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Newfoundland and Labrador ecotourism lodges and resorts guide to help plan your best outdoor vacations ever...

" A Land of Plenty "

The abundance of wilderness, old growth forest, natural lore for the birds and animals, clean fresh water harbours, and fresh air, make Newfoundland the natural" choice for your next vacation.

Visit the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve where you can see humpback whales, millions of sea birds and 10,000 year old icebergs, in late spring and early summer. The reserve consists of three islands and the waters around them. There is a phenomenal number of Seabirds here that nest and raise their young.

While touring the Avalon Peninsula you may want to visit the Avalon Wilderness Reserve. The Avalon Wilderness Reserve is home to a 5000 strong heard of woodland Caribou, the worlds southernmost. For those interested in Canoeing, Fishing, or hiking this is a excellent trip.

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The Lodges at Humber Valley Resort

Activities: Family, Nature, Hiking,Golfing, Skiing, Snowmobiling

All our Lodges are finished to a very high standard and come complete with a fully equipped gourmet kitchen, wireless internet access, satellite TV and DVD players, luxury pure cotton bed linen, hypoallegenic duvets and pillows, pure cotton towels and a range of in-room toiletries. Our Lodges range in size from 3 bedrooms to 5 bedrooms. All our bedrooms are en-suite. All the Lodges have extensive open plan living areas and some feature a second lounge. Some Lodges are equipped with hot tubs which are avaialable as an optional extra. BBQs are also available as an optional extra.
One lodge is disabled adapted with flat wheel in access from a covered carport.

On site: Golf (multi award winning golf course designed by Doug Carrick), Elements Wellness Spa, childrens play area, beach. Enquire for further developments.
Nearby: All services required can be found in the nearby regional centre of Corner Brook which is located about 20 minutes from the Resort.
Access: The Resort is located 20 minutes drive from Deer Lake airport which offers daily direct services to St Johns, Halifax and Toronto. Major carriers are Air Canada, Air Canada Jazz and West Jet (seasonal).

 

Facilities:
Lodges
Dining Room - No
Store- No
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area -Yes
Pets - No
Docking -No
Beach - No
English

Labrador Salmon Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Fly-Fishing, Nature, Corporate Retreats

Our fishing lodge is located within the beautiful town of Forteau, Labrador on the north east coast of continental North America. Salmon fishing is a prime summer activity in this region. It is here that competent anglers will enjoy one of their greatest opportunities to land trophy Atlantic Salmon. The Forteau area and surrounding region is steeped in history, dating back to the first European settlers in the 18th century. This area is rich in a wide variety of tourist destinations and historic sites. The opportunity to see icebergs, whale watching, flora and fauna make this area of Labrador one of the most diverse and breath taking regions in North America.

Accommodations: 6 bedroom wilderness lodge. All packaged fishing tours include meals, accommodations, fishing guide, use of boat and motor, local transportation, freezer service, maid service as well as applicable taxes. Access is by auto and ferry from Newfoundland or flights into Blanc Sablon with local pickup available. We will be pleased to help assist you with your travel arrangements.

Labrador Salmon Lodge not only offers you the chance at a fantastic fishing experience, but other great attractions unique to southern Labrador. Whale watching; iceberg watching; bird watching including puffins, murrs; hiking trails; Labrador Straits Museum, Parks Canada National Historic Sites (Maritime Archaic Indian Burial Mound, Red Bay, and Battle Harbour); berry picking ; Bakeapple Folk Festival (held during the 2nd week of August); Point Armour Lighthouse; craft shops, and more!

Facilities:
Lodges
Dining Room - No
Store- No
Open May - September
Children - Yes
Play Area -Yes
Pets - Yes
Golf Course -Yes
Beach - No
English


Rifflin' Hitch Lodge

Activities: Fly-Fishing, Nature, Corporate Retreats

Riffin' Hitch Lodge offers the best in Atlantic salmon angling and outdoor leisure tourism. The perfect wilderness spot for the avid angler, incentive travel, corporate retreats or just getting away. Our Eagle River Atlantic salmon fishing is world class! Some salmon weigh in at over 30 pounds. In addition to wild, world class Atlantic salmon, there are spots in the river where brook trout and northern pike can be found. We are fly-fishing only. There is a wonderful selection of flies available at the lodge and a fly tying desk in one corner is available for everyone's use.

Accommodations: 7000 sq. foot wilderness lodge. The dining table which accommodates all guests at one sitting is the perfect spot to partake in delectable meals and share tales with your old and new friends. Each of the seven bedrooms features homemade quilts, hand hooked rugs, a full complement of linens and towels and its own complete bath. The recreation room features a hot tub and pool table. The board walkways make walking around the lodge comfortable and safe for even the physically challenged. Please ask about the services available for wheelchair accessibility.

We have hiking trails for those wishing to encounter the real wilderness of Labrador and view the local beaver colony, family of loons, caribou and eagles. No wonder some companies are finding us a great asset for their business.
Up to date communications are available.

Package includes accommodations, meals, maid service, guides, air transportation to and from the lodge, and licenses. The 50 minute flight by float plane or helicopter originates in Goose Bay.

Facilities:
Wilderness Lodge
Dining Room - Yes
Store- No
Open May - September
Children - Yes
Play Area -No
Pets - No
Float Plane Docking -Yes
Beach - No
English

 


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