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History, friendliness, and steadfast authenticity are woven into every aspect of the Trinity area or locally known as “Trinity Bight “of Newfoundland and Labrador. From the beautifully restored fishing rooms and saltbox houses, to the lovely people greeting you in the lanes and welcoming you into their homes.

Houses, museums, art galleries, and other historic buildings preserved from the 18th century, fill Trinity and its surrounding communities. From English Harbour to New Bonaventure, traditional root cellars poke up from the grass and along hillsides. Follow hiking trails that bring you to rolling granite slopes and spectacular beaches. You can also take boat tours to experience the beautiful landscape from a different perspective, as well as spot whales, birds, and icebergs.

At the New Founde Lande Trinity Pageant, let us pull you into the 1700s. On this scenic walking tour, local actors and singers from Rising Tide Theatre give you a glimpse of the daily lives, traditions, and hardships of our forefathers. Be whisked back to the past as you wander through the historic merchant buildings, churches, homes, and cemeteries of Trinity. This area is known for its talented performers and exceptional theatre and events.

One of the province’s most popular trails is the Skerwink on the Bonavista Peninsula. The trail winds a 5.3 km circle around Skerwink Head near Port Rexton and Trinity East. Along the way you’ll catch glimpses of sea stacks, seabirds and whales, beaches and bergs, as well as caves and arches.

Tour the filming locations of The Shipping News and Random Passage. You can rest on the top of a cliff and look out over the ocean, as did Kevin Spacey, Julianne Moore, and Dame Judy Dench while rehearsing their lines.

Find your way using old-fashioned street signage marked in calligraphy. Chat with people who hold a genuine air of old-world charm and hospitality found no where else. As you wander along the narrow streets in Trinity, you'll find yourself wrapped in our history.

Getting Here:

The Trinity Area or Trinity Bight includes the towns of Trinity, Trinity East, Port Rexton, Trouty, Goose Cove, Dunfield, New Bonaventure, Old Bonaventure, Lockston, Champney's, Champney's West and English Harbour. They are located on the Discovery Trail scenic touring route along Route 230A and 239, approximately 259 kilometres or 2.5 hours from St. John's.

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Starting at $160 Per Couple
A three hour tour viewing spectacular marine scenery, whales, icebergs, bald eagles and nesting sea birds complete with tea with the whales on our custom built Zodiac. Tea includes a variety of hot and cold beverages and locally made baked goods.
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Sea of Whales Adventures

Starting at $160 Per Couple
The fall season offers beautiful colours, super pods of dolphins, amazing lunge feeding by minke whales and the occasional humpback or fin whale. A three hour tour viewing spectacular marine scenery, whales, dolphins and bald eagles, complete with a cookies and coffee break on our custom built Zodiac.
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Sea of Whales Adventures

Starting at $2519 Per Person
History, scenery, culture and eccentric characters will all play an important role in your journey through Newfoundland and Labrador. Be inspired by the vivid streets of St. John’s, awed by the coastal views of the Atlantic Ocean, and uplifted by the notorious hospitality of the people who want you to love their home as much as they do.

From St. John’s, you will partake on a cross-island adventure to the coast of Labrador, visiting rural communities and small fishing villages along the way.

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Maxxim Vacations

Starting at $259 Per Night
Come experience some of the best quadding on the island on the Bonavista Peninsula. Create a one, two, three or more multiday package to experience wildlife and raw nature at its finest in the great Newfoundland outdoors. Experience a traditional Newfoundland boil up on the trail with an open fire alongside one of the many ponds, creeks rivers or the ocean. We use our lodge as the jump off point for our tours and the accommodations on our one and two day packages.
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Trinity Eco-Tours Lodge

Starting at $1339 Per Person
Explore the east and west coast of the island in this truly unforgettable 8-night self-drive adventure. Celebrate the vivid beauty of Canada’s youngest and most easterly province. This cross-island getaway promises breath-taking scenery and unforgettable hospitality, a trip not to be missed!

Package includes expert travel advice, 8 nights’ accommodation, 8 day mid-size car rental with unlimited kilometres, one hour Gros Morne orientation, a Lighthouse Picnic and admission to The Rooms.

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Maxxim Vacations

Starting at $1319 Per Person
Wander the streets of one of North America’s oldest cities and you’ll find your heart lifted with the jellybean colours of heritage houses and by the wit and warmth of the people who live here. When it’s time to get away, you’ll head to the outports where the sea still plays an important role in everyday life. The scene here is quieter and slower, but you’ll find the welcoming attitude of the locals and the endless ocean views better than any big-city amenity.
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Maxxim Vacations

Starting at $975 Per Person
Whether you arrive or depart Newfoundland via St. John’s, our five day tour will bring you to sites where birds congregate, whales relentlessly pursue their supper, a culture comes alive & North America’s easternmost city thrives around a harbour filled with ships & history. Then to Trinity & Bonavista where gorgeous outports serve as a backdrop to theatre & museums telling our history. We will fill the days you are in the province with as many memories & experiences as you can absorb.

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Linkum Tours

Starting at $95 Per Person
Rug hooking is a traditional textile craft, primarily practiced by women. The patterns were only limited to the imagination, then created with loops of color using retired clothing. The designs may have been different depending on which region of the province it was created in and traditional designs ranged from simple geometric patterns to ornate works that would only be displayed in the home's parlour or removed from storage when important guests arrived. Come - explore your creativity!

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Trinity Historical Society - Fort Point Lighthouse

Starting at $40 Per Person
Learn the art of creating from wood! Working with our skilled and knowledgeable Cooper, this experience provides children an opportunity to learn how to use some of the traditional hand tools to build a craft (e.g. birdhouse, car, truck or whale). Practice hands-on skills while learning the heritage of the carpentry trades applied in NL. This workshop will also include a safety talk about working with tools. Safety goggles are provided. Children will take home their own craft creation. Ages 7+
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Trinity Historical Society - The Cooperage

Starting at $130 Per Person
This exclusive tour experience includes key historic sites that tell the story of the East Coast Fishery. And because craft enhances our story, the tour includes visits to studios where you will meet local craft producers & artisans. Find out what inspires them to create while you shop for quality, hand-crafted products or that special one-of-a-kind creation. From the Merchant's Plantation in Trinity to Bonavista, your guide is well versed in culture and craft. *Wednesdays & Sundays Only.

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Trinity Historical Society

Starting at $1437.60 Per Person
Sing your heart out on this 5 day adventure in a magical place - Port Rexton - on the Bonavista Peninsula. Designed for all skill levels. Expert leadership. This unique experience enables personal growth and contribution, through group singing, in a relaxed atmosphere. Stay at the 4.5 star Fishers’ Loft Inn. There are daily opportunities to hike the Skerwink Trail, enjoy yoga & fine dining, or just inhale the restorative vapors! The adventure concludes with a song sharing evening in Bonavista.
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Growing The Voices: Festival 500


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