St. Lunaire-Griquet, Newfoundland, Canada.
Our activities are designed to give you a Newfoundland experience. You can be your own guide, heave away in a kayak, and explore the local bays and inlets while taking in the sights, sounds and smells of Northern Newfoundland. You can also be a "hangashore" and opt for a guided ATV tour. Sit back and relax while travelling to remote places. Visit a local historic shipwreck, enjoy a driftwood fire on the beach, and walk endless beaches littered with unique treasures.
Northern Newfoundland is one of the most beautiful and unique places on earth. Our kayak rentals/tours and ATV sightseeing tours will bring you up close to local wildlife such as moose, bald eagles, or whales. In early summer ice berg sightings are a daily occurrence. The rugged land and seascapes provide endless opportunities for photography and a chance to relax and unwind in a tranquil setting . You can also access an isolated beach in your kayak and pitch your tent for the night.
Our goal is to provide you with the best and most unique experience we possibly can. We can answer your questions about the local area, direct you to other attractions or services, or provide other unique tours or adventures upon request. We can guide you on some of the local walking or hiking trails or you could spend the day Atlantic Salmon fishing .
You can rent a kayak, which Includes life jacket, paddle and beautiful scenery, or arrange a guided tour. Griguet has a sheltered harbour and is connected to other inlets and bays. It's an excellent place to kayak. You could spot icebergs early in the season, whales, sea birds and other wildlife. You can paddle through Dark Tickle and visit the resettled community of Fortune. There are many beaches to be explored. You can go ashore and light a fire or walk the islands while witnessing breathtaking scenery.
This guided tour takes you to Big Brook, a resettled fishing village, in a six seat side by side. Sit in relaxing comfort as we visit a ship wreck on the way. We also stop to explore miles of driftwood beaches and the treasures they wash up. The tour includes a traditional Newfoundland meal cooked right on the beach. The menu could include, "Padera", fresh cod and scrunchins, seafood chowder, Lobsters (if available), etc. Sit by an open fire or walk the beach while you wait for your supper.
We can accommodate between 2 and 5 people on this tour. It includes an ocean side ride with a visit to a resettled community, ship wreck, traditional sea food lunch, beautiful scenery and beaches, and possible whale or ice berg sightings.
Because of the nature of the tour, and its dependence on weather , it is difficult to book it in advance. Anyone booking this tour must be aware that it could be cancelled or altered due to weather without prior notice.
Kayak to Four Ears Island and pitch your tent for an overnight stay. As it's only inhabitants, you can hike the Island and explore the beautiful landscape and ocean vistas. Leisurely view ice bergs and whales and explore pristine rockscapes and beaches. We'll drop off your gear and pick it up when you are ready to return.
You must provide your own gear including tents, sleeping bags, camp stove, etc. We will transport your gear and provide water and camp fire wood.
We are located on the the main road in St. Lunaire-Griquet, Newfoundland on Route 436. Our location is just 10 minutes drive from L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, the only authentic Viking Site in North America. L'Anse aux Meadows is also a World UNESCO Heritage Site.
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