Canada's quirky, colourful eastern province
Newfoundland’s vast expanses of dramatic and raw nature, its rugged coastline, towering icebergs and de facto mascot, the moose, have been drawing visitors for decades—that and the Newfoundlanders’ legendary sense of hospitality. Today though, the island is garnering a reputation for its colourful storytelling, as well as a thriving music and arts scene. Walk the Sherwink Trail—one of the best hikes in the world. Explore the remnants of an abandoned outport community with our charming fisherman friend. And spend a couple nights on beautiful Fogo Island, where you’ll marvel at whales and icebergs (and the inn the world can’t stop gushing over).