If it’s scenery you seek, you’ll find it in Gros Morne National Park. With fjords, mountains, waterfalls, trails, sea stacks and beaches, this is a life-changing experience and a must-see excursion our province’s west coast. Make sure you bring your camera – you’ll find yourself surrounded by natural wonders. If your cruise stops in St. John’s, why not truly take yourself to the edge? Only 12 kilometres from the city you’ll find Cape Spear National Historic Site, the most easterly point in North America. This is where a continent ends and the Atlantic Ocean begins, and the rugged cliff-side scenery is breathtaking. Standing out here you’ll discover why we have our own time zone – we really are in a world of our own. Cruising to Labrador instead? Nothing will make you feel younger than surrounding yourself with the 3.9 billion year old rock in the Torngat Mountains National Park, the third oldest rock known in the world. Sailing through the Saglek and Nachvak fjords provides a scenic experience like no other. This is a stark and rugged landscape, with cliffs rising hundreds of metres straight out of the sea. And keep your eye on the shoreline, a favourite hang out for polar bears.