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Discover Newfoundland & Labrador

Together, Newfoundland and Labrador form Canada’s easternmost province – full of rugged natural beauty, accommodating locals, and rich pockets of history by way of Viking settlements and ancient fishing villages.

The provincial capital, St John’s, makes a perfect base for exploring the southeastern section Newfoundland, including Cape Spear Lighthouse, Witless Bay Ecological Reserve and Ferryland; while the city itself hosts ghostly night tours, offers jaw-dropping views from Signal Hill, and a number of congenial pubs.

Other highlights of Newfoundland and Labrador include Gros Morne National Park on the Gulf of St Lawrence (for hiking, boat excursions, rock-climbing, camping and fishing); Iceberg Alley – one of the planet’s best places to view icebergs; and the historical L'Anse aux Meadows Viking settlement site.

Gros Morne National Park

Set on the western coast of the Canadian island of Newfoundland, Gros Morne National Park is the second-largest national park in Atlantic Canada.

This impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site is known for its magnificent fjords and dramatic mountains towering above a diverse landscape of forests, valleys, bogs and beaches. Shaped by colliding continents and grinding glaciers, the park provides a rare example of the result of continental drift, where the rocks of the earth's mantle and deep ocean crust lie exposed.

Must-see sights within the park include the Gros Morne, a majestic peak with a hiking trail overlooking the exquisite Ten Mile Pond Gorge; and the Brook Pond, a fjord lined with a number of cliffs and waterfalls


St. Johns

Newfoundland’s capital and largest city features brightly coloured row houses atop a hill overlooking a magnificent natural harbour. Locals will waste no time telling you it is North America’s oldest city, while they encourage you to indulge in a pint or a shot of rum in one of George Street’s pubs.

Head up Signal Hill for jaw-dropping views, take a trail to the historic fortification at the Queens Battery Barracks, or visit the fishing village of Quidi Vidi, and the lake nearby that hosts the annual St. John’s Regatta.

South from the city lie the dramatic cliffs of Cape Spear (an iceberg viewing and whale-watching spot). Other day trips include Witless Bay Ecological Reserve and the ever-quaint Ferryland (population 500).

In town, don’t miss a visit to The Rooms, a cultural hub housing exhibits of culture, historical and artistic significance.



Located on the Twillingate Islands in Notre Dame Bay, in the north of the island of Newfoundland, the quaint town of Twillingate is one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s oldest seaports. This laid-back town has retained much of its original charm and is known as a popular location for iceberg viewing and whale watching.

This seaside fishing village features magnificent coastline, peaceful country roads, a picturesque harbour, and scenic hiking trails offering sensational views of Iceberg Alley. Visit the Long Point Lighthouse, which overlooks the bay; browse Twillingate Museum, to learn about the local cultural heritage; or visit an art gallery in this growing artists' community.

Don’t miss a thrilling boat tour into the icy North Atlantic to take in the spectacular sights.


Bay Bulls

Situated on the island of Newfoundland, in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Bay Bulls is a small thriving fishing community. This scenic fishing village is renowned for its hospitality, making it popular with visitors.

Bay Bulls is ideally located close to Grand Banks, one of the richest fishing grounds in the world, which is home to an array of fish species including haddock, swordfish, and Atlantic cod. This area is also home to various bird life and sea mammals such as seals, dolphins, and whales.

Bay Bulls has become a popular destination for whale watching, iceberg viewing, bird watching and offers visitors world-class hiking trails, boat tours, and local dining.


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Flights from the UK to Gander Airport will involve changing, the approximate duration is 13 hours 40 minutes including the change of aircraft



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