouse stood sentinel since Canada’s early settlements. Plus, as the most easterly point in North America, the sunsets here are truly remarkable.
Atlantic Canada
Fundy National Park
Fundy National Park is located on New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy. In addition to magnificent coastline, this national park is also home to the world’s highest tides, over 25 waterfalls, and roughly 62 miles of hiking and biking trails. As you explore the park, you might meet the many animals that live here including moose, black bears, and beavers.
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