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

Travel Media

Go Western Newfoundland is attending the following shows*:

  • Travel Media Association of Canada (TMAC) — June 22-26, 2022

  • International Media Market — Jan. 25-26, 2023

*Show attendance is subject to change.

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