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For an off-the-beaten track adventure, look no further than cottage rentals in Labrador. Stretching from the Strait of Belle Isle in the south to Cape Chidley in the north, cottages for rent are scattered throughout the forested mountains, lakes, and rivers of Labrador, Canada’s final frontier.
Torngat Mountains National Park—from the Inuktitut word Torngait, meaning “place of spirits”—offers visitors an exceptional opportunity to experience the Arctic landscape and environment of the Northern Labrador natural region. Hiking, climbing, and boating are popular Park activities in the summer, while cross-country skiing and snowmobiling are favourites come winter. All of Labrador is a haven for hunters and anglers, for the land and waters regularly teem with game and fish. Wildlife watchers will be well served by the icebergs, caribou, and whales that travel through the area seasonally. In addition to a plethora of outdoor recreations, Labrador offers one of the best southern views of the Northern Lights!
Seafood is common fare along the coast, while indigenous game, often in the form of moose burgers, can (and should!) be sampled at inland restaurants. After indulging in local cuisine, visitors can browse boutiques for one-of-a-kind gifts, such as soapstone carvings and sealskin boots, and explore Innu and Inuit culture and heritage, which is on show at numerous historic sites throughout the region. Labrador is also home to the annual Bakeapple Folk Festival.
In addition to summer and winter outood activities and unique cultural attractions, Labrador cottage rentals provide visitors with the chance to discover the wilderness and wildlife of the province’s scenic and secluded north.