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If you’re looking for a unique way to explore the spectacular scenery of Newfoundland and Labrador, then boat tours are definitely worth considering. Not only do they provide stunning views of the rugged coastline and its many islands, but they also offer an opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the province’s most famous attractions.  From giant icebergs to picturesque fishing villages, boat tours in Newfoundland will give you a truly unforgettable experience. Plus, there is always plenty of wildlife to watch out for. Whales, puffins, and eagles are just some of what's out there. With so much to experience, it’s no wonder why boat tours in Newfoundland have become increasingly popular over recent years. What to Bring The first thing you've got to know is that being out on the water is cold. It could be twenty-five degrees on land and only fifteen degrees on the water! Layers are a must. You might only want a sweater in summer. But if you're coming for Iceberg season you're going to want a coat with a touque and mitts. Even if you're wearing shorts on land put a little extra on for the boat, especially if you've got a longer adventure boat

Why You Shouldn’t Skip Over This Area The Blow Me Down Mountains in Corner Brook are an awe-inspiring sight and the perfect place for avid hikers to explore! Named after the strong wind you'll often find at the top, these mountains make up one of four mountanous plateaus in western Newfoundland where you can walk on the earth's mantle! The Lewis Hills, The Blow Me Down Mountains, The North Arm Hills and The Tablelands. These four plateaus are currently in the process of becoming a Geopark. Cabox Geopark, named after the tallest Mountain in Newfoundland, The Cabox. The geology here is so similar to that of Gros Morne that it was one of the areas considered for the location of the national park before it was ultimately centered around Gros Morne mountain. Instead, you can find the small Blow Me Down provincial park Newfoundland.  is in the process of becoming the Cabbox geopark! named after the tallest mountain in the park. Hikers should be prepared for an adventurous experience as they traverse through this rugged terrain. There are several trails to choose from with varying degrees of difficulty, ranging from easy loops around scenic coastal cliffs to some of Newfoundland's most challenging and rewarding