St Anthony, New Foundland, Canada

St. Anthony is located on Newfoundland's Great Northern Peninsula and is the northernmost town on the island of Newfoundland.

In season, St. Anthony offers passengers many sightseeing delights such as magnificent icebergs, whales and seabirds and holds stories and artifacts of great historical significance. As well, there are museums, galleries, and a wilderness lodge offering everything from fly-fishing to nature photo safaris.

Things to see and do

* Whale watching
* Grenfell House Museum
* Grenfell Interpretive Centre
* Tea House Hill
* The Rotunda

General Information

Cruise Season – May - Nov
Currency – Canadian Dollar (CAD)
Language – English, French
Population – 2,500 approx
Land Area – 37.02 km²
Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins US style or with a round pin below
Time – GMT minus five hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 1

Transport Links – Visitors can fly directly to the regional St. Anthony airport.. Upon arrival, you can take a shuttle directly to the Town of St. Anthony.

Visitors can also take the Marine Atlantic ferry from Sydney (Nova Scotia) towards Newfoundland. From Port aux Basques, take the Trans-Canada Highway towards Deer Lake. At that point, you can take the famous Viking Trail (Route 430) through Gros Morne National Park towards St. Anthony.

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