Traditional Newfoundland Foods to Try

Anytime you visit a new place, you're sure to explore some of the cuisine the area has to offer! Experiencing authentic cuisine is a great way to experience culture, and you'll be happy to know that Newfoundland has lots of great foods to offer.

While there are many great restaurants to try, this article will focus specifically on foods and dishes that are unique or must-tries while you visit Newfoundland, and we'll point out some places to find them along the way!
Fish & Chips
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Winter Fun: Annual Port de Grave Boat Lights

Each Christmas season, between 30 and 40 thousand people will visit the Port de Grave Boat Lights. The tradition, which is now in its 20th year, started with a lone fisherman lighting up his boat during Christmas, and grew steadily over the years.

 

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Newfoundland WiFi & Cellular Coverage

Not only are our smartphones pretty much essential to everyday life now, but they're extremely handy for traveling as well! The ability to check a map, search for restaurants, attractions, and other points of interest while visit a new place is extremely useful.

Since you'll likely be visiting some rural areas while on your visit to Newfoundland, you may be wondering what access to cellular coverage and WiFi is like. This may also be useful if you're hoping to keep in touch with business acti...

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Come From Away Tour Gander

Come From Away Gander Newfoundland

The Story
When Gander first experienced those who “come from away”, it was in response to the chaos in the skies caused by the 9/11 disaster. America shut down its airspace, and 37 aircraft were diverted to Gander International Airport. 7000 people arrived on the doorstep of this small Newfoundland town populated with 10,000 inhabitants.

On 9/11 the world stopped! On 9/12 there were tales of love and compassion that moved us all. The legendary hospitality of the people of Gander was one such...

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