Come discover one of the world’s last frontiers. Newfoundland and Labrador. Positioned at the edge of North America, Newfoundland and Labrador is a place of adventure and appeal. Explore the historical and colourful charm of St John’s, our capital city and the oldest city in North America. St. John’s offers fine dining, unique shopping and art galleries, and picturesque scenery. And don’t miss the opportunity to visit George Street. Voted Canada’s best entertainment district, this famous downtown strip has the most pubs and bars per capita of any street in North America
But the fun is just beginning. Newfoundland and Labrador is a true nature paradise – birds, whales, icebergs, and puffins all await you. Enjoy some of the continents’ best hiking trails along our ruggedly scenic coastline. Play a round of golf or two. Take a boat tour through the fjords of Gros Morne National Park. Step back in time at L’Anse aux Meadows, settled by the Vikings over 1000 years ago. Activities abound – hunting, fishing, camping, sea kayaking and, in winter, skiing and snowboarding too.
Newfoundland offers so many unique places and adventures…why settle for a cookie cutter bus tour? As a professional travel advisor located in Newfoundland, I have firsthand knowledge of this great province and its many quirky charms. I am dedicated to designing a customized travel itinerary to reflect your specific travel desires. We know the parks and the historic sites, the high end hotels and the quaint country inns, the best tours, restaurants, dinner shows and scenic drives. At Lisa Taylor TPI we “taylor make” your vacation so that it is your best vacation yet! We can even work with you to book spa treatments, day tours, dining reservations and more!
So come discover the real Newfoundland…your choice of sites, your choice of pace, your best vacation yet.
The trip was fantastic. We had every kind of weather imaginable from warm sunshine to wind and rain. The only change we made was to cut short our stay in Gros Morne because it was foggy and pouring rain. Instead we drove up the coast and took the ferry across to Labrador, spent the night in Red Bay–what a hoot. We did get to see Gros Morne in the sunshine on our way back down to Deer Lake, though. The highlight of the entire trip was Quirpon Island. Ed and his staff could make a mud hole seem like an interesting adventure. The food there was terrific and Ed kept us constantly entertained with stories and activities. We saw lots of whales and dolphins, zillions of puffins and other birds, a few moose, and a handful of icebergs. The Skerwink Trail was another highlight- one of many hikes we took. Fortunately we were able to hike nearly every day because we ate enough to sink a ship. Food was delicious–mostly. I think the first 4 days we had seafood chowder every day for lunch and cod for dinner every night. Quite a treat for these desert rats! Thank you so much for all of your help and great suggestions. It was a wonderful trip. – Marti and David, Arizona USA
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