Houses and fishing stages on the rocky coastline in Southwestern Newfoundland.

Travel Media

We work closely with Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism to promote the province to national and international media outlets. We provide services that include familiarization tour planning, marketing support and itinerary design.

Go Western Newfoundland is attending the following shows*:

  • Travel Media Association of Canada (TMAC) — June 14-17, 2023

*Show attendance is subject to change.

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Note: We work exclusively with tourism operators who meet the minimum standards of the Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism Board’s Tourism Assurance Plan (TAP). 

Articles

The articles below are a result of show attendance, and the hosting of regional FAM (Familiarization) tours by Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism and Go Western Newfoundland.

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Top Reasons Why Western Newfoundland Belongs On Your Bucket List

by Sandra MacGregor

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Visiter le site historique de l'Anse aux Meadows

by Audrey Garbay, Québec Le Mag

The hand stitch French Shore Tapestry is mounted on a blue wall.
How a Tiny Hamlet’s Wondrous Tapestry Preserves a Complex Past

by Tim Johnson, Atlas Obscura

A man sits near a brook looking towards the Tablelands in Gros Morne National park.
Gros Morne, beyond the Tablelands

by Tim Johnson, Vancouver Sun

A view of the Ocean View Hotel in Rocky Harbour from the water.
The Complex Ceremony of Canadian Fish Kissing

by Mike MacEacheran, Adventure.com

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The Lighthouse Route – Start Exploring the Rock

by Dale Dunlop, The Maritime Explorer

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Best Things To Do In Newfoundland

by Oksana & Max St. John

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Observer les icebergs à Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador, une aventure phénoménale!

by Audrey Garbay, Québec Le Mag

A lime green building with red trim stands among the trees and a blue sky.
French Shore Interpretation Centre

by Tim Johnson, Atlas Obscura

An iceberg sits in the fog near the Quirpon Island Lighthouse Inn.
The Iceberg Festival in Photos – Newfoundland & Labrador

by Tom Archer, Freelance Writer & Photographer

A reconstructed sod hut at L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site
An Epic Saga: Tracing Viking History in Newfoundland

by Lucas Aykroyd, CAA Manitoba

Visitors learn about the indigenous peoples of Bonne Bay during a guided tour.
Four Unique Ways to Discover Western Newfoundland on Your Next Visit

by Shelley Cameron-Mccarron, Canada.com

A round and bald mountain stand alone under a cloudy blue sky.
Cap à l'ouest de Terre-Neuve

by Catherine Lefebvre, Le Devoir

A white lighthouse tower with attached lightkeepers residence stands tall against a cloudy sky surrounded by trees.
Visiter Terre-Neuve et Labrador: Un voyage d'évasion totale

by Audrey Garbay, Québec Le Mag

A natural rock arch on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
Newfoundland's Viking Trail

by Tim Johnson, Go RVing Canada

The doorway to a reconstructed hut at Norstead,L'Anse aux Meadows
The Road to Valhalla: Viking adventures in northeast Canada

by Mike MacEacheran, Lonely Planet

A drone image of a calm fall day on the Humber River
Top 8 Places For Under-The-Radar Fall Foliage In Canada

by Sandra MacGregor, Forbes

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A Food Tour of the Gros Morne Region in Western Newfoundland, Canada 

by Stuart Forster, Go Eat Do

Story Ideas

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Craft Breweries

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Discover
Gros Morne
from the Water

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Only in Western

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3 UNESCOs,
1 trip

Learn more

Interested in writing about Western Newfoundland? Get in touch with Kristy.

Kristy Hoddinott

Director of Travel Trade & Travel Media

c: 709.216.0496

e: kristy@gowesternnewfoundland.com