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2022 Fly & Drive Programmes. Optional Experiences for Eastern Programmes. Newfoundland and Labrador.

More things to do in Newfoundland and Labrador

The list of suggested additional specialty experiences that can be incorporated into the itinerary, but are not included in the main programme cost (On Request)


1. Rocky Harbour - Western Brook Pond Boat | Tides and Parks of Atlantic Canada
Western Brook Pond fjord in Gros Morne National Park provides a dramatic setting for a boat tour. The Long Range Mountains, the northernmost extent of the Appalachians, contain numerous glacially-carved fjords. One of the most spectacular is the Park’s largest lake, Western Brook Pond. This 16 kilometre lake with a depth of 165 metres is home to Atlantic Salmon, Brook Trout, and Arctic Char, as well as an unusual colony of cliff nesting gulls. On board, behold the spectacular glacier-carved land-locked fjord, waterfalls cascading from 2000 feet that often turn to mist before reaching the pond, billion year-old cliffs, and frequent wildlife sightings.

2. Rocky Harbour - 2-hour Bonne Bay Boat Cruise | Tides and Parks of Atlantic Canada
Climb aboard a Catamaran and let the skipper and crew of the M.V.Emm-Cat fascinate you with many breathtaking views and visual treasures on this 2-hour boat tour. Live commentary throughout the tour highlights the geological wonders, the rich cultural history and the diversity of this fas cinating bay, situated in the heart of Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. One has the opportunity to view and photograph eagles, moose, whales, seabirds and much much more in this incredible setting. If requested in advance, passengers can partake in an age-old tradi tion known as a “screech in” featuring live traditional music, a Cod fish, Sou’wester, and a little of the famous Newfoundland Screech and come away with a certificate declaring them an “honourary Newfoundlander.”

3. St. Anthony - 2.5-hour Iceberg, Whale and Seabird Tour | Tides and Parks of Atlantic Canada
Board a comfortable cruising vessel in the breathtaking coastal waters off St. Anthony renown for it icebergs, whales and seabirds. In season, this northern corridor of Iceberg Alley consistently has more icebergs than any other location in Newfoundland. The St. Anthony coast is also a prime location for viewing humpbacks and Atlantic white-beaked dolphins as well as minke, fin and killer whales. You’ll be awestruck by the splendour of the bird life and cave formations. Visit fascinating colonies of kittiwakes, guillemots and Arctic terns - a bird that has a longer migration than any other creature in the world. Experience the excitement of viewing one of Newfoundland’s largest sea caves while listening to stories about local legends. On each tour, an experienced local naturalist will captivate the audience with a live interpretative program.

4. St. John’s - Historical Saint John’s and Cape Spear Tour | Tides and Parks of Atlantic Canada
This is a great orientation of St. John's, as well as the most Easterly point in North America. You will be driven to the National Historic site of Cape Spear; where you may walk to thru a World War II gun battery, look for whales at the most Easterly point in North America, while having a chance to visit to oldest standing light house in North America. Then we will head back into the city to see the beautiful view on top of Signal Hill while hearing the historic tales of North America's oldest colony. Other stops include Quidi Vidi Village, Government House, the Roman Catholic Cathedral and an orientation of the shops and restaurants of downtown St.John's.

5. Twillingate - 2-hour Iceberg Whalewatching Cruise | Tides and Parks of Atlantic Canada
This two-hour narrated tour will enlighten and entertain as passengers sail in search of icebergs and whales on a true Newfoundland cultural adven ture. Relax as the friendly crew proudly introduce outport Newfoundland’s way of life, charisma, and hospitality. Explore Iceberg Alley and marvel at 12.000 year old Greenland icebergs on their epic journey from the Arctic Circle to Newfoundland and beyond. Hear the ice crack under the Newfoundland sun, observe majestic humpback whales as they feed in Twillingate’s coastal waters, and watch elegant seabirds frolic along the coastlines.