...this tour was an immersive experience — we may not have entered the water but we sure felt it, and it was thrilling! Before we even left Bay Bulls Harbour, we had encountered three Humpback Whales and watched countless diving Gannets vying for the same fishy food source.
It was one of those perfect summer days: the sun was shining, the birds chirping, and there wasn't a breath of wind. "We're going to Ferryland!" I exclaimed - my partner in crime and photographer was happy to oblige. Founded by Lord Baltimore in 1621, Ferryland is not only one of the most historic communities in Newfoundland, but in all of North America. Not a history buff? That's okay, Ferryland boasts some of the best coastal views in all of Newfoundland.
St. John’s is home to the oldest street in North America, and we’ve been welcoming adventurers from all corners of the world for over 500 years. Our city isn’t short of museums, galleries, historic sites, and unique attractions.
When planning a trip to Newfoundland and Labrador this Fall you may want to bring your binoculars.