Time to tour Newfoundland. June 11th – June 20th, 2019

Discover the most eastern edge of Canada, breathe in the cool Atlantic air and become inspired by the colourful clapboard houses and the gracious and very friendly locals.

Now is your chance to “Kiss the Cod “, be declared an honorary Newfoundlander and visit quilt shops, all on this exciting adventure.

$2995 per person double occupancy (includes all taxes) $800 single supplement additional (includes all taxes)
Tour starts in St John’s, Newfoundland and ends in Deer Lake, Newfoundland

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* Land Package Tour Includes:

• 10 days 9 nights deluxe hotel accommodation double occupancy
• St John’s, Clarenville, Gander, Twillingate, Deer Lake, Corner Brook & Stephenville
• Welcome and Farewell Dinner plus 1 other to be determined
• All Breakfast Daily at your hotel
• Visits to mystery quilt shops
• Guided tour of North America’s Oldest City, St John’s
• Tour The Battery area and uniquely coloured homes
• Visit Signal Hill National Historic Site & Cabot Tower
• Spend time in Quidi Vidi Village & Plantation
• Enjoy a Puffin and Whale Boat Cruise Excursion
• View Cape Spear from the water
• Terra Nova National Park
• Visit the Historic Town of Trinity
• Walking tour of Bonavista & The Mockbeggar Plantation
• A day in Twillingate – Lunch included
• Visit Long Point Lighthouse & Prime Bertha Fishery & Heritage Centre
• Travel Breathtaking Grose Morne National Park – UNESCO World Heritage Site
• Enjoy a Scenic Cruise on Bonne Bay in Gros Morne National Park
• Visit Lobster Cove Lighthouse
• Admission to all venues
• Become an Honorary Newfoundlander (optional)
• ALL excursions as listed on the final itinerary
• Luxury coach transportation to all excursions
• Services of a Professional Tour Manager who will remain with the group for your entire tour

 

*Your Land Package Tour does not include:

• Airfare (We can book the flight for you)
• Transportation to & from the hotel
• Gratuities for the guides and bus driver.
• Lunches and some dinners (unless indicated)
• Insurance coverage, Medical and/or cancellation
• Telephone calls, souvenirs, additional snacks or drinks
• Excess baggage costs (overweight and over-sized luggage may have additional costs levied by the airline)
• Single hotel supplement of $800

 

Itinerary *

Day 1 – St John’s, Newfoundland

(Tues) – Today will be a day of rest and relaxation as we greet fellow quilters as they arrive. We will all meet in the evening for a welcome dinner.
Stay overnight in St. John’s, Newfoundland
Meal(s) – D

Day 2 – Signal Hill & Quidi Vidi Village

(Wed) – We will start the tour with a look at the historical city of St. John’s, the oldest and most easterly city in North America. We will travel up to Signal Hill through the Battery area and tiny jellybean coloured houses to the unmistakable Cabot Tower. From there we will wind our way to the small village within the city called Quidi Vidi. A small fishing village and place where local artisans create and sell their crafts. After lunch, we will visit our first quilting destination.
Stay overnight in St. John’s, Newfoundland
Meal(s) – B

Day 3 – Puffins & Whales, Oh my !

(Thurs) – This morning we will cruise the Atlantic and view the beautiful city from the ocean waters. Watching for Puffins and Whales along the way, as we head out through The Narrows and along to our continent’s most easterly point – Cape Spear. Lots of picture taking opportunities. In the afternoon, we will head to our next quilt shop and onto Clarenville where we will be staying the next couple of nights.
Stay overnight in Clarenville, Newfoundland
Meal(s) – B

 

Day 4 – Historic Towns of Trinity & Bonavista

(Fri) – A couple of stops at two very famous historical places, Trinity and Bonavista will start our day. Once there, we will have a guided tour of the historical buildings, lighthouse and hear stories about the hard way of life and tragic shipwrecks. We may even get a chance to see more Puffins and Whales.
Stay overnight in Clarenville, Newfoundland
Meal(s) – B

Day 5 – Head to Gander

(Sat) – Our day starts with a scenic drive through Terra Nova National Park as we head toward Gander, Newfoundland. This afternoon we will do a little fabric, craft and gift shopping and in the evening, enjoy dinner and the theatre.
Stay overnight in Gander, Newfoundland
Meal(s) – B, D & Theatre

Day 6 – A Day in Twillingate

(Sun) – Lets head north to Twillingate where we will visit the Prime Bertha Fishery & Heritage Centre, Long Point Lighthouse, have lunch and sip on some Auk Island wine as we watch for icebergs floating by.
Stay overnight in Gander, Newfoundland
Meal(s) – B, L

Day 7 – Head to Springdale

(Mon) – We will continue our journey to the other side of the island making several stops along the way to fondle and excite ourselves over, can I say the “F” word. “FABRIC”
Stay overnight in Corner Brook, Newfoundland
Meal(s) – B

 

Day 8 – UNESCO Gros Morne National Park

(Tues) – Lots of excitement today as we visit the beautiful areas of Gros Morne National Park. A guide will help us explore the park and visit the Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse. In the afternoon, we will take a boat ride with live commentary of the highlights of the geological wonders, the rich cultural history and the diversity of this fascinating bay, situated in the heart of Gros Morne National Park, a “UNESCO” World Heritage Site. After a busy day, it will be nice to head back to hotel for a relaxing evening.
Stay overnight in Corner Brook, Newfoundland
Meal(s) – B

 

Day 9 – Corner Brook & Stephenville

(Wed) – Today, we will visit Captain James Cook National Site overlooking Corner Brook and the Bay of Islands before we visit our second last shop. After lunch we will head back towards Deer Lake but not without concluding our tour with a few more stops. The trip would not be complete without a Farewell Dinner, where we can talk and laugh about our adventures with new friends.
Stay overnight in Deer Lake, Newfoundland
Meal(s) – B D

Day 10 – Say Good bye

(Thurs) – After a fabulous 10 days, it will be time to share breakfast together one last time before we leave Newfoundland to return home and tell others of our wild adventures.
Meal(s) – B

 

*Subject to Change