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Quirpon Lighthouse Inn
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Kayak with whales, stroll with moose, circumnavigate an iceberg. Humpbacks, orca and dolphins often come to play as we head out to meet “vast cathedrals of ice” – the most staggering displays nature has to offer. Hike pristine ecosystems, from arctic landscapes to Gros Morne National Park’s forests and fjords.
$2390 + tax and based on double occupancy
All prices are in Canadian dollars. Applicable taxes include 15% HST.
Accommodations: 7 Nights (Quirpon Lighthouse Inn-3 nights, Gros Morne National Park -4 nights)
Meals: 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 suppers
Transportation: Mid-Size Car Rental
Site & Park Passes: Gros Morne National Park, L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, Theater, Western Brook Pond Boat Tour, Zodiac tour
Activity: kayaking and hiking
This tour is for those seeking a little more activity in their exploration of the best walking and kayaking in Newfoundland. You start your adventure in Deer Lake and head for Gros Morne. This national park boasts scenery and walking trails that are known worldwide and we have selected the best for you. Our routes are designed to offer something for any level of walker, to ensure you are still keen the next day!
Your time on the water in kayak and zodiac is in the area with the highest concentration of icebergs and whales in the world, so keep your camera ready. Luckily, the whales and bergs like to dawdle near the shore so, again, we needn’t overreach anyone’s comfort level.
When we travel the world, the only thing that vies for top priority over our adventures – food. The food and culture of Newfoundland are inextricably linked, and this is your chance to experience them both.
Lastly, the third critical criterion for the perfect day – a comfy bed in a beautiful setting. Done!
This is a place where untouched nature and vibrant cultures blend to create perfect memories. Icebergs, whales and birds await you in Newfoundland, while polar bears patrol the rugged landscape of Labrador.Learn More