Red Bay, Newfoundland Cruise Port

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About Red Bay, Newfoundland

Designated a National Historic Site, Red Bay is a fascinating portal into the world of 16th-century Canada. With its fertile waters and sheltered harbor, Red Bay once proved a perfect site for European whaling fleets. Travelers can visit the Whalers Cemetery, and judge for themselves whether the ghosts of Red Bay's colorful--and often tragic--whaling past really do haunt the area as reported.

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It was drizzling here when we arrived but we did enjoy our excursion out to the Lighthouse. We saw3 a huge iceberg just behind the lighthouse. Several building here to explore and you can climb the stairs to the top. Our guide was excellent. We tasted some local tea after our climb. Bring bug spray. I got stung twice.

Visited: Aug 02, 2017

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