Cultural Immersion

St. John’s Gastronomy - Food lovers are truly at home in St. John’s. Fish and chip shops are found all over town, restaurants offer a fresh catch of the day, and lobster season affords smaller lobster with thicker shells and tastier meat. For dessert, chocoholics must visit the Newfoundland Chocolate Company. Using the finest local ingredients like native wild […]
Inuit Traditions - In the Labrador Inuit Territory of Nunatsiavut, most residents are Aboriginals whose ancestors hunted and fished there for thousands of years, following the caribou herds.  In Rigolet, the southern most Inuit community in the world, a long and prosperous history of fur trapping and fishing abounds.  Learn the unique tradition of weaving crafts made from […]
Land of Spirits - From the Inuktitut word Torngait meaning “place of spirits”, the Torngat Mountains have been home to Inuit and their predecessors for thousands of years.  Experience this sacred and beautiful land for yourself and see the archaeological evidence of an ancient presence, including tent rings, stone caribou fences, and burials grounds.  A little further south, you’ll […]
A Day of Culture at The Rooms - Immerse yourself in our culture at Newfoundland and Labrador’s largest public cultural space located in the heart of St. John’s. It’s the place where it all comes together – our history, heritage and artistic expression. The Rooms unites the Provincial Archives, Art Gallery and Museum. A place for people, The Rooms is a portal to […]
Zip Lining Adventure - Challenge yourself on the highest zipline in Canada! Located at the base of Marble Mountain Ski Resort – just ten minutes from dockside at the Port of Corner Brook – passengers from 8 to 80 will be thrilled with the spectacular view from 12 zip line platforms. At speeds of up to 50 miles per […]
Bon Appétit - Take stroll through the streets of Saint-Pierre to enjoy la joie de vivre! Fine cheeses, wine, and chocolate are just some of the French culinary delights awaiting you in the Archipelago. And just try to walk by a French pastry shop without going in! Before you cruise to Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, make sure you learn at least […]
A Day in France - Is France on your bucket list? There’s no need to go to Europe to see Europe. Cruise to Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon off Newfoundland’s coast. Claimed for France in 1536 by Jacques Cartier, and with a history that includes fishing and rumrunning, this Archipelago is not short on interesting stories. On a shore excursion bus tour of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, […]
Quidi Vidi Village - Quidi Vidi Village is a quaint fishing community still operating today in the heart of the City of St. John’s. Mallard Cottage, once the oldest cottage in North America, is now a restaurant based on the traditional food Newfoundland and Labrador. The Quidi Vidi Plantation has a year round artisan incubator, open to the public. […]
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