33 Surreal Places In Newfoundland And Labrador You Won’t Believe Really Exist

You have to visit these spots!
33 Surreal Places In Newfoundland And Labrador You Won’t Believe Really Exist

Newfoundland and Labrador is home to 13 provincial parks, 3 national parks, and 4 UNESCO world heritage sites, making it indisputably one of the most beautiful provinces in Canada.  One only has to see pictures of the view from Signal Hill, or hike The East Coast Trail to agree!

We put together a list of 33 natural wonders spread all throughout Newfoundland and Labrador that you have to check out on your next visit to The Rock.  There are so many beautiful spots around the province, but this group stands out for their ocean views and unique landscapes.  Take a look at these epic pictures below!


Gros Morne National Park


Signal Hill


Skerwink Trail


Cape Spear


L'Anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site


Cape Bonavista


East Coast Trail


Rocky Harbour


Long Point


The Tablelands

Part of Gros Morne National Park


Quidi Vidi


Pouch Cove


Dungeon Provincial Park


Bonne Bay


Elliston Puffin Site


Arches Provincial Park


Bay Du Nord Wilderness Reserve






Torngat Mountains


Mistaken Point


Grand Falls


Castle Hill


Port au Choix


Bay Roberts


Cobb’s Pond Rotary Park




Battle Harbour

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Avalon Peninsula

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