Top Destinations

Everybody loves a great find. Imagine a restored Viking settlement over 1,000 years old, perched near the crashing waves of the North Atlantic. Or a lovely fishing village full of wharves and boats overlooking Iceberg Alley. A rocky cliff nested by thousands of seabirds, creating a mass of movement and sound. And a city where historic and modern culture intricately meld. These are just a few of our top destinations, waiting to be discovered... by you.

Battle Harbour

Battle Harbour

Labrador

Once the bustling salt fish capital of Labrador, Battle Harbour is a perfectly preserved journey back in time.

Bonavista

Bonavista

Eastern

The historic site of John Cabot’s first landing, Bonavista is a quaint town with ruggedly beautiful coastline scenery.

Brigus

Brigus

Avalon

Brigus is a picture-perfect, quaint, historic town with stunning coastal views and the legacy of a famous sea captain.

Cape St. Mary's

Cape St. Mary’s

Avalon

The most accessible seabird rookery in North America and with its combination of wildlife and natural beauty, a simply stunning, visual wonder.

Codroy Valley

Codroy Valley

Western

Western Newfoundland's beautiful green valley is a haven for birders, nature lovers, adventurers, historians and travellers alike.

Cupids

Cupids

Avalon

Built on 400 years of history, Cupids, in Newfoundland and Labrador, is the oldest English colony in Canada and the second oldest English colony in North America.

Ferryland

Ferryland

Avalon

Lord Baltimore’s Colony of Avalon was founded in 1621 and has become a historical and archaeological treasure with a rich Irish culture.

Change & Fogo Island

Fogo & Change Islands

Central

Some of the most beautiful and culturally rich communities found off Newfoundland’s vast coastline.

George Street

George Street

Avalon

Voted Canada’s best entertainment district, this famous downtown strip has the most pubs and bars per capita of any street in North America.

Gros Morne

Gros Morne National Park

Western

It took Mother Nature 485,000,000 years to mould this UNESCO World Heritage Site into the geological and visual wonder we know today.

Humber Valley

Humber Valley

Western

Sheer, sweeping beauty, spanning 70 lush kilometres along the banks of the Humber River from Deer Lake to the Bay of Islands.

L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site

L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site

Western

500 years before John Cabot or Christopher Columbus stepped foot in the New World, the Vikings built the first European settlement of North America right here.

Marble Mountain Ski Resort

Marble Mountain Ski Resort

Western

Near the bustling city of Corner Brook, Marble Mountain boasts some of the best skiing on Canada’s East Coast, with 16 feet of thick natural snow coating slopes towering 1,700 feet.

Red Bay National Historic Site

Red Bay National Historic Site

Labrador

An abundance of right and bowhead whales attracted whalers from the Basque country to this National Historic Site during the 16th century.

St. John's

St. John’s

Avalon

The province’s capital is the oldest and most easterly city in North America, rich in history and culture, with winding, colourful streets full of shops, pubs, galleries and restaurants.

Terra Nova National Park

Terra Nova National Park

Central

Encompassing 400 square kilometres of outstanding natural beauty, Terra Nova National Park is where the boreal forest meets the scenic shores of the North Atlantic.

Trinity

Trinity

Eastern

Step back in time in this culturally rich oceanside town containing beautifully restored fishing rooms and saltbox houses surrounded by a lovely natural environment.

Twillingate

Twillingate

Central

A beautiful outport town boasting unrivalled iceberg and whale sightings, Twillingate is one of the most picturesque communities in Newfoundland and Labrador.

White Hills Ski Resort

White Hills Ski Resort

Eastern

Located just a two-hour drive from St. John’s, with 55 acres of ski and snowboarding terrain, White Hills is the place to visit for all winter pursuits in eastern Newfoundland.