If you’re dreaming of a sea breeze, warm water, and sunshine, you’re not the only one. On top of that, there are real biological reasons why you may find yourself craving the same this time of year. Although that trip to your favourite sun and sand destination may be postponed for this winter, you can find much of what you’re looking for right here at home, just a short drive from St. John’s.
Looking for attractions and travel ideas near the Witless Bay Marine Ecological Reserve? With the best newfoundland povincial parks, lighthouses, and World UNESCO sites all within a one hour radius, it’s easy to see that sunrise, experience the oldest fossils on the planet, or take in your favourite activity, be it kayaking, surfing, hiking the east coast trail, checking out the beaches and sandbanks, or enjoying some bubbling bliss in one of the outdoor whale house hot tubs. Whatever you choose, we just want you to be happy.
If you’re a beginner surfer that’s looking to keep catching waves into the winter or a seasoned pro looking to extend the fall surf season, winter surfing is fun, rewarding, and a brand new challenge. In Newfoundland, winter surfing comes with its own special challenges and rewards.
As the days get shorter, do you find yourself in Newfoundland and dreaming of that sun and warm water seaside vacation? If so, you’re not alone. There’s nothing better than a hot winter escape to kindle your internal fire and get you revved up for the holidays.
Whales often have this captivating facade that often leaves humans in awe of who they are. Majestic and elusive, it
Finding the best accommodations near St. John’s isn’t always easy, and if you’re unsure of what you want, the task
The best things in life aren’t always easy to find, and why would they be? When you’re this good, you don’t need to advertise.
Sandwiched between Newfoundland’s East Coast Trail and the Atlantic Ocean, Fork Restaurant is a date night dream that nails it when it comes to atmosphere and food.
Have you never visited the Cape St. Mary’s Newfoundland Ecological Reserve? If not, take out a pen or pencil right now and add it to your bucket list. Top on the agenda of any birder and nature enthusiast visiting Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula, the highlight of any visit to the Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve is walking to Bird Rock.
If you’re lucky enough to be in Canada’s Atlantic Bubble which includes Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and PEI, you can enjoy restriction-free travel between these four Atlantic Canadian Provinces.
It’s possible to forage for food almost anywhere if you know what you’re looking for. Knowledge is power, and what’s on the forager’s menu is driven by the environment around them and their ability to identify the food choices that exist.