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Norris Point Newfoundland Canada Cruise Port Guide

Location:

As cruise ships are not able to dock here you will be tendered ashore.

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Sightseeing:

There are numerous natural and man made attractions in and around the community of Norris Point. The most famous of these attractions being Gros Morne National Park of Canada located right next door. Gros Morne was designated a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage Site in 1987, is an area of great natural beauty with a rich variety of scenery, wildlife, and recreational activities.

Visitors can hike through wild, uninhabited mountains and camp by the sea. Various boat tours bring visitors through freshwater fjord carved out by glaciers. The Tablelands are a unique geological formation in Gros Morne National Park; they are visible across Bonne Bay from Norris Point. UNESCO's World Heritage Site designation acknowledges the Tablelands geological diversity and striking barren shapes.

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Shopping and Food

It's considered normal to tip 10-15% of a restaurant bill. Tips are also usually given to bell hops, concierges, room cleaners, cab drivers, hairdressers, hotel attendants and, by savvy drinkers, bar staff.

Currency:

Canadian dollar

You will find ATMs in many grocery stores, malls, airports and so on, and most are linked to the international networks, the most common being Cirrus, Plus, Star and Maestro. You can also grab cash from an ATM if you use a major credit card although this method tends to be more expensive because, in addition to a service fee, you'll be charged interest immediately.

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Communication:

In Canada the main languages are English 59.3%, French 23.2% (both official); other 17.5%. Quebec and New Brunswick being the most "French" The rest of the country is English speaking.

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