Newfoundland and Labrador are two of the best places to witness nature in Canada. The Province is home of massive boreal forests, fascinating geological formations and breathtaking coastlines. The perfect scenery to see marine life, caribou, moose, and seabirds such as the cutest Atlantic Puffin.
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Newfoundland is our nation’s youngest province with one of the richest histories and most unique cultures. Join us as we explore the Rock in the best way possible, by sea. Our gracious vessel, the Ocean Endeavor, will take us around the island stopping in interesting and exciting ports, and even making a quick stop in France along the way... READ MORE
St. John's, the oldest city in North America welcomes you to the truly unique lands of Canada's youngest province. With incredible natural scenery and one of the most unique cultures in Canada, you will return from this journey forever changed after your initiation as an honourary Newfoundlander. READ MORE
Magnificent scenery, historical landmarks, quaint villages and friendly people — this tour has it all! There are a host of exciting places to visit and enjoy, from the historic sites of St. John's and the rugged grandeur of Gros Morne National Park. READ MORE
This is a lifetime journey for a chance to witness all the splendours on Greenland & Wild Labrador. Join us as we experience the west Greenland coast, where the Arctic is sublime. Be amazed by the views of the Torngat Mountains and the legendary Kangerlussuatsiaq Fjord. Our gracious vessel, the Ocean Endeavor, will take us ... READ MORE
“The unique culture of Newfoundland and Labrador is a product of our English, Irish, French, and Indigenous heritage. This province’s history is rich with stories and legends, explorers, and inventors. For thousands of years, Indigenous groups such as the Maritime Archaic Indians and the Palaeo-Eskimo...” READ MORE
“I want to introduce you to Newfoundland & Labrador, where people, place and food culture run strong and deep. A place where we are looking ahead at the wild foods from the land and sea…” READ MORE
“Around here, we have a way with words. We have colourful expressions and place names that you simply won’t find any place else. You’ll also find hundreds of unique dialects, more than anywhere else in the world. No wonder we have our very own dictionary”. WATCH NOW
“Newfoundland and Labrador is a deeply colourful place, slightly off-kilter with the rest of the world. Around here, there is no beige. Instead, you’ll find a kaleidoscope of shades and tones, born out of the landscape, the houses, and even in the words we speak”. WATCH NOW
Wildlife Conservation and More
“CPAWS is a national non-profit charitable conservation group working to protect Canada’s wild ecosystems in parks, ecological and wilderness reserves. Its 100+ members and volunteers promote the systematic establishment of new terrestrial and marine protected areas...” READ MORE
From Our Archives
“Everyone arrived in Deer Lake by early afternoon…great planning! We toured around Corner Brook (Cook’s Lookout) and enjoyed some delicious local berry tarts…a wonderful start! As always, Newfoundland is my lifelong passion so I was anxious to begin showing off the best of Canada’s East...” READ MORE
“During the First World War, Newfoundland was Britain’s oldest colony and not yet part of Canada. Thousands of Newfoundland’s finest men served in the Royal Newfoundland Regiment. On July 1, 1916, hundreds of the sons of Newfoundland and Labrador made the ultimate sacrifice...” READ MORE
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