Multi-day tours of Western Newfoundland
Designed to expose you to western Newfoundland’s natural, historical and cultural geography in a manner to memories, photo albums and journals much more precious. What would it take: The rarest of geological formations on earth? sub-arctic environments at 650 meters (2100 ft) above the sea? The cultural legacy of 400 years of French habitation? The magnificence of coastal and landlocked fjords? Rare yet flourishing flora of the coastal peat bogs creating habitat for moose and caribou.
Valid May 1 - Oct 7, 2018. Bring clothing appropriate for the Newfoundland summer climate, including rain gear and light gloves. Adding and removing layers best meets the variable conditions. Ocean breezes can be cooler than when winds are off the land. High altitudes are typically cooler than sea level temperatures. Tours feature periods of walk/hiking require hiking boots with firm soles, good ankle support and high sidewalls to avoid ankle abrasions. Running shoes should not be used. A walking pole is useful gear.
Offers are subject to availability. Taxes are extra. You may have to pre-book and/or mention the promotion at the time of booking. Please check with the operator for more details.
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