Prehistoric Preservation

Take a cruise back in time – way back – with a visit to Port au Choix National Historic Site located on the west side of Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula. Port au Choix has been populated for more than 4,500 years, due in part to the area’s rich marine resources. Declared a National Historic Site in 1984, Port au Choix offers a fascinating glimpse into the past of the aboriginal peoples who first inhabited this Province. Further north in Labrador, the Inuit have inhabited the Torngat Mountains for thousands of years. The archaeological evidence of their presence, including tent rings, stone caribou fences, and ancient burials grounds, is kept in safekeeping by Parks Canada. Experience this sacred and beautiful land for yourself on a cruise to the Torngat Mountains National Park.

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