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National Geographic & Newfoundland

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The National Geographic Eastern Newfoundland Map was created through a collaborative process with the local people of Eastern Newfoundland and National Geographic to highlight the natural, historic, and cultural assets unique to the area. (Map-> http://tinyurl.com/nltourism)

The Eastern Newfoundland Geotourism Project seeks to celebrate the Eastern Newfoundland region as a world-class destination, while contributing to the economic health of the region by promoting sustainable tourism. History buffs and adventurers, backpackers and foodies, birders and sightseers can discover unique destinations based on recommendations from those who know best—residents of the Eastern Newfoundland region.

Eastern Newfoundland residents and visitors, community organizations, tourism stakeholders and local businesses nominate sites for inclusion in the map. Unlike any other mapping project, a favorite local restaurant, farm, winery, hiking or biking trail, swimming hole, museum or artist gallery are samples of the type of nominations National Geographic and its project partners researched.

You can pick up the map here: http://tinyurl.com/nltourism

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