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Scenic Wonders Of Newfoundland And Labrador

  • 15 Days / 14 Nights
  • May to September

Experience wild beauty, warm hospitality, and centuries of maritime traditions on this incredible guided tour. Each day offers a new adventure: meet local fishermen, watch for whales and puffins, tour a nineteenth-century lighthouse, visit a scallop farm, and savour the flavours at Auk Island Winery. This escorted tour includes:

  • Round-trip scheduled flights
  • Accommodation as specified
  • 13 breakfasts, 2 lunches  & 7 dinners
  • Air-conditioned motorcoach transportation
  • Services of an expert Travel Director and professional Driver

2024 Departure Dates
July 8th & 22nd, August 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th, September 2nd

2025 Departure Dates
May 28th, June 18th, 25th & 29th, July 9th, 13th & 27th, August 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th, September 3rd

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Day 1

Arrive St. John's

Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to St John’s International Airport. Upon arrival, you’ll independently make your way to the Hilton Garden Inn in St. John’s. The evening is yours to relax and acclimatise before meeting your tour group and starting your Trafalgar escorted tour tomorrow evening. 

Day 2

St. John's

Today, you will have free time to explore. St. John’s as you please. St John’s located on the eastern tip of the Avalon Peninsula is the perfect combination of big-city luxury and small-town charm. As the oldest and most easterly city in North America, this is where heritage lives. In the evening, you’ll join your Travel Director and fellow travellers for a welcome dinner and reception.

Day 3

St. John's

This morning, nature takes centre stage as you embark on the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve Boat Tour. Keep a keen eye out for puffins and whales (in season) in their natural habitat, as you are in the largest Atlantic puffin sanctuary in North America.

Day 4

Signal Hill And Quidi Vidi

This morning brings a visit to a National Historic Site, Signal Hill, where there will be a spectacular view of the Atlantic and the site of St. John’s Harbour defences from World War II. Then visit the charming little fishing neighbourhood of Quidi Vidi, with colourful cottages and fishing stages. The afternoon will include a visit and demonstration to a local brewery where you will sample famous house brews including their Iceberg Beer, made with 20,000-year-old iceberg water. Later back in St. John’s an educational experience awaits at The Rooms Cultural Centre. Packed with a collection of exhibits and frequent events being held, you will leave The Rooms an expert in the history, culture and heritage of Newfoundland and Labrador. From there you will have the rest of the afternoon free to explore as you wish. The day’s adventure will conclude with a traditional dinner and ceremony making you and your fellow travelers “honorary Newfoundlanders”.

Day 5

Olde English Settlements

The first stop this morning will be the small town of Cupids, the second oldest English settlement in North America, rich in architecture and archaeological sites. Then depart to the Town of Brigus, known for its old-style architecture and once strategic location, still home to many local fishermen. As you explore on your own and take in the English, Irish, and Welsh heritage, the journey will lead to the Brigus Tunnel where a stunning view of the wharf awaits. As the day comes to an end, depart for Clarenville and enjoy the rest of the night at leisure.

Day 6

The Natural Beauty of Bonavista

Admire the rugged beauty of the Bonavista Peninsula as you embark on an included tour of the Lighthouse on Cape Bonavista. Built-in the mid-19th century, the lighthouse is one of the few in the world you can still climb to see the same seal oil-fueled light used at the time to warn ships of the unforgiving coastline. See if you can spot whales, icebergs and puffins (in season) like the lighthouse keepers of yesteryear once did. Continue to the historic little Newfoundland town of Trinity, to meet a Local Specialist for a walking tour. 

Day 7

The Impact of Gander

Join a local specialist this morning for a guided walk in Terra Nova National Park to Blue Hill Lookout for spectacular views of the sounds, inlets, islands and ponds. After exploring the headlands and forests of this rugged landscape, you’ll have worked up an appetite. You’ll join a guide for a tour of Gander, which served as inspiration for the international Broadway musical, “Come from Away.” Learn about the significant role this small Newfoundland community played during the 9/11 disaster when thousands of air passengers were suddenly rerouted to the town moments after the terrorist attack. 

Day 8


Embark on a MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience and discover the existence and demise of an extinct people when you visit the Beothuk Interpretation Centre, which reveals the history of a now-vanished language and culture. After lunch in Twillingate, visit Auk Island Winery for a tour and tasting experience, savouring the flavours of Newfoundland berries and fruits. Finish another big day delving into the art of wooden boat building over a dive into culture experience. You’ll love meeting a local boat builder to hear about this art which has been handed down from generation to generation.     

Day 9

Gros Morne National Park

Your first stop today is the Whale Pavilion in King’s Point where you’ll see the 50-ft skeleton of a whale on display. You’ll then enjoy lunch at a local restaurant on the scenic shoreline of Green Bay before embarking on a guided walk with a Local Specialist inside the UNESCO-listed Gros Morne National Park. Enjoy a rare opportunity to walk upon the exposed Earth’s mantle along the Tableland’s Trail. This evening, enjoy a Be My Guest dinner at The Fish Sheds, an authentic fishing shed decorated with authentic fishing industry artefacts overlooking Bonne Bay.

Day 10

Gros Morne National Park

Board your choice of boat tours this morning to explore Gros Morne National Park your way. Enjoy live commentary about the geological wonders and rich cultural history of the bay or explore a spectacular glacier-carved land-locked fjord. Later, you’ll visit the Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse to learn about the cultural heritage of the park.

Day 11

Arches Provincial Park

An early start to the day sees you trace the rugged coastline of Western Newfoundland with a stop at Arches Provincial Park. You’ll visit L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site for a tour of the UNESCO-listed 11th-century Viking settlement with a local specialist.

Day 12

Blanc Sablon

Your first stop on today’s journey to Labrador is in scenic Fisher Point. You’ll take the ferry to Labrador in the afternoon, arriving in Blanc Sablon where you’ll dive into culture during a visit to a scallop farm and learn how to shuck a scallop like a local. Taste the difference between a live and cooked scallop accompanied with wine.

Day 13

Red Bay

Join a local specialist this morning for a guided tour of the UNESCO-listed Red Bay National Historic Site, once a major whaling point on the Atlantic. You’ll see the tallest lighthouse in Atlantic Canada, Point Armor Lighthouse, followed by a regional dinner. 

Day 14

Ancient History Of Newfoundland

Today you’ll leave Labrador, now bound for Newfoundland on the ferry. Encounter millennia of human history at the crossroads of four ancient cultures at Port aux Choix National Historic Site. This evening you’ll enjoy a farewell dinner with new friends at one of Trafalgar’s Stays with Stories where you’ll stay overnight.

The Glynmill Inn, Corner Brook (Breakfast and farewell dinner included)
Day 15

Journey Home

This morning, you’ll enjoy a final breakfast before making your way to Deer Lake Regional Airport from your flight back to the UK. Depending on your flight schedule, you may have time for last-minute shopping or sightseeing in Corner Brook or Deer Lake.

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