A unique itinerary focused on the history of exploration and European settlement, along with stunning, rarely visited coastal scenery.
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Newfoundland and Nova Scotia glory in their isolated location at the very edge of the North American continent, ruggedly beautiful and profoundly influenced by both the sea and their English, Irish and Scottish heritage. As such, they present a cultural experience unlike any other in Canada, and the inhabitants of these spectacular outposts are renowned for their friendliness.
Though winters are harsh, summers can be magical, and our tour, including a historical journey along the Viking Trail, a cruise through ‘Iceberg Alley’ and a comprehensive exploration of the enchanting coastline, introduces the best of both provinces.
This morning we travel to the southern end of Gros Morne National Park to enjoy a visit at the visitor centre, and Lobster Cove Lighthouse including entrance to the interpretive exhibit. We will stop at the Bonne Bay Marine station where you can experience a touch tank while learning about the amazing sea life of Bonne Bay and the latest research in marine ecology. Later this afternoon return to our hotel to enjoy time at leisure.