Your Way Home

The excitement is building and the anticipation is rising. This year is a special one for Newfoundland and Labrador with Come Home 2022. We're inviting everyone to return, to plan your trip home, to pack your vehicle with everyone and everything you need for that special trip. From the moment you pull up to the terminal to when you step off the ferry and on to home soil, we’re your way home. 

What’s waiting for you on the other side? A home cooked meal with family? Or perhaps a reunion over food and drink with your friends. No matter what home means to you, we’re here when you’re ready to come home.

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Marine Atlantic is Your Way...

...to Reunions

We love bringing friends and family closer together, for the chance to share a home-cooked meal, a deep-belly laugh and a song or two. Even if you call Newfoundland and Labrador home, there’s never been a better time than Come Home 2022 to invite friends and family home. The more, the merrier.
 

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Woman playing violin
Group of 4 people
Homecooked meal

...to Epic Views

One of the most charming places you’ll find in Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador is known for the cliffs of its rocky coast, stunning scenery, friendly communities, and fun at every turn. 

One of the most notable guests to Newfoundland and Labrador comes home every spring, with 10,000-year-old icebergs hanging around off the northern and eastern coasts for a couple months.

Along with icebergs, keep an eye out for spectacular whales with a boat ride, a sea kayak tour, or from a viewing site pretty much anywhere on the island. Newfoundland and Labrador is also the home to 350 species of birds, and epic views of nature and wildlife are always near — even if you don’t pack binoculars.

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A group of six older hikers take a moment to rest and take in the scenery on the tablelands at Gros Morne National Park.
Gros Morne National Park
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Whale

...to Wonder

Marine Atlantic is your gateway to the wonder of three UNESCO World Heritage sites. Discover the jaw-dropping vistas, fascinating fjords and breathtaking landscapes of Gros Morne National Park, step back in time at the only authenticated Norse site in North America at L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, and travel through time back to the 16th century at the Red Bay Basque Whaling Station World Heritage Site.
 

Red Bay
L'Anse aux Meadows
Gros Morne