Can Geo Adventures Logop AL Lwhite

small-ship expedition cruise

Newfoundland and Wild Labrador: A Torngat Mountains Adventure

July 8–22, 2024

Reference Code: ACCANGEO

© Dennis Minty

How to Book

Be sure to include the exclusive reference code when booking to claim all the Canadian Geographic Adventure offers and benefits.

Reference Code: ACCANGEO

To book, contact us at [email protected] or submit the Get a Quote form on our website.

Canadian Geographic Exclusive Offers and Benefits

Travelling with a purpose has never been so rewarding. Check out these exclusive offers and benefits of booking a Canadian Geographic Adventure.

  • Complimentary Canadian Geographic Magazine
  • Complimentary Canadian Geographic ball cap
  • On-board dinner hosted by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society with complimentary beverages
  • A portion of the fees from every Canadian Geographic Adventure booked is donated to the Royal Canadian Geographical Society to further its important programming

Get a Brochure

2024-2025 Can Geo cover

2024/25 Small-Ship Expeditions

Learn everything you need to know about small-ship expedition travel with Canadian Geographic and Adventure Canada:

  • Expedition highlights
  • Day-by-day stops
  • Travel experience
  • How to prepare for an expedition
Are you a Travel Advisor?*

Please read our Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy*
Email Marketing Consent
2024 2025 Can Geo sample cover

Download a Sample

Get an exclusive sneak peek of the Canadian Geographic Adventures 2024/25 Small-Ship Expeditions brochure.


Travel alongside Canadian Geographic ambassador, John Smol

John is a Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Biology at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada, where he also held the Canada Research Chair in Environmental Change.

Journey alongside John and deepen your knowledge of the complex interactions that shape our natural environment.

Learn more about John

John Smol Canadian Geographic headshot

© Canadian Geographic


2024 Newfoundland and Wild Labrador Map
  • Day 1: Saint-Pierre, France
  • Day 2-3: The South Coast Newfoundland, NL, Canada
  • Day 4: Gros Morne National Park & Woody Point
  • Day 5: Battle Harbour
  • Day 6: Labrador Coast
  • Day 7: Nain
  • Day 8: Hebron
  • Day 9-12: Torngat Mountains National Park
  • Day 13-14: Hudson Strait & Frobisher Bay
  • Day 15: Iqaluit, NU, Canada


Spend four days in Torngat Mountains National Park

Travel to one of the least-visited coastlines in the country—the Torngats are simply unbeatable! Marvel at the gorgeous fjords and wonderful wildlife sighting opportunities, including the possibility of both polar and black bears.

Some of the tallest mountains in Canada east of the Rockies form the backdrop to this national park, the only one initiated and staffed entirely by Inuit.

Torngats landscape

© Dennis Minty

Discover the fascinating history of Battle Harbour

This restored 19th-century fishing village is located on a small island in the Labrador Sea and was once the salt fish capital of the world.

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the rich history as you explore the National Historic District. Walk in the footsteps of traditional fishermen and merchants, and experience life as it was in the 1800s.

Battle harbour view

© Dennis Minty

Experience Inuit culture in Nain, the capital of Nunatsiavut

Stop in at the historic Moravian church and learn about its history, listen to the brass band, and visit Illusuak—the stunning new cultural centre by the waterfront in Nain.

Many of our expedition team members call Nain home. You’ll have the opportunity to explore their community through walking tours and scenic hikes, as you create meaningful cultural connections.

Welcomed by trumpets

© Dennis Minty

Hike through incredible geology

Stretch your legs at Gros Morne National Park. Witness for yourself the spectacular Tablelands, a six-hundred-metre plateau that forms one of the world’s best examples of exposed mantle.

Soak in the extraordinary views of beautiful Bonne Bay and be sure to take time to explore the park’s excellent interpretation centre and the town of Woody Point.

Tryagain table lands view

© Scott Forsyth

Learn More About Adventure Canada

Adventure Canada’s goal is to help every traveller become an enthusiastic ambassador for the regions and the cultures we visit. We believe travel is an opportunity to enrich people’s lives. And we believe getting to know the world is one way of becoming a better global citizen.

What are our travellers saying?