Why not come early or stay late. Make the most of your time in St. John's!
Please refer to the following resources to assist you as you plan your participation in the 2023 Annual Meeting.
We recommend booking services in advance where possible as July is a peak tourism period for Newfoundland and Labrador.
Destination St. John’s has dedicated resources that will help choose from activities, restaurants and local activities when planning your visit.
Links are included for each of the provider’s websites with booking information, photos, and descriptions to assist you throughout the planning process.
We recommend that you contact the individual operator to confirm details and availability in advance.
Delegate Discounts at Local Participating Vendors
CCMTA delegates and registered guests are encouraged to take advantage of the Show Your Badge Program. Window decals will be prominently displayed by participating businesses —so keep a lookout while enjoying your time in St. John’s!
The daily temperature in mid-July ranges from highs of 12-20°C (approximately 53-68 degrees Fahrenheit) during the day to lows of 7-12°C (approximately 44-53 degrees Fahrenheit) in the evening. The amount of rain in July is high with an average of 92mm (3.6in), which ironically makes it the driest month of the year.
Take a look at historical weather data to get an idea of what the conditions may be like for your trip. You can find the City of St. John’s historical weather information here.
Having a fleece or jacket on hand for easy layering will keep you comfortable wherever you are as it can get windy close to the water. Comfortable footwear is also recommended.