Newfoundland Cod Fishery is prised for its top quality and taste all over the world, but the activity itself is magical. It’s an opportunity to spend time with friends, see icebergs, puffins, whales, and experience what Newfoundland was founded on.
Get ready for The Atlantic Bubble version two, or what’s being referred to lovingly as Atlantic Bubble 2.0, which is scheduled to open on April 19th, 2021. This means, once again, members of all four of the Atlantic Canada Provinces, consisting of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland, will enjoy free and unrestricted travel throughout Atlantic Canada.
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.
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.
Paddling from Tors Cove, Newfoundland, and exploring the protected coastal waters of the Marine Ecological Reserve is one of the most rewarding ocean SUP paddleboarding and kayaking experiences in Eastern Newfoundland.