Getting Here & AroundLearn More
Perhaps it’s time to consider the path less travelled. With so many memorable things to see and do here, finding your way to, and around Newfoundland and Labrador is as important as figuring out where you want to go. Our province is surprisingly much larger than most travellers realize.
Who knew that arriving here could be such a departure?
Package Tours & Cruise
If you prefer to travel with all the planning done for you, there are many package tours available to bring you to Newfoundland and Labrador. These operators are experts when it comes to arranging your vacation, and you can choose a fully guided adventure, motor coach, a self-driving trip or expedition cruise with a helping hand to rely on.
Getting Around Travel Within NL
With so many memorable places to see and things to do, finding the best way to travel around Newfoundland and Labrador is as important as figuring out where you want to go. Our province is much larger than most travellers realize, with lots of open country.
To give you a better idea of the province’s size, Newfoundland and Labrador is more than three times the total area of the Maritime Provinces (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island) and would rank fourth in size behind Alaska, Texas, and California if it were one of the United States. It's almost one-and-three-quarter times the size of Great Britain. Most of that open space is in Labrador, but even on the island, the nine-hour drive from the ferry at Port aux Basques to the capital city of St. John’s is longer than the drive from Toronto to New York or from Paris to Berlin.
While there may be times when you truly want to get lost in this land, you might need a hand finding your way back. Our interactive map will help you plan routes, determine distances, and highlight accommodations and attractions along your journey.
511 Traveller Information System
NL 511 is your source of up-to-date information on winter driving conditions, construction and major incidents, highway cameras, ferry status, and more. Travellers can access 511 by using the free smartphone app (Apple, Google Play), visiting the website NL511.ca, or dialing 5-1-1 to hear key information over the phone.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Newfoundlanders and Labradorians get to rediscover home this year, and we welcome our Maritime neighbours on July 3. Call or connect with operators / venues before you go, as details on the website may be modified by COVID-19. Future travellers from elsewhere, please keep dreaming and check back for travel updates.