Drive the scenic coastal highway through Labrador Villages and spend time at historic sites of Labrador.
Drive the Labrador Coastal highway
Visit the Labrador Visitor centre and Labrador Straits Museum
Enjoy real Labrador cuisine in a delicious lunch
Professional English speaking guide
Level 1: Easy - suitable for most people
Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
The tour begins in Red Bay, home to Red Bay’s National Historic Site and continues along the scenic coastal highway through Labrador villages. Receive an orientation to Labrador Coastal Drive at the Gateway to Labrador Visitor Centre in L'Anse au Clair. This building was the community's first church (built in 1909 by volunteers) and was totally restored in 1992. Interior and exterior exhibits display the historical, cultural and natural heritage of Labrador Coastal Drive. Also visit the Labrador Straits Museum which explores the recent history of the Labrador coast. Exhibits focus on settlement over the past 150 years with special emphasis on the role of women in our history. Experience real Labrador Cuisine at a local Restaurant which will include traditional Labrador dish recipes with local berry deserts. Prior to returning to the ship, visit the Red Bay National Historic Site dedicated to the legacy of Basque whalers who spent their summers harvesting Bowhead and Right Whales many centuries ago.
Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Requirements: Comfortable walking shoes are recommended