Travelling northwards the coastline becomes less populated, communities are more isolated and the landscape is largely untouched by tourism. As you sail through Labrador you have the opportunity to step ashore to visit some of the few habitations.
Labrador’s coastline is a remote and sparsely populated area of captivating scenery and quaint, secluded fishing villages. Discover the region’s history of fishing, one of the few industries possible in this area, as you visit the villages of Battle Harbour and Red Bay. Should the port authority give permission, you could also travel to Rigolet to visit the local Inuit community before continuing on to Hopedale, where the town’s museums offer a fascinating glimpse into the cultural heritage and rich history of the country’s indigenous communities.
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