A man and child are taking in the view of the mountains beside an inukshuk in Labrador.

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A man and child are taking in the view of the mountains beside an inukshuk in Labrador.

Special Offers and Package Tours

An aerial view of the historic houses in Salvage.


Starting At$5,980Per Person

Eco-Culture Experience

CapeRace Newfoundland Adventures Inc.

The key we give you to three restored coastal homes unlocks more than doors. It opens what National Geographic Traveler calls "one of the world’s most transformative travel experiences." Meet the local characters whose spirit and wit gives their neighbours endless glee. With our home-grown guide book written for the trip and a vehicle, find the places you want to see, get close to wildlife, and hike trails to pristine spots that transform the spirit. You make all the decisions.

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Travellers are painting on the dock at the harbour in New Perlican.


Starting At$375Per Person

Mindful Creativity-Plein Air Art Sessions

SeaGlass B&B and Studio Ltd

An exclusive weekend package for 2 nights accommodation with a host artist for a 4-hour Plein Air painting session! Our feature artist will guide you to creating your own masterpiece from the gorgeous setting of our harbour front decks or our brand new Mermaid Landing fishing stage. All materials are supplied and a light lunch will be served. Space is limited so book now. And you'll still have plenty of time to explore our beautiful harbour, relax on the spacious deck and even do some hiking!

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The Come from Away logo sits overtop a topographic map of Gander and area.

Starting At$329Per Couple

Experience “Come From Away” in Gander

Albatross Hotel

Come From Away, the award-winning musical comes home to Gander in an all-new production reimagined by acclaimed Newfoundland and Labradorian director Jillian Keiley. Experience the world-renowned show in the town that Inspired it! Performances run from June 28th-September 1st, 2024. Package Includes: 1 night’s accommodation Hot Breakfast 2 Tickets to “Come From Away” at the Smallwood Arts and Culture Centre.

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A local tour guide teaches travellers about the Indigenous communities in Gros Morne National Park.

Starting At$199Per Person

Discover Mekapisk: Through Their Eyes

Gros Morne Adventures

Enjoy a short walk on a game trail with your guide and explore the plants and animals that sustained early human life here. Check out the views from a headland, looking for the marine life that was so important to the First Peoples in this area. Try your hand at making fire using stone age tools, cooking bannock and roasting capelin over an open fire. Gather around the fire for tales of the triumphs and tragedies of our ancestors.

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A tour boat is cruising on the open waters near Woods Island.

Starting At$135Per Person

Woods Island Resettlement Tour

Everoutdoor Adventures

Woods Island is like no other place on earth. This remote island was cut off from the mainland, and for centuries, its residents lived in isolation. They fished from these shores and raised their families in the shelter of the magnificent Blow Me Down Mountains. Today, Woods Island is a place of mystery and intrigue. It’s home to stories of ghost ships and shipwrecks that will capture your imagination. Step back in time and experience a way of life that has long since disappeared.

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A freshly caught trout fish in Hare Bay being taken out of the water.

Starting At$75Per Person

Gone Troutin' - Trout Fishing Adventure

Hare Bay Adventures

Trout fishing is a staple of life in outport Newfoundland. Trouting is a time to connect both with nature and your friends/family. It is a time to share stories and relax. This is your chance to stand on the shore of a local brook or pond and fish for wild brook trout perhaps the most beautiful trout species in the world, each one a bejeweled wonder. Your knowledgeable guide will ensure that while the trout may get away your memories of this special experience will not. Duration: 2 hours

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Travel Itineraries


Colourful Places and Colourful People

14 Days

Where else would you find colourful places like Jerrys Nose, Joe Batt’s Arm, and Blow Me Down? Inhabited by equally colourful people, only too willing to tell you how the towns got their names. As you’ll see, sometimes the stories are even more colourful than the names themselves.

Labrador’s Expedition 51° - South

4 Days

Labrador's southeast coast is one of the longest-settled parts of the province, with early Indigenous presence dating back almost 9,000 years. In the 1500s the Basques hunted whales here, and they were followed by French and English fishermen curing cod. You can find the second-tallest lighthouse in Canada at Point Amour.


A mural paying homage to Inuit life at Frank’s General Store in Makkovik.

Public Art in Newfoundland and Labrador



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An inukshuk standing tall among the mountains in Labrador.

A Guide to Indigenous culture in Newfoundland & Labrador

Newfoundland & Labrador Indigenous Tourism Association


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Getting Here

A Marine Atlantic ferry is arriving at the shores of the island of Newfoundland.

Arrive By Ferry & Car

Planning on driving? Most auto travellers access the province by Marine Atlantic ferries from Nova Scotia to either Port aux Basques or Argentia. These modern vessels carry hundreds of thousands of vehicles and passengers to the island every year.

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A puffin is flying along the coastline.

Arrive By Air

Travelling here by plane is a popular option, with routes into St. John’s, Gander, Deer Lake, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and Wabush. With many airlines servicing Newfoundland and Labrador, find the flight that’s right for you.

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