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Newfoundland

Canada’s newest province and the most easterly point in North America has something for every visitor, whether you’re into icebergs, whales, colourful buildings, or colourful people.

Places Visited: St. John’s

When to Visit Newfoundland

When Is The Best Time to Visit Newfoundland?

Whenever I meet someone who has never been to my fair province, first I encourage them to come see us and second, I tell them that I think there’s one time of year that’s better than others to visit Newfoundland for the first time. And that time, my friends, is upon us right now. While there are cool things to do here at any time of the year my own favourite is from early-July to mid-August, when it feels like the province is full of colour and the people most lively. The temperatures finally warm up and we all come out of hibernation. The streets are full of people, the whales come out to play, and every weekend there’s a festival on the go somewhere.

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The Ultimate Two Week Newfoundland Road Trip

If you’ve got a Canada bucket list, I bet road tripping through Newfoundland is on it. If not, what are you doing? If chasing icebergs, making friends with whales and puffins, hiking inland fjords, and eating the freshest seafood, spotting sea stacks and stunning coastal landscapes, and partying on the street with the most pubs per mile in Canada is your kind of vacation, then you need to road trip through Canada’s easternmost province.

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Guide to Twillingate

Newfoundland Road Trips: Guide to Twillingate

If you only have limited time in Newfoundland but still want to experience as much as you can, then head to Twillingate. The communities spread out over the New World Islands are like Newfoundland condensed. They have breathtaking coastal landscapes, icebergs, whales, fishing, theatre, hiking, good food, and even a new craft brewery. Really, what more could you want?

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Fogo Island Inn

Newfoundland Road Trips: Guide to Fogo Island

Fogo Island is a captivating destination off the northeastern coast of Newfoundland, Canada. This island is home to a unique and thriving culture that is deeply rooted in its natural surroundings and history. Fogo Island offers visitors a wide range of activities and attractions, from hiking and whale watching to fine dining and luxury accommodations. The island’s rugged coastline, rocky beaches, and dramatic landscapes provide a stunning backdrop for exploring the island’s many trails and outdoor adventures.

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Western Brook Pond

Newfoundland Road Trips: Guide to Gros Morne

The Gros Morne area is a stunning destination that offers something for every type of traveler. Whether you’re interested in hiking, wildlife watching, fishing, or simply relaxing and enjoying the natural beauty of the area, you’ll find plenty to do and see. From the breathtaking Western Brook Pond boat tour to the charming local shops and restaurants, the Gros Morne area is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Newfoundland.

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101 Things to Do in Newfoundland

101 Things to Do in Newfoundland

How friggin’ cool is Newfoundland? So cool in fact, that narrowing down this list to just 101 things to do in Newfoundland was a tall order. For a somewhat isolated island hove off into the North Atlantic we have no shortage of things to keep you busy on your trip. These picks are my favourite things to do on the island.

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Newfoundland’s Best Glamping Destinations

Want to get into nature on your next vacation but don’t want to haul gear or sleep on the ground? Love waking up to the sounds of birds chirping but also hate not being able to charge your phone? Then glamping, my friend, is what you need. Glamping is right up my alley as someone who loves her creature comforts and so I wanted to help you plan an amazing glamping vacation in my backyard of Newfoundland.

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