Gros Morne UNESCO World Heritage Site

On your cruise to Corner Brook, be sure to visit Gros Morne National Park. Stretching out over 1800 km² (697 square miles), it is truly a wonder of geology. The rare geological features, which tell the story of the ancient earth transforming millions of years ago, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Boasting ancient fjords, majestic mountains, abundant wildlife such as moose and caribou, traditional fishing villages and rugged coast, Gros Morne is one of the most popular destinations in Newfoundland and Labrador. Other highlights include cultural experiences such as music and theatre, sea kayaking, exceptional hiking, Aboriginal history, captivating storytellers, and a heritage lighthouse.

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