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So much of Newfoundland and Labrador is untouched and unspoiled, just waiting for you to experience it.
Why not kayak along our 29,000 kilometres of pristine coastline, or take a raft down the mighty Exploits River? You might even cast a line and try your luck with an abundance of trophy fish.
For more off-the-beaten-path adventures, suspend yourself high over a gorge in Steady Brook, or get a birds-eye view of the coastline in Petty Harbour. Get yourself a bike, and journey out on roads and trails, or take it off-road with some mountain biking.
During the winter months, hop on a snowmobile and ride into the backcountry or along 5,000 kilometres of pristine, groomed trails. And with 16 feet of annual snowfall, there’s always an opportunity to hit the slopes on skis or a snowboard.
With so much to see and do, and a variety of provincial and national parks, there’s an outdoor activity to suit everyone.
Immerse yourself in this culture of wonderful tales, adventures, and explorers. Experiencing our local cuisine, festivals, museums, and art galleries will give an even greater understanding of our colourful and off-kilter culture.
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2 Days Free OfferGeocaching Gros MorneGros Morne National Park - Parks Canada
2 Days Starting at $350 Per PersonOutdoor ATV Adventures in Southwestern NewfoundlandPirates Haven ATV Friendly RV Park, Chalets, & Adventures
Starting at $50 Per PersonLavers Leisurely Walk and Lassy BunsLavers Leisurely Walk and Lassy Buns
Starting at $269 Per CoupleTwillingate - Where Friends MeetAnchor Inn Hotel
2 Days Starting at $280 Per PackageWeekend GetawayOcean Breeze B&B
Starting at $199 Per PersonGros Morne – Rocky Harbour to Cow Head RollCycle Solutions
3 Days Starting at $169 Per NightGros Morne Family Wellness RetreatBurnt Hill Cottages
8 Days Starting at $3,452 Per PersonCapeRace Culinary & Fisher's Loft InnCapeRace Private Travel
Starting at $225 Per PackageLabrador Fish & FreedomPort Hope Simpson
COVID-19 UPDATE: Newfoundlanders and Labradorians get to rediscover home this year, and we welcomed 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.