Newfoundland & Labrador

Average flight time from UK: 12 hours           Capital: St. Johns


Explore the vast and vibrant Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada's most easterly province, where every visit feels like a journey to a world distinctly apart. As you traverse over 18,000 miles of stunning shoreline, you'll encounter charming communities, intriguing trails, lush forests, and historical sites, all part of a land steeped in rich culture and natural wonder. Newfoundland, the island, and Labrador, its mainland counterpart, offer diverse adventures accessible by air or sea, including a ferry ride across the picturesque Strait of Belle Isle.


The province's boundless nature is a canvas of diverse terrains and wildlife, drawing visitors to unique sights like ancient icebergs, colorful puffin colonies, and gatherings of majestic humpback whales. The cultural tapestry weaves together stories of Indigenous peoples, Vikings, and European settlers, each adding a layer to the intriguing dialects and place names you'll discover.


Explore the regions of Newfoundland and Labrador, each with its distinct charm. The Western region boasts mountains, fjords, and a rugged coastline, while Central offers bays, islands, and vibrant communities. Eastern captivates with its picturesque landscapes and Avalon buzzes with the energy of St. John’s, the provincial capital. Labrador, a land of lush forests and pristine lakes, offers adventures for the bold and the curious.


Embrace the outdoor spirit with activities like boating, sea kayaking, hiking, and skiing, or delve into the rich history at various UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The province's cultural life thrives in its music festivals, culinary scene, and historic sites, offering a unique blend of the old and the new.


Whether you're seeking an adventure in the vast wilderness or a peaceful retreat by the sea, Newfoundland and Labrador promise an unforgettable experience. With each region offering its unique allure, from the rugged cliffs to the charming villages, your journey here is sure to be filled with wonder and excitement. 

So, let's set forth and uncover the secrets of this enthralling province, where the past and present merge into an experience like no other.

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Hidden Gems

  • Great Auk Sculpture at Fogo Island: Celebrate the memory of the great auk, a flightless bird that once thrived on Fogo Island. This sculpture is a poignant reminder of the island's rich natural history and a must-visit for those interested in wildlife conservation​​.
  • 120+ Ghost Towns: Explore the abandoned settlements scattered across the province. These ghost towns offer a unique glimpse into the past and are perfect for history buffs and photographers looking for off-the-beaten-path destinations​​.
  • Sandy Cove Beach, Lord's Cove: Discover this secluded beach after a journey down an unpaved road. It's an ideal spot for a tranquil day by the ocean, with stunning views and a peaceful stream at Sandy Cove Pond​​.

Must-Do Activities

  • Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve: A symphony of nature where seabirds' melodies fill the air. It's a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers, offering breathtaking views and a chance to connect with the province's vibrant ecosystem​​.
  • Iceberg Spotting in St. Anthony: Located near the tip of Newfoundland’s Northern Peninsula, St. Anthony is one of the best places for spotting icebergs in late spring and early summer. The drive up the peninsula is also rated as one of the most beautiful in the country​​.

Instagrammable Spots

  • Burin Peninsula: Known as the road less traveled, the Burin Peninsula offers sweeping landscapes, coastal cliffs, and quaint fishing villages. It's a photographer’s paradise with endless opportunities to capture the raw beauty of Newfoundland and Labrador​​.
  • L'Anse Aux Meadows: Dive into the province's Viking history with a visit to this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The scenic backdrop, historical significance, and reconstructed Norse buildings make it an Instagrammer's dream​​.

These spots and activities offer just a glimpse into the rich tapestry of experiences available in Newfoundland and Labrador. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a nature lover, or just seeking a beautiful backdrop for your next photo, this province has something special waiting for you.

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   Time difference to the UK - 3.30 hours

Ready for your next Newfoundland & Labrador adventure? 
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