Experience Newfoundland hospitality all around the island
Newfoundland is famous for fishing music, poetry, storytelling, folk art—and amazingly welcoming people. At every stop along the way, local people share their own special relationship with their island home.
Travel with experienced Newfoundland staff who delight in telling their stories
Enjoy authentic Newfoundland music and arts daily
Learn the history of the salt cod fishery that dominated Newfoundland for five centuries
Enjoy a warm Mi’kmaw welcome in Miawpukek First Nation
Hike the spectacular Tablelands at Gros Morne National Park
Geology rules at Gros Morne, where the Earth’s mantle actually protrudes through the crust to form the unique mountainous formations of the Tablelands.
Learn the unique natural history of Gros Morne from experienced naturalists
Marvel at the extraordinary views of beautiful Bonne Bay
See the desert-like landscape dominated by peridotite, where few things can grow
Get a taste of Europe on the French island of Saint-Pierre
For many people, the island of Saint-Pierre is a bucket-list item. Just off the coast of Newfoundland, Saint-Pierre and Miquelon remains a French overseas territory.
The last of France’s colonial presence in North America, Saint-Pierre offers wonderful shopping, fine wine and cheeses, quirky cafes, and fine dining.
Visit the restored Viking habitation at L’Anse aux Meadows
The only authenticated Norse archeological site in all of North America, L’Anse aux Meadows, at the northern tip of Newfoundland is a must-see.
Here the Viking settlement, first discovered in the 1960s has been reconstructed. A fabulous interpretation centre and wonderful guides in period costume bring Viking history to life.
Experience our Taste of Place program
Savour local dishes and meet the fishers and growers who make it happen through Adventure Canada’s signature Taste of Place culinary program.