Nestled between the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Northumberland Strait, the Island offers 1,600 kilometres of coastline to explore. Kayak or canoe the Island’s rivers, bays and inlets for a striking perspective of the Island’s red cliffs or sand dunes. Try your hand at parasailing for a bird’s eye view of the Island or paddle board to get up close and personal with the salt water below your feet. Take a deep-sea fishing tour to catch mackerel or cod – or even battle a 1,000-pound tuna! You can also hop on a traditional fishing boat to spend the day as a lobster fisherman, experiencing a life lived close to the sea.