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Fast Facts About Newfoundland And Labrador

  • Major Cities That Make Up Newfoundland And Labrador: St. John’s, Labrador City, Corner Brook, Mount Pearl, Gander, Torbay.
  • Timezones include: Newfoundland Time (NST), Atlantic Standard Time (AST).
  • Most Populous Cities: St. John’s, Conception Bay South, Mount Pearl, Paradise.

Geographic Places of Note

  • Mountains to see: Long Range Mountains, The Cabox, Gros Morne, Mount Caubvick, Mount Sylvester.
  • The province is home to the iconic Gros Morne National Park.
  • Notable bodies of water include the Western Brook Pond, Trout River Small Pond, Red Indian Lake, Churchill River, and more.
  • The Bonavista Peninsula is located in Newfoundland.

ST JOHN’S - Accommodations, top sights, activities & Iceberg Alley



Budget-friendly accommodations in St John’s offer guests basic amenities, including wireless internet, television, air conditioning, and a refrigerator. Such accommodations provide a good value relative to their low prices.

Mid Range

Mid-range accommodations in St. John’s usually offer additional amenities, such as an on-site pool and complimentary breakfast. Moreover, they tend to be closer to the city center and the main attractions.

High End

High-end accommodations in St John’s are the most expensive and offer the best amenities, including saunas, jacuzzis, spas, and pools. Rooms in such accommodations come with the best views of the city.

St. John’s Travel Guides

Top Sights In St. John’s

St. John’s is home to stunning attractions and natural wonders. People can enjoy visiting the fantastic Signal Hill National Historic Site, marvelous Cape Spear, top-notch museum The Rooms, and the iconic Cabot Tower.

Things To Do In St. John’s

People enjoy doing several activities while vacationing in St. John’s. These include visiting the charming fishing community of Quidi Vidi, stunning Harbor and Water Sheet, beautiful Johnson GEO Center, historic Basilica of St. John The Baptist, and performing a handful of other activities.

Travel Guides

Iceberg Alley Travel Guides

From spring to early summer, people flock to Iceberg Alley in Newfoundland to watch the stunning icebergs coming through. The Twillingate Islands are the best viewing spot for the icebergs, although those can be also spotted from St. John’s.

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR - Hikes, top sights & activities

Newfoundland and Labrador Travel Guides

Best Hikes In Newfoundland

Newfoundland is home to more than 300 hiking and walking trails . Some of the best hikes in the province include those of the Terra Nova National Park, Gros Morne National Park, and the East Coast Trail.

Top Sights In Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador is home to marvellous sights and attractions, including the splendid Terra Nova National Park, magnificent Torngat Mountains National Park, stunning Western Brook Pond, Marble Mountain Resort, Skerwink Trail, and countless other attractions.

Things To Do In Newfoundland and Labrador

There are plenty of activities to undertake in Newfoundland and Labrador, such as taking puffin and whale cruises in Witless Bay, visiting Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve, hitting Twillingate and Fogo Island, visiting Red Bay National Historic Site, and much more.

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