Newfoundland, Sea Kayaking, Kayaking, Icebergs, Hiking & Whale Watching Tours
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50 Monkstown Rd.
St. John's, Nfld. Canada. A1C 3T3
If you visit the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve we can recommend
the Whalewatcher B&B where you can see puffins whales and icebergs from your bedroom window!
Welcome to Newfoundland Coastal Safari
UNFORGETABLE NEWFOUNDLAND WILDERNESS ADVENTURES
Coastal Safari an 8-day tour
begining and ending in St. John's. All inclusive tour includes two
nights four-star B&Bs, meals and transportation. Five days at the
Coastal Safari camp where you
live with the rhythm of sun,
moon and tides, kayaking,
hiking, fishing and exploring the wilderness. Our gourmet cuisine features seafood
harvested onsite – don’t forget the wine and hot showers!
Fortune Bay Explorer
We operate Newfoundland's only luxury
wilderness adventure safari tent camp. Escape the mainstream car/drive
itinerary and travel with us to a wilderness camp beyond roads, cell
phones, blackberries and stress.
Enjoy hiking, sea kayaking, fishing and wildlife watching while you
spend a week living amongst caribou, eagles, whales, icebergs, and
Our trips to the Coastal Safari Camp leave from Harbour Mille a traditional Newfoundland outport. .
On the journey across Fortune Bay you can expect to see puffins, gannets, shearwaters, murres, bald eagles, ospreys, as well as whales, porpoises and dolphins.
We find the dolphins are
especially interesting because they are interested in us and usually
come over to check us out. Later in the summer expect to see migrants
from tropical waters such as bluefin
tuna and giant
The area around
the Coastal Safari camp is also home to one of the densest
concentration of Bald Eagles in Eastern North America. They are your
constant companions throughout the day perched in tall trees along the
shoreline and soaring high above. There are three breeding pairs nearby
and you can expect to wake up to
the sound of young eagles crying for
learn more send us an email call us at
1-877-888-3020 or click
here at Reservations
Here’s what others have to say about Coastal Safari:
"...What can we say to our hosts? You shared not just an extraordinary landscape, a powerful history, and a long standing way of life - you share parts of your life. I walk or paddle away considerably richer.” Dr. Robert Vonderosten
“ .... Our time spent with
Coastal Safari was the highlight of our entire trip to Newfoundland....
you seem to have found the perfect mix of rustic and comfort.....I
think what was most important was that we felt like we had escaped from
the quaint tourist stuff and found a few days of substance. I
particularly enjoyed the hike through the abandoned communities. The
image of Newfoundland presented to the rest of Canada bears little
resemblance to the real thing, and I really appreciated our glimpses
into what it must have been like through the years.
globeandmail.com, Saturday, August 31,
To learn more send us an email call us at 1-877-888-3020 or click here at Reservations
Iceberg off St. John's 31 May 2007.
Newfoundland birding info: nf.birds
St. John's Airport
The official Newfoundland government online road map
A really useful resource for visitors is The City of St. John's Tourism section which contains for example a list of all car rental companies in Newfoundland.
tourism website: newfoundlandandlabradortourism.com
If you visit
the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve we can recommend the Whalewatcher B&B
where you can see puffins whales and icebergs from your bedroom window!
realtime highway conditions and weather in Newfoundland and Labrador
weather and highway cameras click
A You tube walk
around St. John's
This is a young moose, there are a lot bigger ones out there.
A great video of
young musicians playing traditional Newfoundland music
The marine weather forecast for the Coastal Safari Camp
Many of our
guests go on to Trinity we recommend Campbell House a
4 star B&B.
Anna with her new boat under construction.
Coast Tide Tables
The Canadian Broadcasting System (CBC)
The newsblog of well known Nfld photo journalist Greg Locke
Newfoundland restaurant reviews by CBC TV personality Karl Wells.
The Whale Release and Stranding Group
Robert Parson's Newfoundland Shipwreck Page
The 2001 Fortune Bay Sea Monster.
Copyright © 2008 by Newfoundland Eco Adventure Tours Ltd. Any reproduction of the material in these web site documents is forbidden without express written consent from the owners. Images on this site by: Leona Ottenheimer, Bill Montevecchi, Jerry Colbert, Allie Cumming, Henny Buffinga, Anna Buffinga, Mona Shahwan El-Tahan, Bob Warren, Barb MsIsaac, Mark Shreve and Dave Clark.Our apologies to our guests who sent pictures but are not mentioned. You are not forgotten!