Until 1907, the province was a self-governing British colony, then a British dominion. It became Canada’s tenth province in 1949. While Labrador had been part of Newfoundland since 1927, it wasn’t until 2001 that the province’s name officially became Newfoundland and Labrador.
Tourism wise, it’s the road less travelled. Visit a restored Viking settlement over 1000 years old, watch waves crashing onto the seashore below rocky cliff faces, see icebergs floating majestically through Iceberg Alley, explore the oldest city in North America – just a few of the destinations waiting to be discovered in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Please note that Newfoundland is within our Northern Surcharge area and a northern surcharge fee is applicable when travelling anywhere in Newfoundland.
Book a minimum of 5 nights and get 25% off your vehicle charges and pick a 1 of 4 booking options!:
1. 50% off one-way fee
2. Complimentary Kitchen and Linen Kits
3. 500KM package Complimentary
4. USA Driving Fee Complimentary
January - March: Choose the winter ready MHA Maxi Motorhome.
April: All RV types available
Hurry this Flash Sale ends Midnight 3 March.
Conditions apply - see fine print below for details.
Sunday pick ups and drop offs may be available with additional fee.
Sunday pick ups and drop offs not available in Edmonton
Applies to new bookings only, cannot be combined with Promo Codes or other offers