• Day 1

    Outbound international flight to St John’s

    Start your journey with a brief sojourn in North America’s oldest city, St John’s, Newfoundland: a diminutive, remoteyet-sophisticated,  trendy metropolis known for its vivid multi-coloured rows of houses, cute boutiques and galleries, and dynamic, hip nightlife.

    Stay: The Luxus Boutique Hotel (1 night)​

    Your Stay

    The Luxus Boutique Hotel & Lounge

    This six-suite boutique hotel within steps of Harbourside Park and the National War Memorial boasts effortlessly cool design, a serene atmosphere, speakeasy-style cocktail lounge, and stunning views... making it well and truly worthy of five stars.

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  • Day 2

    St John's to Fogo Island

    Journey Time: 3 hours, 35 minutes (air, road & ferry)

    This morning, fly to the provincial town of Gander, once known as the ‘crossroads of the world’ due to its historic role as a major refuelling point along the Transatlantic aviation route. Then it’s a private transfer on to the car ferry that takes you across stunning Hamilton Sound to Fogo Island, and your home for the next three nights, the otherworldly
    Fogo Island Inn, perched at what seems to be the edge of the world.

    Stay: Fogo Island Inn (3 nights)​​​

    Your Stay

    Fogo Island Inn

    Situated along Iceberg Alley, at one of the four corners of the Earth, this futuristic feast for the eyes is one of those places that’s on everyone’s bucket list; with one-of-a-kind suites that open onto the plane'ts wildest, most powerful ocean.

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  • Day 3

    Fogo Island

    Just 45 minutes off mainland Newfoundland, Fogo Island is a fascinating, utterly remote destination where the elemental forces of rock, ice, wind, fire and sea have clashed for over 420 million years, carving out a landscape that resembles nowhere else on Earth.

    ​​Go on a full day of hiking with a local naturalist, geologist, or community host, choosing from 14 different trails – each offers their own set of challenges and rewards, and treats you to unique land-, sea-, wind- and icescapes of this island-off-an-island at North America’s outermost edge. Encounter carnivorous plants, edible wild berries
    and mushrooms, caribou, and puffins. Explore the island’s 10 thriving fishing communities, and hauntingly beautiful abandoned villages. And stop for a traditional Newfoundland ‘boil up’ over an open fire, enjoying hot tea, fresh fish and locally foraged berries.​​

  • Day 4

    Fogo Island

    Today head out on an oceanic adventure in search of icebergs and local wildlife from the comfort and safety of your state-of-theart fibre-glass vessel, complete with indoor and outdoor seating, washroom facilities and a second-level deck for enhanced wildlife viewing. Your tour is accompanied by tales of life on the island from your local expert captain, who’ll point out pods of minke, pilot and fin whales, and colonies of seabirds such as puffins, auks and turrs along Fogo Island’s craggy shores. ​

  • Day 5

    Fogo Island to Gros Morne

    Journey Time: 2 hours, 20 minutes

    Transfer back to Gander for your onward flight to Deer Lake, the gateway to Gros Morne National Park.

    Stay: Neddies Harbour Inn (2 nights)​​

  • Day 6

    Gros Morne National Park

    Start your guided exploration of Gros Morne National Park with an interpretation of the area’s natural and cultural history at the park’s discovery centre; then continue on a 45-minute boardwalk hike across a bog (known
    locally as a ‘mish’) leading you to Western Brook Pond. Here you’ll embark on a short journey over the waters of this fascinating land-locked fjord, and enjoy breathtaking views of dizzying waterfalls and 2000-foot granite cliffs along the way.

    Afterwards, the guided sightseeing continues through Gros Morne, hiking a trail through the famed Tablelands, often said to resemble Mars’ landscape more so than anywhere else on Earth. Enjoy sightings of seastacks, pillow lava, wild meadows, sea caves, and wild sheep. Finish your tour in the picturesque working fishing village of Trout River, wedged between Tablelands and the Gulf of St Lawrence. Enjoy a gentle walk along the boardwalk, perusing the wares of local craftspeople, and meeting the fishermen who will undoubtedly be supplying your dinner at one of the delicious, seafood restaurants in town. Then return to the hotel and relax after an exhausting , exhilarating day of adventure.​​

  • Day 7

    Gros Morne National Park to Deer Lake

    Depart Deer Lake for your onward international flight back to London.

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