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Nestled in Newfoundland’s northern coast, Notre Dame Bay highlights a diverse archipelago that has offered sanctuary for travelers of the stormy Atlantic Ocean for ages. Visited by the Dorset Inuit over a thousand years ago, they were the last of the indigenous Beothuk. Later, these islands harboured thriving fishing communities. Today they lay silent, their inhabitants having moved to the mainland, or even further afield. During our voyage we will explore the region’s cultural and natural history, as well as paddle among the enormous icebergs that drift into the bay this time of year.
This trip is run in cooperation with our friends at Coastal Adventures.
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