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Meet Our Team
Please contact one of our travel trade team members to receive more information about the many services and resources Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism has for the travel trade.
Touring & Cruise Market
Cathy Anderson+1 (709) 729-5633
Manager, Travel Trade / Travel Media
Denise Seach+1 (709) 729-4155
Leisure and Outdoor Marketing Specialist
Rodney Walsh+1 (709) 729-5228
International Market Development
Travel Trade and Travel Media
Candice Walsh+1 (709) 730-0183
Photos & Videos
We maintain an image and video library containing professional-quality images, videos, and film footage. These photos and videos are searchable and downloadable from our online digital asset management site. Most are royalty free, but you are required to provide credit according to individual image requirements.
For more information, contact: Andrew Weir, Advertising Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org, +1 (709) 729-5260.
Travel Trade Promotional MaterialNewfoundland and Labrador Tourism provides promotional material for travel trade sales training, itinerary planning, and destination marketing. The following promotional materials are available upon request: Traveller’s Guides, Traveller’s Maps, posters, bookmarks, postcards, tour shells, lap maps, and unique selling points profiles.
- Traveller’s Guide PDF
- Lure Brochure PDF
- Unique Selling Points PDF (English) Arguments de vente unique PDF (Français)
- Lap Map PDF
There are many tour operators bringing clients to Newfoundland and Labrador. Click the links below for a list of the tour operators and a sample of the packages they offer.
Receptive Tour Operators
Receptive operators can help you plan an unforgettable experience for your clients. As locals, you can bet that they know every nook and cranny, off the beaten path, and awe-inspiring natural places throughout this compelling land of ours. They can find those hidden gems and once-in-a-lifetime experiences too, with customized itineraries for groups, fully independent travellers, and so much more.
We’ve created an Itinerary Planner that will allow you to plan the perfect trip and customize your days to focus on the experiences you’re looking for. With every visit, you’ll discover there is so much more to see and do here.
Top Reasons to Visit
Our Five UNESCO Cultural Sites and Natural Wonders
The educational, scientific, and cultural arm of the United Nations, UNESCO, has identified sites all over the world that are of outstanding natural and cultural significance. Newfoundland and Labrador is home to four World Heritage Sites and one Geopark, and no visit to the province would be complete without making it to at least one of them – and maybe you can collect the set.
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.
In addition to being a great spot for hiking and kayaking, we’re one of the few places in the world to receive simultaneous visits from whales, seabirds, and icebergs. As the whales and birds migrate north and the icebergs sail south, there’s a chance to experience all three of these wonderful sights in one trip. Like so much in nature, there are many factors that vary from year to year, but with luck you’ll witness this exciting spectacle.
Whale Watching: June – August
Birdwatching: May – October
Iceberg Viewing: April – August
Walking & Hiking: May – October
Kayaking: May – October