the New Foundland / Labrador landscape with a Class A,
Class C, fifth wheel or pop ups from one of the above
New Foundland / Labrador Motorhome hire companies. With
a Recreational Vehicle hire, you have the complete freedom
to discover the New Foundland / Labrador Countryside
at your own pace with no strict timetables or hotel check
when and where you want to ! Have the convenience of
storage space where you can take all the essential items
that you require for your family vacation up in the mountains
or alongside a river or down on the beach.
life time memories with a Canadian self drive camper
rental. Experience the adventure of the open road with
your New Foundland / Labrador RV Rental and enjoy great
value for money (especially for families) with being
able to prepare your own meals plus also the bonus of
spending quality time with the family.
a large island off the east coast of North America, and
the most populous part of the Canadian province of Newfoundland
and Labrador. Newfoundland is often referred to as "The
Middle of the North Atlantic", but it is actually
more than 1000 km away from it. The island of Newfoundland
(originally called Terra Nova) was most likely first
named by the Italian John Cabot (Giovanni Caboto) in
1497. The province where this island is located was also
called "Newfoundland" until 2001, when its
name was changed to "Newfoundland and Labrador" (the
postal abbreviation was later changed from NF to NL).
island was known as The island of Newfoundland is separated
from the Labrador Peninsula by the Strait of Belle Isle
and from Cape Breton Island by the Cabot Strait. It blocks
the mouth of the Saint Lawrence River, creating the Gulf
of Saint Lawrence, the world's largest estuary. Newfoundland's
nearest neighbour is the tiny French overseas community
of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon.
an area of 111,390 km², Newfoundland is the world's
16th largest island, and Canada's fourth-largest island.
The provincial capital, St. John's, is found on the southeastern
tip of the island. Cape Spear, just south of the capital,
is North America's easternmost point. The island of Newfoundland
has a population (2001) of 466,172. However, it is common
to consider all directly neighbouring islands such as
New World, Twillingate, Fogo and Bell Islands to be 'part
of Newfoundland' (as distinct from Labrador). By that
measure, the population is (2001) 485,066
Newfoundlanders speak English, although there are some
French speakers on the west coast of Newfoundland.
Coast of Labrador) is a region of Atlantic Canada. Together
with the island of Newfoundland from which it is separated
by the Strait of Belle Isle, it constitutes the province
of Newfoundland and Labrador. The region is part of the
much larger Labrador Peninsula. The area was known by
the Norse as Markland.