10) Fogo Island
The scarcely populated grounds of Fogo Island sit on the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. The majestic beauty of the area include cliffs made of volcanic ash and a cool, rough terrain that feels almost hypnotic in person. This island’s origins date back hundreds of years. In the winter, the current from Labrador freezes over, leaving you free to explore its icy landscape. If you’re looking for a vacation filled with relaxation while mulling over the vastness of nature, come to Fogo Island and experience something unforgettable.