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Indigenous Newfoundland 

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Accessibility for All Abilities


Touring this beautiful area is not limited to just the summer months. We operate during the spring and late fall which can provide an amazing alternative to mid season rush. Nature offers an experience you least expect. Join us in a comfortable informative experiential tour as we share with you our back yard.

On the hunt for that perfect memory? Spring can offer the potential to get a glimpse of young wildlife learning their survival skills, caribou herds migrating on the barrens and snow still clinging to the mountains on high. Maybe you want to see those amazing colours, leaves changing and the crisp fall air as you investigate this unique backdrop of Gros Morne National Park.


Although we cannot guarantee wildlife sightings you can still immerse yourself in the natural beauty, storytelling and indigenous Newfoundland culture of this wonderful land.

Experiential indigenous culture, Newfoundland traditions and the great outdoors.

Accessibility for all abilities.


A smooth and relaxing excursion offering accessibility for all abilities,  if you can get into our vehicles then you can go! 

Ideal for those looking to escape the large groups, immerse yourself into guided experiential tourism in places seen only by a select few. 

All  without the hiking and includes lots of exploring.



Tours

Eastern Arm Look About

Oonamaki Roots

2 hours

Oonamaki is the traditional ancient name for our traditional Mi'kmaq territory of what is now known as Cape Breton Island and Newfoundland.


This guided indigenous cultural tour allows you to relax in the comfort of small group setting, explore remote locations capturing views of Gros Morne National Park seldom seen by visitors. You will have an opportunity to view the medicines of the local area, mountains, ponds and potential wildlife sightings. Hear storytelling throughout this tour about our local traditions and Indigenous culture as we share the experiences of hunting, fishing, forging and how these traditions have changed.


Accessible for all abilities! 



Adults - $ 125.00 + tax        Children (15 & under) - $100.00               Children (5 & Under) - Free

Bookings prior to April 1 will receive a 5% discount

Lunch on the Barrens

3 hours

Storytelling of elders and survival in this vast wilderness. A guided indigenous cultural tour which showcases remote views of Gros Morne National Park and wild Newfoundland beauty. Travel through the tree line,  breakout into spectacular views of Eastern arm pond and a Fjord beyond, as we move deeper into the back county. Each tour complements the visitor, making the experience unique. Lunch on the barren where you realize we are alone, breathing fresh air, sweet smells of nature, no noise and views like no other. Let your experience begin!


Accessible for all abilities! 



Adults - $ 160.00 + tax        Children (15 & under) - $135.00               Children (5 & Under) - Free (share parents meal)

Bookings prior to April 1 will receive a 5% discount

Face N Eyes Tour

3 hours

An experiential tour highlighting the indigenous Mi'kmaq culture & Newfoundland traditions. We will explore remote locations capturing pristine views, engaging in forging, storytelling and highlighting indigenous skills passed down from our elders. We follow up with a stop to our remote cabin for some Newfoundland stories, traditional jams and Face N Eyes buns. Of course the time continues as we have a mini kitchen party of music, ugly sticks and spoons. Sit on the patio and allow yourself the time to forest bath in the sounds and smells of nature.


Accessible for all abilities! 



Adults - $ 160.00 + tax        Children (15 & under) - $135.00               Children (5 & Under) - Free

Bookings prior to April 1 will receive a 5% discount

Fjord, Bogs and Barrens

4 hours

The experience continues. Do you need more time to explore, to indulge yourself in the life of the locals and all we have to offer in Gros Morne? 


Join us for this 4 hour tour as we highlight our indigenous Mi'kmaq Newfoundland cultures, explore our remote wilderness to view a Fjord, bogs and barrens, and engage in an authentic experience. Lunch on the barren as you become one in nature. Spend the time to relax, forge, or photograph your timeless journey. No rush on this tour. 

 Become on of our family as you share our culture, taste testing of traditional jams and Face N Eyes buns while you partake in a mini kitchen party with music, ugly sticks and spoons. Join in the fun and if you have never beaten an ugly stick, now is your chance! Sit on the patio and allow yourself the time to forest bath in the sounds and smells of nature.

Now you can have a private Screech In ceremony, in the woods, as you become an honorary Newfoundlander (non-alcoholic). We finish this tour with storytelling as we return to the big city of Rocky Harbour.


Accessible for all abilities! 




Adults - $ 300.00 + tax        Children (15 & under) - $250.00               Children (5 & Under) - Free

Bookings prior to April 1 will receive a 5% discount

Bakers Brook Walk - Rita Rideout Story


A Family on the Move!

The Rita Rideout Story 

A relaxing 1 hour walking tour with the storytelling of hardship, family values, relocation program, with reflections of Indigenous Mi'kmaq culture and Newfoundland traditions. Take away gift from your experience.


Follow the history of this family in a once-thriving community. This tour is perfect for small to large groups to engage in experiential tourism.


$40/Person + Tax (1 hour) Min of 4 people 



Picnic by the Sea

A relaxing walking tour with the storytelling of hardship, family values, relocation program, with reflections of Indigenous Mi'kmaq culture and Newfoundland traditions.


Enjoy a picnic lunch in Bakers Brook as you view the ocean, listen to the sea gulls and reminisce about once thriving community.


Everyone can play along with the traditional songs by beating the Newfoundland Ugly Stick or spoons.


Sample mussels ( in season) in a place where we picked them as children.


Special arrangements can be made for private tours & mussel boil 

Please contact us for details


$125/Person + Tax (2 hours) Min of 4 people

$100/child + tax (15 & under)



Booking in advance is required

Private bookings available - Small Groups, Large groups 




Bookings prior to April 1 will receive a 5% discount



Ugly Stick 101 Class

Build a Traditional Newfoundland Ugly Stick and Learn To Play


Ugly Stick 101 Class is a hands-on session where you’ll learn to build this unique traditional Newfoundland instrument.

Join in the fun and learn to play your ugly stick, which complements guitar, spoons, and singing.


Small and large groups can participate in the class.


Take home the best souvenir, one you made yourself, learned to play and can be used for many years to come.


Impress your family and friends with your newfound talent!


Tuesday & Thursday: 6:00 PM | $90/Person


This session is great for small to large groups

Booking in advance required.



Bookings prior to April 1 will receive a 5% discount

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visiting Gros Morne National Park.

 




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