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Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland & Labrador: Gros Morne & the Northern Peninsula

Gain a deeper understanding of Newfoundland and Labrador as you visit coastal villages, explore national parks, discover a Viking settlement and learn the story of this ancient region.
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Program No. 19794RJ
Length
11 days
Starts at
3,049
Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland & Labrador: Gros Morne & the Northern Peninsula

Gain a deeper understanding of Newfoundland and Labrador as you visit coastal villages, explore national parks, discover a Viking settlement and learn the story of this ancient region.
Length
11 days
Starts at
3,049
Program No. 19794 RJ
Prefer to enroll or inquire by phone? 800-454-5768
climate
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itinerary
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The itinerary for this program is different on certain dates.
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DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Jun 5 - Jun 15, 2021
Starting at
3,049
Itinerary Note

Newfoundland is one of the best places in the world to view icebergs. Each year an average of 250 icebergs drift along in the cold waters of the Labrador Current and into Iceberg Alley. The best time of year to see icebergs is between the spring and early summer season; the best places will be on the ferry to and from Labrador and off the coast of St. Anthony.

Jun 19 - Jun 29, 2021
Starting at
3,099
Itinerary Note

Newfoundland is one of the best places in the world to view icebergs. Each year an average of 250 icebergs drift along in the cold waters of the Labrador Current and into Iceberg Alley. The best time of year to see icebergs is between the spring and early summer season; the best places will be on the ferry to and from Labrador and off the coast of St. Anthony.

Jul 3 - Jul 13, 2021
Starting at
3,099
Itinerary Note

Newfoundland is one of the best places in the world to view icebergs. Each year an average of 250 icebergs drift along in the cold waters of the Labrador Current and into Iceberg Alley. The best time of year to see icebergs is between the spring and early summer season; the best places will be on the ferry to and from Labrador and off the coast of St. Anthony.

Jul 17 - Jul 27, 2021
Starting at
3,199
Itinerary Note

Independent arrival Deer Lake, 1 night; coach to Cow Head (Gros Morne National Park), 2 nights; coach to Hawke's Bay, 1 night; Ferry, coach and boat to Battle Harbour, NL, 2 nights; coach to L’Anse-au-Clair, 1 night; Ferry and coach to St. Anthony, 2 nights; coach to Deer Lake, 1 night; departure.

Jul 31 - Aug 10, 2021
Starting at
3,199
Itinerary Note

Independent arrival Deer Lake, 2 nights; coach to Cow Head (Gros Morne National Park), 1 night; coach to Hawke's Bay, 1 night; Ferry, coach and boat to Battle Harbour, NL, 2 nights; coach to L’Anse-au-Clair, 1 night; Ferry and coach to St. Anthony, 2 nights; coach to Deer Lake, 1 night; departure.

Aug 14 - Aug 24, 2021
Starting at
3,199
DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Jun 5 - Jun 15, 2021
Starting at
3,679
Itinerary Note

Newfoundland is one of the best places in the world to view icebergs. Each year an average of 250 icebergs drift along in the cold waters of the Labrador Current and into Iceberg Alley. The best time of year to see icebergs is between the spring and early summer season; the best places will be on the ferry to and from Labrador and off the coast of St. Anthony.

Jun 19 - Jun 29, 2021
Starting at
3,729
Itinerary Note

Newfoundland is one of the best places in the world to view icebergs. Each year an average of 250 icebergs drift along in the cold waters of the Labrador Current and into Iceberg Alley. The best time of year to see icebergs is between the spring and early summer season; the best places will be on the ferry to and from Labrador and off the coast of St. Anthony.

Jul 3 - Jul 13, 2021
Starting at
3,729
Itinerary Note

Newfoundland is one of the best places in the world to view icebergs. Each year an average of 250 icebergs drift along in the cold waters of the Labrador Current and into Iceberg Alley. The best time of year to see icebergs is between the spring and early summer season; the best places will be on the ferry to and from Labrador and off the coast of St. Anthony.

Jul 17 - Jul 27, 2021
Starting at
3,829
Itinerary Note

Independent arrival Deer Lake, 1 night; coach to Cow Head (Gros Morne National Park), 2 nights; coach to Hawke's Bay, 1 night; Ferry, coach and boat to Battle Harbour, NL, 2 nights; coach to L’Anse-au-Clair, 1 night; Ferry and coach to St. Anthony, 2 nights; coach to Deer Lake, 1 night; departure.

Jul 31 - Aug 10, 2021
Starting at
3,829
Itinerary Note

Independent arrival Deer Lake, 2 nights; coach to Cow Head (Gros Morne National Park), 1 night; coach to Hawke's Bay, 1 night; Ferry, coach and boat to Battle Harbour, NL, 2 nights; coach to L’Anse-au-Clair, 1 night; Ferry and coach to St. Anthony, 2 nights; coach to Deer Lake, 1 night; departure.

Aug 14 - Aug 24, 2021
Starting at
3,829

At a Glance

The Northern Peninsula and Southern Labrador are places where nature's forces are stripped raw to meet in a dramatic contest of rock and water — get an intimate view of this magnificent landscape, its wildlife and its remote coastal communities.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Walking up to two miles per day on uneven terrain; some stairs.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Cross the Strait of Belle Isle by ferry and journey along the Labrador Coast, exploring historic villages, Red Bay National Historic Site, Battle Harbour Historic District and Point Amour Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site.
  • Meet a local expert at L'Anse-aux-Meadows National Historic Site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for an in-depth presentation on the only authenticated Viking Settlement in North America.
  • Explore Gros Morne National Park, renowned for its spectacular landscapes and uncrowded spaces.
Featured Expert
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Tony Oxford
A native of Newfoundland, Tony Oxford grew up in Little Bay Islands during the last years of the Labrador salt cod fishery. A school administrator for 30 years, Tony is a natural teacher who is happy to answer any questions you have about language and expressions. Tony has been in the music industry for more than 25 years and has recorded several light rock and country albums.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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A native of Newfoundland, Tony Oxford grew up in Little Bay Islands during the last years of the Labrador salt cod fishery. A school administrator for 30 years, Tony is a natural teacher who is happy to answer any questions you have about language and expressions. Tony has been in the music industry for more than 25 years and has recorded several light rock and country albums.
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Vikings, The North Atlantic Saga
by William Fitzhugh (Editor), Elisabeth Ward (Editor)
An extensively illustrated volume of Viking culture, history and exploration that focuses especially on voyages to North America. Published in conjunction with a Smithsonian exhibit, it features essays and 400 color photographs.
A Traveller's History of Canada
by Robert Bothwell
A readable and admirably concise march through Canadian history from prehistory to today, including a timeline.
Cod, A Biography of a Fish That Changed the World
by Mark Kurlansky
A sparkling extended essay on the cod, looking at the importance of the fish to cuisine and history, as well as to Scandinavian, American and Canadian commerce.
Island, The Complete Stories
by Alistair MacLeod
Raised in Cape Breton, Alistair MacLeod writes of family, the pull of old Gaelic traditions, love and the landscape and folkways of Nova Scotia in this collection of 16 stories. Winner of the Pen/Malamud Award.
The Far Traveler, Voyages of a Viking Woman
by Nancy Marie Brown
Brown's intriguing account of the life of the young Viking woman Gudrid sheds light on early Norse settlements in Iceland, Newfoundland and beyond. It's an archaeological mystery, a history of ancient seamanship and a biography all rolled into one.
This Marvellous Terrible Place, Images of Newfoundland and Labrador
by Yva Momatiuk, John Eastcott
This portrait of Newfoundland, compiled by two accomplished photojournalists, combines color photographs and oral histories of the area.
The Bird Artist
by Howard Norman
Memorably set in a remote coastal village in 1911, this vivid book is the tale of an odd local man who murdered the lighthouse keeper. It's as much about human character and motivation as it is about Newfoundland.
The Boat Who Wouldn't Float
by Farley Mowat
A laugh-out-loud account of Mowat's determination to refurbish and sail a clunky old boat in the not-always-forgiving waters of Newfoundland.
Baltimore's Mansion
by Wayne Johnston
A memoir and history of the author's family in remote coastal Newfoundland, including his father's days as a codfish-taster.
The Day the World Came to Town, 9/11 In Gander, Newfoundland
by Jim Defede
When thirty-eight jetliners bound for the United States were forced to land in Gander, Newfoundland, on September 11, 2001, due to the closing of United States airspace, the citizens of this small community were called upon to come to the aid of more than six thousand displaced travelers.
True North
by Lawrence Millman (Introduction), Elliott Merrick
Merrick's 1933 ode to Labrador, a warmly detailed, affectionate account of abandoning city life for the wilderness, his experiences living and working with trappers and settlers, and the nurse he met and married.
The Atlantic Coast, A Natural History
by Harry Thurston
Thurston illuminates the geology, plant and animal life and nature of the Atlantic coast from Newfoundland and Labrador through the Maritime Provinces and the Northeastern United States south to Cape Hatteras in this illustrated, engaging survey.
A Field Guide to North Atlantic Wildlife
by Noble S. Proctor, Patrick J. Lynch (Illustrator)
A comprehensive pocket guide to commonly encountered marine mammals, seabirds and other marine life of Northeastern North America, from North Carolina to Newfoundland and the Canadian Maritimes.
Sweetland
by Michael Crummey
Facing the prospect of losing his land, the fierce, enigmatic Moses Sweetland recalls stories about his home, a village founded by his ancestors on a storm-battered island in Newfoundland.
Theatre of Fish, Travels Through Newfoundland and Labrador
by John Gimlette
A rollicking account of Gimlette's adventures in Newfoundland and Labrador on the trail of a great-great grandfather. It's a witty tale, soaked in fishy history, myth, lore and incident.
Sylvanus Now
by Donna Morrissey
Morisette writes with authority of the struggles of cod fishermen and their families in a remote coastal village in the 1950s in this third novel of maritime Newfoundland.





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