Experience Qalipu

We are Mi’kmaq people of Newfoundland. A people connected to this land, with roots that run deep and reach far. Connect to the oldest living culture in Newfoundland through nature, art, dance, myths, music, and outdoor adventure. Experience the tradition, culture, and the wild, rugged beauty of our land and leave transformed.

Shorefast Foundation

Shorefast believes in the inherent value of place. We believe: Place is fundamental to our humanity; Place holds the relationships we have with ourselves, with one another, and with our natural and built environments. The sum of these relationships gives us a sense of belonging; Place is specific; Place holds the space for people to create and express an original identity; Place gives us a shared global fate; all places are interconnected.

Outport Weddings and Things Inc.

Outport Weddings and Things is Central Newfoundland's premier wedding and event planning company. Based in Twillingate, we have a complete wedding planning package for unique outport destination weddings in Newfoundland. If you dream about a backdrop of Longpoint Lighthouse or the scenic wharfs and fishing stages of Twillingate, we are the creators of your wedding dreams. We offer worry free, event planning! Whether you are a native Newfoundlander, an ex-patriot or a come from away, Outport Weddings and Things will give you an event of a lifetime that will be so stress-free, all you will have to do is show up!

Newfoundland & Labrador Outfitters Association

The Newfoundland and Labrador Outfitters Association is a non-profit business organization whose members consist of Hunting and Fishing outfitters in the province. The Association has been around over 50 years and has had a positive impact on the economic growth of our province. This growth and success of our industry can be attributed to the quality product offering that our members extend to all who visit here.
(866)-470-6562, (709)-639-5926
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Founded in 1997, NLOWE has been supporting and encouraging women entrepreneurs for almost two decades. Women entrepreneurs face unique challenges and opportunities; we provide the support you need to overcome challenges and take advantage of exciting opportunities as you start your venture or grow your existing business.
(709)-533-9486, (888)-533-9486
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Miawpukek First Nation

Miawpukek Mi’kamawey Mawi’omi is a First Nation Reserve located at the mouth of the Conne River on the south coast of the island of Newfoundland. Over the years the community has seen a steady growth in Government, Social reforms, Health, Education, Economic Development, Culture, and Traditions. We believe that we will “secure our future by investing in our past.” Our Mission Is To Preserve, Promote And Advance The Culture, Health, Economic, Educational And Social Well-Being Of Our People – Including Our Language, History, And Spirituality.
(866)-882-2470, (709)-882-2470
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King's Point Heritage Society

World's largest reconstruction of a Humpback whale. 50-foot whale skeleton on display with interpretation video and signage. The King's Point Heritage House was built in the early 1900s. This 2 story heritage house has been fully restored. On display are artifacts depicting life from years gone by. Waterfalls, trails, craft shops, restaurants, accommodations and whale pavilion all nearby.

Gander International Airport Authority Inc.

Gander International Airport is the hub for air travel in Central Newfoundland. Whether you are flying for business, leisure, or planning an unforgettable vacation in Central Newfoundland, Gander International Airport is A Better Way to Fly. Gander's beginnings date back to 1936 when the construction of the international airport began in earnest. By the end of 1937, a 900-person team had began construction. A few years later the airfield had four paved runways - the largest airport in the world at the time.
(709)-256-6677 (24 Hour), (709)-256-6668 (Admin)
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Gander & Area Chamber of Commerce

The Gander and Area Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization made up of businesses, professionals, community groups, and interested individuals. We have been established for 44 years and today we currently have over 200 members. The Chamber is organized to advance the area's commercial, industrial, civic, and general interests, so that all areas of the business community will prosper. The Gander and Area Chamber of Commerce acts as a unified voice for business, enabling its membership to accomplish collectively, what no one person can easily do individually.

Exploits Valley Snowmobile Association

Non profit organization dedicated to development of safe and sustainable year round trails in Exploits Valley/Badger region of Central Newfoundland, Canada

Exploits Regional Chamber of Commerce

The mandate of the Chamber is to promote & improve trade & commerce & the economic, civic & social welfare of the Exploits Valley Region. The greatest asset of any business is your location in a prosperous, growing community and where the economic level is high. The Chamber is involved in numerous activities and is in a constant mode of lobbying, networking and partnering to enhance economic development.

Dover Fault Committee

At the Dover Town Hall, you'll find an tnterpretation centre with information about the Dover Fault and the town's history. A sign will point you to a trail leading up to the Lookout—a great vantage point of Dover and islands of Bonavista Bay. Stop to see the remnants of the wreckage of the WWII Digby B18 Bomber. The panels tell the story of the hospitality shown by the Dover residents who took in the downed airmen.

Dorset Trail Tourism Association

The Dorset Trail Tourism Association is a volunteer organization consisting of Tourism Operators and representatives of Community groups.

Cape Freels Heritage Trust Inc.

Venture along the coastal loop to Newtown, known as the Venice of Newfoundland to explore with local guides and experience life in the outport. Tour the active village by day, dine at the Olde Shoppe Restaurant, enjoy an evening of live music or theatre, and relax for the night onsite at Audrey's Tickle Bliss 2 bedroom historical vacation home. Visit the Barbour Living Heritage Village today for a Newfoundland outport experience.

Botwood Heritage Society

The Botwood Heritage Society is dedicated to the collection, preservation, display, and interpretation of materials relevant to the history of Botwood. The Botwood Heritage Museum features a shipbuilding display, history of the Botwood Cottage Hospital, World War II memorabilia, antique snowmobile display and Demasduit (Mary March). The Flying Boat Museum (one of only two in the world) features two flight simulators, replicas, etc...
(709)-257-2839, (709)-257-3331
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The Road to the Beaches Tourism Association

Whether on vacation with family or just a weekend away, the Road to the Beaches has something for everyone.The Road to the Beaches isn't named this way because of our amazing sunsets. No, you guessed it, we have beaches! And not your typical, rocky, Newfoundland beaches, we have sandy beaches, like the caribbean style! From Charlottetown to Glovertown, to St. Brendan's Island to Salvage then back to Eastport, the Road to the Beaches encompasses a huge, awe-inspiring area filled with amazing & unforgettable festivals & events. The Road to the Beaches area could be named "something about hiking" simply because the opportunities here are incredible & plentiful! Ken Diamond in Glovertown, Terra Nova National Park & the Old Trails at Salvage are just a few.

Town of Fogo Island

Fogo Island is a town located on Fogo Island, the largest of the offshore islands in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The town was incorporated on March 1, 2011 following the amalgamation of the towns of Fogo, Joe Batt's Arm-Barr'd Islands-Shoal Bay, Seldom-Little Seldom and Tilting and a portion of the Fogo Island Region.

Town of Gander

Gander is approximately 40km south of Gander Bay, 100km south of Twillingate and 90km east of Grand Falls-Windsor, and is home to the Gander International Airport, once an important refuelling stop for transatlantic aircraft, and still a preferred emergency landing point for aircraft facing on-board medical or security issues. Most of the streets in Gander are named after famous aviators, including Alcock and Brown, Amelia Earhart...

Town of Grand Falls-Windsor

Grand Falls-Windsor is a safe, family-oriented and business friendly community, the hub of the Exploits Valley in harmony with its neighboring communities.

Town of Harbour Breton

The historic Town of Harbor Breton is located on the Connaigre Peninsula on Newfoundland's South Coast. Today, the traditional fishery & aquaculture is the mainstay of the town's economy. More recently though, new emerging fisheries and aquaculture along with eco-tourism have helped diversify the economy and offer new opportunities for prospective investors.

Town of Leading Tickles

Leading Tickles is a town in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The town had a population of 407 in the Canada 2006 Census. It is located approximately 25 km Northwest of Point Leamington on the shores of Notre Dame Bay.

Town of Lewisporte

Lewisporte is a town in Central Newfoundland. It is situated in Burnt Bay, which opens on to the Bay of Exploits. Lewisporte has a deep water port and related facilities that serve many communities in the region. Gander and its international airport are 30 minutes east on the Trans Canada Highway. Grand Falls-Windsor is a 45-minute drive west. Twillingate is a 75-minute drive north of Lewisporte on Route 340.

Town of Millertown

Millertown is a scenic community located in the interior of Newfoundland & Labrador. Millertown is nestled on the north east side of Red Indian Lake; boasts the Gaff Topsail Plateau to the North, dense boreal forest to the south and one of the great Canadian rivers, Exploits River, to the east. Millertown offers the gateway to the island's wilderness, providing activities and spectacular scenery to suit any eco-tourist or resident.

Town of New-Wes-Valley

New-Wes-Valley is situated on the eastern coast of the province. The town can be found by driving roughly 1.5 hours on Route 320 or by driving approximately 1.5 hours along Route 330. New-Wes-Valley is home to local tourist gems including the Barbour Living Heritage Village and Norton’s Cover Studio & Cafe. It is also part of the Road to the Shore network of scenic seaside routes boasting beautiful beaches and breathtaking coastlines.

Town of Springdale

Welcome to the Town of Springdale – located in Central Newfoundland & Labrador. Springdale provides small-town appeal with big-town services; is the economic and business centre of the Green Bay area, and serves smaller outlying communities with a total market area of approximately 12,000. The town is a modern, well-groomed town nestled between rolling hills and rugged coastline of Hall’s Bay.

Triton Tourism Association

Triton was first inhabited by Dorset Eskimos, it was settled by the English in the early 1800's. Nestled in the hills, protected from the wind and sea, the area that is now known as the Town of Triton provided much encouragement to those who first decided to make this island their home. Along with the fishery creating most employment, the community is equipped with the largest fish processing plant in Green Bay. 

Winterset in Summer Inc.

Listen to and meet authors, song writers and film makers from across Newfoundland Labrador and Canada, at the Beaches Arts & Heritage Centre. Visit website for complete program details and to purchase tickets.


Our roots in the aviation industry were planted over 40 years ago in St. John’s, NL. What started as a renowned Atlantic Canadian flight school has grown into one of the largest independent airlines operating in Eastern Canada. Our core services include scheduled flights, air charter and air cargo services. PAL Airlines has earned a solid reputation for safety and service and has received globally recognized awards for reliability.

Professional Tour Guide

Patricia is a professional tour guide, living in lovely Campbellton in the Kittiwake region of Central Newfoundland. Patricia brings a strong knowledge of the Central region, is an excellent storyteller, and is well known for bringing some homemade treats during her guiding adventures. Notably, Patricia guided a trip with five travel writers from across Canada, stopping in Fogo Island, Twillingate and Gander.

Town of Bishop's Falls

Nestled in the heart of the Exploits Valley, Bishop’s Falls is an ideal home base while you explore the scenic Exploits Valley and the surrounding coastal communities. Icebergs, whale watching and scenic fishing communities are all within an hour drive of our town. Photos: Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism

Town of King's Point

We are located in the scenic Green Bay area on route 390 where natures beauty abounds and a place that should be part of all vacation itineraries, so contact us now and let us help plan your next vacation in our Town. Icebergs, Whales, Waterfalls, Hiking Trails & the Great Salt Water Harbour are just a few of our main tourist attractions. Not to mention, the fabulous homemade cooking at our local restaurant establishments.

Twillingate Historic Fishing Vessels Inc.

The Twillingate Isles Wooden Boat Museum opened its doors in July 2017 after years of hard work by the Twillingate Isles Wooden Boat Builders Committee. Affiliated with the Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador, this museum, the Twillingate boat museum aims to preserve the boat building history of Twillingate and area and also teach these skills. The museum is in the historic St. Peter's Anglican Parish Hall. Downstairs, visitors can view numerous displays depicting the boat building history of Twillingate while the upstairs has been set up as boat building workshop space.

Twillingate Islands Tourism Association Inc.

TITA is a non-profit organization specializing in the development of the Twillingate tourism industry through its membership. Our mandate is to promote the beautiful island of Twillingate as one of the best tourism destinations in Newfoundland and Labrador. The association works to preserve and protect the remaining historic sites and properties on Twillingate Islands.

Town of Twillingate

Imagine yourself seated on a patch of long grass, looking out over the pristine waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Fishing boats bounce softly over the waves as the light from the setting sun reflects off the side of a 10,000-year-old iceberg. This is just a tiny piece of the beauty you will experience in Twillingate.

Town of Glovertown

Glovertown’s history and way of life has been shaped by its location. Situated on the edge of the ocean, and at the mouth of the Terra Nova River. Drawing influence from the sea and the land, Glovertown has a rich history of boatbuilding and logging. The surrounding waterways feed into Alexander Bay, supporting both commercial and sport fishing. Outdoor enthusiasts can boat, canoe, kayak, and fish the waters around Glovertown to experience what we have for generations. Close by, Terra Nova National Park is a jewel in our province, where forest meets sea and the views impress.