Autotour Blanc-Sablon & Labrador
This tour package could also be offered to people on-site, the fare for the ferry will be deducted.
Take all you can from your stay in Blanc-Sablon, and see everything the region has to offer, from the municipalities of Blanc-Sablon and Bonne-Espérance (comprised of Middle-Bay, Saint-Paul’s River and Old-Fort), all the way to Labrador and the Battle Harbour National Historic Site.
Whether you’re coming from Newfoundland via the MS Apollo ferry, from Natashquan and the North Shore via the Bella Desgagnés, or from Labrador via the Trans-Labrador Highway and Route 389, you will not want to miss a thing the region has to offer.
Read the tour plan for more information, then call us to book or customize the tour to your liking.
*The stay in Battle Harbour can be prolonged (rates upon request)**
*A rental car can be included (rates upon request).
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DepartureAvailable every day from June to September
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Day 1: Blanc-Sablon | Vieux Fort | Rivière-Saint-Paul (60 km)
Dinner included and accommodation in Rivière-Saint-Paul at the Waterfront B& B
Day 2: Rivière-Saint-Paul | Blanc-Sablon (50km)
On your way back to Blanc-Sablon, enjoy an hour-long guided tour of the Aqua Labadie scallop farm in Salmon Bay (a longer tour is also available as an option).
Discover the Brador Falls and take a walk on the Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes boardwalk for a spectacular view of the region.
Accomodation at Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon: 4 season inn 3*
Day 3: Blanc Sablon | Battle Harbour (Labrador) (171km)
Travel through several villages on your way to Mary’s Harbour. Board the M\V Iceberg Hunter for a crossing of the St. Lewis Strait (duration 1 hour and 25 minutes) to Battle Harbour Island.
Discover the historical village of Battle Harbour and let it take you back in time 200 years. Admission to the site, guided tour, lunch and dinner are included. Accommodation in a restored building in Battle Harbour.
A change of scenery, and authenticity guaranteed!
Day 4: Battle Harbour (Labrador) | Blanc-Sablon
Return by ferry. Lunch at your own convenience. In Red Bay, located 88km from Blanc-Sablon, visit the Red Bay Interpretation Centre, recognized by Unesco as a world heritage site.
Return to Blanc-Sablon, dinner included. Accommodation: Auberge 4 Saisons (3*).
Day 5: Blanc-Sablon | return
Crossing in the afternoon on Apollo St-Barbe for the return to Newfoundland.