Welcome to Canada’s Easternmost Province

From its geography to its music, from its people to its language, there is very little about this island that can be called ordinary. Come explore those things, great and small, that make a visit to ‘the Rock’ an extraordinary adventure.

 

7 Unusual Reasons to Visit Newfoundland
Newfoundland is a huge rock in the North Atlantic Ocean off the east coast of Canada. It’s so unlike the rest of the country, however, it may as well be the moon. Here are seven

 

Welcome to St. John's

6 Things that Set the City of St. John’s Apart

It's the uncommon things that make a place memorable, and St. Johns, Newfoundland, has enough of the uncommon about it to make a visit to the city truly unforgettable. 

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Jellybean Row: The Color of St. John’s

St. John's, Newfoundland, is known for the vibrantly colored row houses that help give the city its distinctive character, and the reality measures up to the hype; Jellybean Row really is a must-see visual phenomenon.

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Arches Provincial Park

Exploring the Viking Trail, Part Two: Parson’s Pond to Eddie’s Cove East

Time has a way of passing gently on the Great Northern Peninsula, inviting the luxury of ambling along your way. Whales, icebergs and timeless fishing villages capture the imagination, as both ancient history and breath-catching beauty unfold around you in astonishing 3D.

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A Trip Down Port au Choix Lane

The Port aux Choix Peninsula juts into the Gulf of St. Lawrence from the Great Northern Peninsula on Newfoundland's northwest coast. It's an area steeped in ancient human history, and though the route is short, a trip down Port aux Choix Lane is long on unique sights and memorable experiences.

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50 Centuries' interpretation Centre

5000 Years of Man: A Photo Tour of 50 Centuries’ Interpretation Center in Bird Cove

Man has inhabited this rock for the past 5000 years, and some of the most significant archaeological finds attesting to this habitation have been unearthed in the small community of Bird Cove, on Newfoundland's Great Northern Peninsula.

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Statue of Sir Wilfred Thomason Grenfell

Encountering the Grenfell Experience in St. Anthony, NL

One of the first things you'll notice upon your arrival in St. Anthony is the ubiquitous presence of the name Grenfell. At every turn, buildings, businesses and streets bear the moniker. But just who was this Grenfell fellow, and why is it that his name adorns everything from hotels to grocery stores to parks and even trails?
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Encounter Things Ancient and Wild

 

 

 

Delight in the Uncommon

 

 

 

 

Explore a Rich and Colorful Past

 

5000 Years of Man: A Photo Tour of 50 Centuries’ Interpretation Center in Bird Cove

5000 Years of Man: A Photo Tour of 50 Centuries’ Interpretation Center in Bird Cove

Man has inhabited this rock for the past 5000 years, and some of the most significant archaeological finds attesting to this habitation have been unearthed in the small community of Bird Cove, on Newfoundland's Great Northern Peninsula.

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Encountering the Grenfell Experience in St. Anthony, NL

Encountering the Grenfell Experience in St. Anthony, NL

One of the first things you'll notice upon your arrival in St. Anthony is the ubiquitous presence of the name Grenfell. At every turn, buildings, businesses and streets bear the moniker. But just who was this Grenfell fellow, and why is it that his name adorns everything from hotels to grocery stores to parks and even trails?
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A Photographic Tour of Grenfell Historic Properties in St. Anthony

A Photographic Tour of Grenfell Historic Properties in St. Anthony

If you're visiting the Town of St. Anthony on Newfoundland's Great Northern Peninsula, the Grenfell Historic Properties is one attraction you don't want to miss. The history of the region is preserved here, and a visit to the properties will take you to a place and time that will leave you shaking your head in amazement.

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Experience Timeless Traditions

 

 

 

 

Wander Breathtaking Scenery

 

Exploring the Viking Trail, Part Two: Parson’s Pond to Eddie’s Cove East

Exploring the Viking Trail, Part Two: Parson’s Pond to Eddie’s Cove East

Time has a way of passing gently on the Great Northern Peninsula, inviting the luxury of ambling along your way. Whales, icebergs and timeless fishing villages capture the imagination, as both ancient history and breath-catching beauty unfold around you in astonishing 3D.

Read More
A Trip Down Port au Choix Lane

A Trip Down Port au Choix Lane

The Port aux Choix Peninsula juts into the Gulf of St. Lawrence from the Great Northern Peninsula on Newfoundland's northwest coast. It's an area steeped in ancient human history, and though the route is short, a trip down Port aux Choix Lane is long on unique sights and memorable experiences.

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Exploring the Viking Trail, Part One: Deer Lake to Gros Morne National Park

Exploring the Viking Trail, Part One: Deer Lake to Gros Morne National Park

The Viking Trail is named for its end point, the spot where Vikings once settled on the island. It snakes its way between mountains and ocean to the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula, and the people and places along the route will leave you in awe of their beauty.

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