Pabineau Falls (Gegoapsgog), located on the Nepisiguit River, is one of nature's majestic sightsalong the ancient Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail near Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada.
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While the pandemic has been tough on people, and many still feel hesitant about worldwide travel, the team at National Geographic is optimistic that we’ll soon be comfortable reclaiming adventure.
“While the pandemic stalled many of our travel plans for nearly two years, our appetite for new and impactful journeys has only grown. In many ways, the pandemic provided a moment for travellers and communities around the world to reflect and regroup on how we explore the world,” said George Stone, executive editor of National Geographic Travel.
And while you wait for your next adventure, enjoy some more photos from the Sentier Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail.
The list celebrates a number of World Heritage sites in honor of UNESCO’s 50 years of helping to safeguard cultural and natural treasures. This year’s list can be viewed in full here.
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