The province of Newfoundland has always been known for its harsh and quick changing weather systems. Because of this, it is always hard to know what to pack before visiting, as the weather could be hot and sunny in the morning and change to cold and windy in the afternoon. This guide will detail the items you Must pack, Should pack, and Things to Consider packing to ensure you are prepared for your visit to Newfoundland's West Coast.
With Newfoundland being an Island Province, there are really only two ways to reach us: Airplane or Ferry. With the nearest airport being roughly three hours away from Port aux Basques, the majority of our visitors use Marine Atlantic's Ferry service to come and go from the island. These ferrys can encounter many similar issues to airplanes, but also have unique issues related to water travel. Here are four things to keep in mind when travelling by ferry: