Welcome to Canada’s Easternmost Province
From its geography to its music, from its food to its language, there is very little about this island that can be called ordinary. Come explore the many uncommon things, great and small, that make visiting Newfoundland an extraordinary adventure.
|Newfoundland is an impressively large rock in the North Atlantic Ocean off Canada's east coast. It’s so unlike the rest of the country, however, it may as well be the moon.
Here are seven unusual reasons to check out the island.
Take a trip back into Newfoundland's far distant past and learn about the very first peoples to discover the bounty of this beautiful island.
Every year, an ages-old tradition of disguise and revelry comes to life in St. John's, adding even more color and character to a city already renown for both.
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.
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.
Encounter Things Ancient and Wild
Delight in the Uncommon
Explore a Rich and Colorful Past
Experience Timeless Traditions
Wander Breathtaking Scenery