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Cruises to Labrador

A shore line view of the small northern fishing village of Red Bay, Labrador, Canada (Photo: intoit/Shutterstock.com)

About Labrador

Fresh ocean breezes and even fresher just-caught cod await in this remote and rugged region in Atlantic Canada. A number of Holland America Line Canada and New England sailings call in Red Bay, a fishing village in Labrador that's home to an archeological whaling site.

Be sure to visit the Red Bay Basque Whaling Station, a UNESCO World Heritage site where you'll get a fascinating look at the history of European whaling traditions. Spot hoards of seabirds and a wide variety of whale species while kayaking in the Atlantic, or shop for artisan goods handmade by locals on the mainland.

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Why go to Labrador?


Labrador offers a UNESCO World Heritage site and pristine coastal landscapes


The weather is often unpredictable

Bottom Line:

Labrador is a stunningly beautiful bucket-list destination for nature lovers

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