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  • One night accommodation + meals at Neddies Harbour Inn, Gros Morne
  • Return helicopter flight from Fogo Island to Gros Morne
  • Two days of sea, sky, and land adventures


Two days / One night


1-2 Guests $16,610 per person
4-6 Guests $23,860 per person

(HST included)
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Short on nature? We suggest the Long Range Mountains.

Take a morning flight by helicopter from Fogo Island into the heart of Gros Morne National Park. By car and ferry, the journey would take more than eight hours. But you’ll be there in less than 2 hours, which will feel like no time at all as you soak in the spectacular aerial views of rugged coastline, inland fjords, and the Long Range Mountains.

Upon arrival, guests will be hosted by Discover Mekapisk, Gros Morne’s first Indigenous tour. Journey back in time to experience Gros Morne National Park through the eyes of her first inhabitants, while in search of marine life and picture-perfect views.

This exclusive adventure will be led by a local Indigenous guide. Guests will be transported to an isolated cove in Bonne Bay aboard a sea-going Zodiac to explore Indigenous culture and history of the area.

To understand how the First Peoples lived, you will be guided to view the land from their perspective, to look to the sea with their needs in mind, and to hold the raw materials of their tools in your hands.

Surround yourself with nature during a short walk on a game trail to explore the plants and animals that sustained early human life. Take in the views from a headland, and search for the marine life that was so important to First Peoples in this area.

Try your hand at making fire using stone age tools, cooking Bannock, and roasting capelin over an open fire. Then gather round for tales of the triumphs and tragedies of our ancestors.

Savour a gourmet picnic lunch at a remote beach and epic views of the Tablelands, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for an unforgettable experience.

Following lunch, you’ll cruise by boat to the historic waterfront town of Woody Point. Visit the Parks Canada Discovery Centre to get stunning views of the park’s south side and beyond before you brush up your knowledge on the area’s geological anomalies.

Put that knowledge to use during a 4km guided walk along the Tablelands trail. Then venture into Winterhouse Brook Canyon to get panoramic views of the peridotite slopes, half a billion years in the making.

Finish the adventure with a visit to the traditional fishing village of Trout River along the coast of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Here you can sample some seafood hors d’oeuvres at the award-winning Seaside Restaurant, paired with a pint of Quidi Vidi Brewery’s famous Iceberg beer.

Guests can look forward to an incredible night’s rest at Neddies Harbour Inn, offering luxurious accommodations and ample peace and quiet set against the backdrop of a majestic national park.

The following day, guests can enjoy a revitalizing half-day hike up the fabled Gros Morne Mountain before hopping aboard the helicopter to head back to Fogo Island or travel directly to either Gander or Deer Lake international airports to catch a return flight home.

All of our itineraries are fully customizable to suit personal preferences, travel requirements, and budgets. Have a special request? Please get in touch.

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COVID-19 Awareness

Thanks to a robust public health response, and some of the highest vaccination rates in Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the safest destinations in the world. Our remote location, small population and large land mass ensures there is plenty of personal space and outdoor space for everyone.