Newfoundland is the island portion of our province, with international airports at St. John’s and Gander and smaller domestic airports at Deer Lake, Stephenville and St. Anthony. The superferry terminal at Argentia operates from June to September, while the one at Port-aux-Basques is operational year round. There is also a ferry from Blanc Sablon, Québec to St. Barbe on the west coast of Newfoundland.

For the most up-to-date and detailed information on getting to Newfoundland, go to, the tourism website of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. This site has all the travel tools you need to find your way here, including maps and links to ferry operators, airport schedules and more.

Newfoundland is a big place and the Trans-Canada Highway crosses large stretches of wild country. Make sure you allow plenty of time, and remember to slow down and watch for moose on the road if you are driving between dusk and dawn.