CapeRace™ is a boutique travel company specializing in upbeat, self-guided travel experiences at Canada’s most eastern island of Newfoundland. We are the only travel company that transparently initiates real connections with the local community in a self-guided travel format. With spontaneity as your compass and your energy as your limit we send you on a scavenger hunt for colourful people and exotic places in an environment unmatched anywhere in the world.
Eco-Culture Experience Trip—10 day package (3 nights at each coastal home)
CapeRace will give you a key that fits the locks of three newly restored coastal homes, an unlimited km/mi vehicle and customized commercial-grade guidebook written specifically for your CapeRace trip. Travellers stay at these authentic indigenous homes on an exclusive–use basis and use the self-directing "Traveller's Diary" to explore unique and out-of-the-way nature sites, pubs, and music venues - recommending activities that will inspire the traveler to become part of three local communities.
On an Eco-Culture Experience™ trip you determine your own pace for exploring Newfoundland's Avalon and Bonavista Peninsulas. Our role? Set you up with the keys to your own vehicle and exclusive access to three incredible coastal homes: Hipditch House in St. John's, the E.J. Sooley House in Heart's Delight and the Thomas Mouland House in Bonavista's Mockbeggar neighbourhood—all located under three hours apart. After asking 30 questions to determine your travel style-- we give you a customized bookstore-grade a guidebook written specifically for your trip--the self-directing "Traveller's Diary." This book is your key to connecting with the people and adventures that make Newfoundland’s coast unique.
- 10-day package (three nights at each coastal home)
- Exclusive use of all three coastal homes
- Full-size van with unlimited mileage
- Copy of the "Traveller's Diary" Custom Guidebook
- Trips start in St. John's and conclude in Bonavista
From $2199 per person
The goal of CapeRace is the long-term protection of Newfoundland’s living cultures, heritage places, and coastal environment through sustainable adventure tourism in the form of slow, personal, and authentic exploration of coastal areas.
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