Central Region

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Regional Highlights

Iceberg Viewing

Iceberg Viewing

With such an array of shapes, no wonder we can’t describe them in less than six terms: tabular, blocky, wedged, dome, pinnacle, dry dock.

Whale Watching

Whale Watching

Looking for rejuvenation? Refresh yourself with unforgettable whale watching experiences right here in Central.

Hiking Trails

Hiking Trails

Stepping back and enjoying nature is easy in a place with abundant trails – Lighthouse Trail, Twillingate.

Inspiration Overload

The Central Experience

Check out inspiring blogs from writers who’ve explored everything Central Newfoundland has to offer.

About the Central Region

Right in the heart of Newfoundland, the central region contains some of the best outdoor experiences to be found in the province. It's where you can visit Iceberg Alley – the stretch of coastline along which towers of ancient ice majestically float down from Greenland – and where whales gather in large numbers to feed, play and people-watch.

The central region also boasts 55 marked trails and, as you explore, you'll see clapboard houses sitting atop rocky coasts, and wharves and boats testifying to the continuing importance of the centuries-old fishing industry. Most of the people living here descended from West Country fishermen who settled the shores more than two centuries ago. The region also has a rich aboriginal history that dates back as far as 5,000 years and includes the Beothuks as well as the Dorset people who carved soapstone pots at Newfoundland's first quarry.

Central is a perfect place to take a boat trip, or to do both sea and river kayaking. It's also worth visiting Terra Nova National Park while you're here – 400 square kilometres of boreal forest and coastline, ideal for whale watching, birdwatching, hiking, golfing and camping.

No words can truly capture the experience of coming face-to-face with a giant of the ocean. Here, we're visited annually by 26 species of whales and 6 different types of icebergs. There's a certain sense of awe that accompanies these encounters, and you begin to appreciate why no trip to Newfoundland is complete without visiting this region known as Adventure Central – just minutes from Gander, and a short drive from St. John's and Deer Lake.

Starting at $4450 USD
We offer world-class, fly-in, fair-chase, no-nonsense hunts from modern facilities situated in Newfoundland’s pristine interior. Catering to rifle, bow and black powder hunters since the early 1990’s, trophy animals are taken on an annual basis. Contact Dean for more information.
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Sou'wester Outfitting

Starting at $4250 USD
Located in remote north-central Newfoundland, we access thousands of acres of raw remote wilderness, teeming with moose and bear. Some of the areas to be hunted this year has seen little or no hunting over the past four years and has numerous mature bulls. Our services include a 1 on 1 guide, prepared meals, lodging and comfortable quarters at the spike camp as well as the main lodge.

At A1Hunts, your success is not our job, it’s our passion!!

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Twin Lakes Outfitters Inc.

Starting at $4825 USD
High success rate hunts with rifle, bow, and muzzle-loader at both ground access and air access hunting lodges. Fully guided hunts will be tailored to hunters who prefer minimum walking. Package includes local land and/or air transportation; meals and accommodation at hunting lodge; guide services. License fees at $420.00 CDN, plus taxes extra. Combination hunts including woodland caribou, black bear, and coyote are possible. Contact Wayne for details and assistance with hunt planning.

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Pine Ridge Lodge

Starting at $2145 Per Person
An escorted vacation of Newfoundland and Labrador led by a local guide. Visit the coast of Labrador, the Viking Villages in L'Anse aux Meadows, Gros Morne National Park and St. John's. View icebergs, whales, spectacular coastline and quaint fishing villages along our north and eastern coasts. Your local host will help you understand the history, ecology, culture, language and songs of this unique part of the world.
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McCarthy's Party Tours

Starting at $4200 USD
For a true wilderness experience, look no further, 6 to10 Day Moose Hunts. Family owned/operated. Remote interior location in Central Newfoundland, we catered to bow, black powder, and rifle hunters for more than 20 years. Professional local guides. Guide Ratio 1:1 or 2:1. Gander airport pickup and return. All home cooked meals / lunches. Owner on site 24/7. Contact Dave for more information.
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Victoria Lodge

Starting at $5250 USD
Want to take a record-breaking trophy moose? With nearly 100% success rates, you’re bound to harvest moose with spreads up to 59 inches. Our adventures are for the true outdoor sportsman or sportswoman. Contact Bob for more information.
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Efford's Hunting Adventures

Starting at $4850 USD
Enjoy the quality hunting experience of a lifetime! Our experienced guides offer a 95% hunter success rate, and our fly-in modern lodge is situated in the most remote, untouched wilderness on the island. Contact Gord or Aus for more information.
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Grey Lake East Outfitters Ltd.

Starting at $6995 USD
Live your dream on this remote, air accessible hunt in central Newfoundland. Fully equipped hunting lodge staffed with knowledgeable and enthusiastic guides plus professional chef. Package includes local air/ground transportation; hearty meals, and accommodations; 1 on 1 guide services; game recovery and care. License fee at $510.00 CDN, plus taxes extra. Combination hunts with moose and/or black bear available. Contact Wayne for information, reservations; and assistance with hunt planning.
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Pine Ridge Lodge

Starting at $4350.00 USD
For over 16 years, we’ve been providing an ultimate big game experience with all fully experienced guides whom each has years in the business. Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of our fully-equipped, modern lodge and our scenic lakeside location. Contact Craig for more information.
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Quiet Haven Lodge


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  • 2 Days
    This two-day itinerary of the Coast of Bays includes the Bay d’Espoir area and the Connaigre Peninsula on the southern coast of the island of Newfoundland.
  • 7 Days
    This seven-day tour along the Kittiwake Coast includes islands, beaches, a national park, and a rich history, spanning thousands of years.
  • 4 Days
    Four days of hiking in three different areas of central Newfoundland, complemented by cultural attractions, and a boat tour to an ancient aboriginal site.
  • 3 Days
    For this tour, you’ll spend three days on beautiful and unique Change and Fogo Islands exploring traditional outport life and the rugged coastal landscape of an area with a remarkable blend of both old and contemporary culture.
  • 7 Days
    Right in the heart of Newfoundland, the central region contains some of the best outdoor experiences in the province. It's where you can visit Iceberg Alley and where whales gather in large numbers to feed, play and people-watch. Central is a perfect place to take a boat trip, or to do both sea and river kayaking. And a visit to culturally rich Fogo Island is a must.
  • Central
    355 km
    To reach this stunning stretch of coastline take Route 360 South from Bishop's Falls to Bay d'Espoir, which means "bay of hope" in French — although, ironically, it's pronounced "bay despair." The Coast of Bays trail, however, is just as it sounds, an area scattered with beautiful bays as well as spectacular fjords.
  • Central
    397 km
    The Dorset Trail is a land of complex geology and associated mineral deposits that underlie steep, thickly wooded hills. This highway is named for the Dorset Eskimos who lived — and quarried — here 1,500 years ago. Even earlier, the Maritime Archaic Indians inhabited the area and may have exploited its minerals. But both the aboriginals and early European settlers came originally for fish, game and timber.
  • Central
    534 km
    The Exploits Valley scenic touring route follows, in part, the traditional Beothuk seasonal route between the interior and the coast, and includes major Beothuk attractions. This area is filled with lakes and rivers, making it ideal for nature enthusiasts.
  • 73 km
    The Beothuk Trail is so named because this was an area of Newfoundland once occupied by the now extinct aboriginal people. The area has several trails, including the eight-kilometre Alexander Murray Hiking Trail in King's Point, named for a 19th-century geologist. It climbs more than 300 metres and provides an unsurpassed view of Green Bay.
  • 67 km + Boat
    This tour begins on Route 335, which takes you to Farewell where you can catch a ferry to Change Islands, with a sailing time of 25 minutes, and Fogo Island, which is 50 minutes away. Rich in history, culture and creativity, this part of the province has become a particularly popular place for artists of all disciplines to visit. Remember, when travelling by coastal boat or ferry it's always a good idea to plan everything in advance. Schedules can vary.
  • 43 km
    This tour, which incorporates beautiful Terra Nova National Park, will take you to sheltered coves, sandy beaches and some of the best locations for water sports in the province. Here you will find rivers to canoe, ponds to fish, inlets to sail, and clean, clear lakes to swim.
  • 172 km
    This tour takes you into the scenic reaches and islands of Notre Dame Bay. The Visitor Information Centre at Notre Dame Junction, near the intersection of Route 1 and Route 340, is a good place to start. Here you can obtain information on the ferries to Fogo Island and Change Islands, and find out where the icebergs are.
  • 226 km
    This tour takes you to the historic coastal communities of Gander Bay and Northern Bonavista Bay. On the way, you will travel through a wilderness of tall trees, blue lakes and crystal-clear streams. Between the communities, you'll find white sandy beaches that stretch on forever and grassy fields perfect for picnics.