Posted 15 February 2020, 12:48 pm NST
Labrador Coastal Drive tourism business have opportunity to participate in Tourism Atlantic's Accelerated Market Readiness(AMR) program. AMR provides tourism operators with the opportunity to engage with a tourism consultant on issues specific to their own operations. Sessions provide businesses with the tools to increase standards of excellence, be more responsive to emerging tourism trends, and ultimately increase revenues.

These five business participated in the fall session:
Posted 18 July 2016, 12:13 pm NDT
We welcome you to join us for Lighthouse Dinner, a unique dining experience at Point Amour Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site. Dinners for 2016 will be held every Friday evening at 7:30pm in July and August.
To make a reservation, Lighthouse Dinners.

Or call (709) 931-2840 ext. 2 (9:30 am to 5:00 pm/7 days a week)
Posted 28 September 2015, 4:00 pm NDT
September 28, 2015. (larger version)
The Point Amour Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site is open daily from 9:30am - 5:00pm daily until October 9, 2015.
Posted 11 September 2015, 4:45 pm NDT
The Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve, a 10,700 square kilometer wilderness area on in southeastern Labrador, was announced on July 31st, 2015. The Reserve protects pristine Canadian Shield landscapes, rivers, tundra and boreal forest habitats of caribou, wolves, foxes, black bear, marten, osprey, bald eagles, an endangered eastern population of harlequin duck and a 50-kilometre stretch of sandy beaches near Cartwright, described in Viking sagas as the Wunderstrand.
Posted 01 May 2014, 9:39 am NDT
The Strait of Belle Isle is opening up to blue water, finally. The ferry that operates in the Straits, the MV Apollo, has resumed service with her departure today from Corner Brook, NL to Blanc Sablon, PQ.

We are looking forward to having the regular ferry runs from Blanc Sablon, PQ to St. Barbe, NL reinstated.

For information and schedules, visit Labrador Marine Inc.

The MV Apollo will be a great place to view the reported "bumper crop" of icebergs on our way. The icebergs may be around well into the summer and then there will also be the seabirds and whales to entertain you.
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