Cheap flights to Newfoundland and Labrador are always easy to find With Canada Flights! For more information read our Newfoundland Travel Guide below and find out our top suggestions of things to do in Newfoundland.
Cheap Flights To Newfoundland
Canada Flights can always find you cheap flights to Newfoundland and Labrador. Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the Canadian Atlantic province’s with an area of 405,212 square kilometers. The province is made up of two main parts: the actual island of Newfoundland and the mainland Labrador (thus the name).
Newfoundland and Labrador was formerly a colony of the United Kingdom but on the 31st of March in 1949 it became the tenth province to enter the Canadian Confederation and was named simply as Newfoundland. Many say the name Newfoundland derived from the words “New Found Land”. On the 6th of December 2001 Canada changed the province’s official name to Newfoundland and Labrador because of the main land.
Newfoundland And Labrador Today
As of the most recent count in October 2010, the province’s population was estimated to be around 509,200. Over 90% of Newfoundland’s population live on the Island of Newfoundland and some of its smaller islands. Today most of our cheap flights to Newfoundland are being sold to people taking flights to the island of Newfoundland.
Things To Do In Newfoundland And Labrador
Gros Morne Wildlife Museum – Rocky Barbour, Newfoundland
Get a look close-up of Newfoundland’s Wildlife! The Gros Morne Wildlife Museum has life-size animals in realistic but natural scenes: Polar Bear, Moose,Puffins, Lynx, Caribou, Coyote, Black Bears, Fox, Fish, Birds, and many more!
Skerwink Trail – Port Rexton, Newfoundland
The Skerwink trail in Port Rexton, Newfoundland is beautiful and very well maintained a must do if you are visiting Newfoundland. The community around the trail did a wonderful job developing it and there is defiantly a reason it was voted one of the best trails to hike in the world!
Signal Hill – St. Johns, Newfoundland
Signal hill is a nice spot to hang out and enjoy the view across St John’s on a nice sunny day. Signal hill was an old military look out tower that is now open to the public to tour and has been given “National Historic Site” status. There is a lot of easy walking on top of the hill but it can be quite windy.