Corner Brook Cruise

Cox's Cove
Gros Morne National Park
The Forest in Corner Brook

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Corner Brook

A Fishing Village in the Middle of the Woods

Overlooking the icy waters of the Humber River in the Bay of Islands, and surrounded by the largest mountains in Newfoundland is Corner Brook, one of Canada's most beautiful towns and the next stop on your MSC Cruise.

Corner Brook is small, with fewer than 20,000 inhabitants, but it is full of charm. It is the perfect place for those who love nature, walking in the open air and hiking in the woods. Near the city, there are amazing wooded areas ideal for walks through lush, pristine nature, where you can observe and meet up-close some of the animal species typical of the area.
Cox's Cove is also worth a visit for its breathtaking view and waterfalls. A small fishing village, it was founded in the 1840s and is located on Middle Arm, a large bay off the Bay of Islands, not far from Corner Brook.
One of the magical moments on your journey with MSC Cruises will be a visit to Gros Morne National Park, on the west coast of Newfoundland. This park contains some of the most spectacular scenery in eastern Canada, as well as a series of unique geological features, including mountains shaped by the glaciers that have contributed to its inclusion as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. From the top of the Gros Morne Mountains, you can admire the spectacular view of the plateaus and observe the tranquility of the fishing villages enclosed between high cliffs and steep fjords. This park is the perfect place for immersing yourself in Canadian nature, discovering arctic hares, black bears, lynx and caribou.

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    Raw Beauty and Unexpected Landscapes
    Raw Beauty and Unexpected Landscapes

    Canada is an incredibly diverse country, from historic cities of the east, to the plains and jaw-dropping mountains of the west and the Arctic wilderness of the north.

    Atlantic Canada – especially Newfoundland – is a land apart, with a distinct culture, stunning scenery and invariably plenty roads. An MSC cruise will take you to Halifax, the hip capital of Nova Scotia that offers great museums, hundreds of pubs and the best live music in the east, to the Prince Edward Island, the bucolic country of Anne of Green Gables, and to Newfoundland’s boisterous capital, St John’s, where you can whale-watch or picnic at a lighthouse.

    During an MSC cruise you can enjoy the long, jagged coastline punctured by picturesque bays, sandy beaches, towering cliffs of the Maritime Provinces and the natural and historic charms of Newfoundland. The Atlantic Ocean was crucial to the development of this part of Canada, not only in bringing waves of settlers but also accounting for its greatest industries: shipbuilding and fishing. Spread over the promontory Cap Diamant and the banks of the St Lawrence River, Québec City is instead one of Canada’s most beautifully located cities and certainly its most historic one.