Newfoundland Adventure: Eastbound

7 Days | Find nature and marvel at waterfalls, wildlife and a glacier-carved fjord in Newfoundland

4 out of 5 based on 5 reviews submitted.
EUR €2,815
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It's time to explore North America’s most north-easterly point, where the dramatic coastline, mighty fjords and wonderful wildlife will take your breath away. With a knowledgeable leader to guide the way, you’ll experience a landscape that has been shaped by the elements over thousands of years, hike easy yet spectacular trails, and enjoy delicious picnic lunches surrounded by the splendour of Newfoundland’s famous scenery. Watch huge icebergs bob past the town known as “The Iceberg Capital of the World” in the spring, go whale watching, and spot puffins at one of North America’s best viewing sites.

Trip overview

Map of Newfoundland Adventure: Eastbound including Canada
Deer Lake, Canada
St. John's, Canada
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Min 15
Group size
Min 1 - Max 12
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Why you'll love this trip
  • Take in superb coastal views as you enjoy a delicious picnic lunch followed by a hike along the Skerwink Trail, one of the North America’s best trails.
  • Marvel at Western Brook Pond, the spectacular glacier-carved landlocked fjord, during a scenic boat tour that gets you closer to nature.
  • Take a boat tour through pristine waters surrounding Twillingate, keeping an eye out for whales, seabirds and more.
  • Watch puffins at Elliston’s renowned viewing site which offers one of the closest land views of these birds in North America.
  • Wander the ancient landscape at UNESCO World Heritage listed Gros Morne National Park and marvel at tumbling waterfalls and towering cliffs.
  • By travelling on this trip, you’ll directly support our Intrepid Foundation partner, Water First. Donations support their work to provide critical clean, safe water for indigenous communities in Canada.

Is this trip right for you?
  • Some of the best scenery in Newfoundland is found on hikes. So, while this trip doesn't require a high level of fitness, it’s essential to be at least moderately fit if you want to partake in all activities.
  • This itinerary also runs in reverse, from St. John's to Deer Lake:


Map of Newfoundland Adventure: Eastbound including Canada



6 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 1 dinner


Private Vehicle, boat


Hotel (1 night), Bed & Breakfast (2 nights), Inn (1 night), Cabin (2 nights)

  • Rocky Harbour - Lobster Cove Lighthouse visit
  • Rocky Harbour - Local Dinner with Screech In Ceremony
  • Gros Morne National Park - Walk
  • Gros Morne NP - Western Brook Pond Boat Tour
  • Twillingate - Seabird & Whale watching boat tour
  • Trinity - Skerwink Trail hike - Free
  • Bonavista - Lighthouse visit
  • Elliston - Puffin viewing
  • St. John’s – Leader led walking tour

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Important notes

1. Your adventure begins with a welcome meeting at 10 am. Please make your own way to the Joining Point Hotel listed in the Essential Trip Information for this itinerary. After the welcome meeting, the group will depart from Deer Lake for Gros Morne National Park.
2. Please be careful when booking flights from St. John's, Newfoundland; make sure you fly from St. John's Airport [YYT]. Please do not book flights from Saint John, New Brunswick [YSJ] as this is in another province.
3. Your adventure ends on Day 7 after breakfast. There are no activities included on that day.
4. A single supplement is available for this trip. The single supplement applies to all nights on your trip and is subject to availability. Please speak to your booking agent for further information.

Essential Trip Information

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4 out of 5 based on 5 reviews submitted.
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Terresa · Traveled May 2024
I highly recommend this trip. Simon was an excellent guide- very knowledgeable, organized and accommodating to group requests. Newfoundland was even more beautiful than I expected. The boat rides, lighthouses, hikes, and natural beauty on this trip are 100% worth the difficulties in getting to Newfoundland! I would love to go back anytime.
Review submitted 06 Jun 2024

Anne Marie · Traveled May 2024
Newfoundland never disappoints! Because this tour relies heavily on viewing natural phenomenon, be prepared to not see popular natural attractions, including wildlife and icebergs, even if they are technically 'in season'. If you are the first or last tours of the season, be prepared for most tourist attractions and commercial businesses in small communities to be closed or have limited service. Also bring lots of warm clothes!
Review submitted 28 May 2024

Colette · Traveled July 2023
Intrepid says they always hire local guides. It is what they are known for. They did not have a local guide on this trip. Buyer beware. I am so, so disappointed.
Review submitted 03 Aug 2023

Megan · Traveled June 2023
Review submitted 04 Jul 2023

Gemma · Traveled June 2023
A great way to explore Newfoundland. Simon was an excellent Tour Leader and seeing the puffins and icebergs were real once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
Review submitted 12 Jun 2023
Newfoundland Adventure: Eastbound
EUR €2,815