Health & Wellness

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“Spectacular Escapes That Nurture & Enhance Healthy, Balanced Lifestyles!”

Whether it is a relaxing vacation or more active fit travel you seek, Newfoundland and Labrador is your ultimate health and wellness destination.

This place is clean, green and pristine with pure, pollution-free air, land and water.

NL’s breathtaking terrain, endless coastline and fresh sea salt air alone will invigorate your spirit and re-energize your body.

We are also the most sparsely populated province in all of Canada (1.4 people/sq. km [0.54 people/sq. miles]). Pretty amazing considering Canada is the second largest country on the planet!

NL’s rich natural gems are second only to its incredible cultural offerings.

The province is inundated with historic towns and quaint fishing villages nestled along isolated coves, inlets, bays, guts, tickles, and fjords.

Fused with a more traditional way of life, NL is that ideal mix for you to embrace life balance, personal sense of well-being and physical health.

You won’t find countless large resorts here, but what we do have more than makes up for their absence including quaint lodges, cozy cottages, beautiful inns and charming heritage and historic homes. The perfect backdrop for letting go, rejuvenating and discovering yourself.

Your health and wellness choices here are limitless including nutritious coastal cuisine, beach-combing, antiquing, gardening, birding, wild berry picking, hiking, horseback riding, in addition to salons/day spas, garden parties and spiritual, religious, art, meditative and yoga retreats.

Taking time out from the stresses of daily life are what holidays are all about and here in NL, you will experience that life-enriching one.

Family travel on a beach
Man and woman fishing in a boat
Man painting at Fogo Island artist studio
Man teeing off on golf course
Boy and goat walking along shoreline
Town of Epworth, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland
Woman sitting on rocky coastline in Twillingate
Picnic and blanket next to ocean
Biking in Newfoundland
Woman travelling Change Islands with a Newfoundland Pony

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