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Our Travel Media Program plays an integral role in maximizing consumer and trade awareness of Newfoundland and Labrador through unpaid media coverage in key markets and outlets. Travel media influencers include freelance journalists, travel editors, broadcasters, producers, travel trade media, and bloggers. Travel influencers are encouraged to connect with us before planning a trip to Newfoundland and Labrador.
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Top 10 Reasons to Visit
Four UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Visit Gros Morne National Park, a natural wonder 20 times older than the Rockies. L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, the only authenticated Viking settlement in North America. Red Bay National Historic Site, the remnants of a 16th-century Basque whaling station. Mistaken Point Ecological Reserve, the oldest complex life forms on Earth, 565 million years old.
With more than 29,000 kilometres (18,000 miles) of majestic rugged coastline, you’re never far from the ocean. See houses of yellow and blue, lime, aqua, and green that cling to the shore in villages, outports, coves, guts, and bays; as proud to show their true colours as the people you’ll meet at every turn.
Breathe in plenty of fresh sea air along Iceberg Alley, where 10,000-year-old mountains of fresh water, carved from the glaciers of Greenland and the Arctic, glide past in spring and early summer.
World’s Largest Population of Humpback Whales
Icebergs drift south. Humpbacks migrate north. This is the place where their paths cross and is home to the world’s largest population of feeding humpback whales. Every year, 22 species of whales and dolphins come for peace and quiet, and the odd photo op.
The most spectacular and accessible seabird colonies in North America. More than 35 million seabirds gather here every year. Northern gannets, kittiwakes, murres, Atlantic puffins, osprey, falcons, hawks, storm petrels, razorbills, and bald eagles at six ecological reserves, including the magnificent Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve.