Gros MorneReveal your magic
The TablelandsSee the Earth... naked
Coastal paths, scenic day hikes and back-country fjords await you in Gros Morne National Park
With over 100 km’s of pristine hiking trails for those of all ability, explore the natural and geological wonders of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Speak with the friendly staff at the visitors centers or contact one of the experienced guiding companies listed.
Gros Morne has a landscape like no other, and a seascape to match! Live commentary throughout the all boat tours highlight the geological wonders, the rich cultural history and the diversity of this “UNESCO” World Heritage Site.
The Iconic Western Brook Pond tour with Bon Tours, exposes a landlocked fjord which is a rare sight, especially in our part of the world. Carved by glaciers, and home to plenty of waterfalls and wildlife.
Experience the beauty of Bonne Bay in the heart of Gros Morne on a interpretive day trip around the bay with Bon Tours. Photograph eagles, moose, whales and seabirds.
Discover the big and beautiful bay like never before with Wild Gros Morne interactive Zodiac Boat Tour, The Bonne Bay Explorer. Exploring the two connecting fjords that make up the aquatic heart of Gros Morne National Park, we’ll land on shore and visit forgotten coves and resettled communities, discovering the places most visitors never see. Experience the rich history and culture of the area while learning first-hand about the fascinating sea life that call Bonne Bay home.
Join Wild Gros Morne on an exciting Zodiac boat tour through one of Gros Morne’s rarely seen regions, Trout River Pond. Venturing deep into the glacier carved land locked fjord provides a surreal experience of being surrounded on both sides by the towering cliffs of the world-renowned Tablelands and equally impressive North Arm Mountains. Learn about unique geological process that shaped this remarkable area and provided the foundation for Gros Morne’s UNESCO designation.
The Evening Cruise is full of live music & refreshments on the waters of Bonne Bay with Bon Tours. A pleasant ride on our catamaran with stunning scenery and magical sunsets is the perfect conclusion to a day in the park.
The Discovery Tour is a partnership between Bon Tours and the Bonne Bay Marine Aquarium and is more than just a boat tour, this experience made for the whole family will show you just what lives beneath the surface of Bonne Bay.
Early morning is the ideal time to sea kayak on Bonne Bay, in the heart of Gros Morne National Park. With each paddle stroke you effortlessly skim along the water’s surface. Peering through the water you can see fish scooting along the seafloor, brightly coloured sea stars grazing on blue mussels, and kelp swaying in the gentle ocean swell. If there is a minke whale around you’ll likely see it as you will hear its exhaling WHOOSH sound as it surfaces, giving away its location. Other locations of amazing but challenging paddles are Trout River pond, St. Paul’s Inlet and along the coast line in the gulf of St. Lawrence, of course we strongly recommend experienced guides.
Areas of unusual and inspirational beauty often lure artists and writers, and Gros Morne National Park is no exception. Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador has its own summer-long theatre festival, which puts off professional, culturally-rich performances at Cow Head and various other communities throughout the area. The town of Woody Point is an especially beautiful artistic hub within Gros Morne National Park and its historic Heritage Theatre hosts many performances, from rock bands to plays and author readings.