Air Canada has recently announced the opening of a new Maple Leaf Lounge inside of St. John’s International Airport (YYT). This lounge is the finishing touch on the first phase, which focused on the departures area, of the Expansion YYT project that began in 2014.Read More
Not only are our smartphones pretty much essential to everyday life now, but they're extremely handy for traveling as well! The ability to check a map, search for restaurants, attractions, and other points of interest while visit a new place is extremely useful.
Since you'll likely be visiting some rural areas while on your visit to Newfoundland, you may be wondering what access to cellular coverage and WiFi is like. This may also be useful if you're hoping to keep in touch with business acti...Read More
When visiting Newfoundland, you won’t want to miss out on the chance to become an honorary Newfoundlander! Here’s how it works. Be prepared to kiss a cod fish!Read More
Canada is a country that offers exceptional beauty and nature full of excitement, especially for travel enthusiasts. It has numerous exceptional landscapes and a suitable ground that readily awaits for campers and nature lovers. For that reason, camping becomes more popular every year in Canada and people from all over the country, as well as the world, yearn to visit some of the most beautiful camping sites and national parks.
But why is camping so popular? To begin with, it enables you to w...Read More
Gros Morne National Park
Gros Morne National park is located in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador on the great northern Peninsula. In Atlantic Canada, it is considered as the second largest national park. The name of the park has been taken from Newfoundland’s second highest mountain which is located within the park. The French meaning of the name is “large mountain standing alone” while the literal meaning is “great sombre”. Gros Morne National park because of its beauty, ex...Read More