JB Outfitters is located near the community of Main Brook, Newfoundland. We are approximately a 60-minute drive (82 km) from St. Anthony, a 20-minute drive from the St. Anthony airport and just 4 hours from the Deer Lake airport.

•  Once you arrive in Newfoundland, proceed along the Trans Canada Highway to Deer Lake.
•  Once in Deer Lake, follow Route 430 along the Viking Trail to Route 432 to Main Brook.
•  Approximate travel time from Port aux Basques to JB Outfitters is 6-7 hours.

Flights can be arranged from most major North American cities.

Ground transportation from and to the airport is included in all of our package prices.

If you wish to drive to JB Outfitters, Marine Atlantic operates a year-round vehicle and passenger ferry service between North Sydney, Nova Scotia and Port aux Basques, Newfoundland. Ferry reservations are required.



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  • It is advisable to purchase insurance. If you have to cancel due to illness or family emergency, deposits are non-refundable.


Entry to Canada at any port (land, air or water) may be denied unless the traveller holds a valid permit. The permit may be valid up to 2 years and allows visitor entrance into Canada for vacation or business purposes. However, this pass does not allow one to establish residency in Canada.

Some visitors trying to enter Canada have been told at the Border that they are not eligible to enter. Canada Border Crossing Services can assist. Please note that resolution may take from 3 weeks to 6 months.

For a free consultation on your eligibility to obtain a temporary resident permit and rehabilitation, contact:

Canada Border Crossing Services
Toll Free: 1 800 438 7020
Website: Canada Border Crossing Services

For Criminal Offenses such as: Theft, Assault, DUI, Fraud, False Pretenses, Narcotics, Robbery, Mischief, Possession of Stolen Goods, Obstruction of Justice, Possession of Weapons, Breach of Probation. Law states that visitors are ineligible to travel to Canada if they have been convicted of any crime. No matter the length of time that has passed, all convictions will render inadmissibility to Canada. Youth convictions will not be considered.