Marvel at whales, puffins, waterfalls and more in Newfoundland
Take a trip to North America’s most north-easterly point, where the sun rises first and the dramatic coastline, mighty fjords and wonderful wildlife will take your breath away. Watch huge icebergs bob past the town known as “The Iceberg Capital of the World” in the spring, go whale watching, and spot puffins at one of North America’s best viewing sites. With a knowledgeable leader to guide the way, you’ll experience a landscape that has been shaped by the elements over thousands of years, hike easy yet spectacular trails, and enjoy delicious picnic lunches surrounded by the splendour of Newfoundland’s famous scenery.
Why you’ll love this trip
- Take in superb coastal views as you enjoy a delicious picnic lunch followed by a walk along the Skerwink Trail, one of the North America’s best trails.
- Cruise through pristine waters as you keep an eye out for whales, seabirds and more.
- Watch the puffins at Elliston’s renowned viewing site which offers one of the closest land views of these birds in North America.
- Wander the ancient landscape at UNESCO World Heritage listed Gros Morne National Park and marvel at tumbling waterfalls and towering cliffs.
Day 1: St John’s
Day 2: Trinity
Day 3: Trinity
Day 4: Twillingate
Day 5: Rocky Harbour
Day 6: Rocky Harbour
Day 7: Rocky Harbour
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Images courtesy of Intrepid Group