Off the Beaten Path

Western Newfoundland

The Trail Less Taken

But not for too much longer, we figure.

Would you travel to Paris and skip the Eiffel Tower? Consider chatting with a fisherman more of a cultural highlight than theater?  Then this tour is for you! Visit where fewer people venture to experience more dramatic vistas and discover more hidden gems! Let us guide you to places that equal Gros Morne in beauty, but are still a well-kept secret where we go to play!

Package Pricing



Per Person

$1550 + tax, based on double occupancy


Package details

Tour Inclusions

  • 7 night’s accommodations (including 2 at Cape Anguille Lighthouse Inn with 2 Breakfasts and 2 suppers),
  • Mid-size Car rental
  • Site pass (Rose Blanche Lighthouse)
  • Per Person Price: $1550 + tax, based on double occupancy
  • All prices are in Canadian dollars. Applicable taxes include 15% HST.



An incredible amount to see and do.

Launch your adventure in the Bay of Islands.  This beautiful area is a walker’s treat of tuckamore, sea caves, secluded beaches, and panoramic vistas.  Sleep by the Humber River and dream of the thousands of salmon swimming past your door.

On to the French Ancestor’s Route and the Port au Port Peninsula.  The unique accents are a relic from a time when the French owned the fishing rights to this gorgeous but often overlooked coastline.

A WWII plane crash site is a legacy of the “Friendly Invasion” of the American base in Stephenville.

The Codroy Valley is where the Long- Range Mountains, the Gulf of St. Lawrence and two meandering rivers beautifully frame a fertile oasis.  Stay in lovingly restored Cape Anguille Lighthouse Inn and let the sound of the sea lull you to sleep.

Explore small outport communities and the architecturally unique Rose Blanche lighthouse, built of granite. When the waves are crashing, imagine yourself in a small dory with a Newfoundland dog, rescuing desperate immigrants as they cling to the wreckage of their ships off the rocks of Isle aux Morts.

The Baie Verte Peninsula introduces you to Iceberg Alley.  Fishing boats, with a halo of seagulls, chug into harbour after a successful day’s fishing, and in a nearby outport, immerse yourself in a stillness you can only find in a once vibrant outport village, now abandoned.

What to See & Do


Discover the scenic, cultural and historic jewels of Canada’s easternmost province.

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Nature & Culture in Perfect Balance

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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.

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