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Gros Morne National Park


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Enjoy a full day outing, including a delicious, local, seafood lunch, to view some of the most magnificent scenery in Newfoundland.
  • Magnificent scenery.

  • UNESCO World Heritage site location.

  • Delicious local, seafood lunch.

Enjoy a full-day outing into some of the best scenic, natural, and cultural sites Newfoundland has to offer. Experience open spaces, rugged scenery, and unique cultures of Gros Morne National Park, as well as a local seafood lunch. 

Begin your tour with a drive along the scenic Bay of Islands to Gros Morne National Park, keeping an eye out for wildlife en route. The park extends across 700 square miles, and its complex geology, and biological diversity has earned it a place as a UNESCO World Heritage site. It was here that the theory of plate tectonics was proven, and evidence of these geological movements can be seen at Table Plateau. 

Visit the coastal communities of Norris Point and Lobster Cove for a seaside walk and local seafood lunch. Explore these small fishing communities and learn about life in this remote part of Canada. Admire views of the colossal Gros Morne Mountain peak on the horizon, comprising of dramatic frost-shattered rock before returning to the ship.

Practical information

  • Language: English.

  • Included: Seafood sampler lunch consisting of seafood in season, salad and Newfoundland berry dessert. Tea or Coffee. 

  • Remarks/requirements: Appropriate warm layered clothing and comfortable shoes. This tour involves drives of approximately 2 hours to/from Gros Morne national park. 

  • Walking information: Short distance to local sites.  

  • Wheelchair accessible: No.

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