• a close up of a hillside next to a body of water

Newfoundland and Labrador Multi Centre Holiday

Our Newfoundland and Labrador multi-centre will see you exploring colourful coastal houses and a fascinating culture, before heading into some incredible national parks. See fjords and meadows, beautiful coastlines and deep forests as you explore this beautiful area.

With just a five hour flight time from the UK, our Newfoundland and Labrador multi-centre holiday is perfect for families, couples and adventurers who want to explore. The best time to book the trip is in the summer, when you’ll be able to get out into the wilderness and make the most of Canada’s spectacular natural landscapes.

Begin your multi-centre on the island of Newfoundland, which sits in the north Atlantic. Visit the province capital, St. John’s, where you’ll find a lively city with unique architecture. Wander along the coastal streets taking in the colourful houses before visiting galleries where you can really get a feel for the area’s culture. Next, head to the boutiques to pick up unique items, before dining on delicious seafood and other local delicacies in one of the city’s excellent restaurants.

Journey along the Viking trail of Newfoundland’s west coast and soak in the history and views on your way to L'Anse aux Meadows and Gros Morne National Park. These UNESCO World Heritage Sites are home to gently rolling landscapes overlooking the Atlantic and steep river gorges created in the Pleistocene period, with spectacular views. To really immerse yourself in the area’s history, visit Norstead. This recreated Viking village will give you an insight into times long gone by.

Duration
11 days
Best time to go
Early July to mid-August
Start your journey
Battle Harbour

Trip highlights

  • Hike around the Pleistocene gorge in Gros Morne National Park
  • Take in the colourful houses and sea views in the capital, St. John’s
  • Explore the gently rolling green hills as they meet the coast in L'Anse aux Meadows
  • Visit the recreated Viking village in Norstead and learn more about this fascinating period
a rocky island in the middle of a body of water
a canyon with Gros Morne National Park in the background

Newfoundland and Labrador is home to largely untouched natural landscapes, which stretch for miles from coast to coast. It’s home to rugged beaches and cliffs which open out onto the Atlantic Ocean, as well as some beautiful interior landscapes. One of its main draws for visitors from the UK is the five hour flight time from most UK airports.

Newfoundland’s capital, St. John’s, is home to a vibrant city atmosphere and plenty of things to do. Its colourful houses are interspersed with luscious greenery, which brings the beautiful surrounding landscapes to the city as it cascades down a hill towards the Atlantic coastline. There’s also a replicated Viking village – Norstead – which allows you to step back in time to this fascinating period.

The main attraction of Newfoundland and Labrador is its rugged landscapes. You’ll find gorges which date back to the Pleistocene period and offer dramatic sweeping views like the fjord lands. Visit in the summer and kayak up to the 10,000 year old icebergs along “Iceberg Alley” or simply take to the hiking trails and look out over the sparkling Atlantic.