Northeast Avalon Tour
- Escape the city on a scenic drive North along the coast
- See resident harp seals at the Ocean Sciences Centre
- Local and knowledgeable guide and modern transportation
Take a scenic drive North of St. John’s along the coast on the three-hour Northeast Avalon Tour. There are stops in Logy Bay-Outer Cove-Middle Cove, Flatrock, Pouch Cove and Bauline to take photographs, walk around, and explore the area. Experience unparalleled rugged landscape, explore coastal towns, and listen to stories about Newfoundland history and culture from your knowledgeable local guide.
Learn about the first Irish settlers to the Northeast Avalon and their continued influence on the area. From June to September, learn about marine life up close and see the resident harp seals at the Ocean Science Center. Walk along and comb the beach for rocks at Middle Cove beach. Learn about Pope John Paul II's visit to Flatrock in 1984.
Daily departures at 9:30am and 2:00pm from our gift shop at 284 Water Street. Reservation is required.
Adults - $89 plus tax
Seniors (65+) - $85 plus tax
Children - $69 plus tax
The meeting point is our gift shop and gallery at 284 Water Street in downtown St. John's. Reservation is required.
This tour runs with a minimum of four people. If less than four, then private tour rates apply.
How to book:
To book, please call 709-753-1497 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.