Newfoundland, an island in Canada’s most easterly province, is the September getaway you didn’t know you needed. Looking for sweeping coastline vistas or on a hunt for glaciers? Newfoundland’s got ’em. Want to pick your own fresh, wild blueberries? No problem—they’re all over the place in August and September. Hope to see a humpback whale? The biggest population in the world hangs out off the coast of Newfoundland until October, and it’s easy to hop on a tour with an outfitter like Trinity Eco-Tours for a chance to spot one leaping out of the water.