Celebrate the Flavours of Newfoundland
Indulge in Newfoundland cuisine, culture, and tradition on an expedition certified by the Ocean Wise Seafood Program.
A Team Effort
We’re inspired to be teamed up with leading food organizations and champions in developing culturally and environmentally regenerative tourism programs. Together, we have a deep belief and operating ethic that “locals know best” and that it takes a whole village to build a healthy food system.
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October 2–12, 2019
- Day 1: St. John’s
- Day 2–3: Northeast coast
- Day 4: L’Anse aux Meadows
- Day 5: Red Bay
- Day 6: Gros Morne National Park & Woody Point
- Day 7–8: Southern coast
- Day 9: Miawpukek (Conne River)
- Day 10: Saint-Pierre, France
- Day 11: St. John’s
Explore the Restored Viking Habitation at L’Anse aux Meadows
The only authenticated Norse archaeological site in all of North America, L’Anse aux Meadows, at the northern tip of Newfoundland, is a must-see.
Visit the Mi’kmaq Vibrant Community
The Mi’kmaq of Miawpukek are a proud and resilient people of this land before it was Newfoundland. We visit their vibrant community to meet the people and learn more about their traditions, culture and food.
Experience Newfoundland Hospitality All Around the Island
Newfoundland is famous for fishing, music, poetry, storytelling, folk art—and amazingly welcoming people. At every stop along the way, local people share their own special relationship with their island home.