Come explore Newfoundland's natural wonders, rich history, rural charms, and locally sourced cuisines, from the bustling fishing village of Bonavista to the forested shores of Plate Cove. During our week of adventure amidst these windswept landscapes, we'll get to know Newfoundlanders' passion for the land, as well as the food produced by it, as we venture into smaller towns along the Avalon Peninsula. We'll learn about pirates in Harbour Grace, hear traditional music in Carbonear, observe boatbuilding in Winterton, and forage for local plants on a beach just outside of the capital, St. John’s. You'll head home with a sense of the tenacious, charming, and unique character of Newfoundland and the people who call it home.
The total cost of this trip is $3,540. For travelers wishing to have single accommodations during the trip, an additional $760 will be due at the time of the final payment.
This trip is fairly active. Travelers should be reasonably fit and feel comfortable walking three to six miles over the course of each day and remaining outside and on their feet for long periods of time. We will be walking on roads, beaches, and dirt paths. The itinerary also involves time on a boat, so we recommend you be comfortable around and on water.
For flights in and out of St. John's International Airport (YYT), you should plan to arrive by 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 5, and depart anytime on Saturday, September 14. If you'd like to extend your stay before or after the tour, we're happy to reserve extra nights at our hotel in St. John's or provide additional recommendations. For those interested in a road-trip adventure, there is a vehicle and passenger ferry that makes stops in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.