An Outdoor Adventure

 

Plan your Newfoundland hunting trip with us, and we’ll help you enjoy even more outdoors adventures on ‘The Rock.’

We help clients hunt with high success rates in pristine Newfoundland & Labrador. And there are so many more ways to explore this beautiful province, which you can add on to your trip. Our expert guides and staff custom-make your ultimate adventure in Newfoundland & Labrador, both on and off the hunting field.

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Photos ©Dennis Minty, ©Barrett & MacKay Photo and provided courtesy of Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism

 

Icebergs

Newfoundland’s biggest tourist attraction is the 10,000-year old broken glacier pieces drifting along the shoreline in every shape, size and color. They have various colors from snow-white to aquamarine. Some of them are the size of a car or a house, but there are smaller island-size white monsters too, coming from Greenland and the Arctic.

Tons of icebergs are hauled in and used at local breweries to make the most famous Iceberg products. 

The most notorious berg had caused over 1,500 people death in 1912, sinking the Titanic only 400 miles away from the Newfoundland shoreline.

Our boat-tour operator partners go out daily all season long to show these natural beauties.

Hiking

 Remarkably, there are about 300 hiking and walking trails in Newfoundland in a total of 29,000 km length. All those hiking trails are built along natural wonders of the most stunning shorelines. Over the spring and summer, the tourists can see icebergs, whales, seabirds and mammals as walking through the unspoiled boreal wilderness. In the fall, one can pick berries or mushrooms while enjoying the fall’s mild weather and fascinating colors. Themed foodie hikes and walking festivals attract people to Newfoundland from across the world.

Whales

If you’re looking for the perfect location for an eventful whale watching tour, look no further than the magnificent coasts of Newfoundland and Labrador. The largest recorded population of the famous humpback whales gather here each year to feed on squid, capelin and krill found along the shorelines. There are 21 more species of whales and dolphins also observed at this time, including the minke whale, orca, and blue whale. Throughout May until September, you can watch them feed, enjoy the water and even breach, near the coast. Witnessing these powerful animals is an unforgettable adventure for any nature-lover, either from the deck of an expedition boat, the seat of your sea kayak, or a winding sea side trail. 

Bird Watching

By estimates, about 35 million birds coming for nesting or living year round in the island of Newfoundland. Many of the bird islands along the shore give nesting grounds for millions of puffins, gannets, murres, and kittiwakes. 

There are about 800 pairs of bald eagle that also nest here, forming one of the biggest eagle population in North-America.

Taking an Eco-boat tour is the most popular way to see these bird colonies, while more adventurous watchers can paddle closer by a guided kayak trip. There are also a few unique location where tourists can have a close glimpse of nesting birds from the land with good binoculars.

Start Your Adventure

We’re ready to answer all your questions and help you plan your Newfoundland & Labrador adventure. Please email us at passionandprey@gmail.com, call 709-769-5444 or use the message box below with any inquiries, or to request pricing information or a complete quote.

Start Your Adventure

We’re ready to answer all your questions and help you plan your Newfoundland & Labrador adventure. Please email us at passionandprey@gmail.com, call 709-769-5444 or use the message box below with any inquiries, or to request pricing information or a complete quote.

More Ways To Enjoy The Most Easterly Province

We’re crazy about hunting, but it’s not the only way to enjoy this beautiful province. Explore your many options below.

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