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“An amazing tour with Captain Bob”
Review of Trinity Eco-Tours

Trinity Eco-Tours
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US$123.80*
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Whale Watching Marine Wildlife Excursion by Kayak
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US$63.89*
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Whale-Watching Marine Wildlife Excursion by Zodiac Boat
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US$71.88*
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Trinity Bay Whale Watching Tour
Ranked #6 of 19 things to do in Trinity
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Our tour company focus provides whale, puffin and iceberg tours in Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland by Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB) and Kayak ! Our goal is to show our guests the beauty of Newfoundland from the water, while, at the same time, show respect to all animals that we see. . See and hear humpbacks and other marine wildlife from the comfort of our RHIB! You can see Minke, Sperm, Fin and Humpback whales as well as Orcas, Gannets, Eagles Seals, Puffins, great schools of Capelin that the whales gorge themselves upon. Enjoy the spectacular scenery along our route plus sea caves, aviaries and colonies of seabirds. After your tour enjoy tea or coffee and lunch at the lodge where you can share your memories of your Experience of a Lifetime, our theme and mantra!! Please look up our Lodge as well Trinity Eco-tours Lodge located right alongside St. Paul's Anglican Church, the biggest church in Trinity.
Useful Information: Food available for purchase
Reviewed 13 July 2015

Captain Bob of Trinity Eco-Tours took five of us out for four hours a few days ago. We had an amazing life experience. Many many eagles, other birds, whales (three types), and dolphins were seen, heard, and experienced up close.
Bob had a great boat, is very knowledgeable about whales, boats, and outdoor adventure, and he made the trip special. We wore survival suits, and we were extremely safe at all times.
I highly recommend, and will be repeating this trip again soon.

Thank Jamie216
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Reviewed 5 August 2014

We really enjoyed the staff at the lodge..Very friendly and they make sure everything is OK..We saw lots of humpbacks and kayak with a nice iceberg for an afternoon..Food is great and the place feels just like home..We will go back and reccomend..Paul & Chantal

Thank Paul B
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Reviewed 5 August 2014

We took a boat tour looking for whales and puffins. The icebergs were already gone. There were only 6 of us on the boat (including the captain) so that was nice. We saw whales, puffins and to our surprise about 30 bald eagles that nest in this little cove. What a treat!

Thank Geauxgirl2013
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Reviewed 2 August 2014 via mobile

Can't comment on accommodation as only did ecotours kayak trip. Guide was perfectly nice and very pleasant. Was not a local and could or did not share much about history etc. Very little -actually none -wildlife to be seen. So quite expensive $200 for 4 people for what was not much more than a nice paddle around the harbour.

2  Thank kiwit0ny
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Reviewed 26 July 2014 via mobile

Nice clean room (humpback), quiet and clean. Continental breakfast good homemade stuff. Good menu of local fare available all day. Ate at a couple of other local places-pricier, not as good, not as homey an atmosphere. I feel like I tried "real" cod tongues prepared the way the locals eat them, not some touristy "bar" version. We felt like we were visiting relatives. Great zodiac whale tour. Good hikes close by. Skegwink trail a short drive away is a must see.

1  Thank Tom S
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