Eastern Newfoundland winds its way from historic Cape Bonavista to the charming villages of the Burin Peninsula. Discover this beautiful region teeming with wildlife and attractions. The region is centred around the town of Clarenville. However, there are many other destinations to choose from. The towns of Bonavista and Trinity once rivaled St. John's as the fishing capital of North America. Today it rivals any spot in the world due to its quaint charm and gracious people.
Along the shores you can explore sheltered coves, sandy beaches and bright blue waters. A wonderful place for sailing, swimming or strolling along the shore on a bright and sunny day. Eastern Newfoundland has a network of provincial parks. Don't miss Terra Nova National Park, where boreal landscapes meet sheltered fingers of the sea. This is Canada's easternmost national park, and the meeting of thick Newfoundland forests and salty ocean waters is unique and impressive. Boreal forests, barrens and bogs are home to moose, lynx and black bear. Two hundred kilometres of shoreline hug Terra Nova National Park, most of it along deep sounds that reach well in from the North Atlantic ocean. Interpretive boat tours on Newman Sound offer opportunities to view bald eagles, whales and marine life. Truly a magnificent place to visit when traveling deep into Newfoundland's heartland. Many of the properties listed below are members of: