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Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador

The most easterly point of North America, this is where the sun rises and the colours are more vibrant. With its dramatic natural beauty, serene seaside villages, miles of untouched coastline and giant icebergs that make an annual appearance, it won’t take long to see why Newfoundland and Labrador lures visitors time and time again.

There are three distinct Indigenous groups in Newfoundland and Labrador — the Inuit, Innu, and the Mi'Kmaq. From listening to stories that offer a glimpse into its history, to participating in traditional crafts workshops, to learning fishing techniques passed down through generations, there are no shortage of ways to connect with local cultures in Canada’s easternmost province.

St. John's

A row of colourful houses on the bay in St. John's

As Canada’s most easterly city, St. John’s rainbow-hued row houses and weathered fishing piers rise up and line the rugged slopes and rocky shores of the mercurial Atlantic Ocean.


Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in Newfoundland, there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore.

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Atlantic Maritimes & Viking Trail  External Link Title

From CAD 7,144 per person (double occupancy)

18 days / 17 nights

 Learn about ancient peoples-the Maritime Archaic and Dorset Indians at Port au Choix, the Vikings in L’Anse aux Meadows, and the Basque Whalers in Red Bay - as you meet the hospitable and friendly people of today.  See the beauty of Gros Morne National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and coastal fishing communities.  Take a boat tour in St. Anthony (weather permitting) where you may see whales and, depending on the time of year, icebergs!

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Newfoundland - Tours In Canada  External Link Title

From CAD 4,995 per person (double occupancy)

10 days / 9 nights

The Rock proudly shows off its rugged geography, dramatic history, distinct culture, and world-famous hospitality – half an hour ahead of Atlantic Standard Time! The Titanic sank off Newfoundland’s wild and foggy coast and the telegraph announced its tragic fate from Cape Race. Watch huge chunks of ice (that break off Greenland glaciers) drift by in “Iceberg Alley.” In the wee fishing villages, strain to decipher the local dialect and breathe in the salty ocean air of remarkable Newfoundland.

Colorful houses along the waterfront

Travel out to the edge of North America on an independent self-drive itinerary to see a different side of Canada. Visit Canada's most easterly point from the colourful city of St Jonh’s. Enjoy small town charm, diverse culture, and stunning scenery including icebergs!