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Discover Newfoundland & Labrador

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Tour Canada’s youngest province.

Newfoundland and Labrador provides a truly exceptional vacation experience. Gaze upon the majestic site of a 5,000 year old iceberg or go eye-to eye with a 30 tonne humpback whale on a boat tour. Bring along your binoculars for a spectacular seabird watching at the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve. Visit Mile 0, the beginning of the Trans Canada Highway at Signal Hill. Stand at Cape Spear National Historic Site and the entire population of North America is west of you.

Natural Wonders

Unspoiled and untouched beauty is what you’ll find in Newfoundland and Labrador. This observation becomes apparent as you watch whales dip in and out of the waters and the sky fill with bald eagles, kittiwakes and other types of seabirds. With 29,000 kms of rugged coastline and colossal icebergs, this place naturally attracts many returning visitors.

Culture & History

Newfoundland and Labrador boasts a cultural heritage largely influenced by Irish, French, English and ancient Aboriginal charm. The province’s culture is reflected in the shared stories and tales, traditional meals of seafood and the collection of aptly named towns and communities. Explore the history of Newfoundland and visit various historical sites and attractions, including 19th and 20th century saltbox houses, root cellars and historic government and church structures.

Festivals & Events

The Atlantic province hosts a variety of festivals and events, ranging from special celebrations commemorating the famous arctic explorer Captain Bob Barlett to local music and food events. Attend the annual Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival for a unique cultural experience or take advantage of the George Street Festival in downtown St. John’s for great live entertainment during the evening hours.

What to do?

There are many ways to build an incredible outdoor experience in Newfoundland. Breathe in fresh sea air while hiking one the many scenic trails. Paddle your way through exceptional stretches of fjords, guts and rivers. Tee off on a beautifully-designed golf course, surrounded by pristine coastline views. Reel in a big one during a fishing expedition. Visit St. John’s, the oldest English-founded city in North America and get a taste of Newfoundland’s urban scene.

 

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