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Characterised by its magnificent icebergs, rugged landscapes, laidback lifestyle and friendly people, Canada’s easternmost province is the ideal place for a holiday brimming with quintessential charm, stunning natural beauty, and a touch of quirkiness, too. Read more...

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Explore the Beauty of Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador’s biggest enticement has to be its stunning natural beauty, and the chilled lifestyle that goes alongside it. Sweeping coastlines, luscious boreal forests, rocky crags, soaring icebergs…the landscapes here will certainly determine a new love for the wilderness and all it has to offer.

Explore National Parks and ecological reserves full of towering mountains, icy glaciers and magnificent fiords, including Gros Morne National Park with its jaw-dropping horizon of desert-like Tablelands. Along the jagged coastline, you’ll find a plethora of seabirds – the region is even aptly known as the seabird capital of North America – as well as majestic whales, or you could venture inland in search of black bears, moose and caribou.

The people of Newfoundland and Labrador are incredibly friendly. Living on an island with its own time zone (half an hour ahead of the mainland), and even its own dialect, life here is wildly unique, yet still utterly homely and comforting. The people are also known for their creativity, which highlights the region’s bubbly arts and music scene.

The capital, St John’s, is a lively city full of fun music, trendy restaurants and plenty of entertainment, whilst the region’s expansive natural parks and small seaside towns lend themselves to quieter days spent sea kayaking and hiking.

Why visit Newfoundland and Labrador

•    There are plenty of amazing wildlife spotting opportunities, including whales, puffins, seabirds, bears and moose
•    If you’re hoping to marvel at breath-taking icebergs, you’ve found the right place. Iceberg Alley is adorned with icebergs aged over 10,000 years, ranging in shapes and colours – from bright white, to deep turquoise
•    The people here are incredibly friendly. Spend your evenings drinking rum with the locals, listening to fascinating tales told by quirky and characterful storytellers
•    Gros Morne National Park’s natural beauty needs to be seen to be believed. Known for its arid Tablelands, this is the perfect spot for watching the sun go down and paint the world in bright oranges and reds

When to visit Newfoundland and Labrador

The weather here isn’t overly hot, which is perfect for holidays spent hiking up Tablelands and wandering around quaint seaside towns. The summer is perhaps the best time thanks to the slightly warmer weather and bright skies, ideal for enjoying the region’s unbelievable landscapes. The summertime is also peak whale watching season, and the puffins tend to migrate here between April and August.

Newfoundland and Labrador Information

There are a wide variety of things to see and do whilst staying in Newfoundland and Labrador. Check out our travel guides for some of the highlights, top tips and travel inspiration from our Canadian Sky Experts, along with some essential information you may need for your holiday.

Exploring Newfoundland’s west and north: Deer Lake to the Great Northern Peninsula Exploring Newfoundland’s west and north: Deer Lake to the Great Northern Peninsula
Newfoundland’s west coast is home to the dramatic Long Range Mountains which are dotted with freshwater fjords, beautiful beaches, lighthouses and charming seaside villages. Further north, the Great Northern Peninsula, which extends to L’anse aux Meadows, the only authenticated Viking settlement site on the continent, is one of the best places for iceberg viewing and whale watching.
Exploring the highlights of Newfoundland and Labrador Exploring the highlights of Newfoundland and Labrador
Whether you’re a lover of culture, nature, wildlife, history, outdoor adventure or even luxurious wilderness stays, the province of Newfoundland and Labrador offers it all and then some, including these especially unforgettable experiences.

Trip ideas for a five day stay in St. John’s, Newfoundland Trip ideas for a five day stay in St. John’s, Newfoundland
From outdoor adventures, exciting wildlife and historic attractions to fantastic shopping, a renowned nightlife and a growing foodie scene, St. John's may be relatively small in size and population, with only around 150,000 residents, but it truly packs a punch when it comes to things to see and do.
A photogenic tour of stunning Atlantic Canada A photogenic tour of stunning Atlantic Canada
Atlantic Canada is so incredibly scenic, it’s ideal for photographs and anyone who wants to capture lots of postcard-perfect photos. These breathtaking sights are musts for the ultimate photogenic tour through the region.

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