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Newfoundland and Labrador

Sunday, September 06, 2020

Price per person: $4995.00

Walking Guide 3

Walking Guide 3 requires moderate amount of walking possibly on uneven surfaces; longer and shorter days; possible air travel with long walks to terminal gates.

Visit Cupid’s Cove Plantation, see Long Point Lighthouse, cruise the soaring fjords and mountains towering over beaches, bogs, forests and barren cliffs and visit a Viking encampment with Viking interpreters showing you the recreated base camp.

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Newfoundland and Labrador

September 6-17, 2020 | 12 days

Pickup: Lancaster, Ephrata    Times pending

Price per person: $4,995 Double    $6,294 Single
Deposit – $200 per person at registration
**Trip Protection – $249 per person additional due at registration

Includes round-trip airfare, airport transfers from Lancaster

Avoid $ loss; purchase Trip Protection Plan**

11 breakfasts    1 lunch    6 dinners

♦Passport Booklet (valid 6 months after tour’s return) is required♦

This tour is being offered in cooperation with Mayflower Tours.

Day 1 *Transfer to Newark International Airport for flight to St. John’s *Meet your Tour Manager in the hotel lobby

Day 2 *Take a narrated tour of St. John’s, including Signal Hill, where Guglielmo Marconi received the world’s first transatlantic wireless signal in 1901 *See the Basilica of St. John’s and the community for Quidi Vidi and Cape Spear Lighthouse *Cruise through the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve to see numerous whales, puffins and other seabird species (B, L)

Day 3 *See Hawthorne Cottage, home of Arctic explorer Captain Bob Bartlett, who took Robert Peary to the North Pole in 1909 *Visit Cupid’s Cove Plantation, learning the history of the colonists *Stop at Heart’s Content Cable Station, site of the first permanent telegraph cable connecting Europe and North America (B,D)

Day 4 *Stop at Cape Bonavista Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site *See the John Cabot Statue, marking the location where the Venetian navigator landed in 1491 *Visit the Georgian Lester-Garland House to learn the ties between Newfoundland and England (B)

Day 5 *Travel through ragged-shaped Terra Nova National Park with its inlets, forest and bogs *Drive to Twillingate, making scenic photo stops en route *Visit the museum of the 47-foot tall Long Point Lighthouse and opt to climb to the top *Arrive in Gander (B, D)

Day 6 *Discover Central Newfoundland, from Aboriginal cultures to 20th century industrial development at the Mary March Provincial Museum Displays include artifacts from the ancient Maritime Archaic Indians to the Europeans who settled here. *Arrive at Rocky Harbour, the gateway to Gros Morne National Park (B)

Day 7 *Venture into Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, seeing spectacular mountain ranges, geological wonders and fishing communities *Cruise the soaring fjords and mountains towering over beaches, bogs, forest and barren cliffs *Enjoy local entertainers for a unique Newfoundland tradition (B, D)

Day 8 *Visit L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site where Norse expeditions sailed from Greenland and built a small Viking encampment and see costumed Viking interpreters show you the recreated base camp with original artifacts (B, D)

Day 9 *Sail across the Strait of Belle Isle to Labrador and Red Bay National Historic site, established in the mid-16th century by Basque whalers *See original Basque artifacts, remains, and restored “chalupa” (boat) (B, D)

Day 10 *Ferry back to “The Rock” and follow the coast to Port aux Choix National Historic Site, viewing prehistoric artifacts from four ancient Aboriginal cultures that inhabited Newfoundland’s rugged northwest coast before coming to Corner Brook (B)

Day 11 *Take a highlight tour of Corner Brook, showing you Humber Arm, the Bay of Islands and Frenchmen’s Cove *Make a photo stop at Lark Harbour known for its spectacular views before coming to the Captain James Cook National Historic Site, which overlooks the city and the wide Humber Arm of the Bay of Islands *Visit the Butterfly House before dinner and a private concert by local entertainers (B, D)

Day 12 *Depart Corner Brook with a group transfer to the Deer Lake Regional Airport for flights to the US and transfer to Lancaster (B)

 

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