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As the easternmost province in Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador has a lot to offer — from forests and beaches to more unique sites like Viking encampments and icebergs. Full of natural wonders, it’s definitely worth a trip if you've never been (or even if you have).

Whether you venture out there on a road trip or opt to catch a flight, you'll want to be fuelled for adventures to come. Packing some tasty snacks from Nature Valley will help keep your energy levels up along the way (and during your travels).

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With many Canadians experiencing the travel bug, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by wanderlust. There are lots of amazing destinations across Canada, so it can be tricky to narrow down your options.

If you're seeking a hidden gem to add to your bucket list, St. John's is the site to see.

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You're already planning to watch the Northern Lights in the Yukon and see polar bears in Churchill — and this unique Airbnb in Canada has to be on your epic travel bucket list, too.

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Do you really want to get away from it all? One of the world's most remote hotels is in Canada and it looks like it's from a science fiction movie. 

The striking stay called Fogo Island Inn sits pretty on the East Coast and came in first place among the world's top 10 most incredible remote hotels, according to Mirror.

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Taking a trip to Canada's Atlantic provinces just got a whole lot easier and a whole lot cheaper thanks to one ultra-low-fare airline. New Swoop east coast flights are finally happening in the summer and you'll get low fares to even more destinations there. The service expansion opens up another part of the country for Canadians to explore.

The airline is expanding its network in the east coast with three new routes for the summer of 2020. 

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Are you looking to book an affordable vacation with your friends? If so, you can book a massive cottage in Prince Edward County on Airbnb for approximately $30 a person per night! The extraordinary Ontario Airbnb has a private boxcar and is the perfect spot to party with your friends.

Prince Edward County is the ideal spot for a getaway. Conveniently located between Toronto and Ottawa, it makes a wonderful central meeting point. The popular vacation spot offers tons to do, as you can swim at Sandbanks Beach, go wine tasting at the famous vineyards or dine at some of the fantastic local restaurants.

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Eastern Canada is home to some beautiful sights, these oceanic and coastal views are second to none. One of the best (and more thrilling) ways to explore these areas in your own backyard is ziplining. 

Read More: 9 Things To Do In St. John's If You're Way Too Broke To Travel This Summer

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We are such a unique province and town, and we just LOVE to show it off.  Trying to figure out all the places you want to bring your friends from out of town, and out of province can sometimes be a little challenging. There are plenty of shops, restaurants, landmarks and other hidden gems we want to show our CFA's. (Come From Away)

Read Also: 25 Bucket List Things To Do In St. John's This Summer 2017

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Be sure you make time to explore Newfoundland and all its hidden gems. You might’ve lived in Newfoundland your entire life, or perhaps you plan to visit. But Newfoundland has MANY Islands off the big Island just waiting for you to come and explore.

Read Also: 9 Waterfront Cottages That You Can Rent For Super Cheap In Newfoundland

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Hit the trails this spring and rediscover the natural beauty of Atlantic Canada. Immerse yourself in the thick forests and rocky hikes that wind through Canada's East Coast, from Cape Breton Island to the Bay of Fundy, over the mountain ranges of Newfoundland and through the beaches of PEI. Buy yourself a solid pair of hiking boots and a huge water bottle before heading out for an epic adventure!

There's no better way to experience spring than with a hiking expedition. If you're not sure where to start, let this guide be the answer to your problems. We've done our homework and researched some of the best routes across the East Coast. So what are you waiting for? areere's memories to be made and paths to conquer!

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Everyone needs to get off the island from time to time. There's nothing like an awesome vaycay to cure all your woes. A bit of sun can be a real treat for Newfoundlanders during the long winter months. Sometimes it's cheaper to fly abroad than it is to fly across Canada. So why break the bank when you don't have to? There are plenty of flights leaving from right here in St. John's that you need to hop on!

Pack your bags! It's time to hit the beach and soak up the sun. Maybe see a few shows and or concerts. Or even enjoy some new scenery with some breathtaking landscapes. Let this guide help you choose the best destination and you're ready for take off!

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Although Newfoundland was late joining Canada, it is still beaming with history. Founded in 1479, there were hundreds of small communities formed throughout the province. The majority were fishing villages that eventually diminished. Shortly after joining Canada the provincial government implemented a resettlement plan to combine smaller communities into one. Which is why Newfoundland has a considerable amount of abandoned communities.

From resettlement ghost towns, to military bunkers from WWII, to plane crashes and shipwrecks there is plenty to discover all over Newfoundland. We've listed 10 places that will give you the heebie jeebies and get your heart pumping!

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