Settle on the Great Northern Peninsula
How to Get Here
The Northern Peninsula is located at the Northern Tip of Newfoundland, Canada. Where is Newfoundland and Labrador? Newfoundland and Labrador is the most easterly province in Canada and is strategically positioned between North America and Europe. The map below shows you where Newfoundland and Labrador is in relation to the rest of the world. Click here to learn more.
Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada (larger version)
Travelling to the Great Northern Peninsula
Your trip to Newfoundland and Labrador might begin with an international flight to a major centre: St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador (YYT), Halifax, Nova Scotia (YHZ), or Toronto, Ontario (YYZ). You would then take a domestic flight to Deer Lake (YDF), or St. Anthony (YAY), on the Great Northern Peninsula. Regular air service is available at the Deer Lake Regional Airport at the southern end of the Northern Peninsula and the St. Anthony Airport at the northern end of the Peninsula.

Road transportation through the Great Northern Peninsula is via Route 430 (Viking Trail), a 415 km highway, which begins at the Trans Canada Highway in Deer Lake and follows the coastline up to St. Anthony at the most northern tip of the peninsula.

The island of Newfoundland is connected to mainland Canada (North America) by a ferry link from Port aux Basques, Newfoundland to North Sydney, Nova Scotia.

There is also a ferry link to Southern Labrador, operating from St. Barbe. The Great Northern Peninsula is connected to mainland Canada (North America) via a 1.5 hr crossing from St. Barbe, Newfoundland to Labrador.

Some useful transportation links:
The Great Northern Peninsula Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada (larger version)
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