It's a beautiful day to explore St. John's and the surrounding areas on the Combination Tour. Our most popular tour takes you to the most popular sites and landmarks, including Cape Spear, Petty Harbour, and Quidi Vidi.
The brightly painted houses in downtown St. John's are affectionately known as Jellybean Row and can be found on many streets in the area. What's your favorite jellybean flavour?
Colorful buildings, local art, delicious food and drink, and so much more. Find it in Quidi Vidi. . On the 3 hour Combination Tour, visit Quidi Vidi as well as Signal Hill, Cape Spear, Petty Harbour, and downtown St. John's. Daily tours available. . Free pick up from all major hotels and B&Bs in the St. John's area, including Pippy Park Campgrounds. . Simply call or email to book a tour and cross all these destinations off your #Newfoundland to-do list.
Our new tour vehicle is back in action. Here it is parked in Quidi Vidi with Quidi Vidi Brewing (@quidividibeer) in the distance across the calm water.
Some sun and colour from last week in Quidi Vidi to get you through this cloudy Monday.
There's more where this stunning scenery comes from. Taken a couple weeks ago in Bauline East along the Irish Loop.
Just one example of the incredible scenery found along the Irish Loop. This photo was taken a couple weeks ago on a stop in Tors Cove. . For a private tour along the Irish Loop, call or email us. One of our local guides would be more than happy to accompany you on a tour of the Irish Loop.
One of the most requested private tours that we do is the Irish Loop driving south along the coast and through scenic spots like Tors Cove where a rocky beach meets the water as pictured here. To book a custom private tour, call or email us anytime.
Named after Andrew Murray, a 19th century merchant, the Murray Premises is the oldest collection of mercantile buildings related to the fishery in Newfoundland. The Murray Premises was built in 1846 and survived the Great Fires.