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14 Day Canada Tour from St. John's to Deer Lake


14 days, 1 country and 15 cities


13 nights


13 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 7 Dinners


Wild beauty, hospitality, and centuries of maritime traditions await you on this Canadian tour. Each day brings a new adventure: meeting local fisherman, watching for whales and puffins, touring a nineteenth-century lighthouse, visiting a scallop farm and tasting your way around an Auk Island winery.

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14 days itinerary trip from St. John's to Deer Lake visiting 1 country and 15 cities

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Sightseeing highlights

Explore Trinity Walking Tour, Terra Nova National Park Guided Walk, Gander, Gros Morne National Park, L’ Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, Learn how to shuck a scallop at a working scallop farm, join a Screech-in Welcome Ceremony that will make you an honorary Newfoundlander.

Discover St. John's

Visit Cape Spear National Historic Site, Signal Hill National Historic Site, Cupid and Brigus Townships, Cape Bonavista, Red Bay National Historic Site, Point Amour Lighthouse, Port au Choix National Historic Site

Scenic Cruise along iconic Witless Bay and Gros Morne National Park

Scenic Drive along the rugged coastline of Western Newfoundland with a stop at the Arches Provincial Park

The Rooms Modern Cultural Center

Embark on an educational experience at The Rooms Cultural Center where you can enjoy the collection of exhibits and frequent events being held. 

See a Lighthouse in Cape Bonavista

Visit the Lighthouse on Cape Bonavista and see if you can spot whales, icebergs and puffins (in season).

Gander Beyond Words & 9/11 History

Join a local specialist for a tour around Gander, which served as inspiration for the international Broadway musical "Come from Away," Learn about the significant role this small Newfoundland community played during the 9/11 disaster.

Auk Island Winery

You'll love this tour and tasting experience at Auk Island Winery, savoring the flavors of Newfoundland berries and fruits.

Guided Walk at Gros Morne National Park

Join a local specialist on a guided walk of UNESCO- listed Gros Morne National Park. Enjoy a rare opportunity to walk upon the exposed Earth's mantle along the Tableland's Trail.

Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse

Visit the scenic Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse and breathe in the sea air.

L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site

Continue to L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site for a tour of the UNESCO-listed 11th century Viking settlement with a Local Specialist.

Point Amour Lighthouse

The must sees continue at Point Amour Lighthouse. You’ll stand in awe as you look up to the tallest lighthouse in Atlantic Canada on the limestone cliffs on the south coast of Labrador. You’ll unlock its history learning how it was built in 1857 by Canada to guide transatlantic steamship traffic down the Strait of Belle Isle. The lighthouse has figured prominently in the lives of the people of Southern Labrador for nearly 150 years. Today, guests can climb the 132 steps for panoramic views of the Strait of Belle Isle. 

Port aux Choix National Historical Site

Encounter a millennia of human history at the crossroads of four ancient cultures in Port aux Choix National Historic Site.

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