About the Province

This is a big place – think California-size – with lots to discover and experience. And it’s an old place: There were people living here long before the pyramids were built, and it was the first place in North America to welcome Europeans over 1,000 years ago. Ours is a seafaring culture that mixes tradition with today, a refreshing and often surprising blend that travellers find exotic yet familiar. People here are rooted and enjoy welcoming newcomers.

The coast is famously rugged, and the ocean that helped carve it offers wonders like whales and icebergs, and adventures like diving to shipwrecks and sea kayaking in fjords. Trails take wanderers to mist-ringed sea stacks and hidden beaches, to chance encounters with little foxes and big moose, and birding hotspots offer birds-eye views that quickly become fixed in memory.

 

Great Finds

Great Finds

Visit unforgettable locations that will stay with you long after you leave

Travel Directory

Unique Selling Points

From icebergs, whales and seabirds, to angling Atlantic salmon and trophy brook trout, to a vibrant arts scene, there are many things about Newfoundland and Labrador you can find nowhere else on Earth.

Geographic Regions

Geographic Regions

From east to west, north to south – you've got a lot of diverse land to cover.

Natural Wonders

Culture & Heritage

Our culture is born from a rich history and the creative inspiration of an extraordinary natural environment.

Land on the Edge

Land on the Edge

With 29,000 km of coastline and 7,000 tiny islands, you'll never run out of places to explore.

Weather

Weather

Weather is always a conversational icebreaker here, whether it’s a clever day or mausy. And there’s no such thing as “weather permitting.” We do it.