Frontier Canada Unveils Exciting 2024 Escapes and Social Media Initiatives

Frontier Canada, a tailor-made tour operator, is unveiling its new lineup of 2024 itineraries focusing on Newfoundland, Quebec, and Ontario. The company aims to offer travelers unique experiences, including visits to remote areas such as Northern Quebec and the Forgotten Coast of Newfoundland. Additionally, Frontier Canada is launching social media campaigns highlighting Atlantic Canada and Ottawa.

Tailor-made tour operator Frontier Canada is launching an exciting array of 2024 itineraries in Newfoundland, Quebec, and Ontario. Currently running online, the specialist is also enticing travellers through social media campaigns exploring Atlantic Canada and the capital of Ottawa. From rugged coastlines and majestic mountains to cities full of surprises and remote outports that might soon be disappearing, the specialists’ new offerings promise to unlock the wonders of the Great White North.

Jeremy Timms, Managing Director of Frontier Canada, comments, “2024 is an exceptional year to book a trip to Canada, with peak Northern Lights viewing and the total solar eclipse elevating the country’s natural wonders to a whole new level.  Authentic journeys of discovery: our latest trips visit some of the more remote reaches of this fascinating nation, including Northern Quebec, which is home to the Inuit, and Newfoundland, the province’s Forgotten Coast dotted with tiny isolated communities. We’ve even located some hidden gems in Canada’s capital. From a miniature gallery to an Indigenous cultural agritourism farm, there’s something for everyone’s bucket list in Ottawa.”

With WestJet set to launch new direct flights of under six hours from London Gatwick to St. John’s, Newfoundland, in May, holidays exploring Canada’s Happy Province will be all the more tempting. The 11-night Newfoundland Circumnavigation Cruise—a new addition to the Frontier Canada collection for 2024—docks in Francois, a car-free remote outpost that is only accessible by boat or helicopter. Hiking through the surrounding hills will undoubtedly give travellers an appetite for the community kitchen parties, with drinks, dancing, and a chance to meet all of its 65 friendly locals, making this a memorable port of call. The Bonavista Peninsula, L’Anse Aux Meadows, Gros Morne National Park, Saint-Pierre and Miquelon—the last piece of French territory in North America—and the First Nations community of Miawpukek are additional highlights.

The perfect year to visit, 2024, also marks the 75th anniversary of Newfoundland joining Canada, the province once a British colony. Adventure Canada cruise from £8,495pp (two sharing) with Frontier Canada, including cruise accommodation, guided activities, all meals, port and park fees, and return flights. Departing June 16. Starts and ends in St. John’s.

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