The Experiences

Feast On The Bounty Of The Ocean

From Sea to Plate

Walk a forgotten road, the short cut to Back Harbour, a tiny settlement founded many hundreds of years ago because of its safe shorelines and bountiful food sources. Your guide’s family has lived here for generations and she will help you identify edible plants and berries when in season. Maybe even enter a salt-box home or stage filled with wonder, history, and carvings by local artisans.

Follow the path to the shore. Discover and photograph local stages and wharves. Visit a painter’s studio. Listen, watch, and be enthralled by the whales you find on the local “whale-trail” – orca, humpback and minke are often in the area. Your guide will take you across the “sandbar” to Battricks Island, long recognised for its sunsets and tranquillity. No one lives here, yet it is a place you feel at home. Your guide then prepares a cook-up on the beach. The menu is wild and local- with hints of rustic sophistication. Shellfish and cod, edible plants and berries are on the menu. Vegetarian available upon request. We serve our food to you on pottery plates and platters all handmade by your lead guide, visual artist Crystal Anstey.

Thursday/Friday/Saturday 4:00pm or upon request.
Starts July 1st – 3 Hour Tour – $145
Minimum two guests, Maximum ten per tour.

Traditional Mug Up

Tea By The Sea

Details Coming Soon.

Feast On The Bounty Of The Ocean

From Sea to Plate

Walk a forgotten road, the short cut to Back Harbour, a tiny settlement founded many hundreds of years ago because of its safe shorelines and bountiful food sources. Your guide’s family has lived here for generations and she will help you identify edible plants and berries when in season. Maybe even enter a salt-box home or stage filled with wonder, history, and carvings by local artisans.

Follow the path to the shore. Discover and photograph local stages and wharves. Visit a painter’s studio. Listen, watch, and be enthralled by the whales you find on the local “whale-trail” – orca, humpback and minke are often in the area. Your guide will take you across the “sandbar” to Battricks Island, long recognised for its sunsets and tranquillity. No one lives here, yet it is a place you feel at home. Your guide then prepares a cook-up on the beach. The menu is wild and local- with hints of rustic sophistication. Shellfish and cod, edible plants and berries are on the menu. Vegetarian available upon request. We serve our food to you on pottery plates and platters all handmade by your lead guide, visual artist Crystal Anstey.

Thursday/Friday/Saturday 4:00pm or upon request.
Starts July 1st – 3 Hour Tour – $145
Minimum two guests, Maximum ten per tour.

Traditional Newfoundland Mug Up

Tea By The Sea

Details coming soon.