Newfoundland and Labrador August 2018 | Craig Travel

Newfoundland and Labrador August 2018

Newfoundland and Labrador
August 1, 2018 to August 12, 2018
12 Days
Meals:
22
Escorted By:
CT Rating 3 Moderately Challenging
3 Moderately Challenging

Email Sales Specialist Sharon to discuss your travel plans. 

Magnificent scenery, historical landmarks, quaint villages and friendly people - this tour has it all. There are a host of exciting places to visit and to enjoy, from the historic sites of St. John's to the rugged grandeur of Gros Morne National Park; from the stark landscape of Labrador to the quaint out-ports of Twillingate and the island’s north coast. This itinerary emphasizes the diversity and byways of Newfoundland and Labrador. As with all of our tours, we look after every travel detail. Your inclusive price covers most meals, great accommodations, all sightseeing, all gratuities, taxes and even the applicable HST. Once again we are operating this program in conjunction with McCarthy’s Party, a family based operation in St. John’s which has been welcoming visitors to Newfoundland for more than 30 years. They know the island best and will ensure a very warm welcome.

Waitlisted! Email Sharon to join our waitlist or pre-register for our 2019 departure!

CT Rating 3 Moderately Challenging
3 Moderately Challenging

This tour features a good deal of coach travel and visits to remote regions in Newfoundland and Labrador. There will be considerable walking over uneven surfaces. Please note that some of the hotels, while clean and comfortable, are relatively simple and rustic.

Highlights Inclusive Features
  • National Historic Park, Port Au Choix
  • Sir Wilfred Grenfell Mission House
  • L’Anse Aux Meadows, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Labrador and Red Bay Basque Whaling Station
  • Gros Morne Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Enjoy a traditional Newfoundland dinner
  • Delight in the quaint villages of Twillingate, Trinity and Bonavista
  • Avalon peninsula, Witless Bay and Cape Spear
  • St. John’s, oldest city in North America
  • Return economy group airfare to Deer Lake and from St. John’s
  • 11 nights in comfortable hotels as indicated or similar
  • 22 meals (shown as B - 11 breakfasts, L - 8 lunches, D - 3 dinners)
  • Water shuttle / tour Bonne Bay (weather permitting)
  • Ferry crossing to and from Labrador
  • Whale / puffin boat tour at Witless Bay Ecological Reserve
  • All gratuities, surcharges, taxes and fees for included services
  • Services of our Canadian tour leader / guide
  • Airport transfers in Canada or equivalent value with purchase of group airfare

Pricing

Tour Cost in Canadian dollars, per person
Departure LocationDeparture Price
Land Only (Join Deer Lake / Leave St. John’s)
$4,095
Toronto
$4,975
Ottawa / Montreal
$5,095
Winnipeg
$5,195
Regina / Saskatoon
$5,395
Calgary / Vancouver / Edmonton
$5,335
Victoria
$5,395
Single Supplement
$925

Prices from other cities are available on request. Tour prices are based on sharing a twin-bedded room at hotels and on a minimum 25 members. They are also based on rates, airfares, taxes and fees effective July 2017 and are subject to change due to factors beyond our control. Refer to Inclusive Features for details. Group to be escorted with a minimum of 25 travellers.

Pricing Details

Prices DO NOT INCLUDE the cost of insurance which is available and is highly recommended. Premiums vary with the cost, length of the trip, and the traveller’s age. For passengers up to and including 74 years on departure date, premiums will range from $245 to $314 pp plus applicable taxes. Cost supplements for travellers aged 75-85 will range from $182 to $355 pp plus applicable taxes.  This insurance is effective from the date of purchase and carries limitations on pre-existing medical conditions. Clients 86 years and older and/or clients residing outside Ontario - please contact our staff for procedures. Please discuss your insurance coverage prior to booking. Refer to the enrollment form for general terms and conditions

Deposit Amount:
$400
Final Payment Date:
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
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