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Hunting

Black Bear Hunt
A successful hunt on the Northern Peninsula.

Bear Hunt Package

A hunt to track down the smart black bear on the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland. The wilderness of the Northern Peninsula is an ideal spot for a black bear hunt in Newfoundland.

Package Description/Inclusions:

Licenses, pick up and return to St. Anthony or Deer Lake Airport, guide (1x1) or (2x1), accommodations, all meals and trail lunches, transportation to and from hunting areas, game retrieval via argo, preparation of game to take home including the caping, trophy preparation and meat boxing.

Hunting Policy: Any animal wounded and lost in the process of the hunt, is owned by the hunter and the hunt for that animal is over. Wounded or dead, it is yours.

Price:

1 Week - 6 Hunting Days: $2,950 USD.
10 Hunting Days: $4,200 USD.
Prices are for American/Alien and Canadian Customers.
All Prices in US Dollars.
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Meat can be custom hand-cut, wrapped and vacuum packaged. (Cost will depend on type of meat cuts.)
Non-hunting Guest: $1,800 USD/week

Note:

Sunday is transfer day for our hunting guests. Anyone leaving early will be responsible for their own taxi fare.

Moose Hunt
Large bull moose on the banks
of a lake in northwestern Newfoundland.

Moose Hunt Package

An abundant number of moose exist on the island of Newfoundland. An introduced species to the island of Newfoundland, the moose has no natural predators.

Package Inclusions:

Licenses, pick up and return to St. Anthony or Deer Lake Airport, guide (1x1) or (2x1), accommodations, all meals and trail lunches, transportation to and from hunting areas, game retrieval via argo, preparation of game to take home including the caping, trophy preparation and meat boxing.

Hunting Policy: Any animal wounded and lost in the process of the hunt, is owned by the hunter and the hunt for that animal is over. Wounded or dead, it is yours.

Price:

Main Lodge/Remote Lodge:
1 Week - 6 Hunting Days: $5,900 USD (1x1).
1 Week - 6 Hunting Days: $5,400 USD (2x1).
12 Day Regular Hunts: $2,000 USD extra.
Prices are for American/Alien and Canadian Customers.
All Prices in US Dollars.
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Meat can be custom hand-cut, wrapped and vacuum packaged. (Cost will depend on type of meat cuts.)
Non-hunting Guest: $1,800 USD/week

Note:

Sunday is transfer day for our hunting guests. Anyone leaving early will be responsible for their own taxi fare.

Woodland Caribou Hunt
Caribou in a field on the Northern Peninsula.

Caribou Hunt Package

Limited Edition: "The Woodland Caribou". A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hunt a Woodland Caribou. Strict conservation measures have been established on our exotic island of Newfoundland. This is the only place on the planet where you can hunt this species.

Package Inclusions:

Licenses, pick up and return to St. Anthony or Deer Lake Airport, guide (1x1) or (2x1), accommodations, all meals and trail lunches, transportation to and from hunting areas, game retrieval via argo, preparation of game to take home including the caping, trophy preparation and meat boxing.

Hunting Policy: Any animal wounded and lost in the process of the hunt, is owned by the hunter and the hunt for that animal is over. Wounded or dead, it is yours.

Price:

1 Week - 6 Hunting Days: $9,000 USD.
12 Day Regular Hunts: $2,000 USD extra.
Prices are for American/Alien and Canadian Customers.
All Prices in US Dollars.
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Meat can be custom hand-cut, wrapped and vacuum packaged. (Cost will depend on type of meat cuts.)
Non-hunting Guest: $1,800 USD/week

Note:

Sunday is transfer day for our hunting guests. Anyone leaving early will be responsible for their own taxi fare.

Moose And Caribou Hunt
Caribou walking across a field during winter.

Moose & Caribou Hunt Package

A trophy moose and caribou hunt in the wilderness of Newfoundland. A unique package, combining a hunt for trophy moose and caribou.

Package Inclusions:

Licenses, pick up and return to St. Anthony or Deer Lake Airport, guide (1x1) or (2x1), accommodations, all meals and trail lunches, transportation to and from hunting areas, game retrieval via argo, preparation of game to take home including the caping, trophy preparation and meat boxing.

Hunting Policy: Any animal wounded and lost in the process of the hunt, is owned by the hunter and the hunt for that animal is over. Wounded or dead, it is yours.

Price:

1 Week - 6 Hunting Days: $14,400 USD.
10 Hunting Days: $15,900 USD.
Prices are for American/Alien and Canadian Customers.
All Prices in US Dollars
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Meat can be custom hand-cut, wrapped and vacuum packaged. (Cost will depend on type of meat cuts.)
Non-hunting Guest: $1,800 USD/week

Note:

Sunday is transfer day for our hunting guests. Anyone leaving early will be responsible for their own taxi fare.

Moose, Caribou And Black Bear Hunt
Large Newfoundland stag moose.

Moose, Caribou and Bear Hunt Package

Hunt the best big game species of Newfoundland - Moose, Caribou, and Black Bear. Tuckamore Lodge offers a combination of three of the best hunting species Newfoundland has to offer. Moose, Black Bear and Caribou.

Package Inclusions:

Licenses, pick up and return to St. Anthony or Deer Lake Airport, guide (1x1) or (2x1), accommodations, all meals and trail lunches, transportation to and from hunting areas, game retrieval via argo, preparation of game to take home including the caping, trophy preparation and meat boxing.

Hunting Policy: Any animal wounded and lost in the process of the hunt, is owned by the hunter and the hunt for that animal is over. Wounded or dead, it is yours.

Price:

1 Week - 10 Hunting Days: $16,400 USD.
Prices are for American/Alien and Canadian Customers.
All Prices in US Dollars.
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Meat can be custom hand-cut, wrapped and vacuum packaged. (Cost will depend on type of meat cuts.)
Non-hunting Guest: $1,800 USD/week

Note:

Sunday is transfer day for our hunting guests. Anyone leaving early will be responsible for their own taxi fare.

Photo Courtesy of Rolf Hicker
Rolf Hicker Photo

Moose & Bear Hunt Package

Two prized species for hunting, the black bear and moose. Plentiful moose and the elusive black bear should make for some interesting hunting during this combination package.

Package Description/Inclusions:

Licenses, pick up and return to St. Anthony or Deer Lake Airport, guide (1x1) or (2x1), accommodations, all meals and trail lunches, transportation to and from hunting areas, game retrieval via argo, preparation of game to take home including the caping, trophy preparation and meat boxing.

Hunting Policy: Any animal wounded and lost in the process of the hunt, is owned by the hunter and the hunt for that animal is over. Wounded or dead, it is yours.



Price:

1 Week - 6 Hunting Days: $6,400 USD.
12 Day Regular Hunts: $2,000 USD extra.
Prices are for American/Alien and Canadian Customers.
All Prices in US Dollars
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Meat can be custom hand-cut, wrapped and vacuum packaged. (Cost will depend on type of meat cuts.)
Non-hunting Guest: $1,800 USD/week

Note:

Sunday is transfer day for our hunting guests. Anyone leaving early will be responsible for their own taxi fare.

Photo Courtesy of Rolf Hicker
Hunting in the wilderness of Newfoundland.

Caribou & Bear Hunt Package

A great and challenging combination is hunting for caribou and black bears. Tuckamore Lodge offers one special package for two great hunting species.

Package Inclusions:

Licenses, pick up and return to St. Anthony or Deer Lake Airport, guide (1x1) or (2x1), accommodations, all meals and trail lunches, transportation to and from hunting areas, game retrieval via argo, preparation of game to take home including the caping, trophy preparation and meat boxing.

Hunting Policy: Any animal wounded and lost in the process of the hunt, is owned by the hunter and the hunt for that animal is over. Wounded or dead, it is yours.

Price:

1 Week - 6 Hunting Days: $9,800 USD.
12 Day Regular Hunts: $2,000 USD extra.
Prices are for American/Alien and Canadian Customers.
All Prices in US Dollars.
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Meat can be custom hand-cut, wrapped and vacuum packaged. (Cost will depend on type of meat cuts.)
Non-hunting Guest: $1,800 USD/week

Note:

Sunday is transfer day for our hunting guests. Anyone leaving early will be responsible for their own taxi fare.


Fishing

Salmon And Trout Fishing
Fly fishing for salmon near Tuckamore Lodge

Salmon & Trout Fishing Package

A great combination of fishing for both Atlantic Salmon and Brook Trout. Enjoy the thrill of luring a trout or salmon, then successfully landing it in the net!

Tour Description:

Package Price Includes:
Licenses, pick up and return to St. Anthony or Deer Lake Airport, guide (2x1), accommodations, all meals and trail lunches, transportation to and from hunting or fishing areas, preparation of game to take home (including caping, trophy preparation and meat boxing).

Price:

1 Week - 5 Fishing Days: $3,500 USD per person.
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Prices are for American/Alien and Canadian customers.
All Prices In US Dollars.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Note:

Great fishing in July and August. Excellent fishing first three weeks of July. Catch and release: 4 salmon per day. Beautiful secluded Scandinavian-style accommodations in a relaxing wilderness setting with spacious rooms, jacuzzi, sauna and local art.
Non-fishing Guest: $1,800 USD/week


Hiking


Large stag seen hiking on the Northern Peninsula

Ultimate Hiking Adventure Package

Newfoundland is blessed to have a large variety of everything. On this tour, you will get a glimpse into the wildlife, natural treasures and interesting geology.

Price:

Group of 7 to 10 - $1,550 CDN per person
Group of 6 and under - $1,950 CDN per person

Call us at (888) 865-6361 for details.


Nature


A cute black bear on the Northern Peninsula.

Encounters With Wildlife Package

Experience a diverse variety of wildlife during the "Encounter with Wildlife" Tour with Tuckamore Lodge. Get as close to nature as you dare in this tour of discovery. On this tour, you will discover the many varieties of sea birds which inhabit these parts including Puffins, Murres, Kittiwakes and many more. You will also observe mammals such as moose, foxes, black bears and caribou as they go about their daily lives.

Tour Description:

Day 1:
Evening arrival, with a hearty home-cooked meal at Tuckamore Lodge. After dinner, get settled in then meet Barb and her staff who will introduce you to the week's activities.

Day 2:
Travel by boat through eastern Hare Bay to view an ecological reserve where seabirds nest. Along the way, enjoy a feast of blue mussels, which you'll pick from the icy shoals. See whales, icebergs and walk along the rugged shores.
Journey along the meanders of the majestic Salmon River by canoe. Encounter moose grazing on lily pads on the shores of quiet lakes. Paddle by loons as their forlorn cries echo in the timber on the hillside and watch bald eagles soar out of sight.

Day 3:
Drive to Conche, passing moose on the roadside, and then board an authentic fishing vessel skippered by an Irish Newfoundlander. He'll take you to Grey Islands for a fantastic day of whale watching and iceberg viewing. You'll visit a seabird colony teeming with puffins, murres and kittiwakes, a combination, which attracts a family of bald eagles. When you're tired of this spectacle, journey on to watch grey seals lounge on sun baked boulders.

Day 4:
In the morning, hike to a fossil site to view the wildlife of the past. Ancient marine organisms are preserved in limestone bedrock jutting out of a shrubby meadow. Watch moose traverse the grounds of our ancient ancestors. In the evening, sit in a tree stand and watch black bears, foxes and birds visit a treat of molasses and bread.

Alternatively, travel to the west side of Hare Bay to an abandoned fishing village. Along the way, watch for caribou on the barren headlands and majestic bald eagles which frequent the beaches, looking for the day's meal.

Day 5:
Travel to L'Anse aux Meadows to board a re-creation of a Viking Gnarr, or ship, and take a tour of the northern tip of Newfoundland. See majestic whales and get your fill of gigantic icebergs.

Day 6:
Enjoy a relaxing morning at Tuckamore Lodge on Southwest Pond. Prepare for your journey home and say goodbye to your new found friends.

Price:

$1,950 CDN per person
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Alternate boat trip with kayaking in Hare Bay and or L'Anse aux Meadows.

Fishing And Eco Tours
Couple hiking the wilderness near Main Brook

Fishing & Eco Tour Package

Newfoundland is blessed to have a large variety of everything. On this tour, you will get a glimpse into the wildlife, natural treasures and interesting geology. Then try your hand at fishing the rivers which are teeming with salmon.

Tour Description:

Operates Sunday to Friday

Day 1
Arrive in St. Anthony or Deer Lake, dine at Tuckamore Lodge (depending upon flight arrival time) with an introduction to the unique culture and history of the Great Northern Peninsula. Learn about the innovative conservation projects currently in progress. Spend your first night at Tuckamore Lodge where you will be able to listen to loons on the lake adjacent to the lodge.

Day 2
Up bright and early to fish for the renowned Atlantic salmon, then back to the lodge for rest. Boat tour of Hare Bay to see whales, seabirds and icebergs (includes a short walk along the seashore). Ice will be taken from the bergs and used in your refreshments.

Day 3
Enjoy early morning salmon fishing on the river. In the afternoon, take a hike to the Underground Salmon Pool (a unique natural attraction in the region) accompanied by our guide. Spot the salmon as they enter the underground river on their journey upstream. See where the river resurfaces on its route to the Long Range Mountains.

Day 4
Visit the outport community of Conche and board a boat to see whales, icebergs seals and the dramatic coastal cliffs with nesting seabirds. Enjoy a pack lunch and hike with a local guide to 'The Glass Hole' or a cascading waterfall. Return to Tuckamore Lodge for a light snack and set out for an early evening on the river. Back to the lodge for a late dinner.

Day 5
Salmon fishing in the morning. In the afternoon, take a trip to Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve for a glimpse of some of our rare plant species that are found only in Newfoundland. Take your camera because Burnt Cape is an ideal location for viewing icebergs, whales, seabirds and an occasional polar bear. Back to the Lodge for an evening meal.

Day 6
Out for an early morning cast. Prepare for your trip home.

Tour Includes:

Pickup and return to Deer Lake or St. Anthony Airport. Deer Lake is a 4-hour drive through the Gros Morne National Park and St. Anthony Airport is a beautiful scenic 20-minute drive to the lodge. Also includes accommodations, meals, boats & canoes, guides (2x1), truck transportation to all fishing pools (when necessary), all pack out lunches and fish preparation to take home. Smokers available.

Not included:

Fishing licenses
License Fees: Individual $80 or Family $125

Price:

$3,500 CDN per person
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.

Options:

This itinerary can be altered. If there is something that you see listed within the Nature and Cultural Itineraries that interests you, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your requests. Make your stay for one week, 10 days or two weeks. We have great local music and in the summer months, there is dancing at our local pub. If you enjoy this type of entertainment, we will take you!

Daily Rates:

$700 CDN per day • One-on-one guide: $250 CDN extra per week

Note:

Great fishing in July and August. Excellent fishing first three weeks of July. Catch and release / Average number is 9-12 salmon per day. Beautiful secluded Scandinavian-style accommodations in a relaxing wilderness setting with spacious rooms, Jacuzzi, sauna and local art.

Fishing & Heritage Sites
A hiker overlooking Western Brook.

Fishing & Heritage Sites Package

An insight into the life of the tough pioneers and cultures formed on the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland. Take in a variety of historic fishing villages and heritage sites.

Tour Description:

Operated Sunday through Sunday

Day 1:
Arrive in St. Anthony or Deer Lake. Dinner at Tuckamore Lodge (depending upon flight arrival time) with an introduction to the unique culture and history of the Great Northern Peninsula. Learn about the innovative conservation projects currently in progress. Eider Duck Enhancement and Fish Habitat improvements. Your first night at Tuckamore, hear the forlorn cry of the common loon.

Day 2:
Salmon fishing and boat tour. Up bright and early for a good morning of fishing in a local Salmon River, then back to the lodge for a rest. In the afternoon, we will take a boat tour with Northland Discovery boat tours for some iceberg and whale watching. Experience the excitement of viewing one of Newfoundland's largest sea caves, while listening to the stories of our local legends.

Day 3:
Enjoy a full day of salmon fishing.

Day 4:
Up in the morning for a hearty breakfast, then its off to Conche for a day of learning about our local heritage, on display at the French Shore Interpretation Centre. Take a hike along the rugged coastline, where you will have the opportunity to see whales, icebergs, seabirds, caribou and seals.

Day 5:
Full day of salmon fishing

Day 6:
Return to the airport after a warm goodbye from your new friends at Tuckamore Lodge. See you next year.

Tour Includes:

Pickup and return to Deer Lake or St. Anthony Airport. Deer Lake is a 4-hour drive through the Gros Morne National Park and St. Anthony Airport is a beautiful scenic 20-minute drive to the lodge. Also included are accommodations, meals, boats & canoes, guides (2x1), truck transportation to all fishing pools (when necessary), all pack out lunches, preparing your fish to take home. Smokers available.

Not Included:

Fishing Licenses
License Fees For: Individual $80 & Family $125

Price:

$3,500 CDN per person
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Daily Rates:
$700 CDN per day
One-on-one guide: $250 CDN extra per week.

Note:

Great fishing in July and August. Excellent fishing first three weeks of July. Catch and release / Average number is 9-12 salmon per day. Beautiful secluded Scandinavian-style accommodations in a relaxing wilderness setting with spacious rooms, Jacuzzi, sauna and local art.

Outdoor Woman
A woman paddles a canoe on Tuckamore Pond.

Outdoor Woman Package

An outdoor package tour designed specifically with women in mind. This package allows women to learn at their own pace the necessary survival skills required to survive in the wilderness of Newfoundland.

Tour Description:

Wilderness Skills Training
Day 1: Arrival and Orientation
Upon arrival at St. Anthony or Deer Lake Airport, a lodge representative will meet you. You will be taken to the lodge and after settling in. You will be introduced to the week's activities.

Day 2: Hike and Wildlife Identification
After a hearty breakfast, visit L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site of Canada and hike the nearby Hay Cove Trail where you can spot icebergs and whales. There you will learn the local names of birds and wild flowers. Return to the lodge and participate in a firearms safety and handling course.

Day 3: Wilderness Survival and Fly Fishing
In the morning, receive detailed training on wilderness survival and first aid from a qualified instructor. In the afternoon, venture on the majestic Salmon River for an introduction to the methods and techniques or fly-fishing. If you're lucky enough to land an Atlantic salmon the first time out, bring it back to the lodge and enjoy the reward of a tasty barbeque.

Day 4: Boat Tour of Hare Bay
Today, you will be taken on a boat tour of Hare Bay. We'll show you the islands, home to a seabird sanctuary. Tour the gentle sloping coastline from a mariner's perspective and walk the beaches of Frenchman's Cove where bald eagles are often seen. A delicious mussel boil awaits you on the shores of Shoal Arm.

Day 5: Orienteering
In the morning, an experienced guide will show you the techniques to effectively use a map and compass. You will also learn the operation of a global positioning system, a hi-tech navigational aid based on satellite signals. In the afternoon, you will get to test your new skills on an orienteering scavenger hunt in Conche, scenic town and former capital of the French Fishery.

Day 6: Kayak trip and review of acquired skills
While reflecting on your newly acquired skills, take this opportunity to enjoy the pristine wilderness of Tuckamore Lodge. We'll take you on a peaceful kayak trip on Southwest Pond. Apply your expertise to identify animals you encounter along the way, consider your position and direction of travel using a map and compass, and most of all, enjoy your new status as a true outdoor woman!

Note:

Men interested in acquiring these skills can arrange a special package with Tuckamore Lodge. However, groups of six or more are required.

Terms and Conditions:

All participants are required to sign a waiver and release contract in order to participate in the program.
Deposits of 50% per person are required on package bookings.
All deposits are due within 14 days of booking.
Full deposits are required 45 days prior to departure.
When reservations are received less than 45 days prior to departure, a full deposit is required within 24 hours.
All deposits are non-refundable.
Tuckamore Lodge will accept payment in the form of cash, cheque, or Visa.

Price:

$2,550 CDN per person - double occupancy
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.


Large stag seen hiking on the Northern Peninsula

Ultimate Hiking Adventure Package

Newfoundland is blessed to have a large variety of everything. On this tour, you will get a glimpse into the wildlife, natural treasures and interesting geology.

Price:

Group of 7 to 10 - $1,550 CDN per person
Group of 6 and under - $1,950 CDN per person

Call us at (888) 865-6361 for details.


Cultural

Have A Scoff
Fresh Atlantic Lobster

Have A Scoff Package

An introduction to typical Newfoundland cuisine. A hands-on cooking course using local ingredients, it's an introduction to Newfoundland gourmet food and recipe sharing.

Tour Description:

Traditional and Gourmet Cooking
Day 1: Introduction
The first day will be an orientation to Tuckamore Lodge and the staff.

Day 2: Stocking the Pantry
Gourmet cooking depends upon having the right ingredients. In the morning, a review of herbs and spices, dry and wet ingredients, and wines and liqueurs will whet your appetite for the evening's menu planning session that will be hosted over a wine and cheese social. In the afternoon, visit the historic capital of the French fishery at Conche and take a local boat tour to see icebergs and whales.

Day 3: Table Settings & Cocktails
In the morning, visit L'Anse aux Meadows/Norstead Viking Village. Lunch at one of the top 100 restaurants in Canada, The Norseman Café. A stop at the Dark Tickle Shoppe will provide information on local berries and their uses in cooking. In the late afternoon, a session on cooking utensils and table settings, followed by instructions on hosting a cocktail party, preparing hors d'oeuvres and stocking the bar.

Day 4: Brunch & Desserts
The morning will be spent preparing breakfast and brunch menus and identifying healthy alternatives to start the day. In the afternoon, participants will prepare a selection of desserts for the evening meal.

Day 5: Light Lunches & Entrees
In the morning, share recipes for lunches and entrées. Take a hike to Salmon River to learn about edible plants. Return to the lodge for a session on preparing light lunches, soups and salads. The afternoon will be spent preparing for the final meal of the evening. A party featuring local musicians and storytelling. Participants will prepare a selection of traditional and gourmet entrées.

Day 6: Wrap Up
A review of the week's activities and departure.

Terms and Conditions:

All participants are required to sign a waiver and release contract in order to participate in the program.
Deposits of 50% per person are required on package bookings.
All deposits are due within 14 days of booking.
Full deposits are required 45 days prior to departure.
When reservations are received less than 45 days prior to departure, a full deposit is required within 24 hours.

Tour Includes:

  • 6 days/5 nights accommodations
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner each day
  • All excursion fees
  • Trip literature
  • Experienced guides and instructors
  • Support vehicle transportation to/from airport
  • Special events and refreshments as part of program

Price:

$2,800 CDN per person - Double Occupancy
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Vakkar Viking Journey
Viking at Norstead Viking Village in L'Anse aux Meadows.

Vakkar-Viking Journey Package

Travel back in time to when the Vikings ruled the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland. As well as being whisked away to another era as you experience Viking and early European pioneers, you will explore the back country by snowmobile.

Tour Description:

Valid from January to April
Gateway City is St. Anthony, Newfoundland.

Day 1: Arrival Evening
Meet at St. Anthony Airport or at our lodge by Head Viking (in authentic outdoor winter costume) who brings greetings (Komu Blessth). Traditional Viking Feast is held at lodge, which is thematically decorated. As Viking in full armour, serve you a delicious dinner, local musicians add to the ambiance. Highlight: The Viking "Yell In" ceremony will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

Day 2: Viking Travel
Snowmobile to L'Anse aux Meadows, North America's only authenticated Norse settlement, where you will enter a different world. Explore the winter homes of the Vikings and marvel at the artifacts. Take in the audiovisual presentation at the museum, and hear the story of the Viking arrival in North America.

Day 3: Ghost Town Ride
Visit the resettled fishing communities of Lock's Cove and Ireland Bight. Photograph moose and caribou in their winter habitat as bald eagles soar overhead. Hear the stories of how our famous Dr. Grenfell spent time on the ice flows trying to save a young boy's life and had to take the life of his favourite dog to survive. Explore the changing topography of the Grenfell Trail.

Day 4: Scenery Unlimited
Snowmobile through a most special place so diverse in its scenery, so distinguished in its geology and so rich in the humanity of its inhabitants. The Long Range Mountains. Ride its valleys, gorges and mountains, home of caribou and moose, arctic fox and arctic hare. The scenery on a beautiful sunny day is breathtaking. No wonder the gulch was a favourite hunting ground of the people from Harbour Deep. Stay at Danny Cochrane's Lodge and hear the acclaimed Danny Cochrane Story.

Day 5: Back Country Ride
Ride by snowmobile to our back country lodge for a day filled with wilderness fun.

Day 6: Farewell
It is time to say good-bye. For sure, you will want to come back to this wonderful remote country.

Additional Information:

Adequate snow is rarely a problem as we have more than any other place in eastern North America. Snowmobiling in the high country depends on clear conditions, so if there is a day when it is snowing heavily or windy, we can use alternate local tours.

If there is a day when it's not suitable to travel outside, guests can stay inside for the day and learn about the skills of making a pair of snowshoes in the Newfoundland traditional way; you can takes your snowshoes with you when you return home. There is also a pool table, exercise room, sauna and hot tub. Guests may also meet "Spinner" a beautiful Newfoundland Dog. They're large gentle creatures developed through natural selection on this island and are an integral part of our culture. Why they even have webbed feet!

Our guides who have worked in our area for the past 35 years will accompany you. They know all the details of the land, rivers and trails. They have been professionally trained in compass and map reading. This is a major requirement as an unpredicted blizzard can sometimes occur. A mechanic accompanies each ride carrying basic snowmobile parts. With our guides, each day will be a full and rewarding experience.

Price:

$2,200 CDN per person
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.


Tours

Salmon And Trout Fishing
Fly fishing for salmon near Tuckamore Lodge

Salmon & Trout Fishing Package

A great combination of fishing for both Atlantic Salmon and Brook Trout. Enjoy the thrill of luring a trout or salmon, then successfully landing it in the net!

Tour Description:

Package Price Includes:
Licenses, pick up and return to St. Anthony or Deer Lake Airport, guide (2x1), accommodations, all meals and trail lunches, transportation to and from hunting or fishing areas, preparation of game to take home (including caping, trophy preparation and meat boxing).

Price:

1 Week - 5 Fishing Days: $3,500 USD per person.
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Prices are for American/Alien and Canadian customers.
All Prices In US Dollars.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Note:

Great fishing in July and August. Excellent fishing first three weeks of July. Catch and release: 4 salmon per day. Beautiful secluded Scandinavian-style accommodations in a relaxing wilderness setting with spacious rooms, jacuzzi, sauna and local art.
Non-fishing Guest: $1,800 USD/week

Snowmobile Tours
An adventurous snowmobiler

Wilderness By Snowmobile Package

Explore Newfoundland's wilderness by snowmobile. What a popular winter activity for clients staying at Tuckamore Lodge taking advantage of our snowy winter months.

We offer customized snowmobile packages. Accommodations, meals and guides - at your service.

Winter is awesome in Newfoundland! And Tuckamore Lodge knows the terrain and lay of the land. We can custom-fit a snowmobile package to suit your needs. Connect with us to learn more.

Call us at (888) 865-6361 for details.

Note: Please don't drink and drive. Newfoundland & Labrador law dictates that a person operating a snowmobile while under the influence of intoxicating alcohol is guilty of an offence and liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $500 or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding 6 months or to both a fine and imprisonment.


Large stag seen hiking on the Northern Peninsula

Ultimate Hiking Adventure Package

Newfoundland is blessed to have a large variety of everything. On this tour, you will get a glimpse into the wildlife, natural treasures and interesting geology.

Price:

Group of 7 to 10 - $1,550 CDN per person
Group of 6 and under - $1,950 CDN per person

Call us at (888) 865-6361 for details.


A cute black bear on the Northern Peninsula.

Encounters With Wildlife Package

Experience a diverse variety of wildlife during the "Encounter with Wildlife" Tour with Tuckamore Lodge. Get as close to nature as you dare in this tour of discovery. On this tour, you will discover the many varieties of sea birds which inhabit these parts including Puffins, Murres, Kittiwakes and many more. You will also observe mammals such as moose, foxes, black bears and caribou as they go about their daily lives.

Tour Description:

Day 1:
Evening arrival, with a hearty home-cooked meal at Tuckamore Lodge. After dinner, get settled in then meet Barb and her staff who will introduce you to the week's activities.

Day 2:
Travel by boat through eastern Hare Bay to view an ecological reserve where seabirds nest. Along the way, enjoy a feast of blue mussels, which you'll pick from the icy shoals. See whales, icebergs and walk along the rugged shores.
Journey along the meanders of the majestic Salmon River by canoe. Encounter moose grazing on lily pads on the shores of quiet lakes. Paddle by loons as their forlorn cries echo in the timber on the hillside and watch bald eagles soar out of sight.

Day 3:
Drive to Conche, passing moose on the roadside, and then board an authentic fishing vessel skippered by an Irish Newfoundlander. He'll take you to Grey Islands for a fantastic day of whale watching and iceberg viewing. You'll visit a seabird colony teeming with puffins, murres and kittiwakes, a combination, which attracts a family of bald eagles. When you're tired of this spectacle, journey on to watch grey seals lounge on sun baked boulders.

Day 4:
In the morning, hike to a fossil site to view the wildlife of the past. Ancient marine organisms are preserved in limestone bedrock jutting out of a shrubby meadow. Watch moose traverse the grounds of our ancient ancestors. In the evening, sit in a tree stand and watch black bears, foxes and birds visit a treat of molasses and bread.

Alternatively, travel to the west side of Hare Bay to an abandoned fishing village. Along the way, watch for caribou on the barren headlands and majestic bald eagles which frequent the beaches, looking for the day's meal.

Day 5:
Travel to L'Anse aux Meadows to board a re-creation of a Viking Gnarr, or ship, and take a tour of the northern tip of Newfoundland. See majestic whales and get your fill of gigantic icebergs.

Day 6:
Enjoy a relaxing morning at Tuckamore Lodge on Southwest Pond. Prepare for your journey home and say goodbye to your new found friends.

Price:

$1,950 CDN per person
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Alternate boat trip with kayaking in Hare Bay and or L'Anse aux Meadows.

Fishing & Heritage Sites
A hiker overlooking Western Brook.

Fishing & Heritage Sites Package

An insight into the life of the tough pioneers and cultures formed on the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland. Take in a variety of historic fishing villages and heritage sites.

Tour Description:

Operated Sunday through Sunday

Day 1:
Arrive in St. Anthony or Deer Lake. Dinner at Tuckamore Lodge (depending upon flight arrival time) with an introduction to the unique culture and history of the Great Northern Peninsula. Learn about the innovative conservation projects currently in progress. Eider Duck Enhancement and Fish Habitat improvements. Your first night at Tuckamore, hear the forlorn cry of the common loon.

Day 2:
Salmon fishing and boat tour. Up bright and early for a good morning of fishing in a local Salmon River, then back to the lodge for a rest. In the afternoon, we will take a boat tour with Northland Discovery boat tours for some iceberg and whale watching. Experience the excitement of viewing one of Newfoundland's largest sea caves, while listening to the stories of our local legends.

Day 3:
Enjoy a full day of salmon fishing.

Day 4:
Up in the morning for a hearty breakfast, then its off to Conche for a day of learning about our local heritage, on display at the French Shore Interpretation Centre. Take a hike along the rugged coastline, where you will have the opportunity to see whales, icebergs, seabirds, caribou and seals.

Day 5:
Full day of salmon fishing

Day 6:
Return to the airport after a warm goodbye from your new friends at Tuckamore Lodge. See you next year.

Tour Includes:

Pickup and return to Deer Lake or St. Anthony Airport. Deer Lake is a 4-hour drive through the Gros Morne National Park and St. Anthony Airport is a beautiful scenic 20-minute drive to the lodge. Also included are accommodations, meals, boats & canoes, guides (2x1), truck transportation to all fishing pools (when necessary), all pack out lunches, preparing your fish to take home. Smokers available.

Not Included:

Fishing Licenses
License Fees For: Individual $80 & Family $125

Price:

$3,500 CDN per person
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Deposits are non-refundable.

Options:

Daily Rates:
$700 CDN per day
One-on-one guide: $250 CDN extra per week.

Note:

Great fishing in July and August. Excellent fishing first three weeks of July. Catch and release / Average number is 9-12 salmon per day. Beautiful secluded Scandinavian-style accommodations in a relaxing wilderness setting with spacious rooms, Jacuzzi, sauna and local art.

Fishing And Eco Tours
Couple hiking the wilderness near Main Brook

Fishing & Eco Tour Package

Newfoundland is blessed to have a large variety of everything. On this tour, you will get a glimpse into the wildlife, natural treasures and interesting geology. Then try your hand at fishing the rivers which are teeming with salmon.

Tour Description:

Operates Sunday to Friday

Day 1
Arrive in St. Anthony or Deer Lake, dine at Tuckamore Lodge (depending upon flight arrival time) with an introduction to the unique culture and history of the Great Northern Peninsula. Learn about the innovative conservation projects currently in progress. Spend your first night at Tuckamore Lodge where you will be able to listen to loons on the lake adjacent to the lodge.

Day 2
Up bright and early to fish for the renowned Atlantic salmon, then back to the lodge for rest. Boat tour of Hare Bay to see whales, seabirds and icebergs (includes a short walk along the seashore). Ice will be taken from the bergs and used in your refreshments.

Day 3
Enjoy early morning salmon fishing on the river. In the afternoon, take a hike to the Underground Salmon Pool (a unique natural attraction in the region) accompanied by our guide. Spot the salmon as they enter the underground river on their journey upstream. See where the river resurfaces on its route to the Long Range Mountains.

Day 4
Visit the outport community of Conche and board a boat to see whales, icebergs seals and the dramatic coastal cliffs with nesting seabirds. Enjoy a pack lunch and hike with a local guide to 'The Glass Hole' or a cascading waterfall. Return to Tuckamore Lodge for a light snack and set out for an early evening on the river. Back to the lodge for a late dinner.

Day 5
Salmon fishing in the morning. In the afternoon, take a trip to Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve for a glimpse of some of our rare plant species that are found only in Newfoundland. Take your camera because Burnt Cape is an ideal location for viewing icebergs, whales, seabirds and an occasional polar bear. Back to the Lodge for an evening meal.

Day 6
Out for an early morning cast. Prepare for your trip home.

Tour Includes:

Pickup and return to Deer Lake or St. Anthony Airport. Deer Lake is a 4-hour drive through the Gros Morne National Park and St. Anthony Airport is a beautiful scenic 20-minute drive to the lodge. Also includes accommodations, meals, boats & canoes, guides (2x1), truck transportation to all fishing pools (when necessary), all pack out lunches and fish preparation to take home. Smokers available.

Not included:

Fishing licenses
License Fees: Individual $80 or Family $125

Price:

$3,500 CDN per person
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.

Options:

This itinerary can be altered. If there is something that you see listed within the Nature and Cultural Itineraries that interests you, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your requests. Make your stay for one week, 10 days or two weeks. We have great local music and in the summer months, there is dancing at our local pub. If you enjoy this type of entertainment, we will take you!

Daily Rates:

$700 CDN per day • One-on-one guide: $250 CDN extra per week

Note:

Great fishing in July and August. Excellent fishing first three weeks of July. Catch and release / Average number is 9-12 salmon per day. Beautiful secluded Scandinavian-style accommodations in a relaxing wilderness setting with spacious rooms, Jacuzzi, sauna and local art.

Walk, Look, Listen - Self Guided Tour
Be dazzled by glorious icebergs.

Walk, Look Listen Package

A Self-Guided Tour

Tour Description:

Day 1: Hike a coastal trail to places where eagles soar, whales bugle and icebergs calf.

Day 2. View a Tapestry in excess of 260 feet in length, embroidered by the local ladies of Conche. This work of Art depicts the very colorful history of Newfoundland. Visit a WWII plane crash site.

Enjoy a packed lunch at a lookout site. Be prepared to be dazzled by some of the most breath-taking scenery you will ever see.

Meals are included and will be served at the lodge.

Price:

3 Nights/2 days for $430 CDN (+HST).
Double (4-Star Occupancy) for $700 CDN (+HST). Private room.
Add a guide for $50 CDN per person (group of 5 or more).

Coming Full Circle
Coming Full Circle

Coming Full Circle Package

A visit to a UNESCO World Heritage Site where the Vikings landed and settled more than 1000 years ago.

Tour Description:

Day 1:
A visit to a L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site where the Vikings landed and settled more than 1000 years ago. Visit the Museum and take a walk on Lacey Trail where Vikings once walked. Enjoy a packed lunch along the way.

In the afternoon, visit Norstead Viking Village, a Viking Port of Trade. Dress in Viking costume, have your picture taken with a Viking, see the ironsmith at work, listen to the sagas and have your future told. Return to Tuckamore Lodge for dinner.

Day 2:
Take a Boat Tour to the Ecological Reserve of Hare Bay. Spot Caribou grazing along the shoreline. In season, see the gigantic whales as they forage for the capelin rolling on the beaches. Pick your own mussels from the icy shoals and have your guide cook them as part of your shore lunch. Do some beach combing and look for buried treasures in the sand.

Tour Includes:

  • 3 nights/2 days accommodations
  • Meals

Note:

Day 1 is self-guided.
Shared accommodations: $595 CDN per person. Single supplement: $830 CDN
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.
Group of 4 reduces the cost by $60 CDN per person.


Women's Wellness

Women's Wellness
Photo Courtesy of Rolf Hicker

From Your Nose To Your Toes Package

This package covers the following topics.

•  Mental Health
•  Importance of Proper Foot Care & Gear
•  Proper & Balanced Nutrition
•  Fortune Telling by Qualified Clairvoyant
•  Slog the Bog for Health

Package Description:

Day 1
A group session with a health professional to talk about different issues affecting Women's Mental Health. A demonstration of proper foot care starting with footwear, balance, proper hygiene and nail care. A walk along the shoreline where you will breath in the refreshing salty air while enjoying what Nature has to offer. Giant icebergs in season, the many large whales that grace our waters, birds, and maybe a moose or two.

Day 2
The importance of eating a well balanced nutritional diet. Which food groups paired provide the greatest health benefits and why. Which foods are bad and never a good choice. In the afternoon pull on your rubber boots and join us for a slog on the bog, you'll never participate in an activity quite as capable as this one to burn off fat and inches.

Package Includes:

2 Days, 3 Nights, 4-Star Accommodations, Meals

Not included:

15% Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)

Price:

$470 CDN - Double (Shared)
$600 CDN - Single
Group of 6 or more
Harmonized Sales & Service Tax (HST) of 15% must be paid to the lodge for all trips. Non-Residents from outside of Canada can be rebated 7.5% provided Government requirements are met.