- Price from:
- 2600 CAD /person
- 709 722-3524
- 709 722-3335
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- 8 days
- Location Start:
- Quality Harborview
- Location Finish:
- Quality Harborview
- We Speak:
Last updated: 01/06/2009
Explore the first city of the new world. Check out whales and puffins. Visit Baltimore's first colony. Enjoys parks, trails, museums, and colorful fishing communities. Enjoy a lobster lunch too!
Arrive and relax. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday.
View whales and puffins on our boat trip. Explore Baltimore's first colony. Return to the new world's first city.
The world's most southerly caribou herd, lighthouses, icebergs, and the Mayflower's first new world port of call are featured.
We enjoy one of the world's most spectacular seabird colonies and visit the first outpost of New France. And we enjoy another great community hotel with outstanding local flavours.
We explore Terra Nova National Park and often Trinity and/or Bonavista.
Eagles, moose, and more oceanic explorations are on the agenda before we return to St. John's
Explore the museum's and trails around St. John's. Explore the continent's edge at Cape Spear. Lobster and more puffins and whales are also frequent choices as folks savour their last day on tour. Check out the dinner theatre in the evening.
Enjoy a fond farewell.
- Extras -
- Includes all breakfasts, lunches, transportation, admissions, and more. Does not include evening meals.
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