Newfoundland Tourism Information

Welcome to Newfoundland Times, where you’ll find everything you need to know about visiting and staying in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

Newfoundland is well known for its breathtaking scenery and outdoor activities. Terra Nova and Gros Morne are two extremely beautiful national parks enjoyed by tourists and locals alike. The residents are some of the friendliest people in the world. The capital, St. John’s, has a historic downtown area that is great for both shopping and drinking local beer. St. John’s is also the home of Signal Hill, a national historic site, which includes Cabot Tower, and is surrounded by fabulous walking trails.

There are many different types of accommodations throughout the province, including hotels, bed-and-breakfasts, and camping. Hotels range from luxurious to basic. Therefore, Newfoundland can be enjoyable on any budget.

The province has two international airports: one in St. John’s and one in Gander. Because the province is somewhat secluded, there aren’t too many direct flights to YYT St. John’s, Newfoundland. Most will at least involve a layover in Halifax or Toronto. The province has no real public transit outside of the St. John’s area, therefore, it is recommended to book a rental car prior to arrival unless you have booked a charter or tour. If you would like to drive to the island, you can take the Marine Atlantic ferry. Planning a Newfoundland road trip is a great way to explore.

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