Newfoundland Discovery: 8-Nights

Price $4390 $4240 9 Days/8 Nights
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Newfoundland Discovery: 8-Nights

$4390 $4240 per person


*Prices are CAD per person, based on Double Occupancy; Double/Twin Share Pricing: $4390 + 15% Tax and Single Pricing: $5390 + 15% Tax

Twin Share: For those willing to share with a co-traveller of the same gender, we have a Twin Share option that is offered for most tours where you share the hotel rooms with another same gender traveller. If we are unable to match you with another Twin Share traveller, there may be a single surcharge applied.

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Explore this untouched land, view magnificent 10,000 year old icebergs and view 30 tonne whales leaping out of the water. From stunning coastlines, to quaint fishing villages and deep history, you will be in awe. Don’t miss the Norse archaeological site and reputed settlement of Viking explorer Leif Erikson, L’Anse aux Meadows. On the Gulf of St. Lawrence, enjoy Gros Morne National Park’s cliffs, waterfalls and glacial fjords. Moreover the southeastern capital city of St. John’s is known for the 17th century-Signal Hill citadel with a hillside walking trail.

What’s Included: 8 nights of accommodation (3.5-4 star), professional Tour Leader, transportation by comfortable coach, airport transfer from Deer Lake airport to Corner Brook, airport transfer in St. John’s, 17 meals: 8 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 7 dinners

Not Included: 15% provincial tax on top of tour base rate: Gratuities to driver (Recommend $3-$4 per person per day), Gratuities to guide (Recommend $5-$7 per person per day): Airfare – domestic and international (unless specified): Meals and Attractions not listed: Travel Insurance (strongly recommended): Items of a personal nature: Credit card payment fees where applicable

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Final payment is required 60 days prior to departure. If a reservation is made within 60 days of departure, full payment is required at the time of booking.

Call for assistance: 1-800-481-9739 Ext 0
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Departure Dates

July 29
  • Destination
  • Arrival City
    Corner Brook, Newfoundland
  • Departure City
    St. John's, Newfoundland
  • Activity Level
    Easy –no particular physical activity involved - short walks to dinner, through city/town, at sites of interest/museums that cover large areas
  • Passenger Limit
    Classic Tour Style: Max 24 passengers
Arrive in Corner Brook, NL
*PLEASE NOTE: This itinerary has been modified and improved. Please refer to the "Download Brochure" under the "Summary" tab, for the most accurate day by day details.

Arrive in Corner Brook in Newfoundland, Canada's most easterly province and also known as "The Rock". The town of Corner Brook is located on the west side of the island and renowned for its world-famous salmon bearing river, the Humber.
Accommodation: Overnight in Corner Brook
Meals Provided: None
Corner Brook – Gros Morne National Park – Cow Head
Today we explore incredible Gros Morne National Park, with its towering inland fjords and walking trails. We will learn about the geology of the area at the Gros Morne Visitor Centre and experience it first hand with a scenic walk through the Tablelands area discovering the unique flora and fauna native to the region. Moose, caribou, waterfalls and dozens of unforgettable photographic scenes add to this UNESCO World Heritage Destination. Next we visit Lobster Cove Lighthouse in Rocky Harbour and enjoy a boat cruise of Bonne Bay  and participate in an age-old tradition - the "Screech In" ceremony, featuring live traditional music, a cod fish, and a taste of the famous Newfoundland Screech. Following the boat cruise, we continue up the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland to the town of Cow Head.
Accommodation: Overnight in Cow Head
Meals Provided: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Cow Head – St. Anthony, NL
This morning we travel the well-known Viking Trail Route to the most northerly tip of Newfoundland, to the L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site.  We will see where the Vikings, the first Europeans to reach the New World, landed and established a settlement. We visit the interpretive centre, tour the Viking ruins, and have an interactive experience at the longhouse to discover what life was like for the Viking encampment in 1,000 AD. As we make our way onwards to St. Anthony, at the centre of the Northern Peninsula, we tour the town and make our way up to the St. Anthony Lighthouse. Look down at the crashing waves below the shoreline and take in the view of the town. The evening is at leisure.
Accommodation: Overnight in St. Anthony
Meals Provided: Breakfast
St. Anthony – Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
Making our way along the Viking Trail Route to Grand Falls-Windsor, the largest town in central Newfoundland, we have plenty of scenic stops along the way, with informative talks from our Tour Leader throughout our journey. We visit The Arches Provincial Park along the western coast of Newfoundland, and take some time to explore the natural rock formations that have been shaped by the power of ocean tides. We continue to the town of Grand Falls-Windsor, where we have the evening to explore the area at leisure before dinner.
Accommodation: Overnight in Grand Falls-Windsor
Meals Provided: Breakfast, Dinner
Grand Falls – Windsor – Twillingate – Gander, NL
Today, we visit the Iceberg Alley and the historic town of Twillingate. At the Prime Berth Fishery and Heritage Centre, an interpretive fishing centre, we learn about the history of the all-important fishing industry in Newfoundland, and how the industry has changed over the years. This afternoon is spent exploring the area with a tour taking in the history of Twillingate and the surrounding areas. We stop and visit Long Point Lighthouse, which sits more than 300 feet above the sea and is still operated by one lighthouse keeper year-round guiding ships through the fog and the stormy nights. We finally make our way to Gander for an evening at leisure.
Accommodation: Overnight in Gander
Meals Provided: Breakfast
Gander – St. John’s, NL
Gander – St. John's Gander is a town full of history, and plays a vital role in international aviation industry. Gander is also the setting for the now famous musical ‘Come From Away’ showcasing the story of how the friendly town handled the sudden arrival of 38 plane loads totaling 7000 passengers who landed here following the September 11th terrorist attacks in the US. We visit the North Atlantic Aviation Museum this morning, and learn about the important historical events that has made this town an inspiration to all Canadians.   From Gander, we take a scenic drive through Terra Nova National Park, Canada's most easterly national park, where the boreal forest meets the rugged Atlantic coastline. A visit to the Terra Nova Marine Interpretation Centre will inform us about North Atlantic marine creatures and the importance of local conservation efforts. This afternoon we arrive in Newfoundland's capital city of St. John's, an eccentric, colourful city which dates back to 1519, and is one of the oldest European settlements in North America. The remainder of our evening is at leisure, with time to explore, shop, or enjoy the local cuisine.
Accommodation: Overnight in St. John's
Meals Provided: Breakfast, Lunch
St. John’s, NL
Today is a full day of local touring as we explore North America's oldest city. We visit Canada's second largest National Historic Park as well as Signal Hill and Cape Spear, home to the oldest lighthouse and the most easterly point in North America. This afternoon, we enjoy a coastal cruise with opportunities to see whales and puffins at the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve. Following that, we will immerse ourselves in the traditions of Newfoundland and Labrador's largest public cultural space, The Rooms, showcasing history, heritage and artistic expression of this unique province. This evening’s farewell dinner will celebrate the amazing time we have spent together. This is the time to exchange stories, memories and the highlights of our time spent along the East Coast of Canada.
Accommodation: Overnight in St. John's
Meals Provided: Breakfast, Dinner
Depart St. John’s, NL
Our Newfoundland adventure comes to an end. Following breakfast, you will transfer to the airport for your return flight home.
Accommodation: None (depart home)
Meals Provided: Breakfast
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